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WorldQuant is a private institutional investment management complex consisting of an international team of researchers, traders and technologists who constantly work toward even greater quantification and automation in the development of its trading processes. Continuously evolving for ever-greater efficiency enables us to trade today the way others will tomorrow.
With intellect, technology and effort, WorldQuant is creating the future of trading
At WorldQuant, we believe that in extreme quantification and automation lies our market advantage. Because of this belief, we strive daily to quantify our strategies ever more precisely and automate our systems ever more thoroughly, creating the trading methodologies of the future and employing them today.
WorldQuant's history dates back to 1995, when Igor Tulchinsky joined a major hedge fund. In 2007, WorldQuant spun off from the fund, while retaining close ties. Today, WorldQuant's staff is located in offices in Greenwich and New York; its China, India, Israel, Russia and Vietnam research affiliates maintain offices in Beijing, Mumbai, Tel Aviv, Moscow and Hanoi respectively; and a further expansion to Singapore, London, Shanghai and Bangkok is in the planning stages.
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No Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2014 – Reviewed Jun 29, 2014
Interview Details – The interview process had a decent flow to it and was fairly timely going from first interview progressing to the 3rd interview.
Very disappointed in the third interview due to the fact that the feedback that my recruiter provided to me was completely unrelated to anything that was covered… – Full Interview
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