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G-Research Coding Challenge 2016

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G-Research is a well-established and rapidly growing firm with a leading platform for developing quantitative research and systematic investment ideas. We have created a community designed to inspire the best minds in the world to tackle the toughest intellectual challenges and deliver the best work of their careers. Our platforms and technologies are constantly evolving to meet the real-world scenarios we throw at them and we are seeking world-class software engineers to join us as interns and graduates.

Can your code beat the markets?

Test your coding skills and systematic investment ideas on our simulated stock exchange and win a £50 Amazon voucher for each member of your team.

Which team will turn the largest profit?

Here’s a great chance to test your problem solving and coding skills, and to see what it’s like to work in a dynamic, innovative environment on the cutting edge of finance and technology. Teams of three or four students will have one hour to devise and code their investment ideas to run on our simulated exchange.

Final strategies will be run through the exchange and will compete against other teams. Pizza and drinks afterwards, plus opportunities to network with current staff to find out more about life at G-Research.

To register please either enter individually (any individual entries will be allocated into teams on the day) or in a team by sending names to

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