Model integration consultant H/F

Ref : JRQ$-24541



Job description

Murex is a recognized global leader in software development for the financial markets industry (trading, risk management and processing). Every day banks, asset managers, corporations and utilities, across the world, rely on Murex people and Murex solutions to support their capital markets activities. Our motto “pioneering again” sums it all up: since its creation, Murex has reinvented itself time and again to adapt to capital markets revolutions – each time offering innovative software solutions to the industry.


Over 2300 specialists are located around the world in the Americas (New York, Toronto, Sao Paulo, Santiago), EMEA (Paris, Luxembourg, Moscow, Dublin, London, Beirut, Dubai) and APAC (Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Sydney, Tokyo).

Context :


Flex team is in charge of MX platform openness with respect to exotic financial product pricing and risk calculations, as well as market data calibration. In coordination with Front Office product experts and developers, Flex team supports clients’ IT-Quants teams willing to interface their models with MX.3 software, driven by specifications coming from traders and sales.




You’ll be working closely with our most prestigious clients’ IT-Quants teams as well as Murex Front Office experts and developers, in an environment mixing cutting-edge finance and technology. Along the different missions you will face a variety of exotic products and pricing models across all asset-classes. Your missions involve:


  • On-site and tailored trainings to new clients on the Flex model integration API.
  • Daily support of clients integrating their own model in MX.3 platform (implementation phase).
  • Provide expertise in coordination with Murex product teams to ensure the best possible design and cleanest integration.
  • Daily support of clients already on production but facing issues (maintenance phase).
  • Follow-up of specific workshops aiming at improving performance by optimizing the code, adding parallelization of computations.

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