Swedish asset manager recruits four quantitative researchers

Swedish asset management company Lynx has hired four quantitative researchers with experience in hedge funds, software development and banking.

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Lynx Asset Management has added four new profiles to its pool of quantitative researchers. The quantitative asset management company now has 80 employees in its offices in Stockholm and New York, and more than half of them work with research and development.

According a statement from the company on Linkedin, the four profiles have backgrounds in hedge funds, software development companies and the central bank of Sweden. Their academic merits span from Ph.D. in numerical analysis and finance and Msc. in physics and software engineering.

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