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Any Investment bank developer here?

 
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Does anyone know about that? I saw some job description and it sounds like extremely difficult. Anyone has that kind of work experience? Thanks buddy!
 
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Me What do you wish to know?
 
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Tejas Prathamesh wrote:Me What do you wish to know?



how is life in I bank?
 
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Well, my comments might be naive because its not been long since I started working here.

1. Extensive usage and customization of latest technologies - not just Java related, but also others.

2. Structured IT team with dedicated groups supporting each department of business.

3. Well defined, often time consuming processes to be followed through out SDLC.

4. Multi cultural, multi location teams with IT working very closely with the business.


 
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Tejas Prathamesh wrote:Me What do you wish to know?


Hi , I have a question.
if I want to join a Investment Bank , what kind of knowledge do I need to study ?
i mean what kind of technology or do I need to study something related to finance ?
thanks.
 
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Finance knowledge would be good to have, but definitely not a pre-requisite. You can gain that on the job. The technical skills required, depend on the job profile being advertised. Like any IT department, Investment banks need people to do requirement gathering & analysis, designing, programming, administration, testing and management.
 
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Do they do development themselves or outsource development projects and do maintenance with their IT team?
 
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Tejas Prathamesh wrote:Finance knowledge would be good to have, but definitely not a pre-requisite. You can gain that on the job. The technical skills required, depend on the job profile being advertised. Like any IT department, Investment banks need people to do requirement gathering & analysis, designing, programming, administration, testing and management.



Cool. What kind of Java skill level would be expected for I bank entry level developer job?
 
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