Hedge Fund Job Openings: Sum Zero has an extensive job database, updated daily for new analyst positions at hedge funds

(Last Updated On: October 5, 2011)

Hedge Fund Job Openings: Sum Zero has an extensive job database, updated daily for new analyst positions at hedge funds

SumZero is the world’s largest community of buy-side analysts; consisting of over 5800 buyside analysts, and over 3500 full-length, peer-rated investment write-ups in SumZero’s database by other analysts in the community (recent write up- http://sumzero.com/postings/4613/guest_view).

Example of a recent job posted (full job description inside job database) “Sum Zero just received two roles for Buy Side Financials Analysts (one Jr and one Sr.) for funds in NYC.”

You can view SOME basic job descriptions from the database at the attached link below.

Needless to say the database is also an excellent place for networking.

Every well-known hf, mf, pe firm and bank, and asset manager is represented in the database.

Everything is 100% free.

4 min interview w/ CEO- http://www.bloomberg.com/video/69755854/

*If you or a friend are a hf/mf/pe/large asset manager (i.e. BlackRock, Putnam) or a bank prop-desk analyst/trader and want to join, email me:Jacob@sumzero.com w/ company name and role there for immediate access.* All job inquiries are treated with complete confidentiality.

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