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High-Paying Opportunities In Trading

In today’s podcast, we’re diving deep into the world of hedge fund internships, particularly the ones offered by Steve Cohen’s Hedge Fund, Point72. These aren’t your average internships. The are very high paying opportunities for smart students.
(Last Updated On: March 20, 2024)

Welcome back, everyone. This is Brian from quantlabs.net. In today’s podcast, we’re diving deep into the world of hedge fund internships, particularly the ones offered by Steve Cohen’s Hedge Fund, Point72. These aren’t your average internships. The are very high paying opportunities for smart students. According to an article from efinancialcareers.com, the Quibus Systematic Strategies team at Point72 is paying Quant interns a whopping $25,000 per month.

 

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This might sound out of the ordinary, but from my experience working with the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPBIB), I can confirm that top-tier organizations are willing to pay top dollar for talented interns. CPBIB, regarded as a prestigious firm in Canada, was known to pay University of Waterloo interns quite generously.

But coming back to Point72, it’s not just about the money. Their internships are also tremendous opportunities for career advancement and learning cutting-edge technologies. The K-E-P-L team specializing in trading medium-frequency statistical arbitrage strategies is particularly interesting, promising lucrative careers meriting competitive pay.

In 2020, their Quantitative Research Internship exclusively for PhD candidates offered a base salary between $250,000 and $300,000. This is just the base pay, not including bonuses which can catapult some interns into the million-dollar earning bracket. The bar had been set high last year when a quant teacher was offered a $300,000 case.

If you’re vying for a top spot in these hedge fund internships, understanding Python, C, or C++, among other languages, is essential. These opportunities aren’t just limited to PhD candidates. Undergrad student positions are also available, promising a minimum salary of $240,000.

Interested in such quant internships or want to share your thoughts? Visit my substack to engage in insightful discussions or check out the quantlabs.net/books to get your hands on some useful trading tech books. Thanks for tuning in!

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