React Developer - Asset Management Technology - Competitive base

Kite Human Capital
London, United Kingdom
17 Jan 2023
31 Jan 2023
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
React Developer | Investment Banking | Permanent |Competitive + Bonus and Benefits

React Developer wanted by my client, a giant in the Investment Banking industry. This is a permanent role.

You will be joining the Investment Technology team, working on a 3-5 year transformation journey, re-platforming Asset Management technologies - Migrating, rebuilding, refactoring (and eventually decommissioning) multiple applications.

There are currently C# .Net applications that will be rebuilt as React, Web-based front-end applications with real time messaging using Kafka.

You will be supported by UX Designers and will be trusted to lead, contribute and architect the design and development projects. You will be building critical and robust user interfaces with complex data / portfolio management & multi asset trading platform applications used by multiple and demanding stakeholders.

Key Requirements:
  • React with Typescript / JavaScript
  • State Management / Data Visualisation
  • CSS / HTML5


React Developer | Investment Banking | Permanent |Competitive + Bonus and Benefits

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