StashAway is the faster way to reach your financial goals. As a digital wealth management platform, we design personalised portfolios and monthly investment plans based on your unique characteristics, and manage your portfolio with highly advanced investment strategies.
The company was founded in Singapore in 2016 with the ambition of expanding to other fast-growing Asia Pacific markets since 2018.
StashAway is led by its three founders, Michele Ferrario, former CEO of ZALORA Group; Freddy Lim, former Global Head of Derivatives Strategy of Nomura; and Nino Ulsamer, founder of several technology companies around the world.
We are currently expanding and looking for an exceptional and motivated Full Stack Engineer with a background in investments/finance/mathematics. You will work on our Economic Regime-based Asset Allocation (ERAA) framework, automating the investment decision process, maintain our financial computation engine and related microservices.
You will need to leverage the entire technology stack to realise these goals and will be part of a team that is constantly tackling difficult questions of scale, architecture, and interaction. Your contribution to a dynamic Technology team allows you to be exposed to a variety of concepts and technologies. You will enjoy being able to have a direct impact on StashAway's investment framework, and the development of features to support our products.
We strive to keep most of the services simple and robust so they are easy to develop, test and maintain allowing us to iterate quickly and productively. Do check out StashAway's Engineering blog to learn more about the technology we use, the challenges we face, and the solutions we deliver!
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