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quant consulting

 
#1 quant consulting
10/01/2013 14:34

blablablabla

Hi,

Does anyone know of firms that do quant consulting in London? I've found d-fine (not sure how big they are in London...), but there doesn't seem much else. Anyone got any ideas/inside knowledge?

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#2 RE: quant consulting
10/01/2013 17:08

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to blablablabla (#1)

Surely all quant work is done in-house?

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#3 RE: quant consulting
10/01/2013 17:30

marsday to blablablabla (#1)

EY has a quant team in Risk Advisory

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#4 RE: quant consulting
11/01/2013 16:24

Mr Cool to blablablabla (#1)

Detica, SAS, experian, FICO, jay wing....all these firms employ quants and stats people, though they mainly do retail banking risk work, not IB quants.

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#5 RE: quant consulting
11/01/2013 16:25

Mr Cool to Mr Cool (#4)

Possibly also Oliver Wyman? Not sure how hands on hey get?

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#6 RE: quant consulting
13/01/2013 09:45

rhd01 to Mr Cool (#5)

EY and OW definitely not. Most are contractors, take a look at confluentia (hope spelling is correct), currently working with them

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#7 RE: quant consulting
05/12/2013 13:20

vana salah to rhd01 (#6)

EY and OW definitely not. Most are contractors, take a look at confluentia (hope spelling is correct), currently working with them

fine, thx for clarifying.

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#8 RE: quant consulting
05/12/2013 15:18

rc to vana salah (#7)

if you are a decent quant, there is little point joining a consultancy - join a bank or go contracting. i worked with a contract credit modeller last year who had been picking up 3000 a day for 18 months at the same bank (and one not known for its high rates - his day rate was slightly more than the Deloitte partner was billing).

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