Java development engineer | Paris-­London

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Java development engineer | Paris-­London

Cap Fi Ltd is the British division of Cap Fi Group, an IT consulting firm specialising in Market Finance, Retail Banking, and Insurance since 2005. With more than 220 consultants, we guide the largest investment, asset management banks and insurance companies in Paris and London through all stages of a project.

Position: The software is used in post­trade between front office & and risk in equities and derivatives trading. The application calculates P&L, market risks (sensitivities), VaR, CVA trading, CSA and FVA. You contribute to functional and technical project design in Agile mode, TDD, and seamless integration. Technical environment:

  • Java, Weblogic, Guava, Gigaspace (distributed cache), Symphony (grid), J2EE, EJB, GIT, MAVEN, JENKINS, C++ (for pricing)
  • Oracle 10G (migration to 11G in 2013)
  • SUN Sparc (migration to x86 in 2013) 2013


  • Replacement of Gigaspaces with Guava
  • Grid: increase in the number of processing engines (from 20,000 cores in 2012 to 30,000 in 2013). As part of an IT team working on a major bank's front office applications, you will in particular help to develop new capabilities and new products.

Position available in Paris and London.

Profile: With five years of university education, you also have at least one year of significant initial experience in Java development, ideally in the financial sector (not mandatory). Thanks to your expertise in Java and standard open source tools (ECLIPSE, MAVEN, WEBLOGIC, etc.), you will be a respected source of proposals to the various technical participants in the project. In addition to your technical skills, you demonstrate clear forward­planning abilities, an organised approach, and excellent interpersonal skills, which enable you to provide each client with quality solutions that are suited to their requirements.

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