Summer intern as Quant Analyst

Would you like a summer internship for 6-8 weeks in a pioneering, knowledge-based shipping company that always challenges status quo?

We are now seeking a Quant Analyst – Summer intern to our Research department in Oslo.  As a Quant Analyst – Summer intern, you will help in developing quantitative models for fundamental analysis of the Drybulk freight market.

Responsibilities and Tasks:

  • Conduct statistical analysis of different types of data to reveal patterns that would impact the forecasts made by the research department.
  • Devise and evaluate mathematical models that can be used to draw inference about the shipping market.
  • Contribute with models that are built on thorough analysis of futures prices and fundamental data.

Desired Skills:

  • Insight in quantitative modelling and how to communicate the ideas behind the models.
  • Experience in employing mathematical methods to draw inference from various types of data.
  • Knowledge of time series analysis, regression models, statistical inference.
  • Keen to gain practical experience in how to develop models utilized in a real-world business environment.
  • Experience with R, Python, C++ or in a similar programming language.
  • Some knowledge of stochastic calculus is desirable but not necessary.

Qualifications and experience:

  • 3rd or 4th year student in mathematics, statistics or a similar degree

We offer:

  • A great opportunity to practise your knowledge together with experienced professionals in a company with high activity and great ambitions for the future.
  • An internship for 6-8 weeks in modern offices at Vækerø in Oslo.

If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact
Quant Analyst, Kristoffer Hovland Berg, phone +47 2252 6159/+47 413 33 909 or
Head of Research, Peter Lindström, phone +47 2252 6057/+47 901 05 496.

Application for the position, your CV and latest degrees to be sent as soon as possible to marked “Quant Analyst – Summer intern”.


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