BE/B.Tech Fresher’s required for the position Associate-Java Developer in Morgan Stanley at Mumbai. Interested and eligible candidates who have strong skill sets on desired profile can apply online for the requirement with the link given below. Find the job description, eligibility criteria, exact venue and interview details for more information. Morgan Stanley Hiring BE/B.Tech freshers 2015 for Associate-Java Developer at Mumbai. Candidates who have completed BE/B.Tech can apply for this job from Morgan Stanley.
Company Name: Morgan Stanley
Job Post Name: Associate-Java Developer
Job Location: Mumbai
Total No of Vacancy: NA
Core development areas will cover key enhancements to MSPM engine as well as WM Operations Tools.
In addition, resource will be working on WM EXception Management tool and AAR Asset Aggregaton Reporting solution and support of Financial Advisor Monitor Reporting.
For institutional clients focus will be on enhancing platform to support advanced analytics reporting, investment into system response time improvements and stability, delivery of customized calculations as per client demand, etc.
Resource will be engage with development on Strategic Performance Reporting initiative focusing on support of Wealth Management and Institutional clients.
Candidate should possess B.E/B.Tech from recognized University or Institution.
Strong Java skills as well as good understanding of databases.
1. Aptitude Test
2. Technical and HR Interview
Document Required (Original and Photocopies):
1. SSC Marksheet
2. HSC/Diploma Marksheet
3. Graduation & Post Graduation all years’ mark sheets
4. Photo ID proof (Pan Card/ Passport / Driving License / College ID)
5. 2 photographs
Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) is an American multinational financial services corporation headquartered in the Morgan Stanley Building, Midtown Manhattan, New York City.Morgan Stanley operates in 42 countries and has more than 1300 offices and 60,000 employees. The corporation, formed by J.P. Morgan & Co. partners Henry S. Morgan (grandson of J.P. Morgan), Harold Stanley and others, came into existence on September 16, 1935, in response to the Glass-Steagall Act that required the splitting of commercial and investment banking businesses
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