DRW has been named a Top 100 Digital Technology Company in Chicago for the third year running. This list ranks Chicago t ech employers based on local employee headcount. DRW was 37th on the list, with 475 local employees.
When DRW, a global principal trading firm based in Chicago, came to recruit at Carnegie Mellon University, the recruiting team included a familiar face.
It’s that time of year again – the university recruiting season kicks off this week at DRW. We’re headed to 21 schools around the world to find traders, developers and quantitative researchers who are excited for a career in the financial markets. On many of these campuses we’re hosting information sessions — informal presentations where you’ll hear from DRW employees about their experience, their role and the markets more broadly. Want to know what to expect at one of these sessions? Read on for a few tips from our university talent acquisition team.
Everyone is back at school, and that means our favorite time of year is upon us – campus recruiting season. Starting this week our university talent acquisition team is visiting campuses around the world to meet the next bright minds of DRW.
We are excited to welcome Adam Garner to DRW as Global Head of Fixed Income Options.
I’ve had many days at DRW – I’ve been here for over 15 years – and no two days are the same. I remember how uncomfortable I felt on my first day. I had a lot ahead of me – not only learning how to trade, but also navigating my first professional experience out of college. It was daunting, but I figured my only choice was to give it my all.
Patricia Levy is the first to admit that her career moves were not planned, not exactly.
DRW hits the 25-year milestone in 2017. What started as Don Wilson trading in the Eurodollar options pit at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has evolved into much more than a trading firm. And there have been countless employees over these 25 years who helped make this happen - throughout the summer, we’ll share stories from a few of them.