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As part of this year’s FinTECHTalents festival, Trade Ledger, the corporate banking platform, launched a Code Challenge competition aimed at attracting exciting new talent for permanent positions within their UK Innovation Lab.
Winners will be sent to work in Sydney, Australia to train with Trade Ledger development team.
Skills such as Java, Spring Boot, Groovy, Grails, React, Rest APIs, MongoDB or AWS infrastructure are highly appreciated. But at the end of the day, a passion for coding and a willingness to learn new skills is a priority. The winner will work with some of the hottest technologies out there: microservices, AI, chatbots, machine learning or blockchain and use tools that solve problems and deliver outcomes.
Trade Ledger was looking for people with a passion for development and demonstrable coding skills. However, this fintech scale up wasn’t just looking for rockstar developers or genius coders. This challenge is for people who marry their technical skills with a curious mind and are able to dive deep and collaborate effectively with people from different backgrounds and with diverse perspectives. Trade Ledger was looking to recruit people with potential, not a box to be ticked.
Details & instructions about the code challenge will be sent out in the next few of weeks.
Winners will be sent to work in Sydney, Australia to train with Trade Ledger development team and be interviewed for permanent positions within the UK Innovation Lab.
Recently named fintech start-up of the year in Australia, Trade Ledger is the world’s first Corporate Open Banking Platform, helping banks, lenders and financial services organisations to fast-track economic growth through digital ecommerce. Delivered as Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), the platform transforms digital data from business supply chains in real time.
Trade Ledger provides you with a divergent innovation layer within your corporate business; helping you to comply with new regulatory requirements; embrace the monetisation of open data; adopt new business models and generate new revenue streams.