Franklin Templeton seeks Bitcoin trading and crypto research experts

Franklin Templeton is the latest investment company to launch a cryptocurrency recruitment boom by issuing new job applications looking for crypto professionals.

This U.S. asset management company is looking for two mid- to senior experts to lead its cryptocurrency trading with Research According to the LinkedIn recruitment information released on September 1.

Franklin Templeton’s new cryptocurrency position is for professionals to work on “the largest, most liquid and tradable crypto asset”, including Bitcoin (Bitcoin) And ether (Ethereum).

The company’s crypto research analysts will be responsible for creating and maintaining valuation models, and letting portfolio managers and senior managers understand relevant business opportunities, regulations, and technologies such as staking. The analyst is expected to help Franklin Templeton develop and manage new products in the crypto industry.

The trader position is looking for an expert to execute Franklin Templeton’s cryptocurrency transactions, who will be responsible for timely execution of portfolio rebalancing and supporting workflows involving reconciliation and settlement. “Quantitative traders will also bring a process automation mindset to build or work with developers to build tools that support the growth of the platform,” the application wrote.

Franklin Templeton manages more than $1.4 trillion in assets and is one of the world’s largest independent asset management companies, providing multiple professionally managed mutual funds. In recent years, the company has been committed to participating in the adoption of blockchain and cryptocurrency industries.

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In 2019, Franklin Templeton Led a round of financing for proof of impact, A natural and social capital market based on blockchain.Earlier, Franklin Templeton Investments submitted a prospectus to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, requesting National money market fund focused on blockchain-based stocks.