11501 Alterra Parkway
Austin, Texas 78758
United States of America
Phone: (512) 963 -1377
Austin is where Optiver’s big ambitions in machine learning, research infrastructure and big data computing are being realised
With major tech companies calling Austin home, the city is a natural complement to Optiver’s Chicago office, and a fitting location from which to pursue new and exciting opportunities in the US market. Located in “The Domain” neighborhood, Optiver Austin focuses on quantitative research, engineering initiatives and cutting-edge technology. Since 2021, the newly-christened “Silicon Hills” has also served as the location for our Delta-One trading team, which focuses on machine learning-based algorithmic trading.
Optiver Austin serves as a key location for quantitative research and engineering innovation. It’s a hub for our US Delta One trading team and global engineering efforts, focused on running machine learning-based trading strategies, to keep our systems agile and optimised.
“The US is projected to become one of our largest growth markets in coming years. Technical innovation, higher trading volumes, new asset classes and increased activity in single-stock equity options will all play a role. With Austin joining our long-established Chicago location, Optiver is in a position to accelerate our ambitious US growth plans.”
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What Optiverians love most about
working in Austin
Great weather that encourages hiking, boating and spending time outdoors.
Small-town Texas feel in a vibrant, big-city atmosphere.
A world-class music scene (known as the “Live Music Capital of the World”).
The Austin experience
Once known as Texas’ best-kept secret, Austin has historically been celebrated for excellent weather, vibrant arts and music culture, and a world-class university. Secret no more, Austin’s population has exploded in recent years and the city now houses some of the largest technology campuses in the world.
Our global offices trade around the clock
We work across 7 different time zones to help keep financial markets ticking.