Frequent Questions We’re Asked


What is an Options Market Maker?

Options market making involves sending a two-sided quote to the market; i.e. a price which you are willing to buy at and a price you are willing to sell at. Options market makers typically “make” quotes on many or all of the different option strikes and maturities listed on an underlying security.

What is prop trading?

Prop (Proprietary) trading refers to trading without customers. All positions are held by the company, and all profits or losses from these positions and trades accrue internally.

Is Eclipse a hedge fund?

Eclipse is not a hedge fund. We have no investors and we trade using our own capital.

Does Eclipse offer internships?

Yes, we currently have a one-month Summer Trading Internship based in our Hong Kong office.  You must have Hong Kong working rights to apply. Further details can be found here.

Can I apply if I am not currently living in Hong Kong?

Career opportunities are available in our offices in Hong Kong, Sydney and Shanghai. Many of our employees are from diverse backgrounds and we are proud of our international culture. We encourage applications from outside Hong Kong and will apply for a working visa if necessary for successful applicants. We also welcome international students looking to return home after completion of their studies.

What is the culture at Eclipse?

We are proud to have an informal, dynamic and collaborative culture. At Eclipse, we value input from all of our staff – everyone has something to contribute, regardless of their background, skill set or experience.

We are also driven to improve and set new, higher standards for ourselves and the industry, every day.

If I fail the interview process can I reapply?

Unfortunately, no. We only allow applicants to take part in the interview process once.

What can I expect working for Eclipse?

Lots of solving problems, team work, collaboration and sharing of ideas. Every day is different, you will learn a lot in a small space of time and be rewarded for hard work.

Do you have more questions?

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