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30+ days ago

Financial Advisor

Fulton Financial Corporation Madison, NJ

*Required Qualifications* Requires 3-5 years in securities industry Series 7 and 63 licenses or 65/66 series Extensive background in financial… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Financial Advisor

Fulton Financial Corporation Virginia Beach, VA

*Required Qualifications* Requires 3-5 years in securities industry Series 7 and 63 licenses or 65/66 series Extensive background in financial… Beyond.com


23 days ago

Financial and Credit Risk Analyst

Fulton Financial Corporation Lancaster, PA

/Duties* 1. Assist in the development and implementation of the Banks credit risk, stress testing, and capital planning models. 2. Maintain and… Beyond.com


14 hrs ago

Financial Advisor – new

Fulton Financial Morris, NJ

Required Qualifications Requires 3-5 years in securities industry Series 7 and 63 licenses or 65/66 series Extensive background in financial planning… Glassdoor


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Fulton Financial Chairman, President, and CEO R. Scott Smith Jr.
R. Scott Smith Jr.
8 Ratings
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    Don't Work Here!!!!!!!

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    Former Employee - Operations
    Former Employee - Operations

    I worked at Fulton Financial full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    You gain experience in different aspects of banking

    Cons

    If you have a complaint there, there are no resolutions. Every complaint is brushed under the table by Management and Human Resources. This company cares nothing for their employees. The compensation that you receive is said to be competitive, but trust me it is not. I was an employee for several years and I was good at my job yet every year on my review they scored me low so they did not have to give a raise. I am not the only one this happened to. I was told to lie to customers. If you want to believe in the company you work for don't work for Fulton!!!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Train Upper Management and Human Resources to handle complaints by Employees. Care about the people that work for you and they will intern work hard for you. Don't lie and cheat customers because honestly I would never bank at any of your banks and I will tell everyone and every customer everything I know about this company. If you compensate your employees fairly your so called "lean" process will improve because your employees will know they are valued.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO