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6 days ago

Index Relationship Mgr./Sales - Asset Owners & Consultants

MSCI San Francisco, CA

MSCI Sales Specialists are responsible for maintaining existing client relationships as well as new business development for all MSCI products. Each… eFinancialCareers

5 days ago

Hedge Funds Associate

MSCI, Inc. New York, NY

MSCI, Inc. seeks Associate, Hedge Funds, in New York, New York to collect hedge fund monthly data feed from fund administrator and… Glassdoor

18 hrs ago

Applied Research Senior Associate – new

MSCI, Inc. Mumbai

Applied research senior associate - Applied Research is a client centric research group with a broad mandate to write and speak… Glassdoor

5 days ago

ESG Ratings Associate

MSCI, Inc. Manila

The candidate, once selected, will be part of the ESG Ratings team that covers more than 5000 global companies rating and analyzing them for their… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Senior Business Analyst - Corporate Applications

MSCI, Inc. New York, NY

The Corporate Applications Business Analyst team plays a critical role in the sales, sales operations, product delivery and financial reporting of… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Operations Center Engineer / Administrator

MSCI, Inc. Norman, OK

• Monitoring & management of alerts, events via relevant monitoring & ticketing tools • Batch job monitoring • Monitor and escalate any issues… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Market Data Intern

MSCI, Inc. Monterrey

Being a member of a highly skilled and motivated team of analysts that solves complex problems regarding all aspects of market data production… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Real Estate Performance Analyst

MSCI, Inc. Mumbai

Real Estate Performance Analyst is associated with the IPD suite of Real Estate Investment Products. The job involves working with… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Client Intelligence

MSCI, Inc. Mumbai

• Analyze internal and external sources of industry and client information (CRM database, finance reports, funds database, analyst reports, client… Glassdoor

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MSCI President, CEO, and Director Henry A. Fernandez
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Berkeley, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Berkeley, CA

    I have been working at MSCI full-time


    Used to be collegial and respectful. Maybe it's going back to that in some areas but not very consistent. Pay ok but not very competitive.


    Terrible team dynamics. A lot of jungle like extreme guarding, in largely aloof settings. Loads of long-term secrecy and targeting. Even king and queen-bee designates thoughout the offices. Often hard to just do a consistent meeting. Groups can be challenging to keep. software development scattered for a mostly software firm. Culture clashes and downright tyrannical upper management. Career Paths can be nebulous at best, unless one is responsible for controlling unit budget. This means if your work can be out-soourced or held to minimum wage gain, it will be. The managers, no matter how competent, are encouraged and even rewarded to do that. And in strange ways over years. So it's not surprising that the labor force very troubled. And not supported very much. Meetings are mostly for going through the motions. With often uninformed members who just stay around for the next party. Nothing wrong with socializing for team building, but we can do a lot more work. Even basic office processes create tension, with a kind of lazy, moody Facilities direction. Newer groups, like some of clients from recently acquired firms, can easily get just bewildered by a lack of professionalism. Dialogues absolutely not two way streets.

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    Keep trying for more definition and clearer goals. With measurable results. This can probably best be done by spending more time with not just the protected officers but employees at large. Find the truly motivated and stable senior AND junior staff.

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