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30+ days ago

EJECUTIVO (A) DE CUENTA - ZONA SUR DEL DF Y

Banamex Mexico

Presentarse de lunes a viernes de 9:00 a 13:00 hrs., en Avenida Juarez 84, esquina con… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

EJECUTIVO (A) DE CUENTA - ZONA SUR ORIENTE - Reclutamiento Especial miercoles 6

Banamex Mexico

•Zonas a elegir para laborar. Zonas a elegir para laborar: Coyoacán, Benito Juarez, Mixcoac, Felix Cuevas, Del Valle, Insurgentes sur… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Ejecutivo de servicios financieros

Grupo Financiero Banamex Acapulco, GRO +3 locations

REQUISITOS:Escolaridad: Licenciatura Trunca o Bachillerato concluido con certificado Mayor de edad Estado civil: Indistinto Sexo: indistinto… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Ejecutivo de Cuenta Sr/San Angel/ Ale

banamex Mexico

Conocimiento de crédito y análisis financiero en un nivel intermedio. ?Cartera de clientes. Competencias Básicas: ?Orientado a resultados… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

EJECUTIVO (A) COMODIN - ZONA SUR DF Y ZONA

Banamex Mexico

Zonas a elegir para laborar: Balbuena, Portales, Benito Juarez, Patriotismo, Roma, Alvaro Obregon, Pedregal, San Angel, Miguel Angel de Quevedo… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Gerente de Producto Captación Vista

banamex Mexico

Capacidad de análisisGenerador de ideas Análisis y diseño de procesos (diagramas de flujo) Facilidad de negociación con otras áreas Manejo… Glassdoor


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    Great until the consent order. Mayhem began along with harassment.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Century City, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Century City, CA

    I worked at Banamex full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    When originally hired on, the environment was interesting; meaning, their was a chance to vibe and tensions were not so high. I was able to interview, and once hired on, I took the initiative to learn everything i could about the financial industry. Reading, asking and involving myself with other departments. Inquiring about databases used, thus giving me the advantage of working efficiently granting me the time to continue my personal education.
    The banks clientele base is from Mexico for the vast part of it, therefore there was that phenomenal hispanic cultural ambience (which nevertheless sometimes had its drawbacks) but overall gave some flavor to the environment, not too bland, at least in most of the banks departments.

    Cons

    Before the consent order

    Times were still hard. Problems with other coworkers would not get addressed properly, regardless of how much you would make a complaint. Some managers lacked the "cajones" to want to address such situations, or even sometimes work. Dominos took up a great part of those individuals agendas, therefore i could see why important matters could be forgotten.

    The departments were atrociously set up, all different types of people did roles that did not pertain to them, nor should it due to conflict of interest in a compliance manner.

    I was fortunate to get promoted throughout my time there, but that is simply because i worked extra extra hard, and somehow made sure they had no reason to deny me a position that i could attain. However, others were not so fortunate. Their was definite favoritism amongst colleagues in other departments, and people who had zero brains, were randomly getting promoted to a managerial role. People who didn't know what their role entailed, and would call other departments and ask them how to do their job. Never understood this, but c'est la vie.

    After the Consent order

    Bank overtaken by an army of Citigroup VPs needing to clean up shop, and rebuild damaged goods. These people were a different beast of ugly.

    Short and sweet: definitely a new air was breathed, at first it seemed safe, then as more and more came, lets just say HR turned the cheek, and others brushed their harassing ways under the rug, and nothing was done. Thought it was a great chance for the bank to get back on its feet, soon after i regretted even saying that aloud.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop harassing people, get rid of the new AVP people who are evil and rotten. Lawsuits are a possibility, if that continues.

    Doesn't Recommend
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