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Administrative Assistant

Credit Suisse San Francisco, CA

n Travel arranging Must arrange and facilitate extensive domestic, international, and multi-destination travel including flights, hotels, and cars in… Credit Suisse

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Private Banking Relationship Associate Mandarin Speaking

Credit Suisse San Francisco, CA

• Support PB Sales force and their business objectives • Resolve client inquiries regarding securities quotes, account balances, activity, and… Credit Suisse

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Credit Suisse CEO, Credit Suisse Group and Credit Suisse Brady W. Dougan
Brady W. Dougan
659 Ratings
  • Good training can't overcome the selfish nature of this business

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    Former Employee - Relationship Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Relationship Manager in San Francisco, CA
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    I worked at Credit Suisse full-time (More than a year)


    Strong belief in training - the firm sends its MBA private banking associates to Zurich for three weeks and then to New York for six weeks to get acclimated to the firm's culture, products, and people Stellar reputation for private banking - no one does it better than the Swiss (some tax issues, not withstanding)


    No loyalty to employees - this is not new to anyone and is standard across the industry, but they unceremoniously fired the managing director in 2012 who had been there for years. No collaboration between colleagues - not only a dog-eat-dog culture but colleagues were known to attempt sabotaging peers to get better leads or clients. Private bankers don't care about incoming MBA's or relationship managers - again not unique to CS but common to all private wealth management, but there really is no incentive for any established RM's to help people

    Advice to Management

    Take your training program more seriously if you want to grow your own talent. Give senior bankers incentives to take on new team members. Otherwise abandon the program and spend the money on poaching teams from other companies

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