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I worked at Dealogic full-time for more than a yearPros
Big kitchen, free fruit in office once a week, holiday pay, financial district locationCons
Work life balance is terrible if you work in the ICM, institutional client management group. Managers don't help much in this regard. They're looking to use you for their performance bonus as a senior relationship associate. Managers themselves aren't knowledgeable about the basics of the group's products after being at the company for nearly 2 years! But expect you to be experts in 3 weeks literally! Many managers here spend most of their work hours browsing the net and making personal calls, taking 1.5 to 2 hour lunches with friends. Stay away from this group.
Products are faulty and not something to be proud of. Pay is low around $40k only. It's low compared to what you can get at competitors like IPREO, Standard and Poors, Factset, BD vision, Bloomberg and Reuters. The amount of demands management puts on you isn't fairly compensated in the salaries and there are NO bonuses here, compared to other firms that offer quarterly bonuses.
No one moves from their desks until 6pm, AND if you're lucky you'll get out by then. If you leave before 6pm, you're looked down on. The products have MANY glitches and errors every single week, and clients are NOT at all happy clients to work with therefore. You'll spend most hours hearing clients being rude to you on the phone or email. Some colleagues here are nice and decent people, but others are very unprofessional and DRAMATIC unnecessarily.
All in all, best to look elsewhere as many better opportunities are lie elsewhere. I moved on after several months of horrible work life balance here and unfair and aggressively opportunistic but lazy managers in the ICM group.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Don't be lazy. spend your work time working and not using people on your team to prop up your own salaries. LEARN THE PRODUCTS.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO