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Thomas A. Fleming
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    The worst decision of my life........

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    Former Employee - Not Willing to Disclose in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Not Willing to Disclose in New York, NY

    I worked at Dealogic full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    The only benefit to working for this firm is that there is a last day on the job......

    Cons

    This is an organization that has been "outed" by the market for selling the same content but with a different wrapper and expecting its clients to pay significantly more for the privilege. Really?
    I've witnessed first hand the strategic decision making process based on the simple criteria of whether it will "enrage the CEO". The too often asked question, "Do you think the CEO took his meds today?" is actually something that is seriously considered when evaluating commerical decisions.

    Too often, I witnessed or was on the receiving end of profanity laced tirades unleashed by the CEO of this firm for rather mundane offenses. A rather unique motivating technique, but the obvious result permeates the organization's culture and reveals itself in the ever constant turnover. The second in command at this organization doesn't offer any alternative and frankly is now discounted by the market as an "empty suit". The same song and dance routine executed for years to key market players is now seen for what it is - all show and no substance.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The recent sale to private equity can only be seen as an opportunity to replace key senior managers and the CEO to reinvigorate the business. Shouting, screaming and belittling is not workable strategy - the sooner the new owners can press the "eject" button under the seats of the CEO and MD, the sooner they can actually affect positive change in this organization.

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