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    Analysts Should Avoid This Firm

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    Current Employee - Senior Analyst in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Senior Analyst in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Driehaus Capital Management full-time (more than 5 years)


    Most people are nice and friendly. Hours are flexible but be prepared to put your time in.


    Turnover of equity analysts is extremely high. On average the firm lets 20% of analysts go within three years. Portfolio managers are given a free-pass and equity analysts are frequently blamed for performance relating to poor portfolio decision making. Strategies have under performed by 300-400 basis points annually for the past five years. Equity AUM is in precipitous decline as a result of the under performance.

    Management is not afraid to let people go at moments notice. And they force you to sign a contract indemnifying them from all wrong doing upon termination by threatening to have your bonuses being clawed back. Hard to see dedicated colleagues go, firm has let at least 4 equity analysts go in past twelve months including a junior analyst only days after he pulled out a mortgage. That's how cut throat this firm is.

    O and did I mention the CEO is a crook and was fired from Bank of America for lack of integrity in 2003.

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    You have a culture problem Richard Driehaus. Save your firm before it goes extinct!

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