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22 days ago

Portfolio Risk Management Intern

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development London, England +2 locations

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is welcoming applications for two internships within the Portfolio Risk Management… Adzuna


13 days ago

Gender Specialist

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development London, England +2 locations

The EBRD is committed by its founding charter to promote environmentally sound and sustainable development in all its activities, recognising that… Adzuna


20 hrs ago

Results Analyst – new

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development London, England +2 locations

The Results Analyst is responsible for supporting transition impact related results management work with analytical input on transition performance… Adzuna


30+ days ago

Director, ICA, SEMED

EBRD London, England

The ICA SEMED sector team is part of the Industry, Commerce & Agribusiness Business Group, composed of a number of teams and transacts business… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Advisor, Technical Cooperation

EBRD London, England

The Senior Advisor is responsible for handling the most complicated, innovative and high profile Technical Cooperation (TC) projects and programmes… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Analyst, Agribusiness - 60008461-2

EBRD London, England

An Analyst is sought to work in the EBRD HQ office in London as part of the Agribusiness Team. The EBRD Agribusiness team has more than 15 years of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Water Efficiency Engineer/Principal Engineer

EBRD London, England

The Engineer/Principal Engineer will be competent in undertaking all tasks related to, and understands all aspects of project development and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Civil Society Manager - 60006505-3

EBRD London, England

The Manager is responsible for facilitating engagement with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and other civil society stakeholders and acts as a… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Benefits Manager - 50011101-1

EBRD London, England

and Deliverables Provision of Professional Expertise to the Bank Ensure full understanding… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Adviser, Donor Visibility

EBRD London, England

and Deliverables Identify opportunities for highlighting donor-funded investments and activities, thus promoting EBRD-donor partnerships… Glassdoor


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    FI Department - B category of managers who are afraid to be outshined

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at EBRD full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Job security - nobody ever gets fired (even if they suck consistently)

    Cons

    As my friend (who left after a year to join Citi) put it - "I have never felt more exploited than here". Basically the business model is as follows: hire mostly C category of profesionals (from fear to be outshined); and a limited number of bright young things who are first used/exploited (without developing them or giving them appropriate rewards) and then get rid of them... Longest contract you can get these days is 3 years, with 6-12 months contracts being more usual, with no guarantee of extension. The worst part - you'll be working for senior people most of whom (with a few exeptions) are not particulary smart but know how the system works and secretive not to develop young people who can outshine them (eg. you won't get direct assess to clients, won't be copied on important emails etc), uninspiring, non-charasmatic and frankly would not have made it to the current levels in the "real world". Politics/favouritism etc are even worse than in private sector despite having less to share. My advise - if you have an offer from FI, stay away from this swamp...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    New charasmatic CEO is trying to modernise this hydra but it's not an easy job, particularly if you have outdated/ unmovable mid-management which you can not get rid of. My advise would be give more opportunities to talented young people who are currently repressed, pick them up from under their unispiring managers, develop them as management reserve using modern management/coaching techniques for a modern transperant business culture.

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