Fidelity Investments Business Analyst Jobs & Careers in Boston, MA

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14 days ago

Senior Business/Systems Analyst

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

Portfolio Management Business/Systems Analyst will drive analysis efforts… Fidelity Investments


8 hrs ago

Research Analytics Business Analyst – new

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

The role is best suited for someone with very strong analytical skills, a high degree of attention to detail, intellectual curiosity and an affinity… Fidelity Investments


5 days ago

Senior Accountant - Process and Technology

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

· Ensure timely system administration of infrastructure changes by colleagues throughout the organization (Signature Authority Matrix, AssureNet and… Fidelity Investments


11 days ago

Senior Strategy Analyst, Asset Management Business Development

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

The Asset Management Business Development group provides a number of services to the Asset Management Executive team. This includes a range of… Fidelity Investments


1 day ago

Tax Analyst – new

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

Prepare federal, state and local income and franchise tax returns including US reporting of foreign transactions; prepare quarterly estimated tax and… Fidelity Investments


23 days ago

Operations Analyst - Securities Finance

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

The Operations Analyst role is a critical support function. This individual is responsible for the daily operations, reconciliation of daily file… Fidelity Investments


12 days ago

Financial Analyst III

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

The Financial Analyst will be responsible for performing the following duties within the Fidelity Corporate Business Development Group (the FCBD… Fidelity Investments


8 hrs ago

Equity Trade Support Analyst – new

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

Fidelity Capital Markets (FCM) is the institutional trading arm of Fidelity Investments providing trading, products and services to a wide array of… Fidelity Investments


2 days ago

Stock Loan Support Analyst, Fidelity Capital Markets – new

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

Fidelity Capital Markets (FCM) securities finance lending program is responsible for the financing the long assets and covering the short ETF and GC… Fidelity Investments


9 days ago

Counterparty Research Associate

Fidelity Investments Boston, MA

Reporting to the Director of Counterparty Research, the Counterparty Research Associate will work in support of the teams coverage of counterparties… Fidelity Investments


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    Progressive promotions as knowledge grew and flourished from my entry level position and beyond

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    Current Employee - Trading Assistant  in  Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Trading Assistant in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Fidelity Investments for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Best benefits I have seen and researched throughout the industry. Work/life balance is encouraged, and the programs provided by the firm are abundant.

    Cons

    The promotion opportunities are not direct, they promote more of a 'lattice' structure. Best advice is to be involved in projects, extra tasks, etc. this opened several more doors and expedited my career with Fidelity. Some of the leadership is quite weak and the politics can outweigh the actual business at times, unfortunately.

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    Compensation is not the greatest, though the benefits included are comparable to others in the industry. The bonus' and promotions are more so based on tenure and not performance. I have as well as several of my colleagues have experienced this across the firm in a variety of business units. This was very concerning as it led me (among others) to look outside Fidelity for upward momentum. The only reason I had stayed with Fidelity is a few key leaders knowing my potential and wanting to keep me in the firm. I urge leadership to question why the employees are looking elsewhere and potentially try and keep them versus letting the employee go without question.

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