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30+ days ago

Senior Tax Manager – Regulatory Reporting

GE Capital Stamford, CT

• Execute on the tax processes related to regulatory reporting – review quarterly & annual regulatory filings, including stress tests, Call Reports… GE Capital


30+ days ago

Managing Director, Debt Origination

GE Capital Stamford, CT

• Lead transactional strategy and deal structuring, developing innovative solutions that both meet customer needs and align with EFS’ investment… GE Capital


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    Pros

    Good compensation and benefits, adequate worklife balance. The broad GE infrastructure is worth exploring. The industrial businesses are still run very tightly and with morals and ethics. The legacy capital structure is like an entirely different company that our former leaders would be ashamed of calling GE. For lower level employees, on the industrial side, it is still a good training ground for basic management skills and six sigma. It has lost its luster on the leadership side however as you will soon see the senior leaders on the Capital side come no where near executing the principles they were taught.

    Cons

    It is a network of old school boys who grew up together when the company was very small and stand by each other (and only each other) to protect an overbloated senior management structure at the expense of progress, employee mobility and fairness. There is a full subculture that rules the larger organization and has tentacles into the senior commercial finance structure. The most profitible and highest growth busiensses have been destroyed in favor of those run by the crony network, even when they continue to lose money and force job eliminations elsewhere. Jeff Immelt seems to have what it takes inately to lead but has been too far away from this team for too long. Welch would not have stood for the antics.

    Advice to Management

    Be accountable to the shareholders and employees before your best friend. You have very talented people at all layers of the organization trying to do the right thing, grow the business and serve their customers. The senior leadership team is more concerned with their political network, smiling upward and takes no accountability for thier busienss decisions. For some reason Fairfield seems blind and slow to respond to what is now a 4+ year problem.


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