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Senior Index Sales - Asset Owners and Investment Consultants (covering the Nethe

MSCI London, England

We are looking for a highly skilled, motivated, and service oriented individual to lead our sales initiative focused on MSCI Index products to…

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Senior Relationship Manager - Risk Analytics Products

MSCI London, England

Risk Management Analytics Consultants act as trusted advisors to our clients and have responsibility for managing the associated

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MSCI President, CEO, and Director Henry A. Fernandez
Henry A. Fernandez
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    Home Offices Too Many (entitled) Chiefs, not enough Indians

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at MSCI (more than a year)


    Array of talented junior reports
    Possible career growth though very slow because of terrible team dynamics and shaky HR
    A yearly Fun Day


    Top heavy structure, with the critical junior functions scattered. Just a few of the lower levels in home offices. But mostly frozen by paranoia and politics. Only those folks affiliated by schools and/or clubs of senior managers appear to be given (too much) liberty. Stagnating office ambiances, especially in California. Frequently traveling or outside meetings take priority.. New York not far behind. Indeed the home offices seem to be in rivalry of a strange sort. With little appreciation over the years for anyone who has tried to call attention to problem ops or staff. So the Company is run a la Boiler Room style, with the club aspect, then token quota hires protected. Then the alienated, overworked outsiders, who can easily be targeted, are left to do the work of many and not allowed advances very much. And horrible HR; frequently absent and easily irate. Given to rudeness and error, especially when new staff joins. Really bad hires and practices over years. With little room for correction. Or coherent, timely product creation. Uninterested, often irrational senior staff. And they too can be conveniently absent. Newer packages stalled. Competition catching up.

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    When will you allow for real team work and stop favoring ineffective soldiers? Why are you hiding so much?

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