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9 days ago

Index Sales Specialist - Asset Owners

MSCI San Francisco, CA

Total Relationship Management involving: High Level Management Contact Strategic Planning with an Account New Product Placement Answer detailed… Ivy Exec


19 days ago

Index Sales Support

MSCI San Francisco, CA

This Index Sales Analyst will be a member of the Index Client Coverage team based in San Francisco that focuses on our Asset Manager clients. They… eFinancialCareers


7 days ago

V.P. Index Sales Specialist

MSCI San Francisco, CA

Index Sales Specialists are responsible for maintaining existing client relationships as well as new business development for MSCI products. Each… eFinancialCareers


7 days ago

Index Relationship Mgr./Sales - Asset Owners & Consultants

MSCI San Francisco, CA

MSCI Sales Specialists are responsible for maintaining existing client relationships as well as new business development for all MSCI products. Each… eFinancialCareers


7 days ago

Relationship Manager - MSCI Indexes

MSCI San Francisco, CA

? Manage day-to-day MSCI index relationship with key investment management client across various functional groups including product research… eFinancialCareers


6 days ago

Relationship Mgr./Sales Specialist - Indexes

MSCI, Inc. San Francisco, CA

MSCI Sales Specialists are responsible for maintaining existing client relationships as well as new business development for all MSCI products. Each… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Relationship Manager

MSCI, Inc. San Francisco, CA

• Manage day-to-day MSCI index relationship with key investment management client across various functional groups including product research… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Wealth Advisory Relationship Manager

MSCI, Inc. San Francisco, CA

will include, but will not be limited to: • Expand awareness and use of MSCI indexes, including investment products based upon our indexes… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

IT Relationship Manager - Information Tech. Services

MSCI, Inc. Berkeley, CA

Support the daily operations of the IT Business Management team gathering requirements on the IT product line through interviews, document analysis… Glassdoor


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    Unfocused driving, no accountability and tired, paranoid culture

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    Current Employee - Client Coverage  in  San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Client Coverage in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at MSCI full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Highly skilled associates

    Average to decent salary

    Resources from the hybrid of organizations

    interesting projects

    Cons

    Senior management care only about themselves. Local office heads and senior veterans not motivated to really help underlings. Often make it known they despise their role.

    in tricky market we know not where we're going. Fragmented data, models and meetings.

    Clannish, devisive behavior interfering with client mtgs, conference participation and trust.

    Favoritism, etc.

    Guidance and accountability seriously lacking in the Coverage, Project Management and Facilities units. Particularly in the New York and SF Bay offices. Good luck getting any emails answered. Or seeing any consistent meetings out of them.

    Outsourcing so much that we've chopped off our own feet and it's a challenge to go forward. Especially without vision, communication, trust and fairness.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There's a lot we would like to give, but we've seen others shot down for nicely doing so. What is clear Is that leadership needs to change and vision needs to be clarified. After that, professionalism re-instilled in what used to be a great company. Pay attention to your product formation teams, new sales and upsells. Also to local office management and HR, to help with these areas. We can really hit walls when we need basic questions answered. That wastes even more time and productivity. Also look at who actually has shown up to work through the years instead of working remotely and not findable. Then keep telling us where we're going so we can actually do our jobs.

    Doesn't Recommend
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