Seabury Group – New York, NY +2 locations
The Investment Banking Analyst/Associate will support senior bankers during every phase of the deal process including but not limited to transaction… Ivy Exec
Seabury Group – London, NA
Requirements: To receive an interview, candidates must have: Bachelor’s degree with a strong academic record from a top tier institution One to two… Ivy Exec
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I worked at Seabury Group full-time
A well respected firm with a global footprint. Great exposure to all aspects of the commercial airline industry, with an up and coming aerospace and defense practice. A fair chance that a 2-3 year tenure would entail travel to client sites across all (inhabited) continents. Expect to interact with the C-suite, both internally and at the client, from Day 1. The firm probably employs at least one expert in every aspect of the aviation and travel industry. One of the best annual holiday parties in NYC and one-off team build getaways to popular vacation spots (if you are not tied up with a client engagement) Standard pay with a big annual bonus.
Low morale and high attrition. If there is one guiding principle to navigate the company, go with Empty-Vessels-Make-The-Most-Noise and nowhere is the cacophony greater than the Dallas office. As the well respected Founders/Senior Management are getting ready to retire, the future looks rocky especially due to the lack of a competent Mid-Senior level. Expect to witness some questionable directives, such as instructions to lie to immigration officers in order to avoid getting business visas. You will be asked to use Deloitte's negotiated discount code while making hotel reservations and instructed to pose as a Deloitte employee during check-in. A large proportion of mid level managers and partners have limited non-Seabury experience and while they know everything about commercial airlines, they know nothing about anything else.
Advice to Management
Work on your succession plan and motivate employees to stay. Remember that good pay alone does not let you retain talent