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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at BlueMountain Capital Management full-timePros
I have had only positive experiences here at BlueMountain since my start a few years ago. From a learning perspective, there are always complex and interesting thoughts collaborated amongst groups. New perspectives and ideas are continually encouraged as BlueMountain wishes to create new efficiencies for continued success. I work hard at BlueMountain and I am rewarded with remarkable career growth. If someone is looking for an "easy" job with minimal problem solving, this is not the environment for him or her.
In addition, BlueMountain rewards its employees with top-notch medical insurance, 401K and compensation benefits.Cons
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at BlueMountain Capital Management.Interview Details
On the second round, we have someone filtering out people by their personalty. If you dont share their interests or values you will not be selected no matter how much you know.Interview Questions
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BlueMountain Capital Management is a global alternatives asset manager with offices in New York, London and Tokyo. Founded in 2003, the firm manages $20 billion in assets across co-mingled hedge funds, private capital vehicles, single-investor funds and CLOs.
We believe markets exhibit artificial segmentation due to organizational and regulatory constraints, agency...
Mission: Today, approximately 300 global professionals (including 21 partners and 9 managing principals) operate in a culture of collaboration, transparency, and intellectual...