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Analysts, portfolio managers, and investment bankers know FactSet Research Systems has the facts down pat. The company offers global financial and economic information for investment analysis. FactSet also offers software for use in downloading and manipulating the data. (Its products can be fully integrated with Microsoft applications such as Excel and PowerPoint.) Among the company's applications are tools for presentations, data warehousing, portfolio analysis, and report writing. Revenues are derived from month-to-month subscriptions to services, databases, and...
FactSet has the growth and opportunity of a start-up with the stability of a well-established company. FactSet continues to maintain operations without any debt and has posted earnings per share growth each quarter over the last twelve years.
Our employee retention rate has historically averaged 90 percent because employees are treated well and opportunities abound. As the financial services software industry continues to grow, so will the opportunities at FactSet.
We encourage a work environment that is both hard working and fun:
Although different job functions at FactSet require distinct sets of skills, the overall goal of FactSet employees is to add value to our clients' workflows. Each of FactSet's departments offers its members a variety of opportunities to grow within the company.
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No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY May 2013 – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Referred by an employee 3 months ago. Got a phone interview and then invited to on-site interview. The on-site interview included: 1 product representation; 2 Code review; 3 OOD; 4 Algorithm implementation; 5 Lunch interview; 6 HR interview; 7 Director interview.
Suggestion: If you are a Java… – Full Interview
1. Code review was 3 pages long code about a triangle class, needed to find the errors, design flaws... You got 10 mins to read the code. keep an eye on the Java syntax, argument list which is too… – Answer Question