Lehman Brothers
3.5 of 5 178 reviews
www.lehman.com New York, NY 6 to 15 Employees

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A good window

Summer Analyst (Former Employee)
New York, NY

I worked at Lehman Brothers

ProsAccess
Solid summer analyst program
Ability to interact with others

ConsMeritocracy until senior -levels where relationships/influence matter most
some old-boy mentality

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Tax Intern (Current Employee)
Jersey City, NJ

I have been working at Lehman Brothers


Pros: compensation is very fair compared to other internships Cons: No room for growth as of now Advice to Senior Management: more hands on projects More

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Financial Reporting Analyst (Former Employee)
Dallas, TX

I worked at Lehman Brothers


Pros: Great benefits Care for employees Good work environment Great Co-Workers Great Charity Work Integrity was… Cons: Average Leadership Limited opportunity for promotions Clicks within the work environment Sometimes uncomfortable… Advice to Senior Management: Average Leadership that eventually led to the downfall of the company. There… More

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