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3.1   www.pnc.com
www.pnc.com / Pittsburgh, PA

“Great place to work”  See all Reviews

Really dedicated to employee morale  See all Reviews


3.7   www.goldmansachs.com
www.goldmansachs.com / New York, NY

“Operations = Back Office”  See all Reviews

Brand name Exit opportunities once you have GS on your resume.  See all Reviews


2.8   www.bnymellon.com
www.bnymellon.com / New York, NY

“BNY Mellon”  See all Reviews

Good stable place to work. Mostly 9-5.  See all Reviews


2.8   www.statestreet.com
www.statestreet.com / Boston, MA

“Good place. Mgt not caring”  See all Reviews

Nice coworkers. Interesting work available.  See all Reviews


3.7   www.baml.com
www.baml.com / Charlotte, NC

“Flexibility within a large corporate atmosphere.”  See all Reviews

Due to the size of the company it is a vast wealth of knowledge over many business areas. However, there is still room for individuality and…  See all Reviews


3.2   www.citibank.com
www.citibank.com / New York, NY

“overall satisfied”  See all Reviews

competitive pay, good management, benefits  See all Reviews


3.4   www.ubs.com
www.ubs.com / ZÜRICH, Switzerland

“Great experience for a financial intern”  See all Reviews

Good entry level internship for the financial industry. An internship here will help you decide if becoming a financial advisor is for you.  See all Reviews


2.7   www.suntrust.com
www.suntrust.com / Atlanta, GA

“Great Atmosphere!”  See all Reviews

I only interned for the Summer, but the people here are great to work with. Most are open to ideas and create an environment where you can ask…  See all Reviews


3.1   www.schwab.com
www.schwab.com / San Francisco, CA

“good company”  See all Reviews

stable and good work life balance  See all Reviews


3.6   www.bloomberg.com
www.bloomberg.com / New York, 061

“A tech company selling financial software”  See all Reviews

The programmer hierarchy is definitely a meritocracy, and and programming is viewed as the lifeblood as the company, as opposed to a cost center as…  See all Reviews