- Chicago, IL
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 11 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 1992
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Investment & Asset Management
Designed with the future in mind, the Leadership Rotation Network (LRN) program offers recent graduates a unique opportunity to become embedded in three different middle and back office teams in their first year at DRW.
Quantitative Traitor interviewed Jennifer Wilson, a partner at DRW. Jennifer leads DRW’s Risk and Communications departments and is an active leader of the DRW Foundation. Outside of the office, Jennifer is a competitive sailor. Read the full article to learn more.
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DRW Holdings, LLC vs. Capital One? I know these are very different companies but I’m choosing between two new grad rotational programs: the ADP business analyst program at Capital One in McLean and the LRN Leadership Rotation Network at DRW. I really don’t know much about DRW and the program there is very new. Culture is very important to me and I know I like Capital One as I interned there. Any thoughts would be super helpful.
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Very smart, helpful, and friendly colleagues. Tons of perks, they truly make you feel welcome in the office. Excellent engineer teams and tons of opportunities to work on a variety of technologies. Minimal red tape, people actually discuss ideas, plan together, and trust each other to execute. Management structure is surprisingly flat, so there are great learning and networking opportunities.
The teams / desks do seem a bit siloed, but I've still seen significant levels of collaboration between teams. Makes me think this is just a reflection of my limited experience in the company. Overall I can't really complain. Only real thing is there seems to be a little tension concerning return to office and what's reasonable for remote scheduling. E.g. there's a few sick people in the office here and there, and strict office hour requirements kinda muddied the waters. I think there's a middle ground here that's reasonable if teams can show they execute well.
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