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S&P Global Market Intelligence was created in 2015 in response to the rapidly changing and challenging needs of our global financial clients. The firm brought together many of the key research, analytic and strategic capabilities of S&P Global Market Intelligence, an innovative provider of the most accurate and timely financial information. Headquartered in New York City, S&P Global Market Intelligence has 7,000 employees in 20 countries, providing on-the-ground access to every economy, market and region on the globe.
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At S&P Global Market Intelligence, we make it a priority to invest in our employees continuously, just as we invest in our brands and products. We provide the tools, resources, and opportunities to ensure everyone feels able to develop their skills, utilize their experience, and make important contributions every day.
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Diversity is one of our core values. It’s reflected in our leadership’s commitment to an inclusive workplace that leverages each individual and his or her unique contributions. The diverse characteristics, perspectives, ideas and backgrounds that our employees bring to S&P Global give us a vital competitive edge. We embrace and support our employees’ differences in race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, veteran status or disability and other characteristics that make our employees unique.
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S&P Global proudly supports nine Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) at the organization to support the acquisition and development of diverse talent. Led by employees at all levels around the world, our ERGs provide professional development and career-building opportunities that are unique and lasting. Each ERG is open to all employees to join.
Benefits of ERG participation:
Adelante: Hispanic and Latino Professionals
Formed in 2004, Adelante supports the acquisition and development of Latino professionals through skill-building workshops, exchanges with senior leaders, partnerships with valued external organizations, and the promotion of Latin culture. With the growing economic and demographic significance of the Latino population, Adelante contributes meaningfully to S&P Global’s overall success.
APEX: Asian Professionals for Excellence
Asian Professionals for Excellence (APEX) was founded in 2007. Since its inception, APEX has played an increasingly larger role in attracting and developing Asian talent to S&P Global as the company’s physical presence in the Asia Pacific region has grown. Through workshops, senior leader speaker series and training sessions that expose our employees to experts in business success in Asia Pacific, APEX is known for delivering high quality content that deepens market understanding and cultural agility and appreciation.
BOLD: Black Organization for Leadership and Development
In 2016 BOLD (Black Organization for Leadership & Development) proudly celebrated its 10thAnniversary. One of the first ERGs to form at the company, the group is focused on attracting black employees to S&P Global, and providing them with valuable development opportunities for personal and professional achievement. BOLD’s programming allows members to access opportunities that will help them build critical business and leadership skills as well as gain exposure to senior executives. On-going events such as the “Leader of Color Series” or “Breakfast with BOLD” attract our most senior leaders and provide forums for members to openly discuss topics critical to black employees’ success.
EASE: Enable Achieve Succeed Empower
EASE (Enable, Achieve, Succeed, Empower) was formed in 2011 to underscore our company’s commitment to a workplace for employees of all abilities and to provide support to parents of children with disabilities. EASE strongly believes in empowering people impacted by disabilities to reach their fullest potential and to positively impact our markets and communities.
LEAD: Learning, Empowering and Accelerating Digital
LEAD, created in 2011, enhances employees' awareness of digital and technology opportunities, both personally and for S&P Global overall. It also acts as a valuable ambassador and change agent for advancing innovation at the company, offering panel discussions among Innovation Lab colleagues, or exposing LEAD members to technology thought leaders and experts.
ParentsNet: Nurturing and Excelling Together
ParentsNet provides employees who are parents or caregivers with valuable and timely information, inspiration, tools and resources so they can achieve both personal and professional success. Through informal mentoring, extensive workshops and speaker series with noted experts in parenting or caregiving, ParentsNet is an essential ally for employees through all child or elder life cycles.
Spectrum: LGBT & Friends
Spectrum, LGBT & Friends, is dedicated to fostering an inclusive and supportive work environment where lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender employees are encouraged to bring their whole selves to the workplace to achieve their fullest potential. This potential can only be realized by providing members with networking, access to senior leaders, growth opportunities, partnerships with key LGBT organizations and communities externally, and public advocacy to advance LGBT issues. Spectrum, which began in 2005 regularly hosts well-known private and public sector guest speakers from the LGBT and ally communities.
VALOR: Veterans and Allies Leading for Organizational Results
Veterans and Allies Leading for Organizational Results (VALOR) provides leadership and strategic focus on initiatives for Veteran employees, military family members and their supporters. VALOR offers skill-building workshops, networking and exposure opportunities for all members, who include experienced Veterans, transitioning Veterans or their family members.
WINS: Women's Initiative for Networking and Success
Since 2004, WINS (Women's Initiative for Networking and Success) has been committed to creating a culture that inspires women to develop their leadership abilities, seize growth opportunities, and increase their knowledge of S&P Global for organizational and personal success.
Corporate Responsibility is more than philanthropy—it’s making a real difference by finding the connections between our essential skills and the needs of society.
At S&P Global, our employees are committed to giving back. We take an active role in ensuring the work we do has a genuine impact on the communities in which we live by focusing our efforts in three areas where we believe we can have a genuine impact: Elevating People, Promoting Sustainability, and Supporting Women Entrepreneurs.
I have been working at S&P Global Market Intelligence full-time (More than a year)
Emphasizing on learning , sharp focus on cutting edge technologies.
Pluralsight , LinkedIn learning and other better reasources for learning.
Encourage employees to learn each day.
A lot internal technical training on different domains by various groups.
No strict timing and unlimited work from home.
Culture , common practices , value and ethios all are just great.
Organisation is making changes in policies at regular intervals and making it more inclined towards employee friendly and employee first organisation.
Most of the people are calm , helpful and easy goers. You would not find managers or team leads pulling out your hair or unnecessarily put stress on you.
You are open to speak and can sought opinions on the internal Facebook type society which is called Hub where you can share idea among others or get the feedback.
The most amazing part is unlike bad reputation of software or it industry job where people feel tired or under stress , here you find yourself leaving a adequate normal and a balanced life.
- If you are not active and is busy enjoying all the perks and facilities you get , you might find yourself lagging behind in terms of awareness and skills , because you don't get presurrise doesn't mean you should stop working towards achieving your goal.
- Just like many organisations you might feel your work repetitive or with less challenges as you grow older in the team , although there are a lot ijp opportunities but they are not always applicable due to different skills requirements.
Advice to Management
Keep doing the great work and creating the awesome culture..
I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at S&P Global Market Intelligence (Hyderabad (India)) in September 2018.
The interview process consists of 3/4 rounds which means if you are very good at 3rd round that is technical round they don't ask you to take the 4th round.
So lets start with the interview process
1. Online test: which is completely on Basic to medium level Mathematics and Reasoning questions which students usually prepare for many entrances but not as tough as exam like CAT etc. So prepare all basic mathematics clearly for which one will be given very less time. As per my experience situation was 12 min for 20 questions which are bit tough if you are not so good at mathematics, and Basics of English grammar, Comprehension passages, and you will have a one sections completely 50 questions related to Finance basics just based around your Job description. Except for aptitude you will be having ample time for rest of the questions i.e: 1 minute for 1 question.
2. Process oriented test: This mayor may not happen it depends on the requirement of the hiring manager, This should be easy if you are confident with the subject knowledge you require as per the job description that you have applied.
3. Technical round: A face to face interview round where you will be tested only on basics but which covers a vast subject over finance which is like for ex: Questions might be on over all topics like-Capital markets, Accounting, Financial management and Corporate finance. So you need to be strong with the basics if at all you want to clear this round.
So questions would be from any of the areas mentioned above including Investment banking, But just basics so being strong at basics will help to to clear this round with ease.
4. Managerial round : If required they take you to this round i didn't face this round but i came to know through people that this round is mostly where they test practical application of knowledge.
So, Be prepared for online test with basic aptitude and reasoning and be fast at understanding English passages for comprehension which are a bit tough, Be prepared for complete basic questions about finance and topics that i have mentioned earlier.
Thank you i took time to write this because when i searched for the interview process during my recruitment time i haven't found anything about the interview process for this Job. so i would like to share my detail experience with the interview process which i feel will completely solves the purpose to take down this interview.