Assistant Vice President Reviews in Bridgeport, CT | Glassdoor

Assistant Vice President Reviews in Bridgeport, CT

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3.8StarStarStarStarStar / Norwalk, CT

“Assistant Vice President (Risk)” See all Reviews

Great culture and excellent training. Amazing company to work for. See all Reviews

2.7StarStarStarStarStar / Stamford, CT

“Great experience” See all Reviews

Senior management are great. They understand the importance of work life balance. They are willing to teach you if you are willing to learn. See all Reviews

3.2StarStarStarStarStar / Bridgeport, CT

“that most worst place to work for” See all Reviews

Was a great place to work for until they went public See all Reviews

3.5StarStarStarStarStar / Alpharetta, GA

“Executive Administrative Asst” See all Reviews

Great Benefits, Competitive salary, very family oriented and there's room for growth See all Reviews

3.2StarStarStarStarStar / Purchase, NY

“Learning Experience, But Weak Management” See all Reviews

Good opportunity to restructure and dive deep into credits. See all Reviews

3.6StarStarStarStarStar / Paris, France

“Strong company, mixed talent pool” See all Reviews

Great prospects, amazing CEO, strong market presence and extremely generous retirement plan. See all Reviews

3.7StarStarStarStarStar / Toronto, Canada

“Be Careful” See all Reviews

Growth opportunity and flexible hours for students (open 7 days a week) See all Reviews

3.2StarStarStarStarStar / Fairfield, CT

“AVP” See all Reviews

Great mission. Opportunity to grow. Ability to travel and see the world.Fantastic colleagues. Collegial, non political environment. Summer Fridays... See all Reviews

3.1StarStarStarStarStar / Stamford, CT

“Used to be an excellent company to work more” See all Reviews

None anymore.....everything that made you feel good about coming to work has been eliminated..... No stone unturned to save a nickel See all Reviews

3.4StarStarStarStarStar / Hamilton, Bermuda

“AVP, Technology Finance” See all Reviews

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