Alvarez & Marsal Review Data
51 total review submissions
|2020||Intern||new yorrk||Mergers and Acquisitions||Great environment, great people and good learning…||In my opinion there is nothing to say talking in bad terms…|
|2020||Intern||Los Angeles||Generalist||+ Got to work on impactful projects
|- COVID cut the experience short
- Time recording…
|2020||1st Year Associate||New York||Valuation||- Great exposure to PE clients and leveraged finance…||- Unreasonably high amount of hours worked given the…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||London||Restructuring||Deal flow is impressive, people are nice to work with.…||Although the deal flow is strong, analyst do not always get…|
|2020||1st Year Associate||Los Angeles||Healthcare||The work is challenging and dynamic. You work alongside…||There are many travel expectations and long times of travel…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Restructuring||Great Interview experience and supportive work-life balance…||Low compensation starting out, but big opportunity for…|
|2019||Manager||Dallas||N/A||The organization is maturing, training is becoming better,…||Some of the operations are very decentralized and non-…|
|2018||Consultant||New York||Valuation||Flexibility to work from home once you are trusted
|High turnover, always spread thin and understaffed
|2019||Intern||Dallas||Other Advisory||good compensation, lots of learning opportunities, good…||i can't think of any as an intern. everything seems…|
|2018||2nd Year Analyst||New York||Healthcare||Smart people. Interesting exposure. Exposure to PE and M…||Inconsistency. Silo'd. Limited admin infrastructure.…|
|2016||Director||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Smart Colleagues, Good Projects, Interesting Work,…||Arrogant Leadership, Selfish Leadership, Demanding…|
|2019||Senior Consultant||austin||Mergers and Acquisitions||- Great people
- Great projects
- Lots of…
|- Long hours
- Some clients can be incredibly…
|2019||Intern||Miami||Audit||Awesome working environment and a great place to learn.…||Not many cons I can thing of with Alvarez and Marsal.…|
|2019||2nd Year Associate||Charlotte||Restructuring||The company is awesome. Getting harder to progress up the…||None really. Travel is tough but it’s consulting. In a down…|
|2019||Senior Consultant||Houston||Advisory||The pay commensurate with the hours worked is good. Team is…||Don’t necessarily love some of the projects I work on. I…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||New York||Valuation||Great collegiate environment where people will take the…||Staffing and hours can be brutal. You need to speak up…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||NYC||Mergers and Acquisitions||Its a great firm to work for. The comp is top of the line…||Not enough focus on efficiency and time management. Things…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||New York City||Mergers and Acquisitions||Great pay, great people. The firm is growing very fast so a…||Not a flashy firm. There's not much focus on training…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Atlanta||Management Consulting||- flexible PTO if planned ahead of time
|- utilization is the sole determinant of cash bonus, but it…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Los Angeles, CA, USA||Management Consulting||I have not yet started at my company I have not yet started…||I have not yet started at this company I have not yet…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||Austin||Private Equity||Amazing Pay! I love the comp model for Alvarez and Marsal,…||A lot of work.
A ton of travel.
|2017||2nd Year Analyst||Rio de Janeiro||Restructuring||Good comps, challenging job, highly skilled coworkers.…||At the moment the main downsize is the work-life balance.…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Dallas||Mergers and Acquisitions||Opportunities within the firm are the primary driver for my…||No cons to speak of for me personally. Some junior members…|
|2018||2nd Year Associate||Houston||Consulting||Base compensation and bonuses are above market average. The…||Travel, PTO is tied to less pay as bonuses are directly…|
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