AXA Advisors - 30 Reviews
30 total review submissions
|2017||Financial Representative||New York||N/A||make own hours, really work as much or little as you want…||300 calls a day, all to people usually at their own desks…|
|2021||Intern||Colonia||Generalist||The one thing that helps is the amount of resources…||On the other hand, the managers were absolutely horrible…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Investments||Overall movement to becoming more employee-centric with a…||They pay significantly lower than other companies and you’…|
|2017||Intern||New York||Private Wealth Management||Very little, i was there as an intern and the only positive…||where do i begin....|
1. no salary, only compensation…
|2017||Intern||New York||Private Wealth Management||This company had very little pros but it instilled in the…||Where do I start with this company..... First and foremost…|
|2019||Financial Advisor||Rochester||Advisory||Entrepreneurship enviroment, essentially your own business…||Heavy sales role, low compensation, base salary (if you…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||New York||Generalist||I barely do any work and get five weeks of vacation which…||Boss is a complete ass who thinks he knows better than any…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Consulting||Motivating people in the staff which adds up to the…||Work hours would be longer than the regular 9-5.|
|2018||Intern||Baltimore||Wealth Management||The interview process was relatively straight forward and…||It has been somewhat difficult to reach my bosses. When…|
|2017||1st Year Associate||New York||Wealth Management||You choose your own ours. Independent. Opportunity to earn…||It just wasn't for me. I'm not into sales and I…|
|2017||Financial Advisor||New York||Brokerage||Flexible hours, you get what put in. Can make a lot of…||Sales, lots of hours to get decent compensation. It’d be…|
|2017||Student / Prospective Monkey||New York||Capital Markets||Very serious and rising bank. Many opportunities to take…||Long hours,and the people were not very career focused.…|
|2014||N/A||New York||N/A||It was Great experience. The people you work with are there…||I did not have any cons for this company other than some…|
|2015||AXA Advisors Spring Intern||New York||Insurance||I worked there as a spring program intern for two months…||Repetitive and boring work all day long, so this is never a…|
|2013||Financial Representative||Baltimore||Wealth Management||Flexible schedule, no set hours|
Very tough first couple of…
|2014||Financial Advisor||Denver||Generalist||Entry-level positions allow for quite a bit of open time.…||They really just through new employees out into the field…|
|2013||Intern||Wellesley||Private Wealth Management||The office is very welcoming and a close knit group. I…||The pay is pretty low compared to other places and you can…|
|2012||Intern||New York||Financial Services||I learned how to sell, counter objections and close. You…||There was no feedback, at all. Almost no direction. The…|
|2013||Intern||Morristown||Asset Management||Best part by far was the mentor I had. He was an expert in…||Not a finance internship. Wealth Management is sales…|
|2013||Summer Associate Intern||New York||Private Wealth Management||Very independent working environment. Compensation was…||Very unstructured intern program. Often had downtime…|
|2013||Intern||New York||Private Wealth Management||I was a summer intern with AXA, your responsibilities can…||I really did dislike the beginning segment of my employment…|
|2011||Intern||Melville||Advisory||You can decide your own work hours.||No guidance|
|2013||stay away||New York||Other||You get sponsored for series 7, 66, and state life…||You don't get any leads for cold calling. Purchasing…|
|2012||Intern||Hong Kong||Actuarial||Okay work-life balance. Nice senior management (nice French…||I would say the people are generally very aggressive and…|
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