Bank of America Merrill Lynch Review Data
667 total review submissions
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Ny||Technology Consulting||Company offers upward mobility. Pay is slightly better than…||Upper management needs to hear the voices of analysts.…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||Sales and Trading||Lots of resources to advance career, really good coffee,…||Some mean people (associates and vps), lots of red tape and…|
|2019||Assistant Vice President||Charlotte||Commercial Banking||Commercial banking hours are reasonable with most weeks…||Culture is difficult. Company is very focused on qa and…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Operations||Bank of America Merrill Lynch provided over the top…||Very large organization and as someone who is more action-…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||Atlanta||Commercial Banking||- No asshole policy in place
- Great 401k matching…
|- Pay is slightly lower than some of its peers
|2011||Operations Analyst||Newport Beach||Private Wealth Management||Coworkers were supportive and professional. Many…||Compensation was weak, and extra effort rarely translated…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||New york||Consumer - Retail||Great culture - not a place where FaceTime matters. For the…||Deal flow very heavy so naturally analysts overworked.…|
|2020||Intern||Los Angeles||Treasury||It was a great experience overall. I had an amazing mentor…||It was all online so it was difficult trying to set up…|
|2018||2nd Year Associate||Generalist||Good benefits and decent hours.
Have good balance…
|Less competitive than pure play IBs but that's…|
|2018||2nd Year Associate||Central||Healthcare||Good platform and resources. Many experienced colleagues to…||Big firm and a bit slow in making changes sometimes. A bit…|
|2020||Assistant Vice President||Indianapolis||Generalist||Hours typically less than 50 unless on an active deal, the…||Advancement opportunities are few and far between. Bonuses…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||Calgary||Investment Banking||Exposure to various international clients and working on…||Large institution provides many hoops / hurdles to getting…|
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||London||Generalist||Good pay compared to other BBs
|Some boring admin tasks and unneccesary turns of materials…|
|2018||Intern||Investment Banking||Good pay (top-notch) and benefits (full medical). Best…||Long hours and busy for 15+ hours throughout the day, had…|
|2019||Intern||Atlatna||Investment Banking||Good work life balance, supervisors are quite nice. They…||The main problem is that the pay is not that good and below…|
|2018||2nd Year Analyst||EC1A 1HQ||Generalist||- Good reputation, deal flows depend on the group but…||- Typical banking style, long hours due to hierarchy and (…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||New York||Investment Banking||Have limited experience as to what the full scope of the…||Obviously the grunt work that comes with IB and some…|
|2016||Intern||Atlanta||Commercial Banking||The program was decent. Mentors, teammates, and executives…||There were alot of things that could be improved to provide…|
|2013||2nd Year Associate||London||Corporate Banking||The team spirit and morale is great, learned a lot from…||Hours are long... as is to be expected. Could be a more…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||chicago||Investment Banking||The company is where I interned at during junior summer and…||Not much I would say. It's a huge company, so maybe…|
|2019||Summer Associate Intern||San Jose||Wealth Management||- Very supportive WM team
- Lots of on the job…
|- Lots of down time
- Not a lot of meaningful…
|2020||Intern||Los Angeles||Private Banking||Very nice people who really want you to succeed and go into…||Little structure to the program.
No hands on…
|San Francisco||Honestly, the whole experience was really good. I got in…||The only con was the fact that due to Covid the whole…|
|New York||This company and its leadership takes care of its people…||Its a large company so there is bureaucracy and some things…|
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