Bank of America Private Bank Review Data
12 total review submissions
|2018||Intern||San Francisco||Private Banking||Not much content to give here really. The 2 associates that…||The only con was that I no longer had an opportunity to…|
|2019||Other||New York||Private Banking|| - Great place to learn and work|
- Good company…
|- FAs can be demanding |
- You are made to…
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||Hartford||Investments||Great onboarding and hands on learning before full time…||Location is not appealing. Connecticut is not a great…|
|2020||Intern||Charlotte||N/A||BoA has a collegial culture and super smart and passionate…||Work hours was on par but would have appreciated better…|
|2020||Summer Associate Intern||Houston||Oil & Gas||the flat structure: was exposed to senior-level banker…||Had a fast-paced environment which took some getting used…|
|2020||Student / Prospective Monkey||Troy||Investments||provided me a great insight on how the finance industry…||Nothing really. It was a great time their. Hours weren…|
|2019||Assistant Vice President||Chestnut Hill||Private Wealth Management||Strong work life balance, and overtime pay when over forty…||salary was lower than expected and should have been raised…|
|2018||Consultant||Orlando||Private Banking||As far as work life balance its pretty good. since you work…||the upward mobility is next to none. They will promise you…|
|2019||Intern||Lehi||Corporate Development||The company was solid and I appreciated the management. I…||The learning curve can be difficult to grasp, but it's…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||Greenwich||Private Banking||Good role that lets you work with smart colleagues. The…||Similar cons from similar large corporations. Ideas come…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Los Angeles||Private Banking||Everyone is super chill and caring. Not an overly…||Everyone is older, it isn't fast-paced. Reputation is…|
|2018||Assistant||Seattle||Private Banking||Great benefits, flexible schedule, ok pay, two weeks PTO,…||Pay is a lot lower than what it should be|
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