Bank of Nova Scotia Review Data
17 total review submissions
|2019||Other||Toronto||Risk Management||Good learning environment, supportive and approachable…||The workload can be a bit much relative to the compensation…|
|2020||Summer Associate Intern||toronto||Information Technology (IT)||Incredibly supportive company, provides tons of resources…||Difficult to get global recognition in US and Asia.…|
|2019||Intern||montreal||Commercial Banking||Flexible hours, could sometimes WFH as intern. Learned a…||Horrible systems - Slow, outdated, unreliable. Makes you…|
|2018||Intern||Toronto||Sales and Trading||The people were great, made the day to day a lot easier.…||Work had no outcome felt pretty useless. Think there was a…|
|2017||Intern||New York||N/A||really nice people and opportunity to be apart of the bank…||slow growth opportunities, but not too many cons liked…|
|2018||Associate Director||Toronto||Investment Banking||Pay, benefits and growth opportunities are all available if…||Overall the company is lacking a technology department and…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||Toronto||Mergers and Acquisitions||* Vacation days
* Tend to have better…
|* Known to pay amongst the lowest on the street
|2018||Director||toronto||Trading||Fair in providing severance packages relative to other…||slow moving, chronically under-invests in technology, late…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||Toronto||Sales and Trading||High performance culture great perks great view from the…||Long hours can’t chill cover your ass culture lifts are…|
|2017||Student / Prospective Monkey||Toronto||Retail Banking||Great firm culture. Absolutely loved the people who worked…||Working in a big firm, you sometimes feel like you are a…|
|2017||1st Year Associate||Houston||Energy||I would say that the work life balance at the company is a…||Working for a Canadian bank and outside of New York can be…|
|2017||Intern||Toronto, ON, Canada||Generalist||Decent pay for the hours worked. Tasks were not difficult…||The work assigned to interns were very menial in tasks and…|
|2017||Consultant||Toronto||N/A||Good pay, alright hours. decent manager and overall…||fair amount of headhunter firms used to place contract…|
|2017||1st Year Associate||toronto||Wealth Management||Good introduction to the brokerage industry. Learn good…||It is grind to come in cold-call business owners and…|
|2017||1st Year Associate||toronto||Wealth Management||Cushy Job. Great company to work for, plenty of opportunity…||The role in particular is geared towards creating salesmen…|
|2015||Director||New York||Corporate Banking||Stability during downturns, not a lot of variance in total…||Since small US organization, not a lot of upward mobility…|
|2014||Other||Toronto||Other||Good work environment||Big organization|
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