CIBC World Markets - 174 Reviews
174 total review submissions
|2022||Intern||Toronto||Trading||great first S&T experience, learned a lot about the…||It was partly work from home witch made is hard to get to…|
|2023||Intern||Toronto||Debt Capital Markets||Nice interviewers, friendly, sociable, made me feel at ease…||Some of the technical questions were a bit wordy, which…|
|2023||1st Year Associate||Toronto||Rotational||Great culture, exposure to leadership, opportunity to work…||Difficult to enter into capital market teams, starting base…|
|2021||Student / Prospective Monkey||Toronto||Commercial Banking||Manager was very supportive and willing to train me…||Lack of social events or proper intern cross training,…|
|2023||Intern||Toronto||Sales and Trading||Great mentorship, great people, doing real work which…||Transparency regarding full-time rehires is low. Also, no…|
|2018||Intern||Toronto||Credit Risk||People were very chill, strong emphasis on wlb. Didnt work…||Bad pay, beauracratic, very heirarchal. Office was sad and…|
|2022||Intern||toronto||Sales and Trading||Good boss that helped you get started.
|Needed a bit more of a formal intro to sales and trading to…|
|2021||1st Year Associate||Toronto||Mining||The job comes with significant autonomy, intellectual…||Lots of the research focus is on quarterly estimates,…|
|2022||Intern||Toronto||Investment Banking||Great company with nice culture. Enjoyed my time and got a…||Don’t have any. Maybe the one thing would be the summer is…|
|2021||Intern||Toronto||N/A||Great team and very nice people…||Sometimes the work was isolating…|
|2021||1st Year Analyst||Toronto||Mergers and Acquisitions||Good pay, great work experience, some good colleagues,…||Very Long hours at times, poor work life balance but that…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Restructuring||very nice people and great work and amazing talent and…||hours were tough and i had a lot of projects i had to do…|
|2022||Intern||Toronto||Capital Markets||New office in the heart of downtown Toronto, Nice people to…||The work can be slow, repetitive and grunt so there is a…|
|2021||Intern||Toronto||N/A||Supportive seniors and a more laid-back culture. Interns…||There weren’t a lot of opportunities for people in the same…|
|2022||1st Year Associate||toronto||Real Estate||Analyst is very knowledgeable about the space, and was the…||Work gets repetitive, with little value add with the…|
|2014||1st Year Associate||toronto||Investment Banking||Good people to work with, big 5 in Canada, good reputation…||Busy hours , stress on certain project and time, depends on…|
|2021||1st Year Analyst||Calgary||Investment Banking||Good learning opportunity with some experience on live…||Lower full time compensation than bulge bracket peers and…|
|2022||2nd Year Associate||Vancouver||Debt Capital Markets||- Incredible work life balance. Never worked a weekend,…||- Learning curve flattened after about 1 year for me.…|
|2022||Intern||Toronto||Private Banking||Kind and hard working colleagues, everyone is really…||None that I can think of. I've really enjoyed my time…|
|2021||Intern||Toronto||Investment Banking||Great people, learning focused culture, Canadian niceness.…||Not too much, all the expected downsides of a typical IB…|
|2021||Intern||New York||Generalist||Great culture and people were willing to share their…||Small trading floor. Mostly older people. Not many young…|
|2021||1st Year Associate||toronto||Equity Research||Great learning opportunities and reasonable work life…||Work hours can get pretty long especially during earnings (…|
|2001||2nd Year Analyst||asdf||Generalist||…||…|
|2021||1st Year Associate||Toronto||Debt Capital Markets||Work life balance, training, team, high deal flow,…||Boring, not challenging, steep learning curve that flattens…|
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