CLSA Review Data
11 total review submissions
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||Admiralty||Generalist||Good deal flow and reasonable hours. Good company resources…||Product type quite limited. Straight equity quite strong…|
|2006||1st Year Associate||Central||Generalist||The program provides comprehensive training in all of the…||because people know your rotation will only be 4 months…|
|2019||Intern||Los Angeles||Generalist||Great benefits. Very convenient to get to work and the…||Not much work on some occasions and lots of people are…|
|2018||Intern||Singapore||N/A||Good team to work with who are also willing to share their…||As compared to other locations there is no structured…|
|2017||Intern||Singapore||Generalist||Friendly culture and a good environment to learn. Seniors…||Long working hours, a small and sad food pantry, food…|
|2017||Intern||Hong Kong||Structured Products FSR||Great culture. Seniors are super nice and friendly. Friday…||Nothing really. But apparently Legal Department needs a law…|
|2006||1st Year Associate||Hong Kong||Investment Banking||* smart colleagues * very interesting projects *…||* insufficient recognition in the PE industry outside of…|
|2006||1st Year Associate||Hong Kong||Investment Banking||At the time, CLSA was primarily employee-owned, and…||Like many IBD places, there were some really caustic people…|
|2017||Student / Prospective Monkey||Singapore||Equity Research||Friendly team, lots of exposure and doing meaningful work.…||Compensation is below industry average, no conversion…|
|2017||1st Year Associate||Sydney||Equity Research||* quality of work including dealing with great clients…||* smaller impact in market as brokerage only firm - not…|
|2017||Intern||Seoul||Equity Research||Independent brokerage and research house with strong local…||low intern comp or low base comp compared to bulge bracket…|
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