GIC Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Review Data
11 total review submissions
|2021||1st Year Associate||Analytics||People are generally helpful here, nice environment to grow…||Toxic office politics between departments and senior…|
|2021||Intern||Fixed Income||- Surrounded by brilliant people who really know their…||- Literally code everyday, not much external client…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||Singapore||Real Estate||Fairly good benefit and working environment. Access to…||Compensation might be lower than average compared to market…|
|2018||Intern||Singapore||Research||Pantry, salary, access to information and prestige are big…||Culture of the firm and toxicity are some of the cons of…|
|2020||Summer Associate Intern||Tokyo||Real Estate||Good Culture and nice team players. Being able to get…||More trainings are needed for new staff. And can be more…|
|2019||Summer Associate Intern||Singapore||Generalist||Great mentors to learn from, wealth of experience among…||Very long hours, colleagues can be quite aloof and…|
|2019||Intern||Singapore||Equity Research||Lots of independance given to finish your intern project…||Tense environment, colleagues only friendly on the outside…|
|2018||Intern||Singapore||Mergers and Acquisitions||If you work at a 'generalist fund' you get to…||It's a very frustrating job. Most of the deals you…|
|2015||Intern||New York||Fixed Income||Good work environment, access to upper management, good…||Poor communication about full time offers, only 1 given out…|
|2017||1st Year Associate||New York||Generalist||Everyday's different. You never know what deals will…||Long hours. Weekend work is common and last-minute…|
|2014||Intern||Singapore||Asset Management||Work is rather simple, hours are not too bad - in fact they…||Salary is quite poor, way below the minimum wage - I guess…|
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