HSBC Review Data
265 total review submissions
|2020||Intern||Wealth Management||Got placed in a pretty good department. Hierarchy was flat…||Technology for Work-from-home (WFH) is limited, it got…|
|2020||Research Associate||New York||Equity Research||Decent work life balance (as far as Wall Street goes), very…||Pay is below market, strategy seems to always be changing,…|
|2020||Intern||New York City||Investment Management||Upper management is clear with expectations. Very team…||No real negatives that I noticed interning there. Overall…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||New York||Investment Banking||The IB culture is very different from traditional IB banks…||Certain groups have really had managers and MDs, and the…|
|2020||Intern||Central||Private Wealth Management||The working hour is really good as I do not have to work…||They typically do not offer return offer to coop trainee.…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Generalist||Honestly everyone there at HSBC is really awesome and wants…||I feel like it might be a dead end job. I don’t find my…|
|2020||Intern||Sales and Trading||The managers are willing to cater to the different needs…||The pay is too low, and the business is not really growing…|
|2018||3rd+ Year Analyst||london||Investment Banking||- best place to retire
- a number of good exit to…
|- company's strategy very uncertain
|2020||1st Year Associate||Toronto||Corporate Banking||In comparison to other corporate banks, the hours are…||Promotions are not based off performance, but instead…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||London||Securities Underwriting||Enjoyed the culture, and the work life balance was not too…||Salary was not as competitive as some of the more…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||London||Financial Institutions Group (FIG)||I rejected them for another bank, so I cannot comment. This…||I rejected them for another bank, so I cannot comment. This…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||London||Corporate Banking||HSBC has a great, well organized graduate program available…||Underpaid, overworked. Difficult to change jobs within the…|
|2020||Intern||Central||Private Banking||People are friendly, willing to teach and share their…||Everything was alright for me and I also learnt from other…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Central||Global Markets||Good benefits.
Excellent PTO option.
|Very demanding clients
|2018||Intern||Ningbo||Generalist||1. Work-life balance is great
2. Competitive salary…
|Chance of networking opportunity is low - The sub-branch is…|
|2019||3rd+ Year Associate||New York||Investment Banking||Sometimes can get slow with little work to do and weekly…||Lack of deal flow, a lot of bureaucracy and red tape.…|
|2019||Intern||Central||Debt Capital Markets||Good comp for interns, friendly A&As, good office…||Poor dealflow, Seniors who were from other banks dont…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||Corporate Banking||Very diverse and accommodating culture. People here are…||Technology is very outdated, and some mid-level employees…|
|2020||Intern||Paris||Investment Banking||Smart peple, health. salaly, wokring place, paris, happy,…||Less salary, the compeitions is too high. The boss is not…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Corporate Banking||Great people and solid culture, pretty laid back. Hours are…||Compensation is definitely on the lower end. Even in a Tier…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Frankfurt||Generalist||small and lean team - 10 people
|outdated IT infrastructure
slow workflows with high…
|2019||Intern||Hong Kong||Corporate Banking||Good culture
Great exposure, got to go to several…
|Nothing much, perhaps compensation could be higher
|2016||1st Year Analyst||Singapore||Generalist||Global bank with good amount of resources. Generally good…||Internal hurdles do not consider regional specifications.…|
|2017||2nd Year Analyst||New York||Generalist||- Good work life balance compared to the industry
|- US presence in M&A is small, meaning no exposure to…|
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