ICAP Review Data
12 total review submissions
|2014||Research Analyst||London||FICC - Fixed Income Currency and Commodities||ICAP has a collegial atmosphere which makes sense as a…||Each department operates like its own company which mean…|
|2005||1st Year Analyst||New York||Securities||Great work life. Amazing perks outside of work. Went to…||Limited Upside -voice broking is dying. Your clients have…|
|2018||Engineer||Athens||Transportation||I like the work environment, it was very good and the…||There is nothing on my mind that I can say I can complain.…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||new york||Generalist||- Work/life balance is solid. I get in around 6:30am and…||-The work itself is not that stimulating. You are hitting…|
|2017||Intern||Jersey City||Brokerage||Great experience, engaging Intern events. Took a trip to…||Did not receive as much work as I had hoped to. However,…|
|2018||Broker||Jersey City||Securities||Decent work-life balance, exciting working environment,…||Not intellectually stimulating, little skills are learned,…|
|2015||Broker||Houston||Energy||Eh, you work with pretty cool people or complete douchebags…||Not much patience. Produce or be nervous. I guess you…|
|2012||Intern||Jersey City||N/A||Many of the broker are knowledgeable and willing to answer…||Far from intellectually stimulating, many of the older…|
|2010||Intern||London||Middle Market||Good experience - middle office staff approachable and…||Front office dominated - hard to move and get front office…|
|2013||Other||Jersey City||Energy||Great people to work for, always willing to help||Having to leave|
|2012||Interdealer Broking||London||Trading||Very good hours, 40-50|
Laid back, boisterous…
|Very poor exit opportunities|
Lack of professional or…
|2012||Intern||Jersey City||Brokerage||The culture of the firm is very unique. The brokers know…||Your advancement in the company is not regimented like…|
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