ICAP Review Data

12 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
2014Research AnalystLondonFICC - Fixed Income Currency and CommoditiesICAP has a collegial atmosphere which makes sense as a…Each department operates like its own company which mean…
20051st Year AnalystNew YorkSecuritiesGreat work life. Amazing perks outside of work. Went to…Limited Upside -voice broking is dying. Your clients have…
2018EngineerAthensTransportationI like the work environment, it was very good and the…There is nothing on my mind that I can say I can complain.…
20181st Year Analystnew yorkGeneralist- Work/life balance is solid. I get in around 6:30am and…-The work itself is not that stimulating. You are hitting…
2017InternJersey CityBrokerageGreat experience, engaging Intern events. Took a trip to…Did not receive as much work as I had hoped to. However,…
2018BrokerJersey CitySecuritiesDecent work-life balance, exciting working environment,…Not intellectually stimulating, little skills are learned,…
2015BrokerHoustonEnergyEh, you work with pretty cool people or complete douchebags…Not much patience. Produce or be nervous. I guess you…
2012InternJersey CityN/AMany of the broker are knowledgeable and willing to answer…Far from intellectually stimulating, many of the older…
2010InternLondonMiddle MarketGood experience - middle office staff approachable and…Front office dominated - hard to move and get front office…
2013OtherJersey CityEnergyGreat people to work for, always willing to helpHaving to leave
2012Interdealer BrokingLondonTradingVery good hours, 40-50
Laid back, boisterous…
Very poor exit opportunities
Lack of professional or…
2012InternJersey CityBrokerageThe culture of the firm is very unique. The brokers know…Your advancement in the company is not regimented like…

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