IMC Financial Markets Review Data
12 total review submissions
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Prop Trading||Smart colleagues, good pay, interesting work, agile…||Compensation distribution is very skewed and the process…|
|2021||Trader||Amsterdam||Prop Trading||Good graduate training program, decent office, great…||Steep learning curves during trainings, admission was very…|
|2019||Intern||Amsterdam||Prop Trading||1. Super fun work culture and really nice people
|1. No cons to list honestly, probably one of the most fun…|
|2018||Intern||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Quantitative Research||Nice people and nice environment but can be very intense at…||Not many cons, you don't get much responsibilty to do…|
|2019||Trader||Chicago||Prop Trading||Super great offer, really nice people, laid back relative…||Honestly none. Bit of lack of transparency about offer…|
|2017||Intern||Amsterdam||Investment Banking||Great company…||None…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Sydney||Corporate Banking||I moved across the country to work at IMC and have been so…||Really none. The company is very selective in who they hire…|
|2019||Junior Trader||Chicago||N/A||I do not wish to give away my identity so will refrain from…||I do not wish to give away my identity so will refrain from…|
|2018||Trader||Chicago||Prop Trading||Collaborative environment with a lot of friendly people.…||None so far that I can list. Everything has been great and…|
|2018||Student / Prospective Monkey||Chicago||Generalist||moved across the country to work at IMC and have been so…||Really none. The company is very selective in who they hire…|
|2017||Developer||Chicago||Quantitative Research||- good work environment.…||- high pressure
|2014||Developer||Chicago||Prop Trading||Lots of interesting work to be done. Easy to switch teams…||The leadership structure can be opaque at times. It is easy…|
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