JPMorgan Review Data

132 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
20193rd+ Year AnalystNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsProjects generally focused on technical analysis / little…Some VPs clearly are the associate which weren't hired…
20211st Year AnalystCanary WharfCreditGreat team. Really exciting being around such a high IQ…My team focuses on Corporate clients, which can be a bit…
20201st Year AnalystDallasGeneralistGreat company, They have great benefits. Internal Mobility…Big Bureaucratic machine. There are some things that can be…
20191st Year AnalystNew York CityPrivate BankingExactly what you would expect from any large bank, lots of…Hours are a lot and culture can be somewhat cut throat. But…
20201st Year AnalystChicagoInvestment BankingGood weekend worklife balance, tough transition to WFH…Lots of MBA associates that are not very competent and…
2020Executive Directornew yorkPrivate BankingQuality of the professionals; Diverse Backgrounds; Great…Bureaucracy; Compensation rarely in-line with expectations…
20201st Year AnalystSan FranciscoPrivate BankingGood career mobility opportunities, especially if you are…Lack of common strategic initiatives across lines of…
2020InternCentralGeneralist- Experienced professionals, who provided lots of useful…- Did not get the offer even though I had great feedback…
2021InternNYCGeneralistMost of the people during the group placement process were…The group placement process can be more transparent. It…
20212nd Year AssociateNew YorkGlobal MarketsCompany promotes mobility, lots of events for analysts…Being a large firm as JPM, it tends to get a bit…
20202nd Year AnalystLondonInvestment ResearchGood company with good benefits, massive learning…hierarchical management team with no clear path to…
20201st Year AnalystNew YorkSales and TradingBig alumni network and many people that are willing to help…I have heard that pay is below street given the name…
20201st Year AssociateNew YorkResearchThe company generally allows for good work-life balance…The company has too much business politics. Incentive…
20201st Year AnalystNew YorkPrime BrokerageI am lucky to work with smart people and I find having a…The amount of workplace politics was high, but expected. It…
20212nd Year AssociateNew York CityMergers and AcquisitionsGenuinely nice team and great culture in M&A. Excellent…Biggest con are the hours; not a lean deal team model but…
2000InternNew YorkGeneralistPretty good internship experience. Hours were pretty long.…Long hours at times and lack of access to senior…
20193rd+ Year AnalystHoustonLeveraged FinanceGenerally a great company to work for. Training programs…MDs/EDS rely on their VPs entirely and so long as work gets…
20201st Year AnalystNew York CityInvestment BankingLearning so much every day on the job, culture that really…Sometimes the culture of trading lives up to the stereotype…
20203rd+ Year AnalystLondonMergers and AcquisitionsExcellent exit opps - all doors open, wether buyside or…Office politics, low exposure to seniors, long hours, lots…
20201st Year AnalystDallasDebt Capital MarketsThis is a key group within the larger JPM DCM structure,…The role is poorly marketed - at the analyst level, the job…
2020InternSan FranciscoMergers and Acquisitions*Twice a week fireside chats with VP/ED/MDs
*Weekly…
*Limited deal experience due to online-internship (…
20201st Year Analystnew yorkInvestment BankingThe overall bank is a fantastic place to work but it is a…Not being able to predict your own schedule is very tough…
2020InternSt. LouisPrivate BankingVery enjoyable team, everyone was very happy to work with…This was during COVID so the internship duration was…
20201st Year AnalystHong Kong IslandGeneralist1. Good team and great people to work with - friendly…1. the position is an entirely back-office type of work…

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