Millennium Management Review Data
12 total review submissions
|2022||Intern||New York||Quantitative Research||Good interview experience. Good compensation. Flexibility…||Most aspects are fine. Not much. Too many working hours. No…|
|2021||1st Year Analyst||New York||Risk Management||Great work life balance. Great place to learn new stuff…||Hedge fund, but operates like a bank. Siloed divisions make…|
|2021||1st Year Analyst||New York||Risk Management||Great team to work with. Smart people. Meritocratic…||The PMs are king here. So more of a siloed environment…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||New York||Industrials||Stocked cafeteria, great benefits package, A+ tech support…||Not much support for junior folks and your experience will…|
|2021||Intern||New York City||Infrastructure||Nice people, sharp people, and I are really really enjoying…||Mobility is hard, but you can move if you want. Other than…|
|2020||Assistant Portfolio Manager||NY||N/A||Terms spelled out. No games around performance comp (the…||Tech underwhelming given size.|
known to be…
|2019||Intern||New york||Prop Trading||It is a quite nice place to work in. Not much advantages…||Teams don't communicate (and obviously don't…|
|2020||Intern||New York||Engineering||- educational and speaker series programs|
|-team structure was not ideal|
-culture can feel…
|2020||Intern||New York||Corporate Finance||I really enjoyed working at the company due to a strong…||There wasn't many cons. The main thing was virtual but…|
|2018||Director||New York||Consumer - Retail||Great pay…||Izzy's intense…|
|2019||Intern||New York City, NY, USA||Operations||People were all very supportive of helping you learn and it…||Very independent and competitive place. The office also was…|
|2018||Other||New York||Strategy||Entrepreneurial, resourced to potentially do ambitious…||I think this org is like any other, not perfect, some…|
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