Northern Trust Review Data

25 total review submissions

Year Position Location Group/Division Overall
2019 1st Year Analyst Chicago Commercial Banking - great coworkers
- standard work hours
-…
- low pay compared to street
- slow to promote…
2019 Investment Analyst Chicago Private Wealth Management Great work/life balance. Have cap on pay increases and… Advertise and emphasize considering all applications but…
2020 Assistant Vice President Chicago Investment Management Best work / life balance on the street. Everyone in group… Office is a total dump. Zero free snacks/seamless/coffee.…
2018 1st Year Associate Chicago Private Banking Great work life balance. Great benefits for promotion and… Very low pay compared to market. Women are underrepresented…
2019 Research Analyst University of chicago Generalist ahdfka s l dk f j as l ; d k fja;s l kdfj a s ; l dfjwoi… ahdfka s l dk f j as l ; d k fja;s l kdfj a s ; l dfjwoi…
2019 Intern Chicago Private Banking Great work-life balance at the company. I have never had to… Only sadness is that the work at the analyst level consists…
2014 Assistant Portfolio Manager Chicago Investments Great place to start a career, with lots of learning… Low pay and morale continuously declined over the 9 years I…
2018 1st Year Analyst Tampa Wealth Management I work on a great team with very smart portfolio managers (… The work is not very analytical and can be pretty tedious…
2018 Vice President London Asset Management Financially stable firm with history of prudent management… Decision-making can be slow moving at times. In some cases…
2018 2nd Year Associate Chicago Consulting Very good work life balance. Not hectic all. People are… Very low pay. People are usually with one foot out the door…
2018 3rd+ Year Analyst Chicago Investments Quality work-life balance. Great vacation policy and work-… Management within the Investment Risk and Analytical…
2018 3rd+ Year Analyst New York Operations People, location, work-life balance, hours, network,… Salary, workload, type of work, lack of exposure, lack of…
2017 Assistant Vice President Chicago Risk Management Solid work life balance. Great experience working with all… Salary complensation not up to par with current industry…
2017 1st Year Analyst Phoenix Securities Northern had a solid work environment, laid back management… The best thing about working for northern was the new…
2017 Intern Chicago Corporate Finance The company values a strong sense of community engagement.… The pay is relatively low (for both interns and full time…
2017 1st Year Analyst Chicago Generalist Great work/life balance
Great exposure to senior…
Compensation is below average, however it is in line with…
2015 1st Year Analyst Chicago Settlements Very laid back, relaxed culture
Ability to study…
Poor compensation
Monotonous work
Not able to…
2015 Senior Consultant Chicago Operations This is NT's Hedge Fund Services (Fund Admin, Middle… NT's conservative culture dripping through HFS, a…
2014 1st Year Analyst Chicago Consulting - Great hours (9-5:30)
- Benefits package generous…
- Everyone seems very 'average'
-…
2014 Operations Analyst Chicago Investments - Good exposure to upper management
- Educational…
- Compensation below average
- Lagging in technology…
2014 1st Year Analyst Chicago Retail Banking Interesting work - the work is stuff you don't learn… Not based on performance - need to base compensation on…
2014 1st Year Analyst Chicago Retail Banking Interesting work - the work is stuff you don't learn… Not based on performance - need to base compensation on…
2014 2nd Year Analyst Chicago Operations -Lots of technology projects are in the pipeline
-…
-Only IT support, developers are external
2013 3rd+ Year Analyst Chicago IOO Work only 8.5 hrs a day with an hour break. Most… Management doesn't treat you well. At least they don…

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