Perella Weinberg Partners Review Data

49 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
2020Directorsan franciscoInvestment BankingHard working MDs, good exits for juniors, bankers typically…Deal flow could be better. Latest MD hire for Tech group…
2021InternNew YorkGeneralistThe firm is great in regard to culture - strong interaction…This is an investment bank so the hours are hard (70+) but…
2015Vice PresidentLondonInvestment BankingA very nurturing company with high calibre senior bankers,…Hours are long but this is inline with industry standards.…
20121st Year AnalystNew YorkMergers and Acquisitions-Privately held firm with strong analyst program
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-Hours long at times, but such is banking
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2020InternLondonGeneralistGreat company with really good people. Good salary and…Hours can be long sometimes and occasionally deal flow is…
20192nd Year AnalystNew York CityMergers and AcquisitionsLot of good deal flow, and everyone at the firm is pretty…Not as much connection with senior management as is ideal.…
20201st Year AnalystNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsGood culture and smooth integration with WFH during covid-…Not many boundaries with the new WFH situation, always…
20201st Year AssociateDenverGeneralistGreat company to work for. There are a lot of opportunities…Nothing too much to note here. Management should try to…
20181st Year AnalystNew YorkMergers and Acquisitions- smart people
- high quality deal flow
-…
- hours are long
- big facetime culture
- no…
20191st Year AnalystNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsCompensation is top of the line, work experience, solid…work-life balance could use some help, maybe some more…
20193rd+ Year AssociateNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsGreat firm overall, very good culture (probably better than…Too slow to promote rock star analysts (after three years…
20133rd+ Year AnalystNew YorkRestructuringGreat culture, learned a lot. Good access to sr bankers and…Hours were very challenging, especially at that time bc the…
20191st Year AnalystLos AngelesMergers and AcquisitionsRelatively good pay, senior management cares about junior…Satellite offices have a harder time being incorporated…
20201st Year AnalystNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsIt was the best internship experience anyone could ask for…Didn't get to explore NYC much on the weekends but…
20191st Year AssociateSan FranciscoMergers and Acquisitionsgood culture. no face time in the office. work on live…technology within the firm could be better. internal…
20121st Year AnalystNew YorkGeneralist- Compensation
- Culture
- Learning…
- Lifestyle
- Upward mobility, up or out nature of…
20201st Year AnalystNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsReally great management. Feels like the firm knows where it…Not a lot of cons. PWP is a great place to work. I think…
2019InternLondonMergers and Acquisitions- People
- Compensation
- Atmosphere…
None that I can think of.

Deals are more…
2019InternNew YorkGeneralistGood hours with great networking opportunities among the…Sometimes events were a little bit overwhelming. You have…
2019InternLondon, UKInvestment Banking* Good summer analyst program (social events, etc)…* Very tough working hours

* Very German…
2018TraderNew YorkTradingRelatively good pay given the amount of work required. As…Management played too much politics instead of judging…
20191st Year AnalystLos AngelesMergers and AcquisitionsGenerally good work-life balance if not on a live deal,…Work flow is can be extremely variable, since it's a…
2019InternNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsVery strong pay above street, great deal flow with lean…Unpredictable hours with strict deadlines, at times…
20181st Year AssociateNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsGreat colleagues and respect for personal life, great gymn…Long hours at times. Could see more consistent deal flow.…

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