Point72 Review Data
44 total review submissions
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||Central||Quantitative Research||- Good Colleagues, highly talented and in generall keeps…||- Minimal Core technology team, developer times are spent…|
|2020||Engineer||New York||Research||Lots of freedom to innovate, work on projects that interest…||Pay seems low relative to front office, although research…|
|2020||Intern||Stamford||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Really great culture, everyone was willing to talk to the…||I can't really think of any cons, as I had a great…|
|2020||Intern||New York||Equities||Great training. They care about your development and…||Decent amount of work, but nothing extreme. Lots of…|
|2020||Research Analyst||New York||Quantitative Research||Worked in Cubist as a summer intern.
Small PM team.…
|You need to initiate your own project idea. This is both…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||The whole experience was amazing since I first joined the…||It can sometimes be stressful and the hours can sometimes…|
|2020||Intern||New York||Equity Research||* One-on-one feedback from investment professionals…||- Long working hours. If you don't love L/S equity it…|
|2019||Vice President||Boston||Global Data||there was much flexibility in terms of work choices and…||Returns were not meeting expectations. We were paid to be…|
|2018||Intern||New York||Generalist||Best of the best, it’s really competitive, but they are…||Top notch company overall, but other interns are every…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Investments||Top notch facilities, everything you could think of. A lot…||A lot of hours, extremely fast paced. Be prepared to…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||New York||Equity Research||Great learning experience, good interaction with PMs, and…||Stressful as expected, a lot of competition for the best…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Investment Research||The company has a litany of extremely ambitious individuals…||The culture can be stressful at times - people expect you…|
|2018||Quant||Paris||Quantitative Research||Leadership on projects and innovation, the brilliant team…||The variability of projects can trigger boring ones and…|
|2019||Intern||Chicago||N/A||Had a great time w/company and no problems with people at…||Had a great time w/company and no problems with people at…|
|2018||Research Analyst||new york||Quantitative Research||Being a reputable name in the industry, the company enjoys…||Lack of synergy. Strong PM culture means resources are…|
|2018||Intern||New York||N/A||Worked with very smart people and they were willing to…||There could be more basic training for interns with not too…|
|2018||Intern||New York||N/A||Flat structure and a place to learn quickly. There’s a…||Due to the silo structure, people don’t tend to talk to…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Investment Research||- Casual environment
- Very meritocratic, from the…
|- Bad hours
- Steep learning curve
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||Quantitative Research||The company pay you well, lots of learning opportunity,…||the hours is quite long and competition is fierce,…|
|2017||1st Year Analyst||New York||Generalist||The people are very nice and supportive of your development…||Sometimes looking at equities gets monotonous. Another…|
|2018||Assistant Vice President||New York||Investment Research||top HF with good reputation
|politics within teams.
managers dont know stuff…
|2018||Investment Analyst||Hong Kong||Equity Research||Great platform to work. Well supported by sell-side and…||Too strict risk on risk management. Hard to generate…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||NEW YORK||Debt Capital Markets||Great company, good culture, reasonable hours. Have…||The company is old school, not very willing to invest in…|
|2018||2nd Year Analyst||New York||Equity Research||Work with real talents, good pay, reasonable working hours…||Owner quite bad reputation , colleagues in other hedge…|
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