Raymond James Financial Inc. Review Data
107 total review submissions
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||Investment Banking||Was a good experience, great guys office could be better,…||Lotta hours - like all groups it depends on the team...…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Pittsburgh||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Generally good culture (although group dependent). Strong…||Variation in workload and quality deal flow dependent on…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Good environment with people that genuinely want you to be…||Obviously long hours which cut in to your ability to have a…|
|2009||Research Associate||St. Petersburg||Real Estate||RayJay has a great company culture. Everyone is invested…||No asshole policy leaves something to be desired. Some bad…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Washington||Investment Banking||Great company, definitely growing in the IB field, team was…||Not too many, small team which makes the work a bit more…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||N/A||The company has good Work/Life Balance. The people actually…||Not too many cons. The comp is probably slightly below…|
|2019||Intern||Tampa||Equity Capital Markets||Great people, very humble and willing to learn.
|Just internship - hasn't started yet. Location is a…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||St. Petersburg||Real Estate||Experience varies a lot by group. I was fortunate to be in…||Worked with some unfortunate people my first year,…|
|2019||Intern||St. Petersburg||Trading||Pretty decent, love the team; fun group. Learned a lot and…||Some of the work was very mundane which I didn’t like. The…|
|2018||Intern||New York||Fixed Income||Generally kind people, never had any major issues. Fun to…||Only problem was that everyone there was old af and advised…|
|2017||3rd+ Year Analyst||Boston||Investment Banking||Technology & Services group is fast moving and highly…||The work-life balance can be difficult at times and the…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||Nashville||Industrials||• Sold deal flow
• Good exposure to management…
|• long hours when deals are live
• regional culture…
|2017||Research Associate||Houston||Energy||Access to high level personnel at covered companies. Access…||Poorly structured department. Compensation reflects tenure…|
|2019||3rd+ Year Analyst||Tampa||Investment Research||Excellent work life balance and relatively laid back…||Mediocrity at its finest. Glass ceilings prevent any true…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||San Francisco||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||The culture promotes a very flexible work schedule.
|slower deal flow depending on the group
|2019||Other||St. Petersburg||Generalist||Strong culture, good leadership team, stable organization…||Slow to move on strategic priorities in an effort to…|
|2017||Intern||Toronto||Generalist||- Senior banker exposure
- Extremely friendly and…
|- Lack of a formal training program (reliance on junior…|
|2018||Intern||Miami||Private Wealth Management||Pros
|2017||2nd Year Analyst||Toronto||Generalist||Great culture and team. Most senior bankers are reasonable…||Long hours coupled with low salary and bonuses even during…|
|2019||Intern||Raleigh||Financial Institutions Group (FIG)||The office I worked in was smaller, which was pretty nice.…||Comp not as high as you would get at some other high…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Nashville||Healthcare||Live in Nashville, good MDs, deal flow is okay, people are…||Not as much of banking culture in Nashville as compared to…|
|2018||Investment Analyst||Saint Petersburg||Investment Research||Generally good work life balance and generally low stress…||Mediocrity is rife through the company. Very little room…|
|2017||3rd+ Year Associate||Atlanta||Investment Banking||Growing bank with a strong work life balance relative to…||Still have very long hours, given the industry we're…|
|2017||2nd Year Associate||St Louis||Generalist||Strong culture, but slow work pace. Very strong executive…||Nothing I would say is major. I think it's important…|
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