Raymond James Financial Inc. Review Data
107 total review submissions
|2009||1st Year Analyst||Memphis||Debt Capital Markets||Firm provided a good regional investment banking operation…||Firm was in a growth mode coming out of the Great Recession…|
|2014||Intern||Virginia (don't want to disclose firm due to small town)||Generalist||I worked for a small, independent Raymond James firm. This…||Because it was such a small company and I was not part of a…|
|2009||Trader||Memphis||Debt Capital Markets||Great leadership, Fixed Income group is outstanding, not…||Compensation is below street, not many upward movement opps…|
|2013||2nd Year Associate||St. Petersburg||Other||Location||Other stuff|
|2013||Intern||Newport Beach||Stanton & Castleton||I would rather list.
- great work environment…
|I would rather list.
|2013||1st Year Analyst||New York||Investment Banking||Great place to get good deal experience while working in a…||Limited ability for exit opportunities as compared to bulge…|
|2012||Operations Analyst||Southfield||Private Banking||-Decent reputation
|-work environment can be slow
-not a lot of chances…
|2006||1st Year Analyst||St. Petersburg||Investment Banking||Great work/life balance investment bank. Family oriented.…||You pay for work/life balance in below average comp. Still…|
|2012||Financial Advisor||Macomb||Private Banking||Overall, this is a broker dealer that has become the…||The trainee program for a new FA has goals that seem a…|
|2010||1st Year Analyst||San Francisco||Investment Banking||The compensation was good for a boutique and I felt very…||There was poor feedback about performance and a lack of…|
|3rd+ Year Analyst||Technology||The Boston office is the place to be. The senior guys there…||The pay is horrendous on the junior levels relative to…|
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