Russell Investments Review Data
9 total review submissions
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Seattle||N/A||Great Work/Life Balance, hands-off senior management.…||Outdated tech, poor communication through different…|
|2014||1st Year Analyst||Seattle||Mutual Funds||Fairly low stress environment and good team dynamics.…||People have been there a long time and get comfortable and…|
|2016||Intern||Seattle||Alternative Investments||Solid office, good people, access to leadership. Easy to…||Changes is ownership, headcount uncertainty. Not much…|
|2018||Intern||Seattle||Equity Research||The people were very nice and helpfful to interns. Other…||Not much sadness other the fact that Russell Investments…|
|2018||3rd+ Year Analyst||SEATTLE||Operations||Employee training programs for interns, company culture is…||Upper management has changed frequently, direction is not…|
|2017||Associate Consultant||Milwaukee||Wholesale||Great culture, distinctly West coast vibe. Strong…||Gap between old timers from the 'good old days'…|
|2015||Intern||Seattle||Corporate Finance||+ Great location downtown Seattle
+ Reputation in…
|- No parking paid for
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|2015||Intern||Seattle||Quantitative Research||-Very friendly people; fratty on the trading floor and…||-9-5 shop; too relaxed for some people
-More of a…
|2012||Intern||Seattle||Investments||Great people who understand how to work hard and play hard…||Very competitive compensation to the Street at lower to mid…|
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