Standard and Poors Review Data

29 total review submissions

Year Position Location Group/Division Overall
2019 1st Year Analyst New York Credit Risk Great hours, friendly office environment, formal credit… -pay is less than market, bonus differentiation relative to…
2020 Intern New York Financial Services The team at S&P Global seems very nice and down to… I have not started the role yet so I am not sure what I…
2018 Intern New York, NY, USA Risk Management fantastic group, people are very friendly, not a lot of… Not a lot of upward mobility. I worked as an intern but i…
2019 Investment Analyst New York Credit Risk great work life balance, easy hours, credit ratings really… awful tech platforms and processes. I think the job not…
2020 Other Chicago Consulting S&P Global is a great company with great leadership and… Acquisitions can lead to slow integration. Internal…
2019 3rd+ Year Associate New York Credit Good work life balance, good learning potential, client… Low complexity and volume of work, little upward mobility…
2018 Associate Director New York Credit Risk Good work life balance, not many late nights or weekends.… Pay is not competitive with banks. Company is very focused…
2018 2nd Year Associate New York Research * Great work life balance

* Friendly…
* Limited advancement opportunities

*…
2018 1st Year Analyst Paris Credit Risk Great benefits, low hours, lots of opportunties to learn,… sadly the office is quite ugly and that is very dislikable…
2017 2nd Year Associate Chicago Credit Easy work life balance. In the office by 9 and out by 5 on… Credit analysis is not terribly challenging. Primarily rate…
2018 Intern Singapore Investment Banking The people were really nice and friendly, helpful when you… The office lacks young people so the atmosphere might be…
2018 2nd Year Associate New York Industrials Work life balance and ability to telecommute are major pros… Management is very unclear regarding requirements…
2017 3rd+ Year Analyst New York Credit Risk * Hours are pretty good

* Direct access…
* Reputation is poor, exit opps are difficult
2017 1st Year Associate Chicago Leveraged Finance Work Life Balance
Access to C-level executives at…
Hard to advance based on Merit. Promotions given mainly…
2018 N/A New York N/A Very kind employees willing to help interns and… Very strict 9-5 work culture (maybe a positive in the eyes…
2017 Intern New York Credit Risk I thought the work life balance was great given the… At some points, workload in summer could be slow. Think…
2017 1st Year Analyst New York Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) The work is generally pretty easy and relatively… Could see working here longterm becoming boring, very…
2017 1st Year Analyst New York Credit Risk The work is interesting and the work life balance is really… Not much room for exit opportunities. The company really…
2016 Analyst New York Debt Capital Markets 9 to 5 hours, collegial environment, exposure to C-level… High administrative burden due to increasing regulations,…
2015 Intern London Credit Risk Great balance work-personal life. People rarely work long… Pay is not in line with other firms in the City + bonuses…
2013 Summer Associate Intern New York Credit Risk It's a great company with a great culture. Everyone… Growth and exit opportunities are extremely limited. You…
2012 3rd+ Year Analyst Toronto Credit Risk Good work life balance
Low stress work
Very little upward momentum
Arbitrary pay increases/…
2013 1st Year Analyst New York Other Very great place to work, good management which is very… Not enough room for advancement from an intern. Should work…
2013 Assistant New York Analytics S&P has a strong brand in that it is the most respected… Not terribly challenging, so the knowledge that you can…

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