TAP Advisors Review Data
6 total review submissions
|2018||1st Year Analyst||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Generally very good culture
Office location is…
|Hours can be long + unpredictable at times
|2018||2nd Year Analyst||New York||Investment Banking||Steep learning curve, great learning experience for juniors…||- Negative culture; MDs unchecked in their behaviour toward…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Generalist||The company pays at the same market rate for other…||Smaller sized bank which allows more supervision of…|
|2017||1st Year Analyst||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Unique place - not for everyone. But if you succeed…||Unique place - not for everyone. If you fail to win…|
|2014||N/A||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Great team. David Lowham is a rockstar in the tower space.…||Small shop with very high intensity. Junior bankers…|
|2013||3rd+ Year Associate||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Great exposure to all aspects of transactions, get to see…||Being a boutique deal flow is not as robust as a bulge…|
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