US Bank Review Data

40 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
2022Student / Prospective MonkeyNew YorkFinancial SponsorsGreat experience! Was able to network with almost all in…Although I had real deal experience, I hoped to have even…
20221st Year AnalystCharlotteCorporate BankingHybrid office/WFH model. 3 day sin Office, 2 days WFH.…Training program is not very robust, week 8 and still have…
20211st Year AnalystHackensackAccountinggreat leadership, they want you to succeed. can ask anyone…no room to move up within company. learn a lot, but…
2020N/AChicagoDebt Capital MarketsNot many, this place had terrible salaries and even worse…Awful pay, zero 401k match until you were there for a year…
2020Assistant Vice PresidentMinneapolisCorporate BankingReally great upward trajectory for junior hires with an…More often than not the experienced talent that come…
20171st Year AnalystMinneapolisCommercial BankingDecent experience learning asset underwriting, friendly…No free coffee, limited advancement opportunities, very…
2020InternMilwaukeeLegalWork-life balance. Values interns and the remote…Doesn't appear to have a ton of room to lateral/go up…
20213rd+ Year AssociateNew YorkCorporate BankingVery chill work life balance. Overall business is good,…Can be pretty boring doing the same types of deals over and…
2021QuantCharlotteCredit RiskGreat WLB, opportunities to learn, great culture/…Pay could be a little higher, models used at banks are…
20211st Year AnalystchicagoDebt Capital Marketswork/life balance is decent and not client facing, lots of…the compensation is lacking compared to IB and you don’t…
20202nd Year AnalystCharlotteCorporate BankingHigh Client Exposure
Experience reviewing deals from…
Heavy hours during busy season
Low Pay
20212nd Year AnalystCharlotteCorporate BankingGreat group of people to work with. Everyone was very nice…The pay is low compared to the rest of the industry. Upward…
20003rd+ Year AnalystMinneapolisReal EstateSolid work life balance, reasonable senior management,…Credit culture can be a challenge, portfolio management…
20213rd+ Year AnalystminneapolisTreasuryGood company with a great work life balance. Pay is below…pay is lower than other banks and the annual CCAR stress…
20202nd Year AnalystLondonSecuritizationWas in a close knit team with a good team environment,…Unfortunately the role is quite repetitive, although the…
20182nd Year AssociateMinneapolisReal EstateLarge young group of UW “classes.” Very little real stress…No opportunity to grow. Not a CRE job but a banking/…
20202nd Year AnalystMilwaukeeAlternative InvestmentsFun working in a team environment
Office was fairly…
Not much room for upwards career progression
Can…
20191st Year AnalystMilwaukeeAlternative InvestmentsFantastic work/life balance
- Solid benefits…
- Weak training
- Not much upper mobility…
2020InternNew YorkPrivate Wealth ManagementVery happy - great for sophomore year students and will…No bad feedback about Recruitment Process but work may not…
20181st Year AnalystDenverCorporate BankingOverall alright, you get good exposure to oil and gas and…Overall alright, you get good exposure to oil and gas but…
2016Operations AnalystSt. LouisOperationsThe people in the office were all, for the most part, nice…Advancement is very limited, the work is monotonous,…
20181st Year AnalystMinneapolisCorporate BankingGreat work-life balance and flexibility. Most weeks we work…Because the bank is picky about who they choose to have as…
2019InternChicagoSyndicationsDefinitely a great company to work for. Higher-ups have…The prestige is not currently there with the firm even…
20181st Year AnalystSpokaneReal EstateBeing able to build a network with PERE firms while working…None yet. Only been here about a year. If I'm forced…

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Commercial Banking

Est Annual Revenue:
$100m+