Zions Bancorporation Review Data
11 total review submissions
|2019||3rd+ Year Analyst||San Diego||Commercial Banking||Great work culture. Solid pay and decent benefits. People…||Some managers weren't the best. Some office politics…|
|2021||Manager||Salt Lake City||Credit Risk||The overall stress level in Risk Management is low.…||Hours and expectations can be high relative to comp. I work…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Salt Lake City||Credit||Relaxed! Decent pay for a 9-5 job in finance. Pay isn'…||See low pay discussion in pros. Advancement seems slow, and…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||Salt Lake City||Risk Management||Comp is good for my experience level and working in retail…||Hours are tough. I work 60-80 hours a week, probably…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||Houston||Commercial Banking||Very happy, great work live balance. The Company does a…||Good formal credit training program, but the salary and…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||SALT LAKE CITY||Debt Capital Markets||Good company with good culture. very family oriented. The…||Pay could be better and insurance is not the greatest. 401k…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Los Angeles||Leveraged Finance||Great culture. Good people. Not too crazy. Office setup is…||Seems like limited upward mobility. Only 2/~100 people are…|
|2018||Assistant Vice President||Salt Lake City||Financial Planning and Analysis||My group has excellent culture. Work-life balance is very…||Bonuses are lower than at other banks. Management is very…|
|2018||Assistant Vice President||Salt Lake City||Corporate Finance||-Good work environment|
-Company is well-regarded in…
|-Benefits are horrible|
-Pay (mainly raises) could be…
|2014||Intern||Salt Lake City||Debt Capital Markets||Very family oriented group. All willing to help||Not much room for growth|
|2011||1st Year Analyst||Salt Lake City||Corp Finance||Family friendly schedule (generally 8-5 except at crunch…||Affiliate-managed instead of centrally managed which causes…|
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