Blackrock Portfolio Analytics Group vs. JP Morgan Private Bank

Lovely-bird1
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Can anyone give me feedback about the choice between these two offers? Thanks!

Comments (10)

Feb 25, 2015

For what

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Feb 26, 2015

Did BlackRock extend an offer to you?

Feb 27, 2015

Yes.

Feb 26, 2015

PAG is a back office role but might be one of the best back office role on the street. You will get exposed to its Aladdin platform, which is used extensively in some other firms as well.
JP AM is divided into WM, PB, and IM. As such, PB is considered the second best choice under JP AM. I would go with JP PB.

Mar 1, 2015
KingKongVodka:

PAG is a back office role but might be one of the best back office role on the street. You will get exposed to its Aladdin platform, which is used extensively in some other firms as well.

JP AM is divided into WM, PB, and IM. As such, PB is considered the second best choice under JP AM. I would go with JP PB.

also kind of depends on what your role in AM is :P rather be an investor @ the PB than some mid-officey (and maybe some other roles) at the AM side

Mar 3, 2015

It's definitely front of the office investor role.

Mar 3, 2015
KingKongVodka:

PAG is a back office role but might be one of the best back office role on the street. You will get exposed to its Aladdin platform, which is used extensively in some other firms as well.

JP AM is divided into WM, PB, and IM. As such, PB is considered the second best choice under JP AM. I would go with JP PB.

My old firm used Aladdin. It is a shitty platform. Just sayin'.

"Give me a fucking beer", Anonymous Genius

Mar 1, 2015

Is the PAG role for an analyst role or associate?

Mar 3, 2015

Analyst role

Mar 3, 2015

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