Brookfield Infrastructure Toronto

Curious to see if anyone had any info on Brookfield's infra group in Toronto, more specifically anything around culture, hours and general investment process. If anyone has gone through interviews with them I'd also be interested to hear what the general recruiting structure is like (number of interviews, case studies, model tests, etc.). Anything would be greatly appreciated!

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  • Associate 1 in PE - LBOs
Oct 11, 2020 - 10:13pm

Generally, as they are a Toronto firm, they have a lot of Canadians who've never left the country;   This often leads to a close minded and insecure culture - not just for them, but also for anyone who's not Altas/Onex (aka who has a name that's actually strong). If you are from Latam, you will do fine. Otherwise, it would be good if you are Canadian (hint hint... the type that won't get the question - but where are you really from). That being said, deal experience is good and you can exit after.

 
  • Associate 1 in IB - Ind
Dec 17, 2020 - 8:53pm

this is by far the most xenophobic stupid take ive seen on WSO in the last year and i was on the thread where someone existentially asked about the purpose of making money and why everyone in finance  doesn't just donate to broad humanitarian causes

Both the US and Canada are multicultural, both have a fair share of immigrants. If anything there is probably more displacement within Canada at the C-suite level with people of color / sex, etc

 
  • Analyst 3+ in IB - Ind
Dec 17, 2020 - 2:55am

I hear all-in comp for an Associate 1 at Brookfield is 180-200K CAD. Unless you're Canadian would say it's generally not worth it, even without taking the exchange rate into account (if you do it, it's a very middling 138-155K USD after exchange rate, not sure how taxes work for a non-Canadian either but think Toronto taxes are pretty high). In the US that's less than most banks' 2nd year analyst comp all-in

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