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30+ days ago

Quantitative Analyst

MSCI Norman, OK

RESPONSIBLITIES:The candidate will have opportunity to work on innovative financial models, for pricing as well as risk management, utilizing the… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

EMEA Head of ESG Research

MSCI London, NA

The EMEA Head of ESG Research will be responsible for managing a team of ESG analysts in multiple cities in the EMEA region currently London, Paris… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Client Consultant - IPD

MSCI London, NA

1. Contributing to salesMaximising renewal rates and generating leadsMonitor and communicate clients existing level of take up, identifying… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Mortgage Risk Analytics Model Validation Specialist

MSCI Budapest, NA

for ensuring that MSCI market-leading analytics continue to provide clients exceptional analytics quality and sophistication. The members of the… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Quantitative ESG Analyst

MSCI New York, NY

include: developing and maintaining forensic accounting risk model; managing multiple sets of unique ESG timeseries data; supporting clients in their… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Senior Risk Management Analytics Sales Specialist

MSCI Frankfurt, NA +2 locations

Manage the whole sales cycle - develop new business opportunities (client visits, prospecting, cold calling, floor walks etc), senior level… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Infrastructure Project Manager

MSCI London, NA

As part of a global team, the Infrastructure Project Manager will need to develop and maintain productive working relationships with infrastructure… Ivy Exec

19 days ago

Key Client ETF Marketing Manager

MSCI New York, NY

Serves as the America s Index Business Unit s (BMU) principal point of contact for our key clients, including iShares and partners with the Global… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Wealth Advisory Relationship Manager

MSCI San Francisco, CA

will include, but will not be limited to:Expand awareness and use of MSCI indexes, including investment products based upon our indexes.Develop… Ivy Exec

11 days ago

ESG Research Sales Specialist

MSCI London, England

The companys flagship product offerings are: the MSCI indexes with approximately USD 8 trillion estimated to be benchmarked to them on a worldwide… eFinancialCareers

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Berkeley, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Berkeley, CA (US)

    I have been working at MSCI full-time


    Used to be collegial and respectful. Maybe it's going back to that in some areas but not very consistent. Pay ok but not very competitive.


    Terrible team dynamics. A lot of jungle like extreme guarding, in largely aloof settings. Loads of long-term secrecy and targeting. Even king and queen-bee designates thoughout the offices. Often hard to just do a consistent meeting. Groups can be challenging to keep. software development scattered for a mostly software firm. Culture clashes and downright tyrannical upper management. Career Paths can be nebulous at best, unless one is responsible for controlling unit budget. This means if your work can be out-soourced or held to minimum wage gain, it will be. The managers, no matter how competent, are encouraged and even rewarded to do that. And in strange ways over years. So it's not surprising that the labor force very troubled. And not supported very much. Meetings are mostly for going through the motions. With often uninformed members who just stay around for the next party. Nothing wrong with socializing for team building, but we can do a lot more work. Even basic office processes create tension, with a kind of lazy, moody Facilities direction. Newer groups, like some of clients from recently acquired firms, can easily get just bewildered by a lack of professionalism. Dialogues absolutely not two way streets.

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    Keep trying for more definition and clearer goals. With measurable results. This can probably best be done by spending more time with not just the protected officers but employees at large. Find the truly motivated and stable senior AND junior staff.

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