Munkavállalói értékelés – Morgan Stanley
Opportunity to grow and develop
I started at Morgan Stanley in 2008 as an Operations analyst looking after Swiss and UK equity settlements. Working with tight daily deadlines and high pressure my task was to prioritize stock settlements in a market where short selling is commonplace and avoid Exchange fees whenever the firm faced such risk for non-delivery. After participating in the transitioning of this function to Chennai, India, I moved to Finance in 2010 where I got the opportunity to lead the swaps team reconciling brokerage invoices and keeping contact with offices around the globe, both internal and external. I transitioned over the FX reconciliation functions from New York myself, by traveling there and training my team of 3 in Budapest. My role expanded with month end close tasks, accounting and GL postings apart from daily contact keeping with Operations, Trading Assistants and broker contact maintenance. My team leader roles involved looking after a third team, too, safeguarding Commodities invoice payments, where I was in daily contact with traders to resolve issues apart from people management duties.
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Problem resolution, task prioritization, bilingual
Little verbal appreciation
I was there for almost 3 years, you have the possibility to learn a lot about huge software systems and enterprise software development practices (both good and bad). Your personal career and the way that can evolve only partially depend on you, it is 100% influenced by your manager and an MD level person. There are some unwritten rules in many groups which will not let you to get promoted despite the effort and results you put in.
good extra benefits
work life balance can be hard when you have to do releases in the weekend and it's not paid
Good place to work and to progress professionally, get good service from the Ann Arbor MI Huron group. Earnings pay my monthly withdrawal, and pays the fees while growing. I stay on top of my portfolio so I know what's going on. If I have questions they get answered. When the market is down of course I lose too, but it's unrealized loses. I don't get too worried as long as it eventually turns around. I'm in for the long haul, as long as this scenario keeps up.