Young and vibrant place to work with plenty of challenges
Investments/Treasury Division UK Business Analyst (Former Employee) – UK – 6 November 2017
-Team spirit -Fun and rewarding -Busy with daily deadlines of trading deals to be met -challenging and fast paced -learned a lot about the banks databases and IT skills -diverse workplace -everyone including management worked together as a team there was no hierarchy or too many chiefs etc which encouraged the best out of staff as everyone was treated the same which in return resulted in more productivity from staff.
Scanner & Digital Documenter - (Former Employee) – Bournemouth – 5 November 2017
I would only go and work at this establishment if it was the last place to work on the planet, seriously. It provided me with very little, only how not to behave as a human or as an employer. I couldnt wait to get out the door at five oclock, the whole experience was traumatic and painful.
Internship (Former Employee) – Edinburgh – 11 September 2017
A typical day at work would consist of organising colleagues and events together. Also taking care of very important shares, it is a very professional environment and you must be willing to follow instructions with quality and assurance
JPMorgan looks after its employees, with mobilility at heart for those that wish to move on within the complany. The management support their team members with respect and continue to improve the working environment.
Client Reporting Analyst (Former Employee) – London – 28 August 2017
Office vibe was super friendly and professional. Learned so much about the UK financial world. Management were young and funky. The culture was very diverse and lots of interesting people work there. The number crunching was a bit boring at times, but the office banter kept everyone feeling upbeat and like we were all part of a family!
Stressful, long hours, hard work, not great management and very cut throat, it can be fairly sociable. all teams seem to be different depending in what field yo work. Pay is very good but you do have to work hard for it
AVP (Current Employee) – Edinburgh – 20 August 2017
Fast paced, fund accounting based work, challenging and great for those with a mind for figures. The culture is very make dominated which can be challenging as a woman. You need to have a thick skin and be an effective decision maker.
JPMorgan employees are very well looked after. Employees have the ability to further your career and receive total support from line managers.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Canary Wharf, Greater London – 16 August 2017
I enjoyed working at JPMorgan for 14 years. I made many friends both in the UK and globally. The position I held gave me a huge amount of experience and was very rewarding. JPMorgan taught me to be assertive, attention to detail and confidence in working alongside teams and senior executives.
Yearly bonus, free private health care, dental care plan, discounts on social activies e.g. theatre, concerts, family days out, restaurants and hotels.
Fun Place to work with good people and a good work life balance.
Vice President of QA Manager of MENA (Former Employee) – Canary Wharf, Greater London – 15 August 2017
Developed my KYC/AML SME knowledge during a massive remediation project, on the back of a Cease and desist order from the OCC. First 2 years were fast past and a big learning curve especially on Foreign Corresponding Banking requirements. We Recruited over a 100 people locally and over a 1000 globally, there was lots of training and developments. Our role was a mixture of Advisory and file reviews of our High Risk FCB relationships. The people were a good team all being new members we were all in the same place.
In the 3rd year we were just reviewing files mainly with less advisory
I worked very closely with the Technical side of the J.P Morgan in Bournemouth giving me a vital insight into the world of work and the amount of work and accuracy it may entail. The J.P. Morgan work experience developed my soft skills as well as taught me the best way to interact with the customers, it also allowed me to fully understand what I am capable of which was much more significant than I originally thought.