Securities Processor Level (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 15 March 2017
Depending on which manager you get can make or break the experience. Over the span of the time I was employed, I had 2 managers. The first I really enjoyed working with, who supported her team. The second was the opposite where everyone fended for themselves, and the manager would not hire new employees to replace those who left. The remaining team had to take on the additional workload with no additional support.
Lots of days of overtime and late nights completing projects/assignments.
Asst. Vice President (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 February 2015
Citi is a great place to work due to global growth opportunities it offers. Lots of opportunity to grow & develop your skills in different businesses of Citi. Wonderful training program to enhance skills. However, Citi Canada revenue always under pressure due to global franchise revenue under lot of pressure.
Excellent Training Program
Revenue under lot of pressure due to other Citi global franchise not making enough revenue
Loan Officer/Branch Executive/Administrator (Current Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 21 December 2014
CitiFinancial is a fantastic place to work but the pay is very low. The training was incrediable and a very fun work environment. I am a single mom and I could not afford to stay working for CitiFinancial which makes me disappointed because the staff and training was amazing.
great training & learning, 9-7 hours a day, very fast pace, amazing staff.
low wages, 6mnths till you receive benefits that are expensive, breaks and lunches are hard to take and are frowned upon.
Junior Associate (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 11 November 2014
A typical day at Global Credit and Collection Corp. was, starting 8am till our breaks we'd have to be really focused with our calls. What Global has taught me was great communication skills and how to handle people who did not want to pay their bills. As for the management, the managers were very kind, but the supervisors were not so lenient. Co-workers were absolutely amazing, very friends and helpful. The hardest part of the job was to sit in one spot the entire day and just make phone calls.
Intermediate Operations/Client Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, Toronto – 10 November 2014
My career with CITI is a primary link for communication between representatives and the company. Working with people from diverse background and nationalities require high level of professionalism and confidentiality; I am able to exercise good judgment, initiative, tact and diplomacy.
My ability to work courteously and effectively with people, set priorities and meet deadlines has equipped me with the skills necessary to make a significant contribution and thrive in a fast paced environment.
A large global financial instiution which provided the opportunity to work abroad.
Senior Mutual Fund Accountant (Former Employee) – Mississauga ON – 6 November 2014
At this workplace, some NAVs were struck here but most were outsourced to India. The Fund Accountants in India had workflow deadlines to electronically submit the various reports to myself. I would then review and accept/reject the work submitted. They also prepared Pre-valuation packages. The Final NAVs were prepared here by our local staff.
Productive fun workplace with potential for great monthly bonus.
Senior Branch Account Executive (Current Employee) – Yorkton, SK – 11 October 2014
Main part of the job is selling personal loans and mortgages. Soliciting new and present customers to generate business. Challenging part is you have to make collection calls on past due accounts daily.
Customer service (Former Employee) – Downtown Montreal, QC – 29 September 2014
First thing of the day was log on and check my queues to see if I had change of plans that had to be processed. Would check up on previous days work on customer account to see if it was processed properly. Learned how to process plan changes for customer. did back up for accounting. Checked when customers made payments of over $10 000. Would check for NSF. My co workers were nice people and fun to be around with. When one of us had a problem we would all try to help out. The hardest part of the day was getting to work at 8 am and then finishing at 5pm. Winning employee of the Month twice was really nice and also to get a bonus.
Processing multimillion dollar securities for world renown financial groups around the globe. Providing customer service to various financial groups around the globe over the phone and E-media. Managing the team of eight with daily financial goals and providing solutions to achieve targets in most efficient manner. Managed day to day operations for the entire team and thoroughly going through daily operations to avoid errors. Attend management meetings to provide best solutions to managers regarding operations, employees, & day to day operations.
customer focused style of work, with various documentations.
Financial Service Representative (Internship) (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 July 2014
Disbursed funds for cash cheques, validate and verify clients personal and financial information, booked appointments with clients over phone calls on a day to day basis. Accountability and correct information is the key to financial sectors. After this intern-ship I have become more responsible towards the tasks that has been assigned and a habit of double checking has been developed. Co workers have been really helpful and they have guided me well through the entire course of the intern-ship. Hardest part of the job was employing security measures so that the funds are not being compromised. Any loss of funds, I was to be held responsible in that case. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting the cheques cashed as it was the easiest amongst all. Working Financial institutions can never be enjoyable for me.