Technical Lead (Former Employee), Washington, DC – February 6, 2013
FXOPS is Credit Suisse’s global back office processing system. It is an intranet-based application which automates the confirmation and settlement process for 11 financial products within the following categories
Vice President (Former Employee), NY – March 7, 2014
Financial Operations lead specialist with a strong working knowledge of the financial industry. Managed day-to-day processing, project management and analyzing business requirements. Focus on process improvements creating operational efficiencies and controlling cost. Grow business through strong customer relationships and new product development. Consistently – more... exceed the year end goals in customer service satisfaction. – less
Enjoyable place to work but the RTP branch loses the Investment Banking atmosphere
Cash Equity Domestic Sales Support Analyst (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – February 27, 2014
Pros: managers, intelligent co-workers
I worked at Credit Suisse for two and a half years. I enjoyed my time here and I had great managers in the two roles that I had. However, this branch (RTP) is considered a 'Center of Excellence', which essentially means they lower the compensation to streamline the business. This isn't a problem, however, as moves into management positions are quite – more... common.
My managers and co-workers were great. The hours can be long, but the work is fulfilling and there is a lot of room for advancement. – less
Production Assistant (Former Employee), New York, NY – February 27, 2014
Pros: good benefits
Cons: short lunch breaks
Created, designed and edited presentations using latest software, I learned to work as a team member with management and co workers The hardest part of the day was when work was slow, I like to keep busy. The most enjoyable part of my day was near closing time, I like it when I am able to complete all of my work assignments.
Company continuously strives to create an atmosphere of personal acceleration both career-wise and health. They offer multiple workshops and amenities that enable an employee to continuously learn and challenge themselves to get to the next level in their career.
AVP Technology Training (Current Employee), New Yorrk, NY – February 16, 2014
BV is a nice company to start out with but they will definitely work you harder than the pay they offer. I've seen people fired just for making too much money, so there is not much stability. This comes from their startup days in which they were paying less for people.
Strong team player,creative analyst,very high communicativeness ,problem solver, attended to details, hard-working and conscientious,good sense of humor. Ability to communicate Essentials information in a simple and understandable way.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), New York, NY – January 29, 2014
Pros: excellent benefits, competitive salary, healthcare, gym and dry cleaners on site
Credit Suisse was an amazing place to work. They support employee growth and development and were willing to promote from within.
The department I worked in was well organized and shared team oriented goals. Their were no egos; it was just as easy to have a conversation with a Managing Director as it was another Executive Assistant.
Credit Suisse – more... was a great place to work and I would recommend to anyone looking for employment. – less
Global organisation going through continouos improvement
BusinessTransformation and Change Management Lead (Current Employee), Singapore, S00 – January 21, 2014
Pros: develop competencies, global exposure
Credit Suisse offer great opportunities for those who are interested being part of a fast growing and chaning organisation. It is a dynamic organisation where you can proactively (and it is expected) approach transformation programme and become involved to build your skills and competencies. Being involved in the development of the organisation offers – more... great incentives in the sense of your profile, being involved in programmes, and building a strong network. – less