Compliance (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 18, 2014
Overall the company is great. Individual experience depends on the management team you have direct interaction with. Some are great and others make it a nightmare of a work environment. Opportunities aren't vast.
Trader (Current Employee), Houston, TX – June 12, 2014
Pros: room for advancement
Cons: health benefits
The regular workday is an adventure alway something going on. I was allowed to move the up ranks with the help and support of management they saw potentional in me. The hardest part of my job was making the decision of moving or not to Atlanta. I loved getting up in the morning and going to work, the work invornment and chemistry was awesome.
Good learning experience yet very Stressful Workplace
Technical Services Representative I (Former Employee), Houston, TX – February 22, 2014
Pros: great 401k, medical benefits
Cons: stressfull, short lunches
Invesco is a good company overall. However, the process for advancement is a slow process no matter how talented you are. I learned to be thorough. This job taught me a lot about mutual funds and the legal process of it. I was challenged with the Series 6 exam, which was a great achievement. The stress level for making a mistake was quite a lot to deal – more... with. One could make a technical mistake due to system error and still reap the backlash of that. So, as far as stress, that was a bit much to try and sleep with at night. – less
The place where I grew up. A great place to work with a lot of lovely people who were professional and supportive.
Client Finance Team Leader (Former Employee), Dublin, D – January 13, 2014
Pros: fast paced, learnt a lot, met soem of my best friends while working at this company who i still see regularly today.
Cons: work life balance
I grew up working in Invesco as I started when I was 18 and spent the best years of the Irish Tiger working with this growing company. i had so many opportunities when working with Invesco getting to see all aspects of Transfer Agency. I started as an administrator and was promoted several times until i reached management level and became team leader – more... of the Client Finance team, a role I enjoyed and felt I grew into very easily. It's from my time at Invesco where I realised people management was very important to me, i acquired many skills needed for running a productive, happy team. – less