Demanding work environment that brought out the best in yourself.
Director of Trading Regulations and Surveillance (Former Employee) – New york – 18 April 2017
Started at the bottom as a runner on the NYSE Floor and worked my way up in various positions and departments to become a Director of Regulation to maintain the integrity of the largest stock market in the world at the time I worked there. Learned more there about the inside workings of Wall Street then school would have at the time.
Employees work well together (like family). Fun place to work with restaurant and full bar in building.
Executive Assistant, Executive Offices (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 29 March 2017
Best job ever. Employees very friendly (like family). No stress even though we were busy. Everyone would pitch in to help each other out to make deadlines. Safe and secure place to work. Volunteer work as a group.
Great salary. Cafe, restaurant, bar on premises. Volunteer work available.
Vice President - Assistant Controller (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 12 April 2016
Not fair for me to provide a review of existing company as management as changed hands. NYSE Euronext was a great company to work for with many challenges but always seeking an efficient and effective work environment.
Lead PeopleSoft Administrator/Oracle DBA (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 15 March 2016
I had the opportunity to work on many different systems. There was a participated style management. My co-workers were good team players. Challenging myself everyday was the most enjoyable part of my job.
On-going projects keep the job challenging and rewarding
Intermediate Accountant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 7 January 2016
I accomplished my tasks with urgency and accuracy in a timely fashion. They were always recognized and rewarded. A typical day at work varies since accounting is on a cycle. Journal entries were prepared and uploaded to database by 5th business day. Adjustments and accruals made after P&L meeting. Account analyses and reconciliations performed. research any discrepancies. Fixed asset additions, retirements and roll forward.
High paced, stressful environment but very enjoyable and productive,
Desktop Operations Service Delivery Manager (Former Employee) – New York, New York – 5 March 2015
The NYX was a high paced and difficult environment to work within but the super talented people who I was fortunate enough to work with and the team that worked for me made the job and overall experience a 10.
SENIOR DEVELOPER (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 11 February 2015
I joined initially as a member of the Tools and Metrics team as a web developer. I was responsible for creating dynamic graphs which relayed information to the Exchange for the performance of the trading engines.
I then moved onto the Business Intelligence team and we created a highly configurable system to handle the fees across all markets. We utilised the Microsoft development tools and the system included SSIS, TSQL, SSRS, C# and components from DevExpress.
Quality Assurance Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 26 November 2014
Very intense , not much lunch breaks always on the go, challenging , fast past, constantly changing , requires very hard work that goes beyond regular working hours.Working for the NYSE ICE was intense. There was also a pool table and ping pong table
You have to pay for everything
No lunch breaks, one works and eat at the same time.
Employee (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 7 October 2014
It is an honor to work for NYSE. But after the acquisition of ICE, people are either jumping ship or nervous to lose their jobs. Morale is down, company direction is unknown. The future of the once large prestigious icon called NYSE is now at stake.
Fun but serious workplace with one of the most famous brand
Intern in the Global Marketing and Branding (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 7 March 2014
The importance of brand equity and customer engagement are the major marketing concepts I learned during my internship. My supervisors were all experienced marketing professionals who were also very friendly.
Senior Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 18 January 2014
I have always been proud of working at the New York Stock Exchange. From it's rich history of the Trading Floor to meeting dignitaries from far away countries, to rubbing elbows with professional sports members, movies stars and trending tech companies, you just never knew where your day would go. The CEO kept an open communication with the company across the board, made us all feel like we all were a part of what made the New York Stock Exchange what it is today. However, with it's recent acquisition, the moral has dropped, and everyone is in jeopardy of losing the jobs. The role of an Executive Assistant is slowly being dissolved.
Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 27 November 2013
NYSE Euronext has been a great company to work for. Management is very supportive and value the opinions and ideas brought up from all levels within the company. They push for the best work out of employees but still maintain a strong work/life balance.