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Great place to grow and develop as a young professional; works with very notable, high profile, and reputable Canadian clients . Very team-oriented culture. Management open and very approachable — both with respect to day-to-day operations and with to long-term growth initiatives.
Take on harder funds and be willing to do hard works, you'll have your fair shares in the company. Don't get lazy if you work is easy, go learn other funds and try different things
Easy to learn
could be too relaxing if your team does not have hard tasks
If you like getting the feeling of being punched in the face every day, you should consider a job at CIBC. The experience will be full of regret, threats and constant abuse. Being at CIBC feels like a family of starving hyena that are waiting for you to get sick so they can feed off your corpse. Getting this job will make you feel good 1% and a piece of flying garbage manure that fell from the sky 99%.
Faced paced environment that requires multitasking. Not a bad environment to work in. Always learning on the job, good back office help. Friendly management. Customer service is essential, face to face client meetings as well as over the phone.
CIBC is a good place to start but provides almost no room for advancement. Systems are out-of-date and new management has brought inconsistencies in expectations of our role and work is not valued. Good benefits, pay is not competitive, would not stay here long term.
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My job can be very busy and fast paced but it is very exciting and it feels amazing to help people reach their financial goals. CIBC gives great support to their staff to ensure they can work productively and enjoy their work atmosphere.
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In one word, they do not value their employees. I got into a car accident and they decided to get rid of me. No ethics whatsoever, the management was also horrible.