It's a great place to work but it's not for everyone. While working at Dynamic I learned a lot about the mutual fund industry and how gained a better understanding of how the funds are structured and being managed. Most of my Co-workers were great and pretty much shared a few common interest. Everyone's friendly and always ready to help you when needed. The managers are always open to hearing your comment on how the team can improve overall.
Lunch and Learn, and Continuing Education
Very strict with time due to incoming calls. Remember we work in a 15 minutes block.
Client Administrator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 September 2015
It's a mutual fund company that was bought over by Scotia Bank a while ago. The work hours are they typical 7.5 and they pay overtime. Our department is busiest during RRSP,and that's when the work days are usually longer.
Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Montreal – 23 June 2015
I enjoyed working there. Great team work. excellent management team. Fun atmosphere, and positive attitudes President and management team make you feel right at home. They provide great feedback to help you excel work life balance is hard to achieve . you are required to stay at work for long hours
Client Administration Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 March 2014
A regular 9-5 job in the financial district. The management is very understanding with their employees' work/life balance. They trust their employees know what they are doing. The co-workers are very helpful. The hardest part of the job is making third-party phone calls to acquire required information in processing requests and not getting that info.
TTC accessible, very close to a lot of stores due to location (downtown)
long commute, too many people in the subway during rush hours
Investment Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 February 2014
A standard day was coming into the office and getting a coffee and getting straight to email and messages. Getting your updates on the market and then moving on to the sales sheet to see the sales from the day before.
From there you had to manage your lists and get you contacts done for the day.
The hardest part of the job is making sure you're and spreading yourself to thin and doing too many project but getting none of them done. Focus is key.
The most enjoyable part of the job was watching the sales come in from the hard work that you put into the job.