I would have given zero or negative rating if that were an option.
The management is chaotic in that it went through multiple restructuring by merging its competitors with smaller sizes. The size of the company appears to be bigger but big clients kept leaving as they are really sick of the outdated systems and prone-to-error human extensive production processes. Moreover, employees get paid unfairly due to a lack of an uniform compensation structure after acquisitions. You might find the person sitting next to you who is doing exactly the same work as you but are paid 30% higher simply because he/she was merged from another company. Last but not least, the parent company, Bank of Toyko, forces a pretty strict budget onto the company, which means that you could be promoted with no pay raise. Annual pay raise is like a dream, and you could loss your job anytime.
Bottom line, if you are to get in, good luck.