Majority of employees are from Ivy league institutes, very competitive culture with focus on quality of product. Working hours are crazy and the management is very demanding and ambitious in terms of deadlines. However great learning exposure and if you are willing to go beyond your work duties, the senior manager does acknowledge hard work and would adequately reward you.
Work at Goldman Sachs is fast paced, competitive, but very rewarding. You will get to work with a team of individuals who bring different skills and view points to the table, but will also be backed by a vertical system of management who will give you ample opportunity to grow. You have to step forward, take initiative and learn. I love the social responsibility initiatives that the company has. Overall, I really enjoyed my time there and learned a lot.
Worked with Data Management Team in Bangalore to perform data collection, data quality assurance and reporting functions to senior management for key divisional projects
Facilitated entitlement process for corporate and institutional clients to access GS research via various third party platforms
Worked on mapping files to ensure data quality through maintenance of monthly readership reports of various vendor platforms- Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg, FactSet and Capital IQ
In eclerx, I was in a rate management team. Working on GMI system, Docs, Charge plan calculation.
JP Morgan, Was working in a LEI process.
Gemini, Worked in a Bills payable/Bills Receivable process
GTL, Worked as a aMIS co-ordinator.
Good place to work. Great learning opportunity. Awesome work culture. Wonderful place for people eager to learn new things. Management is ready to hear the concerns of employees. Good exposure to markets and other teams. Helps socialising and centralising of work.
Work life balance is a problem. Growth is difficult to get. Lot is depended on the management perception about you. I was an intern, most of the office politics was not applicable to me but i could see the culture and environment.