Job duties as an Investigator and Treasury Operatiosn Analyst
Investigator/Claims Analyst (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 23, 2017
Perform transaction processing, portfolio administration on high value complex transactions and also responsible for submitting supportive documentation of the problem/claim, how it was corrected and the responsible party of the claim.
Challenging in a good way. Drawback it required 55 plus hous weekly to get the job done.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – May 22, 2017
This job allowed me to be a part of there software conversion team. Therefore no training offered. I learned by trial and error. I paid for my own SQL course which helped. I am passionate about data management and always willing to learn new ways to mainstream.
Vice President Sales/Business Development (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 21, 2017
The Bank of New York Mellon is an outstanding financial services company. The company has an excellent management team and offers opportunities for personal professional growth to all who are willing to put in the work
Typical Large company regarding tight structure and decision making
General Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – May 20, 2017
- Data entry - Scanning files into computer - Searching for customer loans - learned how to use excel and word - Stock room pulling files and organizing Management didn't really seem to care about temps or how they were doing, I would feel ignored and like they would only look down on me.
Company undergoing revenue stress so currently in midst of cost cutting.
Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 15, 2017
Management having difficulty generating revenue so engaged in extreme cost cutting, including staff layoffs and relocation of jobs outside NY. Company lacks energy among workforce and provides limited opportunities to advance..
Limited pros for this company at this time under current executive management.
Poor working environment leading to unengaged workforce.
Corporate Trust Administrator (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 11, 2017
I have learned a great deal about the financial services industry and how to manage over 1,100 accounts with clients across the world. I am now able to process an analyze wires for clients internally within the bank as well as externally to other banks. A typical day of work starts with sending out corporate actions, responding to uninvested cash, processing wires, billing, checking for overdrafts, communicating with Client Service Managers in New York, as well as clients to complete tasks. The management within my team is great. All of the section managers and team leads are extremely helpful when I have a question about the task at hand. The culture in the workplace is terrific. I have a great working relationship with the people I work with in New York and Pittsburgh. The hardest part of the job is getting in touch with people on other teams to resolve issues that the client has. With the accounts being available to so many people, it makes it difficult to keep track of the activity in the accounts and solve some issues.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, pa – May 10, 2017
I did like my workplace up to a certain point. It was formerly PFPC, Inc which I loved and then was taken over by PNC Global Investments. That was okay too. But in 2013 Bank of NY Mellon bought out PNC and many changes took place. While I embrace change to keep things fresh and helps you grow and develop skills along the way, the outsourcing was a very difficult concept to grasp. I survived two corporate takeovers, one outsourcing and did not survive the last outsourcing round. Both jobs (entire department) went to India.
benefits, co workers
no work/life balance, no flexibility with work hours
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh – May 9, 2017
Learned a lot during my time here and a lot about the financial industry. I also learned the importance of account management and reconciliation. Excel was a big part of my daily work load so continued my knowledge of excel.