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Credit Analyst (Current Employee), San Jose, CAApril 26, 2014
Pros: there still are people willing to mentor
Cons: compensation is not based on merit, but rather networking
The Culture here is pretty good. People are friendly and are willing to help you out when you have questions. Compensation is right on the median but there's quite a bit of room to grow. Don't expect outside credentials to help you too much. Experience over academics is the way to go for this Company. Work hard, but network harder because that's they way advances work here.
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Great company for someone in banking industry
Credit Analyst (Former Employee), palo alto, caMay 8, 2013
Bridge is a great company for someone in banking industry. It is a really great place.
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Mediocre work environment
Credit Analyst (Former Employee), San Jose, CAMay 8, 2013
Management and leadership could have been better, the team was a little disorganized. There was a general lack of direction.
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Credit Analyst III (Current Employee), San Jose, CAOctober 16, 2012
Small bank with easy access to management. Got to meet senior/executive easily. Other big banks you will never get to meet executive if you are a working bee.
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Financial Analyst/Relationship Manager (Former Employee), San Jose, CAMay 18, 2012
Pros: lots of experience and exposure to deal flow
Cons: poor management
Fast pace deals but disconnect between management and front line. Performance goes unnoticed, but managements favorites are recognized.