Associate Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 30, 2015
Great place to get credit analysis experience. Some analysts are really great with providing direction, others sometimes don't want to take the time. Work live balance is not bad and the culture is usually relaxed. Best to get the experience and move on; if you're looking for a place that will promote or advance, the chances are pretty slim. Moody's definitely hires more outside of the firm than promoting from within.
Assistant Vice President (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 10, 2015
The company went from having a collegial, affirming work environment to being contentious and back-biting. As corporate revenue mushroomed, staff reshuffling and managerial indifference seemed to increase as well. Management would boast of the company's success and the size of the IT budget, and at the same time be very stingy when it came to training, development tools, and workstations. One thing they did well was to allow for work from home. I felt that their technology was plagued by indecisiveness and a culture of inertia.
located in lower manhattan. robust business model.
Operations Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 22, 2014
Generate detailed financial and operational projections via Excel (i.e. revenue per region and product, expenses per headcount, expenses per department and project, capital expenditures) Prepares and analyzes financial and tax accounts according to prescribed rates, laws, and regulations Compiles productivity, compliance and profit/loss reports Quantitative analysis with regression and what-if scenarios Analyzes records of operations, trends and costs, estimated and realized revenues, administrative commitments, and obligations incurred. Develops, installs, and maintains reporting systems that provide control of tax expenditures.
Enjoyed working with such great people, they taught me alot.
Senior Product Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 7, 2013
My day would begin with my checking my e-mails and seeing if I had any requests for CD's or print products. I learned how to work on a website and I also learned how to burn CD's with information. I can not say enough kind and wonderful words for my management. They were very understanding of my situation. The hardest part of my job was when I had to work late at night from home and test the website to make sure it was running properly. The most enjoyable part was learning so many new things and being able to apply what I learned to my position.
Moodys provided the best credit analysis training in the industry.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 11, 2012
Because of Moodys, I was able to advance in the bond credit industry. Their training was well known within the industry. It was because of training that allowed me to venture off to more challenging field of bond insurance. Management was always supportive of analysts and hard work was rewarded with advancements.
great company environment, recognized hard work and dedication.
Supervisor-Information Management Group (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 30, 2013
answer Information Center emails, gather documents for analysts who are reviewing a company, Update attendance tracking database for employees,over see we have all staff covering phones and email inquiries.
always changing and updating to provide better services.
Lead Financial Data Analyst - Public Finance (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 4, 2013
For the most part, I enjoy working there. My coworkers are great, get along with all of them. Management can tend to be on top of you too much and focus on things that aren't as important (in other words, micromanaging). Hours are usually 9-5, which gives me a good work/life balance.