Associate - Alternative Investment Group (Former Employee), Stanley, NY – April 26, 2015
Pros: Great company to work for
Assisted Vice President with various administrative responsibilities, approved travel expenses, ordered supplies. Assisted Fund Administration department in reviewing reports for accuracy. Contacted – more... Financial Advisors of any problems with subscription/redemption forms. Acquired updated fund information from other departments in order to create booklets for the Board of Directors. Coordinated with several departments to retrieve data necessary to compile reports dealing with funds performance for management. Updated firms/intranet web site with funds performance used by Financial Advisors. Played instrumental role in driving business development by preparing quality sales reports for placement products. Updated marketing fund information on a quarterly basis. – less
Proposal Coordinator (Current Employee), Lexington, KY – January 21, 2015
Interacting with colleagues across the nation and around the world is an eye-opening, educational experience. Not a day goes by without learning something new or creating solutions for first-time issues.
Associate Consultant (Current Employee), Morgan Stanley, NY – August 21, 2014
Please find below things. 1. Learn to analyze your test results thoroughly,Learn to maximize the test coverage every time you test any application.Though 100 percent test coverage might not be possible – more... still you can always try to reach near it. 2. While writing test cases, write test cases for intended functionality first i.e. for valid conditions according to requirements. Then write test cases for invalid conditions. This will cover expected as well unexpected behavior of application under test. 3. I learn that Don’t run out of time to do high priority testing tasks. 4. Write clear, descriptive, unambiguous bug report..
while working as a team we all enjoyed our work lot and we more careful to our deliverables. – less
Contractual Consultant (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – January 28, 2014
It all about the sale, from the time you meet your client to the time they walk out the door with a smile on there face. I would always keep the gross profit margin in mind and always had my numbers up to par with the company.