Bank of England Careers and Employment
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$500M to $1B (USD)
- IndustryFinancial Services
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Working there was very difficult due to the toxic environment. There was very little upkeep of sales people and almost no positive input from management
Mortgage Banker/Loan Officer in Lake Mary, FL
on July 20, 2020
I enjoyed the time that I had with the company. They have an awesome processing, underwriting, and closing team. Lots of support from various people including the it team.
Loan Processor in Barrington, IL
on March 26, 2021
Working for BOE was great at first until the Network operations management quit. Then it was down hill with the IT Director who clearly didn't know a lot about IT, but more about programming and not being a leader. There was more favorable sides to co-worker's then me which I was there since day one from the IT stand point. Suggested security concerns and possible security breaches to management, but didn't get notice until executives heard about them and there was a fix afterwards.Overall I hated it there it was no grow for my passion or skills. New techs didn't know nothing but programming and not IT skills which I stayed into it with a coworker who became my boss but we started the same year same job title.
Network Operations-Tier 2 in Little Rock, AR
on September 27, 2020
This company expects employees to commit fraud on loans. Also they allow their other departments to send unprofessional and unrealistic emails to each other with the entire company on them! They only have so much money and cut off funding refinances when the money is capped, usually first week of the month. Loans are processed twice due to information always missing out of your loans (you will find it in a bucket somewhere if you understand Encompass, kinda odd right?)! and not being able to fund files. They have an underwriter who goes off on people but misses information in the file. I stood up for myself as I know what a loan shop looks like and went back to what works after a month. Don’t leave your job for pressure if they’re busy right now for this place. The pushing me to do a loan that’s not structurally accurate and then ignoring me when I keep say we can’t do this.... and finding out clear to close loans are going to sit from the 10th to next month because they shut off refinancing for purchases was icing on a cake that smelled of rotten attitudes and angry people. Be grateful you have a job! It was a horror show. The loan officers submit purchases and give a few weeks to complete with documentation that’s months old then complain the entire time and tell clients we don’t need the information underwriting asked for, why? It’s busy and there is never a good reason to be hostile and shady! Find another place while it’s busy, find your niche. Remote opens up this possibility.
Loan Processor in Fishers, IN
on August 11, 2020
I was only there for a short period of time before they shut the branch down. There were only 3 loan officers and one manager and no one here on the east coast had heard of bank home loans
Referral Agent in Columbia, SC
on February 24, 2020
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There weren't too many questions asked of me as the employees and management at the company knew me quite well. It was more an explanation of how they expected things to be run.
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