If you like: laid back if-it-gets-done approach, lack of direction, micromanagement from your group's MCU, pay that is well below what peers pay (though this is because the caliber of worker is much different at peers), constant calls to pre-call the upcoming calls, meetings to verbalize every minute detail of what you've worked on, credit managers that have coasted by for such a long time and never been called out, and no room for growth - this is the place.
If you don't like this kind of mediocre workplace then it will be a tough pill to swallow. Since joining and slowly watching as the bank started its decline, everything was contrived and always scripted. MCUs (looking to Houston mainly) started to promote very recently on the basis of some credit departures. Hence let's promote to save any remaining people we have view.......along with a system rewarding those who have been given handouts simply because "they were there" when the bank needed headcount and thought it would be easier.
Remainder of most important things like pay, peers, colleague quality