BNP Paribas Employee Reviews for Associate
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BNPP is a solid bank, so job security is pretty much guaranteed, as long as you perform "as expected". Pay is where it usually hurts, to be seen if the bank will adapt more to the market. For now, talent seems to leave the bank much more than advance internally.
Coming from another European bank (NYC CIB office) it has been refreshing over the past three years to observe much more balanced and clear management. Systems are difficult at times (though is the case for all big banks) but attention and money are put toward improvements. I like my team and division - I suspect experiences will differ accordingly. Good pay and excellent benefits. Bonuses could be bigger but that's what everyone says everywhere.
I was bullied by my former manager (she was not my initial hiring manager). She damaged my reputation and appraisal, making it not only difficult working and keeping my dignity on a daily basis, but also sabotaged my career and evolution within the bank. It was such a pity that for such a female-run hierarchy, very little was done to challenge the bully's behavior. Like harassment, it is usually the target that ends up leaving the company. HR is all about image and publicity on topics of diversity and respect in the workplace, but it appears to do very little efforts to improve age-old problems of harassment perpetrated by "important" and profit-generating employees. On the other hand, I give credit to the Corporate Banking world as a whole - management and staff in general are very helpful, cooperative, and generally great to work with. I am grateful for having worked with this bank. I was just unfortunate to fall under the wrong management.
Good company with great level of CSR activities and programs. Good people and talented minds to work with. Salary and benefits on par with industry. Infrastructure is good and lively.
Long hours and less opportunity.
Worked as a transaction processing specialist with strict deadlines. It helped me to learn to complete my job within specified time limits without any delay, highly client oriented company.
Various training programmes for employee overall development
Working long hours
I have been working with BNP Paribas for the past 15 years, started my career as an employee on the counter to be a customer service officer, then customer service manager, then a priority banking officer, After that joined the corporate division as an associate. During all those years and roles, BNP P was a home to me and colleagues were family.
Had a wonderful time working in this department. Bosses were friendly and humble. All doubts can be clarified and explained clearly. Small department but all enjoyed each other's company.
depressing the department dealt in asset restructuring