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Tax Consultant (Contract role)

MSCI, Inc. New York, NY

Tax Consultant role to assist in dealing with tax authorities and organizing tax department data. This is a wide ranging role helping out an in house… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Performance and Stability Analyst

MSCI, Inc. Budapest

• Use business process and data modeling techniques and tools to capture and analyze system and application performance/stability • Help to design… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

2014 - Functional QA Engineer

MSCI, Inc. Beijing

§The candidate will have opportunity to work on innovative financial applications utilizing the latest technologies and will be responsible for… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Index Sales Specialist - Broker Dealers & Hedge Funds

MSCI, Inc. London, England

• Achieve targeted revenue goals within the respective sales territory (United Kingdom) • Manage the whole sales cycle - develop new business… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Regional Head Index Marketing

MSCI, Inc. London, England

• Manage all internal processes around delivering and developing marketing programs to support our ETF strategy. This includes: • Leading our… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Relationship Manager

MSCI, Inc. San Francisco, CA

• Manage day-to-day MSCI index relationship with key investment management client across various functional groups including product research… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Microsoft .NET Software Engineer

MSCI, Inc. Mumbai

1. Follow software engineering best practices to ensure high-quality and testable code is delivered to agreed timescales. 2. Demonstrate a solid… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Corporate Events Specialist, Sr. Associate

MSCI, Inc. Monterrey

MSCI Inc. is a leading provider of investment decision support tools to investors globally, including asset managers, banks, hedge funds and pension… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Data & Content Services Model Quality Analyst

MSCI, Inc. Monterrey

MSCI Inc. is a leading provider of investment decision support tools to investors globally, including asset managers, banks, hedge funds and pension… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Index Sales Specialist – UK Asset Managers

MSCI, Inc. London, England

• Working on UK asset managers and helping build the MSCI brand/market share and accompanying revenue stream from active managers (benchmark users… Glassdoor

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    innovation stymied if not completely repressed

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    Former Employee - Senior Associate
    Former Employee - Senior Associate

    I worked at MSCI full-time (more than 3 years)


    Pay is OK but only at the higher title levels. Domain and analytical work itself can be highly interesting and challenging, if not for the corporate bureaucracy and infighting that impedes progress. Decent benefits such as medical, vision, 401k, etc.


    Blame game, Machiavellian politics between groups and individuals.
    Corporate culture is almost the opposite of teamwork; rather, people try to CYA all the time.
    There is a negative view permeating the company of “failure” be it actual or perceived. People are therefore understandably afraid to try new things, do green-field research and proof-of-concept projects, etc because of the risk of failure, which is inherent in these sorts of endeavors.
    Zero focus or value placed on career development; people essentially get stuck in their role with no opportunity or catering toward improving their skills or moving to higher levels on their career path.
    Non-technical managers hired to oversee technical functions leads to poor decisions, political battles, disenfranchised and frustrated staff.
    Focus on cost-cutting and maintaining margin means innovation does not thrive, since the focus is always on feature development that is promised to bring in new customers.
    Lots of jobs transferred offshore, which makes software engineering efforts difficult to complete and very inefficient.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If satisfied with how the company is operating then don’t change anything; however, if unsatisfied, be prepared to embrace significant cultural and operational change that will make everyone, up to the senior level of management, uncomfortable at best.

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