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16 days ago

Wealth Management, Administrative Assistant, Perth - Finance and Investment Indu

Morgan Stanley Perth

An exciting opportunity exists in our Perth Branch for an Administration Assistant. A key function of this role is to provide operational support to… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Research Associate - Financials Coverage (Australia) - Finance and Investment

Morgan Stanley Sydney

Creating and maintaining company and industry models using finance skills and industry knowledge Assisting with analysis, research and report writing… VelvetJobs.com


9 days ago

Wealth Management, Administrative Assistant, Sydney - Finance and Investment Ind

Morgan Stanley Sydney

•Maintain various registers and circulate on a weekly basis. •Assist in the preparation of fees to… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

International Platform Service and Sales Manager, Sydney - Finance and Investmen

Morgan Stanley Sydney

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management provides full brokerage service to individual clients investing in both domestic and international equities, and… VelvetJobs.com


16 days ago

Vice President-Regulatory Controllers

Morgan Stanley New York, NY

of the group include the preparation and analysis of the daily customer reserve formulas, net capital calculations, and monthly FOCUS reports for the… Ivy Exec


16 days ago

Anti-Money Laundering: Wealth Management Investigations Analyst

Morgan Stanley New York, NY

Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth… Ivy Exec


29 days ago

Director of Strategic Partnerships

Morgan Stanley North Tonawanda, NY

The Strategic Partnering Group is a fast paced group within Morgan Stanley Wealth Management that strives to help advisors provide comprehensive… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

Attorney - Retail Litigation

Morgan Stanley San Francisco, CA

Include:-Trial work on behalf of the firm defending customer claims before FINRA Dispute Resolution.-Evaluating and resolving customer… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

Vice President Analytics, Insights & Analytics

Morgan Stanley New York, NY

The Insights Analytics group supports the firm s strategy of Investment Excellence by distributing the best ideas of the firm to the Financial… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

Remote Access Architect

Morgan Stanley Montreal, NA

The mission of the Global Technology division is to provide a highly reliable and commercial technology platform, which supports the Firm s strategy… Ivy Exec


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    Larger work loads, lower bonus and no career progression

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Front Office Sales  in  Sydney
    Current Employee - Front Office Sales in Sydney

    I have been working at Morgan Stanley full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great Brand
    Good Systems
    Great Location
    Nice Offices
    Good access to other departments
    Global foot-print

    Cons

    Little to no support for lateral/ inter departmental movements

    Poor compensation relative to industry

    More work load, smaller bonus

    Have not had a pay rise in 3 years (nor has anyone in my position)

    Glass ceiling - you cant move up...

    Political nightmare

    No Recognition - partly due to the fact your manager has no idea what you are doing

    Quicker to suggest exploring job opportunities externally than to assist internally (not isolated incident)

    No clear requirements to progress - consistently changing progression requirements

    Losing clients due to poor credit rating

    No advertising is Australia - most people don't know our division exists!

    Icing on the cake - in performance reviews, they cannot give all high performers 'exceeds expectations' because they have to follow a bell curve. Low pay relative to industry and no recognition.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Identify and recognize talent.

    Pay people what they are worth.

    Help people with their career development - its the only way to retain driven/motivated people.

    If an employee wants to move divisions, and they have the qualifications, help them!

    Do not shift the 'goal posts' that some one has been working hard towards - I am not the only one that feels this way.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
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