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Associate General Counsel (Securities Regulation and Litigation)

Interactive Brokers DC Ranch, AZ

Assisting the firm’s General Counsel in handling a wide variety of issues, including: • Representing the firm in arbitration proceedings (both… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Java Developer

Interactive Brokers Budapest

Dynamic and innovative software development has propelled Interactive Brokers to 1st place in the Barron’s Magazine “Electronic Broker” ranking for… Glassdoor

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Technical Support Representative

Interactive Brokers Greenwich, CT +2 locations

• Support client inquiries received via inbound calls, online chats and a proprietary email messaging system. Inquiries will encompass a broad range… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Treasury Analyst

Interactive Brokers Greenwich, CT

Under the direction of the Treasury Supervisor, this position will support all aspects of treasury functions within a global brokerage firm such as… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Junior Compliance Associate - Securities/Commodities

Interactive Brokers Chicago, IL

Interactive Brokers Group LLC, a Global Securities and Commodities business leader and one of the largest financial services firms in the U.S. has an… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Client On Boarding Representative

Interactive Brokers Greenwich, CT

• Reach out to top tiered new clients and determine needs and objectives. • Work closely with IB sales representatives to better understand client… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Treasury Analyst

Interactive Brokers Greenwich, CT

Under the direction of the Treasury Supervisor, this position will support all aspects of treasury functions within a global brokerage firm such as… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative - Trade Issues

Interactive Brokers Chicago, IL

• Problem management with focus on wide scale service issues. Core competencies include, but are not limited to: trade and margin analysis, a wide… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Java Developer

Interactive Brokers Greenwich, CT +2 locations

A successful candidate will have to design, develop, test and document complex, multi-tier systems in a rapid development cycle. These real-time… Glassdoor

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Client Services Representative

Interactive Brokers Chicago, IL

• Resolve routine and complex client service issues in a thorough and expeditious manner, utilizing sound judgment with an emphasis on courtesy… Glassdoor

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    Avoid this at all costs if you value life outside of work

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    Current Employee - Senior Developer in Greenwich, CT (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Developer in Greenwich, CT (US)

    I have been working at Interactive Brokers


    Decent salary is how we get people in the door. Based on performance (and we are pretty fair about this), you can get a decent bonus. There are absolutely no meetings to attend, not any -- ever. So if you like to sit at your desk and just work (i.e., no politics) then that is a plus.

    1. The hours are fine -- approximately 9am to 6pm.

    2. They allow you $12 per day to order lunch on seamless

    2. The work is fairly interesting IF you get assigned an interesting project.

    3. They give you annual "cost of living" increases of 4% per year.
    THIS IS WHY I AM STILL HERE AFTER 8 YEARS, FYI. It adds up -- quickly!


    Benefits, culture, and career. Trust me, you do NOT want to work at this place unless you are 21 and have no life. I got in early, and I'm almost done, but in clear conscience I must tell it like it is.

    1. You are expected to be at your desk the entire time, even for lunch. You will be reprimanded if you are away from your desk for too long.

    2. You do NOT socialize with your coworkers. Management walks by several times per day and WILL notice this and comment about getting back to work. It has gotten better in the 8 years that I have been here but this is not a place to go to make friends or to have any type of workplace camaraderie.

    3. The benefits are horribly, horribly abysmally bad. You'd better not have any type of protracted injuries, for example, because if you need short-term disability (I did once) it provides a MAX of $500 per week for 26 WEEKS (since when is 26 weeks short-term?!!!). A normal policy would provide FULL salary for 6 weeks followed by HALF salary for a much longer term.

    4. The benefits also suck for vacation -- you get 2 weeks (10 days) per year. You have to work there for 5 years (!!!) to get another 2 days (!!!). This is a sweat-shop, boys, plain and simple.

    5. You will not be exposed to any of the inner-workings of the firm for many, many years. This is prudent on our part, but it also means that YOU WILL NOT LEARN ANYTHING about the brokerage or trading business that you couldn't get by working for 1 year at another firm. You are here to code, plain and simple.

    Guys -- I got in early and got stock options and I'm almost done with my career. I have had highs and lows with this firm. But I look at some of the new people coming in now, and it's just pathetic that they don't know how much better it can be at other places. I have golden handcuffs -- they do not.

    Look elsewhere and you'll thank me that you did.

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    None -- this is a money-making machine and they squeeze everything they can out of labor. It's paid me well and continues to do so.

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