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26 days ago

Regional Head Index Marketing

MSCI London, NA

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

30+ days ago

Head of Equity Index Institutional Client Service Team

MSCI Budapest, NA +2 locations

Develop the EMEAI Index Client Services teamAct as a role model and hands on manager particularly to develop the proactive account support nature of… Ivy Exec

7 days ago

Index BMU Head of Benchmark Business

MSCI Hong Kong, NA

This is a business management role, working cross functionally to apply the right strategy and activitiesThe various aspects of the Index business… Ivy Exec

26 days ago

Global Head of Real Estate Marketing

MSCI New York, NY

Serve as the IPD Business Unit s (BMU) principal point of contact for marketing partnerships, product launches and client events globally as well as… Ivy Exec

26 days ago

Senior Index Sales Specialist UK Asset Managers

MSCI London, NA

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

7 days ago

Senior Risk Management Analytics Consultant

MSCI London, NA

Risk Management Analytics Consultants act as trusted advisors to our clients and have responsibility for managing the associated client… Ivy Exec

26 days ago

Financial Model Validation Specialist

MSCI Budapest, NA

As a DCS Model Quality Analyst, you will be responsible for understanding the model Quality Assurance (QA) process and working with colleagues within… Ivy Exec

7 days ago

Risk Management Analytics Sales Professional (Nordic Coverage)

MSCI London, NA

Strategic territory and account planning to identify and close sales opportunitiesAchieve targeted revenue goals within the respective sales… Ivy Exec

7 days ago

HR Generalist

MSCI Mumbai, NA +2 locations

Manage the local HR Business partner support to the associated business units. Anchor issues on employee grievances for the associated business units… Ivy Exec

7 days ago

Equity Applied Researcher

MSCI New York, NY +3 locations

include: working with existing equity risk models, developing use cases for our models and helping clients use them to evaluate risk and performance… Ivy Exec

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MSCI President, CEO, and Director Henry A. Fernandez
Henry A. Fernandez
120 Ratings

    Big IT Shop - with poorly managed staff; REACTIVE and not PROACTIVE approach followed by Management

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Associate in Mumbai
    Current Employee - Associate in Mumbai

    I have been working at MSCI full-time (more than an year)


    1. Great Pay
    2. Competitive benefits
    3. Free culture - can walk up to any senior management person without hesitancy
    4. Decent budgets provided for team-activities every year
    5. Cool Office interior


    1. Work/Life Balance is a challenge for some roles
    2. Implicit hierarchy even within same position titles
    3. Career growth not possible within same team, as employees are treated as resource. No structured training apart from soft-skills training available.
    4. Model of Implementers and Managers is followed across the board. This leads to gap in terms of setting timelines for projects etc. Lack of transparency.
    5. Majority of Managers are based out of developed countries [e.g. US], while most of implementers are based out of developing countries [e.g. India], leading to delay in decision making process due to time-zone differences.
    6. Peers seem to be rather incompetent as compared to other workplaces.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1. While taking decisions related to employees, in terms of team structure, work pipeline, etc., it would be good if there existed a dialogue instead of monologue treatment followed by managers to employees.
    2. At times, management has not been so transparent in laying out plan for upcoming months/year short-term or long term. This leads to lack of clarity for work pipeline or company plans going ahead for employee.
    3. Personally, I have found management to be quite reluctant on taking stand or backing own employees at right times.
    4. Manager ego takes over employee interests, and favoritism should be avoided while making promotion decisions; it should be merit-based.
    5. Senior management recognize you in the firm by the number of people you manage under you. Higher the count, higher the value for senior management. I'd rather advise to focus on quality as well.

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