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4.1 of 5 stars (82 Ratings)

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Displaying 41-50 of 82 Employee Reviews

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Executive in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.7 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

culture

Comments

very high quality wprk experience

Experienced in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.6 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Comments

Focus on M&A and restructuring advisory. Much closer interaction with senior bankers and clients compared to larger firms.

Entry-level in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.4 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Comments

Great deal flow, people and exit opportunities. Competes with the biggest and best on the Street, but within a closer group with greater senior level interaction.

Entry-level in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.6 of 5 stars

San Francisco, CA | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Great relationship with senior bankers, great compensation, and great work life balance (particularly for a highly prestigious boutique)

Downers

Not a core target for buyside opportunities means having to work harder

Comments

Highly competitive and technical process (more so than most other banks) but worth the extra effort -- great compensation and work-life balance

Entry-level in Restructuring

4.4 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Compensation and deal flow

Downers

Hours associated with deal flow

Comments

I believe that there is a lot of mis-information out about PWP, specifically on WSO. PWP does allow recruiters and places very well. I do not know of a single analyst looking for buyside that was unable to obtain a respectable offer, but many choose to go the HBS route. At the end of the day, if PWP does 8 major deals per year, every analyst is covered and compensation is never a complaint.

Midlevel in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.6 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Comments

Program

Entry-level in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.4 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The best work culture and people that I have heard of, especially compared to other firms

Downers

Hours - they are better than industry average, but just long in general

Comments

Great firm culture and unique access / relationships with experienced coworkers. The firm provides a unique experience to employees because of its generalist staffing structure; professionals working across different industries and in different deal types (M&A, restructuring, private capital).

Entry-level in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.4 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Comments

Working closely with the most senior bankers and engaging continuously with clients offers a level of training and development that simply can't be replicated on other platforms.

Entry-level in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.3 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Great collegial culture, excellent deal experience, and all-cash compensation

Downers

As with any boutique, the back office support (IT, printing dept, etc.) is sub-par. No research department; all work is done by the analysts and associates

Comments

Make sure to meet as many employees as possible before deciding to accept any job offer. Try to envision what it would be like working long hours with these people and what type of projects they actually worked on in the past. Forget about the name of the firm, its prestige and everthing else. Simply try to guage whether you will be satisfied and happy on both a personal and a professional level with whatever firm you decide to join.

Entry-level in Mergers & Acquisitions

4.3 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2012 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Flat culture, each deal / pitch is interesting / different and teaches you something new, no face-time

Downers

Hours (but they are probably worse at other bulge brackets)

Comments

Each situation requires a unique analysis that you do from scratch. Elsewhere, it is churning the same book for multiple firms using model templates etc.



It is banking after all so be prepared to work hard. having said that, there is no concept of face time. if you are done with work at 7PM, you can feel free to leave without being judged.

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