People Advisory Services Intern (离职员工) – 北京市 – 2018年1月16日
Gained Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance experience by completing Office of Foreign Assets Control’s paperwork for vessels and ports • Processed letters of credit and other advising materials to guarantee payment from exporters to importers
As I worked for assurance, a typical day at work for me will start at around 9-9:30 in the client's office. It was an intense and rewarding experience for me. I was able to work independently on several working papers for several projects, which required the skills of multitasking, the tenacity in dealing with difficulty and the attention for small details including the formatting issues (I guess that's very important with every big four firms). The team is overall very efficient and hard working. And I do believe that everyone here appreciates hard-working. The hardest part could be an effective communication with the clients. They might be unwilling to provide every detail that you request and might get annoyed when you have a different opinion from you. The most enjoyable part is the satisfaction that you enjoyed when celebrating some small achievement with colleagues.
Great place to start accounting career, help you grow fast
Short breaks, intense working hours, inevitable working overtime
When I was doing my internship job in EY, I could feel the strong culture of the firm. It was a lot different with other Chinese companies I went to do internship before. EY requires employees to independently complete task and work with colleagues simultaneously. I was able to complete my job on time and help other colleagues with some of their job, for examples, contacting customers to get reply letter from them.
I was working for the Actuary Department at EY China focusing on life insurance. People are friendly here and would give you a lot help on actuary exam studying and working. Our director and partners are friendly and full of passion on expanding our job in other countries. It actually dominates Korean actuary auditing market. The only cons is that other departments and other partners are way too friendless. I would say be aggressive is good on business negotiation but it is terrible towards within company. In general, I was satisfied with my experience here.
Great place for people who are looking for entry-level positions. Company's system encourages employee to work harder. Financial service is good for people who are eager to learn stuff from various industries
Work overtime everyday and this situation lasts for more than half year. The salary is not that good when considering the stressful work and heavy workload. Not every senior auditor and manager is friendly, but mine managers and co-workers are friendly.
Audited financial status of major companies in fields of High-tech and Real Estate sectors Analyzed year-on-year data, and the reasonability and authenticity by asking the audited company for extra information and conducting the legal research Gathered data and issued reports for both annual audit and interim audit I really learned a lot from EY.