1.The typical day at work would be the day that I took care of 15 clients at a day and solved task with many moving parts and it’s easy to get burnt out quickly. 2.What I learned: Accept and process deposits, payments, checks for cashing and other transactions according to established procedures and performance standards. 3. Management: Management should take all employees and views into consideration when making decisions that will affect us all as a team.
Great opportunities for networking, career development, and exposure to different functions in Global Banking & Markets
Work-life balance is not very good
I Updated the company’s intranet with the most current government regulations to ensure HSBC complies with local regulations. Researched return on equity, debt to equity and other financial analysis in support of a decision making process for a potential investment in a Chinese public coal mine company. Calculated ratios to determine the company health (e.g. quick ratios and solvency ratios); resulted in the Director deeming that the company was not a good investment for HSBC at that time. Both my direct supervisor and branch manager are willing to hear my voice. I can also talk to my co-workers and ask them for help. The hardest part of the job is to decide the benchmark for ratios. The most enjoyble part of the job is to know different potential investment for different companies.
Good opportunity to use finance knowledge