Itau Bba Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Banco Itaú S.A. was a former Brazilian bank that merged with Unibanco on November 4, 2008, to form Banco Itaú Unibanco.

A former intern shared his experience working at Banco Itaú on Glassdoor in September 2020:

"Extreme pressure from managers, poor work environment."

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Office Manager/Sr. Executive Assistant (Current Employee) says

"Itau is a fast paced environment where challenges arises on a daily basis. Since it is a small bank in the USA, all employees must work cohesively and be ready to assimilate to additional responsibilities."

Current Employee - Pizza Cook says

"I have been working at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) full-time for less than a year Cons: Not a great work place to work"

Current Employee - IRO says

"I have been working at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Horrible CRM and systems, truly need a full revamp"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) full-time for more than 3 years Cons: The International operation is a mess, management has NO idea what they are doing, the morale of the employees is extremely low, work/life balance is the WORST"

Senior Auditor says

"I worked at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) Cons: Stressful culture and environment. The corporate culture they attempt to convey is one that would promote a team environment. However, the culture is not collaborative...rather it promotes a cut throat atmosphere. This place does not have a good reputation. Once I left, I received all types of negative feedback."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) full-time Cons: everything is personal, way too personal"

Current Employee - Registered Broker Dealer says

"I have been working at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) full-time for less than a year Cons: Access to compliance officers of RIA was impeded by a perfunctory firewalls Unusually quiet for a trading floor - as a library CCO's technical aptitude in compliance matters was second only to his CHOP"

Former Employee - Institutional Treasury says

"I worked at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) full-time for more than 3 years Cons: The New York office of Itáu BBA is a terrible place to work: 1) no respect for work/life balance from management. 2) the bank lacks the name-brand recognition of a large I-bank (think CS, MS, etc.) but still clings to an aggressive and competitive office culture.This is entirely inappropriate given that other banks are heading in the other direction and striving to be more collegial. 3) terrible compensation that is 50% or more below the rest of the market. 4) review process is arbitrary and management turns a blind-eye to the New York office."

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"I worked at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) Cons: Lack of attention and misuse of team during merge process Mixed messages from headquarter to international units, no structured plan."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Everything was pretty awful really"

Sales Trader says

"I worked at Itaú Unibanco (Itaú BBA e Rede) Cons: harassment gossip no space for growth salary/bonus proportion abusive management, always subduing the employees"

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