Solid culture in the tech space. Lots of senior management has been with the company for 15+ years which comes with its pros & cons.
They like to ask riddles like fiz buzz and others ones. Often ask questions about skills like tdd or srum that is not implemented. Interview is not coordinated so you will be asked the same things. Often they have no interview skills so they waiste alot of time on problems that have nothing to do with the job
Work environment is somewhat okay, a bit too noisy if you are on the technology side.
Culture is very 80s heavy slow banking style.
Comment les retours sur la performance sont-ils communiqués aux employés de Morgan Stanley?
Annual 360 performance review for full time employees is a lynching-game purposely designed to keep your salary down and deny you bonuses and promotions, unless you have the proper backroom corporate connection by doing very un-ethcial things all in the name of profit (like cheating the customers co-workers sabotage in corporate rat race, etc.)
The vice-president & executive director managers can still fire you anytime they at their own whim, each team is headed by such managers full of political strife and conflicts.
Ironically, I would not change anything because that's in the nature of the business to remain that way.
Unfortunately, I feel like AI and Automation has the potential to replace hundred of thousands of jobs. I think at some point, it boils down to the identity of the company (who are we, what are we, etc...) as the executives most likely already know this fact. So to my previous point: stay the same, invent more artificial tasks so that you keep your identity (the people) intact.