Funding Circle
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About the company

  • CEO
    Samir Desai
    88%
    approve of Samir Desai's performance
  • Founded
    2010
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Finance
  • Link
    Funding Circle website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 35 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Investor Relations Executive in City of London, Greater London
on 24 January 2022
Solid place to work.
Great culture and management. Salaries could be a little higher. Exciting opportunities. Would recommend to anyone starting out in their career. Thanks
Talent Partner in London
on 20 March 2021
worse workin experience ever in the Talent Team
-No opportunitties to learn and grow-MAnagement is the worse management i have ever had-no ethics across management in the Talent Team-culture of blame and cero transparency- people are inexperience and managers are very inmature
Blank in London
on 15 February 2020
But other companies can be worse
Toxic senior people. I cannot speak for the rest of the organization, but in my vertical, I found several managers and senior analysts tainted by an inadequate understanding of statistics and an inadequate (or sometimes a complete lack of) technical expertise, the two core skills for the job. A belief of own intrinsic superiority, unwillingness to help, and caring more about how their work looks in the eyes of their superiors rather than what it actually is, are common. Inverted reporting pyramid. Making progress can get hard when simultaneously reporting to the line manager, their manager, and at least one stakeholder (some of whom behave as if they were my manager), all of whom have a different opinion on how/whether something should be done. Again this might not be true of the whole organization, only my bubble. Coordination. Coordination across teams that my team need to work with happens, but is not very efficient. Any larger cross team meeting is dominated by the same 2-3 of loud and opienated people, who often push for suboptimal solutions or carry the discussion away form the efficient path. It is commonly asserted that alternative opinions/solutions do not exist and that consensus is not necessary. The office. The office is modern, but nothing too fancy. People hang their coats on their chairs, desks do not raise, only engineering can get highres screens, and you don't get a mac if your boss thinks that a pc is better for you. The third floor is reasonably quiet, toilets are clean, and there are close-to-soundproof cabins with desks (albeit without screens or power outlets). None of these is, however, true about the fourth floor. Plenty of break-out spaces. 'No hot food at the desk' rule is not enforced. Perks. You do get perks like a subsidized canteen in the office, Friday drinks, free soft drinks, barista-made coffee and fruits, several social events through the year, weekly gatherings, no dress code, a pool and ping pong table, a bicycle storage in the basement, a discounted gym with a swimming pool in the same building, 4% pension contribution, some flexibility about hours and ability to work from home. Most people are approachable by simply walking to their desks and many will be willing to help. SMEs on the product team are very helpful and a pleasure working with.
Recoveries Account Executive in London
on 5 February 2020
Poor micro-management
There’s not much room for growth within career, and you can get much more elsewhere doing the exact same thing. Which should be good for thought. It’s a place to get as much experience as possible and go move on to the next challenge.
Sales Advisor in London, Greater London
on 31 January 2020
The worst job ever & even worse management!
If you value yourself do not join the sales department here. Poor leadership, even worse managers. A lot of graduates that think they know what they are doing when in fact they haven’t a clue. Senior management is controlling, manipulative and a lot of favouritism. Management like yes people and do not help to develop. All they care about, is their bonus. Overall one of the worst job experiences of my life.

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