Ceo Pimco Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
PIMCO (Pacific Investment Management Company, LLC) is a global investment management firm focusing on active fixed income management. PIMCO manages investments and develops solutions across the full spectrum of asset classes, strategies, and vehicles including fixed income, equities, commodities, asset allocation, ETFs, hedge funds, and private equity. PIMCO is one of the largest investment managers, actively managing more than $1.92 trillion in assets for central banks, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, corporations, foundations and endowments, and individual investors around the world. PIMCO is headquartered in Newport Beach, California, and has over 2,900 employees working in 17 offices throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
PIMCO appointed Emmanuel Roman as CEO effective November 1, 2016. He succeeded Douglas M. Hodge, who was CEO from 2014 to 2016.
An angry former employee shared his/her experience working for Pimco on Indeed in September 2018:
"Employees are treated poorly. Favoritism is rampant. Culture does not support collaboration or team environment. Management has too much staff to be able to recognize which employees are working diligently and who are spending their days chatting up other employees."