Meet BlackRock’s Budapest Employees
EMEA Retail RFP Director—Budapest
Tibor oversees the team that puts together partnership proposals for prospective clients by identifying potential business risks that BlackRock products can mitigate.
Data Scientist, Alpha Gen Technology—Budapest
Mariann uses machine learning to help BlackRock’s investment teams make better decisions and ultimately deliver more value to clients.
Full Stack Developer, Business Operations & Enterprise Systems—Budapest
Hounston develops both the front and back-ends of BlackRock’s onboarding systems that allow users to access, view, edit, and upload important documents online.
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Working at BlackRock’s Budapest office
A Welcoming Environment
With lots of natural light, comfortable seating, and several cafes scattered throughout the building, BlackRock’s Budapest office is welcoming and comfortable. Collaboration is central to the office—when employees need to meet for a quick catch up or an extended discussion, they can choose to chat over a cup of coffee, take advantage of the downstairs atrium, or slip inside one of many cozy conference rooms.
A Startup Feel
According to employees, BlackRock’s Budapest office has a startup feel to it despite the size of the company. Team members are encouraged to innovate in their projects and to bring new ideas to the table, and they appreciate that their roles are not always set in stone as they’re able to work with their manager to take on projects that interest them. The office is intentionally set up to inspire innovation, as that team members in different job functions sit near each other, which helps employees solve problems and discover new career paths.
“Working with such a diverse team makes things very interesting. We get a wide range of ideas and opinions, and even when we don’t agree, we can still respect each other and move forward as a group.”
– Mariann, Data Scientist, Aladdin Product Group
“Budapest is a very central city with easy access to the rest of Europe, which makes it so simple to travel to the surrounding areas and see some really interesting places.”
– Pedro, Analyst, Green Package