It's common knowledge that the first couple of years on Wall Street is like some legalized form of slavery for many analysts. The people presiding over this horrific experience for baby Wall Streeters? Their bosses—the VPs, executives directors and managing directors:
One director made his first-year reprint a 200-page pitch book because the bank's logo was one shade off.
The director that calls the office every night at 10 pm to make sure his analysts are still working.
The MD that worked an analyst to 11pm before a holiday weekend by barking orders over the phone from the Hamptons.
The psychotic director that doesn't let you touch his desk unless his calculator is turned 35 degrees…