Marex Overview

  • www.marex.com
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 2005
  • Company - Private
  • Investment & Asset Management
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

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Marex (formerly Marex Spectron), is a diversified global financial services platform, providing liquidity, market access and infrastructure services to clients in the energy, commodities and financial markets. Marex provides comprehensive breadth and depth of coverage across ...

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Marex Reviews

3.6
55%
Recommend to a Friend
73%
Approve of CEO
Ian Lowitt
Ian Lowitt
25 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee

"Massive growth, interesting work"

Mar 3, 2022 - Junior Legal Officer in London, England
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Salary, workload, team, at the driving edge of the industry

Cons

Office bit tired, work environment stretched due to numbers
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Diversity & Inclusion at Marex

3.3
(22 reviews)

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Does there seem to be diversity at Marex?

...Company is performing well, with growth in employee numbers, as well as diversity in the work place....Read More

Marex Interviews

Experience
Positive63%
Negative19%
Neutral19%
Getting an Interview
Applied online50%
Recruiter25%
Employee Referral8%
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  1. Applications Support Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Marex (Chicago, IL) in May 2022

    Interview

    I was reached out to by a recruiter who got me started with the interviewing process for a full-time position with a hybrid schedule 2 days onsite, 3 days remote. I was called up, was given a high level overview of the position and an hour later, interviewed with the UK- Team Lead. I was given a general overview of the company, the position, and then was interviewed on technical skills with these topics: SQL, PowerShell, Windows troubleshooting, Networking, and Linux. I provided some examples of the questions I remembered. The lead was reassuring when I didn't know the answer to some questions and I'm sure this first interview was to see if you can deliver based on the skillset that you put on your CV.

    1 day after, I interviewed with the UK Applications Support Manager and the onsite lead from the office I'll be working out of. This 2nd interview focused on my experience with the technologies and was more in depth at my progression of my skillset and work experience, in addition to exploring more about the role and expectations and how I work in general. I believe this was the interview where they scoped out personality fit and a digger deep to how I approach technical issues and how experience progressed.

    The day after, I interviewed with 3 business heads, 1 of which I believe was the HR manager / HR lead, and 2 other top business people, where I was mostly asked about my experience, where I want to take my career, and more behavioral questions.

    Finally I was extended an offer a couple hours later in agreement with the pay I expected, which I accepted. Overall the interviews weren't incredibly difficult, the people interviewing were very understanding in the areas that I didn't have extensive experience in, and they showed interest in my previous demonstrated ability to learn and adapt. They were understanding during the interview process of my availability to change roles and after the offer was extended, they accommodated for the time I'll need to put in the two weeks in my current role, which I was appreciative of.
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Company Updates

July 19, 2021
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Listen to recent Fintech podcast with our CTO, Michael Dugan and Harrington Starr.
Shared image - The Fintech Focus Podcast- Michael Dugan, Chief Technology Officer at Marex Spectron
April 5, 2021
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Marex Spectron announces name change to Marex From 31 March 2021 Marex Spectron is shortening its name to Marex. The Marex Spectron name dates back to 2011, when Marex acquired Spectron, the OTC energy broker. Since then, the business has vastly increased in scale, scope and headcount, with multiple new offerings and business lines. The company believes that by simplifying the name to Marex and introducing a new logo is a clearer reflection of today’s wider business mix. This change has no bearing on the company’s legal registered entities which remain unchanged. Subsidiary companies will all retain their existing brand names, whilst the Spectron brand continues within the energy brokerage division. In connection with the change of name, the firm will also be launching a new website in early April which will be available at Marex.com

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...3% pension up to 50k the nothing above...

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