Joined, didn't like it, left.
You'll be hard-pressed to get a positive point of view on the place. Not because it's necessarily the worst place in the world but because the place has a big WIIFM ("what's in it for me") culture. In my experience, people who get on there are too self-obsessed to see why they should go out of their way to help anyone else - each other, the firm, potential new hires, even clients a lot of the time. Not helped by living in constant fear of further redundancies - when I left, people were burying deeper into self-protection mode rather than pulling together to save the firm.
The other reason for leaving was that the work is incredibly tedious and narrow. I'd rather do the exact same tasks at [a Big 4], get better paid for it, have a livelier team, and at least a fighting chance of doing something different in a couple of years.