I think this depends on your career aspirations. If you hope to move into other areas of finance, this may not be a great stepping stone into that. Trillium has no clients, providing little opportunity to network. You are in a very technical role specific to the firm so many of the skills you learn at Trillium would not be transferable to other areas in finance. That being said, you do get a very nitty gritty understanding of financial markets and what makes them tick on a daily basis. This can be very useful for jobs in Wallstreet that are focused in the technical aspect of markets.