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KPMG

 
#1 KPMG
22/02/2006 17:41

YORKS

Currently in FM practice of IBM and I have had a call in relation to opportunities with KPMG. Any thoughts on whether it would be a good career move to go from IBM to KPMG.

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#2 Growth opportunity
23/02/2006 09:09

Big Four

KPMG, along with E&Y and PwC, are gearing up to make a major return to the consulting market. So there's a blank canvas and considerable growth opportunities at all these firms - with recruitment drives to match. A good time to get in there I would have thought...

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#3 Re: KPMG
24/02/2006 15:02

Ex-BCS consultant

I didn't think there were any FM people left there since all the PwCC people walked out over the last few years. I think the death knell for FM was the departure of Richard Sandwell and Vic Luck. KPMG are reasonably OK, but not great payers. E&Y are trying to double in size this year, and are rumoured to be paying whatever it takes to get people on board. Could be worth checking with them too

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