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Big 4 service provision-differences

 
#1 Big 4 service provision-differences
29/03/2006 14:16

Tim

I am a senior analyst at a full service firm (Paris HQ, not ACN)! and am looking at a few career options after completing all of my graduate training.

I'm part CIMA qualified and am thinking about getting into a Big 4 advisory firm to possible work on operational performance improvements or post deal integration. My question is: is this a viable career path for a consultant that is not ACA/audit qualified.

Similarly, I am not planning on being a career consultant so is advisroy work of this nature on the client site Moday-Friday or is there more of the work done from one's base (office) location?

Thanks in advance for any thoughts,

Tim

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