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EY advisory

 
#1 EY advisory
01/04/2006 00:27

Mark

I am a C2 (2 years plus) half CIMA qualified strategy consultant at CG. I am planning on progressing along the CIMA route and moving towards the Big 4 post-deal integration/commercial due diligence lines. My question is: Is this possible with my background and qualifications?

What do the roles above involve in terms of practicalities and work/life balance?

Thanks in advance

M

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#2 Re: EY advisory
18/04/2006 21:40

KMan

EY is dipping a toe into CDD, but they don't (yet) have much credibility - this is at least in part due to some vendor-instructed DD projects where the EY corporate finance guys made the EY CDD guys spin the investigation a bit too far towards the vendors point of view...

EY's operations consulting team (which does at least some post-deal integration) is good - Kim Stubbs is a good guy, and they seem to know their stuff.

I think the opportunities are good for junior-to-mid-level people. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone with more than about 5 years experience, unless you're happy to be a little less ambitious and take things a bit slower.

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