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Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

 
#1 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
11/09/2006 15:49

Bonesetter to deleted (#0)

How is the heirarchy in DTT named? To clarify, if we were to use the industry standard BC1, BC2 etc what are the relative terms used for each level?

Any one in the know?

Thanks

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#2 RE: Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
11/09/2006 16:57

RG to Bonesetter (#1)

There is a lettered system of grades:

P,S or T1/S2/S3

M1/M2/M4/M6 etc etc

...that are used across DTT but these just cause confusion across certain parts of the business.

In Consulting (but not those parts with a small C that are aprt of Corporate Finance)

M1 is Consultant

M2 Senior Consultant

M4 Manager

M5 Senior Manager

M6 Director

M68 Principal

A Partner

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