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KPMG grades vs. Cap grades

 
#1 KPMG grades vs. Cap grades
06/11/2006 16:24

Cap2KPMG

I'm have just moved upto Senior Consultant grade at Cap but have been offered D grade at KPMG ("working at top-end"). Does this feel right?

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#2 RE: KPMG grades vs. Cap grades
07/11/2006 11:55

Village Idiot to Cap2KPMG (#1)

Yes, it feels about right -- 'D' grade at KPMG is just before manager. You'll be running small engagements on your own or managing parts of larger engagements.

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#3 RE: KPMG grades vs. Cap grades
07/11/2006 19:48

Cap2KPMG to Village Idiot (#2)

Thanks - this was helpful. D grade is just 1 up from their E (graduate) grade and so seemed like a step down but from what you describe it is pretty much what a SC at Cap would be expected to do. Pay/Benefits should also alot better.

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#4 RE: KPMG grades vs. Cap grades
08/11/2006 06:31

Village Idiot to Cap2KPMG (#3)

KPMG Grades:

A = Partner

B = Director / Senior Manager

C = Manager

D = Senior Consultant

E = Consultant / Analyst

Typically, on the Audit side of the firm, you would be an E grade until you qualified, after which you'd be promoted to D grade. Generally speaking, each grade also has (unofficial) years attached (E1/E2/E3 etc) which dictate your charge-out rate, but there's no fixed length of time you have to stay in a particular grade before being promoted.

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#5 RE: KPMG grades vs. Cap grades
08/11/2006 13:36

Info to Village Idiot (#4)

P = Partner

A = Director

B = Snr Manager

C = Manager

D = Senior Consultant

E = Analyst

Typically 2 years as analyst before promotion to D grade depending on performance.

Pay is not fantastic tho.

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#6 RE: KPMG grades vs. Cap grades
08/11/2006 20:10

Village Idiot to Info (#5)

Apologies - it's been a while since I last worked at KPMG. At that time, director & senior manager were in the same grade, and a partner was an 'A' grade.

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#7 RE: KPMG grades vs. Cap grades
26/10/2009 13:13

Zing Zang to Village Idiot (#6)

... what are the Cap staff grades / levels then?

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