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KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?

 
#1 KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
23/03/2007 10:02

Gordon Gekko

Hi,

Does anyone know what the starting salary for KPMG technology advisory is? Bonuses?

- just another 'money mad grad' looking at the bottom line.

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#2 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
26/03/2007 15:24

G Gekko to Gordon Gekko (#1)

Not even a ballpark figure?

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#3 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
26/03/2007 15:46

Bored of Q's about salary to G Gekko (#2)

Twelve.

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#4 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
26/03/2007 16:41

GG to Bored of Q's about salary (#3)

Thanks for that Bored.

I'm bored of sarcastic inane responses with not even a trace of wit about them.

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#5 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
26/03/2007 18:13

Bored of Q's about salary to GG (#4)

How can you be bored? Only I answered.

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#6 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
26/03/2007 23:15

anon to Bored of Q's about salary (#5)

At least it keeps the thread alive until someone comes along with an answer.

More fun than just posting "bumps"

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#7 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
26/03/2007 23:24

GG to anon (#6)

You're right anon. It will continue.

Bored:

'Only I answered.'

I was of course referring to all the inane mindless responses on this forum by people who don't have anything better to do.

If I took your line of reasoning I could simply answer 'Only I asked' to your initial posting. Think about it. Yes, almost. That's it. Now you understand.

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#8 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
27/03/2007 08:34

Big Consultant to GG (#7)

And still no one has answered your question you thrusty little young gun.

1. Call KPMG and ask them.

2. Go to interview and see what they say.

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#9 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
28/06/2007 13:59

currently at kpmg to Gordon Gekko (#1)

You will get around 18k in the north, a bit more down south. You'll spend a large amount of you first three years doing external audit support.

Its less if you want the ACA.

By the time you have done 3-4 years you will be pushing 30k plus bonus. ACA's don't get annual bonus.

Its swings and round abouts. In the FS space, most of our grad recruits dont get to do "Advisory" work quite simply because they don't have the skills to advise our client base (multinational banks, FTSE 350s, PE houses etc)

But you will get some great house hold names on your CV, learn loads, get sick of paper work and have a good opportunity to move onward or upward.

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#10 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
28/06/2007 14:41

anon to currently at kpmg (#9)

Hi,

I was thinking about going for the ACA option, simply because I thought that I might as well, but I didn't realise that you would get less money for doing so. Not that it's all that matters, but do you know what the difference is between the ACA and non-ACA routes?

Thanks

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#11 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
28/06/2007 15:09

BB to anon (#10)

So is it the case that ACAs will always get pretty low wages during training? Why?

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#12 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
28/06/2007 15:22

BB to anon (#10)

So is it the case that ACAs will always get pretty low wages during training? Why?

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#13 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
28/06/2007 16:09

anon to deleted (#0)

because there's too many of them who are willing to work for peanuts

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#14 RE: KPMG - tech. advisory grad salary?
28/06/2007 22:39

howzat to anon (#13)

ACA pay is lower because:

a) ACA training is expensive

b) Time spent training (about a third of your time) isn't spent working

c) Time spent working as an ACA trainee isn't spent on particularly high-value tasks

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