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Question about Oliver Wyman..

 
#1 Question about Oliver Wyman..
24/12/2007 14:14

Timmy

A friend of mine recently attended a presentation held by Oliver Wyman. She said that she's not 100% sure but she does recall the representatives saying that Oliver Wyman (after the merger/name change in 2007) is 4th place (in management consulting) in terms of revenue (behind Mckinsey, Bain and BCG). Can anyone please confirm!

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#2 RE: Question about Oliver Wyman..
24/12/2007 14:49

anon to Timmy (#1)

I find that very hard to believe. Surely Accenture, IBM, Capgemini and co top the list for revenue due to the sheer size of their workforce?

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#3 RE: Question about Oliver Wyman..
27/12/2007 22:54

anon to anon (#2)

http://www.accountancyage.com/accountancyage/features/2203058/management-consultancy-top

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