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I have always wanted to work for the big 4. Found the idea of working with different clients, travel and the learning experience to be exiting . Not sure if this is just in my head and the grass looks greener on the other side . I currently work in program mgmt at Apple and wanted to understand if anyone has made the switch from faang to consulting? Is the pay and lifestyle rewarding. Should I experience this life before I get older ?PwC EY Deloitte KPMG
Hi all. Please give me an advice. I am still in my twenties but was fired by HF in less than a year because of bad relationship with my boss and my poor performance (originally from EU investment bank) Three months have passed now and got an offer from back office position from another EU investment bank. Though i want to continue seeking front office position, no pipeline anymore now. Should I accept this offer?
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What is your 1st impression on this person background: A bachelor degree holder from business administration Worked as data analyst in a commerce company for 3 years mostly on some projects related to costing control and cost modeling No specific finance/account degree but moved to finance department as FP&A in the same company for 2 years, decent understanding on SQL / modeling/ techical skills/ reporting and analysis Carry on on her/his career as a finance analyst in other companies
Hey random question. I know many in IB look at PE as the glorified exit op. Anybody who joined PE after didn’t like the nature of work compare to IB? Im in mid market banking and there are some businesses I just don’t see myself enjoying getting involved in the operations post close… any thoughts appreciated! Thanks!
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- Current Intern, more than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Full-immersion into trading and financial market analysis. Different style of mentor-ship helps you develop your style of trading, whether it is more defensive, aggressive for long and short term hold. The technology support is also state of the art. Amplify has development its own technology which can assess your technical and fundamental knowledge together with your behavioural attitude as sales, infra-day trader, asset manager or hedge fund analyst. The main trading floor is based in the heart of the city of London, next to the Bank of England (Bank station).
System happens to be a bit slow sometimes Coffee machine should be definitely replaced.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great introduction to the financial markets reflected in the fact the company has numerous institutional level clients and some of the most prestigious Universities in the UK and Europe - this is reflected in the content of the courses delivered. Management and staff are all very approachable and the practical front office experience is the prefect spring board to a career in finance or to further develop experience in trading.
Need a better coffee machine! ... new internal platform is great and a much welcomed improvement from the previous system.Continue reading
- Former Intern, less than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great company vibe, the week long theory&strategy training before getting into trading desk is truly informative. BUT the BEST part during the program is experienced traders, in my case, Sam was responsible for monitoring, reviewed mine EVERY SINGLE trade in depth (most of the time were being asked to hold my position)whenever I demand it. Every mistake in trading could be fatal and they never stop helping novice trader to learn from it.
The coffee machine wasn't fixed during the program.