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Unregistered 21-03-2018 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 105054)
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what job u doing now, kind to share?

same industry, turning 29 this year... if i were to bench my current remuneration package to big4, i'll be at M3 level or so... btw 100-110k p.a.

M1 being 6k+
M2 7k+
M3 8k+

ballpark figures..

Unregistered 21-03-2018 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by iwanthp (Post 105628)
Are the salaries and increments the same and will it be more relax in the way that no OT and just a standard 9-5 job?

obviously it's not going to be the same... those are considered as administrative positions...
heck, you don't really need too much qualification to even do basic book-keeping. POA / diploma is more than sufficient

buaytakchek93 22-03-2018 01:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 105972)
Hi, I was offered a Management Associate Position in Risk Assurance (Tech Audit) w/ one of the big four. Starting Pay 4k. At the same time, I was called up for 2nd round interview with Citibank's MA in Consumer banking sometime this week. The issue here is the one of the big 4 requires me to accept the offer by 23rd March. I am stuck in a dilemma and would like to hear your thoughts on this matter. Should I take up the offer or wait for Citibank's reply?

Additional Background
I am graduating from a local Uni this may, and my CGPA is at least in the top 30% of my cohort. Main Degree: IT

Looking for:
Career Progression & Experience in Finance / IT Industry

Much thanks, many gratitude

Any idea how is the increment and progression like? I got offered the same position too and is too lazy to carry on looking for job.

Unregistered 23-03-2018 12:19 AM

If one is looking for a career in internal audit, would joining Big 4's IA advisory department be better or joining external audit?

Unregistered 23-03-2018 12:30 PM

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Originally Posted by buaytakchek93 (Post 106043)
Any idea how is the increment and progression like? I got offered the same position too and is too lazy to carry on looking for job.

Please correct me if I am wrong.

From what I heard from my peers and seniors, this is how it goes for pay increment

First Year - 4K salary with no bonus
Second Year - 4k salary with bonus
Subsequent years - Pay increment with bonus

Not too sure about exit potential but you will be getting valuable experiences by working with big companies in Singapore. Additionally, this is a growing field with optimistic prospects.

Once again, these info are from my peers / seniors.

buaytakchek93 24-03-2018 05:42 PM

What's the main difference between core assurance and risk assurance?

Unregistered 24-03-2018 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by buaytakchek93 (Post 106128)
What's the main difference between core assurance and risk assurance?

External audit vs Internal audit

Kinga 29-03-2018 09:52 AM

1) How is the work life balance/working hours like for IT Risk Assurance?
2) Is it possible to study for a masters part-time in the evening?
3) How is the career and salary progression?
4) Does PwC pay for grad school (Masters/MBA)?

Unregistered 30-03-2018 05:14 AM

Hi
 
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Originally Posted by Kinga (Post 106253)
1) How is the work life balance/working hours like for IT Risk Assurance?
2) Is it possible to study for a masters part-time in the evening?
3) How is the career and salary progression?
4) Does PwC pay for grad school (Masters/MBA)?

1) don't know, not in that department
2) depend on your schedule and which project / manager ur booked under. Then again, not in that dept so can't comment
3) depends based on department. Ra is under internal audit, i believe should be follow the audit pay? Exit oops would definitely be decent.
4) I understand that only 1 dept in pwc who sponsors their people to go for top tier MBA's. Think h/s/w / insead and the likes. Then again that department is pretty exclusive and independent so u may want to check w your partner.

Unregistered 30-03-2018 06:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Kinga (Post 106253)
1) How is the work life balance/working hours like for IT Risk Assurance?
2) Is it possible to study for a masters part-time in the evening?
3) How is the career and salary progression?
4) Does PwC pay for grad school (Masters/MBA)?

Ra seems to be less intensive than ga but I'm not in either so can't comment much
Career and salary progression in pwc depends very much on which department you're in.
1 particular department in pwc actually sponsors their performers to top tier MBA schools, think h/w/s/insead etc. But I don't think that's across the organisation as well. From what I know they operate pretty much very independently


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