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Yesterday 12:21 AM
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it's true, associates earn 30k per month, mother have to pay company to be hired
ish tru, i am the client paying for chiur 30k paychek
03-02-2020 03:26 PM
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lan jiao lang

big4 manager >14k?

then your mother earn 5cts each month
it's true, associates earn 30k per month, mother have to pay company to be hired
03-02-2020 03:25 PM
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if you want to do advisory/consulting work, go and apply for MBB. the big 4 are generally terrible places to work at. salary is low. hours are long. progression is slow. overall just terrible.
it's true, but it's not easy to get into MBB...

only the cream of the cream.

big4 consulting ain't that bad but just not as premium compared to BCG Bain Mckinsey
03-02-2020 03:23 PM
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What’s the next rank up after senior associate?

Thought you would be manager or AD with your exp
Unless you come from very reputable boutique practice or giant consulting firms, chances are Big4 will downplay and push you 1 rank / promotion down.

AMs (or Senior Year 3) are only getting 5+, if you are gunning for SA I would say your best shot is between 4.8k to 5k.

All the best
03-02-2020 03:21 PM
Unregistered sidetrack a little, not the usual Big4 (KPMG / PWC / EY / Deloitte) but within the trust and corporate services space, more towards private client (trust and fund administration)

say Vistra, TMF, Intertrust and Tricor - anyone know what is the range for Manager and Senior Manager? Would it be similar to usual Audit practice big4 SM pay range?

enquire a mid-tier to realise that their SM range from 7k to 9k only.

in Big4, M should be between 6-8k?

My gut feel is SM should be at least mid to high 8k to maybe 10-11k? can anyone confirm?

or SM wouldn't be hitting 5 figures, only AD and D onwards?
30-01-2020 01:29 AM
Unregistered There are certain roles in Big4s that don't really differentiate your degree(SIM/local etc), while some other roles they are very particular. You just have to apply for the correct one, and of course don't be a borderline pass for all your mods.

There are many SIM grads in the Big4s, even as recent as 2019, they are always hiring people from all unis, you won't know unless you're in the HR. Trust me, I seen 5-6 SIM grads in just 1 LoS in Pwc within 2 months during the hiring season last year.

And the starting pay is pretty standard across the big 4s, no point comparing. Whether you are local or SIM grad, you get the same.
30-01-2020 12:05 AM
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Hi seniors, may I know what are the chances for an SIM-UOL grad to get into Big4? I am a prospective student.

Sorry if this has been asked many times before. But can we expect at least 3K starting pay for Big4 or even mid-tier firms?

Thanks for the insights.
Hi. I am an SIM-UOL grad. I would say that it is pretty hard to get into big4 with our degree. if you do have connections, do rely on it. I am in the tax dept. I was offered 3k by 2 big4 firms and 2.8K by a mid-tier firm (starting with the letter M). I would say the offers by big 4 were better for my year. I do not know what others receive but this was what I was offered.
29-01-2020 02:14 AM
Unregistered Can I know if honors classification still matter for big 4?
14-12-2019 07:24 AM
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Quick question. Is it possible for fresh grads to be offered by PwC (any LoS) a Snr Associate position, or achieve that within 1 year? I thought the norm was 2 years for fresh grad to go from A to SA across all LoS but have recently heard stories of people accomplishing both of the above.
No idea about the Big 4 but this happens in RSM (Advisory). From what I've observed just a couple of people get that double promotion from the 100+ advisory unit. Usually reserved for those who perform well in the bigger engagements that mid-tiers depend on for revenue.
10-12-2019 08:32 AM
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I had an interview KPMG about 2 weeks ago for the Senior Associate role in Infrastructure Advisory. My current payscale is 6k pm with 7 years work experience.
1) Any idea how much can i expect if i am offered a job with KPMG
2) is it wise to demand atleast 7k or more as this thread shows that the SA is paid around 4.5k
What’s the next rank up after senior associate?

Thought you would be manager or AD with your exp
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