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Today 02:31 PM
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They help out on M&A transactions usually, assisting in different aspects like strategy, post-acquisition operations and etc. They start at 7k per month, typically work 9-6pm.
They have a lot of exit opportunities, from Insurance Agent to SAF General
Today 02:28 PM
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Hi sorry about being so vague. More specifically what are the types of work they do. How much are they getting paid compared to audit. Work hours. And perhaps a subjective question, is it better than audit as a career and when it comes to exit opportunity. Many tks.
They help out on M&A transactions usually, assisting in different aspects like strategy, post-acquisition operations and etc. They start at 7k per month, typically work 9-6pm.
Today 01:54 PM
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Can anyone share about orange's M&A Deals Advisory? Tks.
Hi sorry about being so vague. More specifically what are the types of work they do. How much are they getting paid compared to audit. Work hours. And perhaps a subjective question, is it better than audit as a career and when it comes to exit opportunity. Many tks.
Today 12:54 PM
Unregistered If u just stick on in big 4
Most likely u will make partner
As for sure u have clients on ur portfolio
Today 12:54 PM
Unregistered There are so many Sms and so many ppl on this “ partners “ list
At this rate almost anyone can be partner
Today 12:41 PM
Unregistered Hi everyone, if one wants to aim to become a partner (a highly driven individual that can endure setbacks in life), what one has to do over his career years to maximize his chance to become one (associate/senior associate level)
Today 11:42 AM
Unregistered [QUOTE=Unregistered;184115]If you read the original post instead of just the quoted post, he is asking about a specific company instead of general accounting.[/QUOTEI

would assume the same for SEA as well given that generally accounting/FP&A functions are cost centres where firms want to reduce as much costs as possible. So it would make sense that they are grouped under as commercial/industry accounting where the yearly increment follows the standard market rate of 2-3% (not as fast as audit).
Today 11:00 AM
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About as likely as having access to nuclear codes.
Don’t entertain the trolls… they just want attention on the internet… if you ignore them they will go somewhere else instead.
Today 10:59 AM
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To clarify, in commercial accounting, you should not be expecting $500 increment annually.

More reasonable expectations is looking at 2% to 3% salary adjustment when there is no promotion and no change in your job scope.
If you read the original post instead of just the quoted post, he is asking about a specific company instead of general accounting.
Yesterday 10:08 PM
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In general, commercial does not jump as fast as audit where you have a laddered mapped out progression plan. You should not be expecting annual increments in commercial, and you certainly do not get promoted every year.
To clarify, in commercial accounting, you should not be expecting $500 increment annually.

More reasonable expectations is looking at 2% to 3% salary adjustment when there is no promotion and no change in your job scope.
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