Landing a job in the consulting industry generally means that
you're going to have to sit through any number of case interviews.
The following tips are excerpted from Vault's recently-updated
Guide to the Case Interview, which features many more practical
tips, as well as real-life interview examples from the likes of
BCG, McKinsey, A.T. Kearney and more. 1. Take Notes As your
interviewer presents your case, be sure to take careful notes on
the numbers or other facts given. Read More >
Today, there are more than 8,900 hedge fund firms in the world.
Many firms have fewer than five employees, and even the largest
firms typically have only between 200 and 1,000 employees.
Bridgewater Associates, for example, has the most assets under
management of any hedge fund, but it only employs 1,500 people.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management, ranked second in assets under
management, employs less than 1,000 investment professionals. Read More >
It's that time of year again: Vault's 2016 Consulting rankings for
Asia-Pacific are here! As with our North America rankings, I'm
delighted to point out that both the number of firms and the
overall number of consultants participating in our survey in the
Asia-Pacific region increased significantly from year to year. And,
as with all our surveys, every response we received came from a
verified employee of the firm being surveyed. Read More >
Landing a private equity job might not be as difficult as running a
four-minute mile or swimming across the English Channel, but it can
be quite a formidable challenge. To many who love finance (and
large paychecks), a private equity position is a dream job. And the
majority of PE firms only hire when they're fundraising or
otherwise expanding. Read More >
I'm delighted to announce the release of the 2016 Vault Best
Consulting Firms to Work For rankings for North America-the most
comprehensive ranking of employers in the consulting industry that
you can find anywhere. Read More >