Ernst & Young - FSO Advisory

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Oct 16 5 Comments

Hey Blind,

Is anyone here familiar with the Advisory practice within EY’s Financial Services Office? I’ve been in the financial services industry for just over 6 years at top US banks (think GS/MS/BofA) and was thinking about pursuing a jump towards FSO Advisory. Have they been hiring a lot recently? It looks like their are almost 75-100 roles open at any given time in the NYC area.

I’m open to any advice here!

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  • EY MBpK08
    Major money maker for EY but had a rough couple of years in BCM due to deregulation. Overall, one of the most solid groups within EY.
    Oct 16 1
    • Chase / Finance
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      Citibank, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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      What teams in Banking & Capital Markets have been hit the hardest? Anything I should avoid when I apply?
      Oct 16
  • EY / Consultant rs999
    FSO Advisory is huge. What pillar? Risk or PI? PI is generally good. But Risk roles vary significantly. PI Capital Markets is doing pretty well recently.
    Oct 16 2
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      I’m eyeing PI but my skillset could be a good fit for both. Why is Performance Improvement doing so well? Also, how can I learn more about the Risk roles you’re referring to?
      Oct 16
    • EY / Consultant rs999
      Deregulation like the other guy said. Risk’s QAS and TPRC are good practices for quantitative experience, but the rest of Risk roles are not that interesting. Honestly in this environment, I wouldn’t go to Risk. DM me if you have other questions. I’m in FSO PI
      Oct 16

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