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Starting salary UB

Starting salary UB

Hello,

Since one reads something different everywhere, I would like to know from you how much Master's graduates earn at the big UBs when they start?

Would be interesting for this:
McKinsey
BCG
Bain
Roland Berger
Oliver Wyman
Strategy &

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McKinsey: 70,000 + around 10% bonus + car option
Strategy &: 83,000 + about 10% bonus
Bain: 72,500 + about 10% bonus + 2-3% company bonus
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 bonus
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus
Oliver Wyman: 72,000 + 10-15% bonus

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Re: starting salary UB company car

It remains to be mentioned that a company car is added to all of the above (except Strategy &).

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Re: starting salary UB

Well finally someone asks about the UB salaries ..

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ATK is too low, is at 75k plus bonus

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ATK has increased ?!

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ATK are 70k (contract March this year)

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Can confirm the numbers above. Everyone has a company car, I didn't end up with S &, but didn't make use of the car deal. I honestly find that very unattractive, you only have time on weekends anyway and then pay between 300-400 euros per month, no thanks.

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The savings from the office closings in the junior salaries makes sense too ...

Lounge guest wrote:

ATK has increased ?!

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Right, it just doesn't make sense. ATK is currently saving on every nook and cranny, even the travel guidelines have been adjusted.

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You should probably also look at your signing bonus in the first year.

That can add up to a few thousand euros

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If there are very few consultations, these are usually moving costs that are sold as a signing bonus.

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I had four offers at the time.

2x MBB
2x tier 2

We have offered a "bonus" to 3 UBs

Regardless of the moving costs, I was able to get a Fast Signing Bonus.

That was a low 4-digit amount, but at that time I was able to furnish part of my apartment for the first time.

Lounge guest wrote:

There are few consultations, mostly there are
Moving costs that are sold as a signing bonus.

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Hello,
First of all, thanks for the great salary overview on the 2nd poster. Can you perhaps say something about the salary development in the first 3-5 years at MBB (and T2)?

I am concerned with starting with a bachelor's degree, working for 3 years and then after 3 years to do the MBA / Master with subsidies.

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Unfortunately, no one will be able to tell you exactly how your salaries will change.

This varies extremely depending on your performance or what you are being promoted, whether you are doing another leave, etc.

At the "next" level after starting your master's degree (i.e. Consultat at BCG, Senior Consultant Roland Berger, etc.) you should already have a 6-digit salary.

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Bachelor salaries are lower anyway.

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Salary in the Bachelor is probably +/- 50,000 EUR

I would rather do the master's degree in a relaxed manner and then get in with 20k EUR more :)

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How does it look at T3? I know that has been asked before, but such an overview of current numbers would be really interesting. Does anyone have any insights about ...

Monitor Deloitte
Accenture Strategy
Horváth & Partners
goetzpartners
OC&C
SKP

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push current numbers on the starting salary at T3 ^^

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McKinsey: 70,000 + about 10% bonus + car option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 bonus
Bain: 72,500 + about 10% bonus + 2-3% company bonus
Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + car allowance + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus
Strategy &: 70,000 + 13,000 car allowance + around 10% bonus
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

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BCG does not pay a bonus in the first year.

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What? Does that mean you get 10k more in the first year at Bain? I hardly think so.

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

BCG does not pay a bonus in the first year.

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BCG gives you as many vacation days as you want ... rofl

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

What? Does that mean you get 10k more in the first year at Bain? I hardly think so.

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

BCG does not pay a bonus in the first year.

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Of course, BCG pays a bonus in the first year. However, the calendar year counts and you have to have been there for at least half of the year in order to get a (partial) bonus for the year. Does that mean, if you start at the beginning of November, only November and December would be without a bonus. Can't imagine that the other deliberations will handle this very differently.

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WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

Of course, BCG pays a bonus in the first year. However, the calendar year counts and you have to have been there for at least half of the year in order to get a (partial) bonus for the year. Does that mean, if you start at the beginning of November, only November and December would be without a bonus. I cannot imagine that the other deliberations will handle this very differently.

But why shouldn't you get a pro rata bonus for two months? So what's the point of working for almost € 700 less a month just because you joined in November instead of October?

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Yes, exactly the top selling;) Was a brilliant move by BCG to push the vacation days of employees under 20 days, in order to be celebrated at Wiwi-Treff!

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

BCG gives you as many vacation days as you want ... rofl

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

What? Does that mean you get 10k more in the first year at Bain? I hardly think so.

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

BCG does not pay a bonus in the first year.

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Is nonsense, I know two other T1 / T2 consultations and there is actually a pro rata bonus and not only from six months. At BCG, when you offer a contract you will be informed that you will not get a bonus in the first year, in the second it will be 8k gross.

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Right, and on top of that, these few vacation days are almost "not allowed" to be taken in the first year, you don't want to be among the 15% (BCG kicks out the "worst" 15%) that are already after half a year or are allowed to leave after a year.

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

Yes, exactly the top selling;) Was a brilliant move by BCG to push the vacation days of the employees under 20 days, in order to then be celebrated at Wiwi-Treff!

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

BCG gives you as many vacation days as you want ... rofl

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

What? Does that mean you get 10k more in the first year at Bain? I hardly think so.

WiWi Gast wrote on December 13th, 2017:

BCG does not pay a bonus in the first year.

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PUSH

Does anyone have the latest figures on the starting salary at Monitor Deloitte as a master?

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Re: starting salary UB

Thanks.
Does the number refer to all-in or fixed?
What does the bonus scheme look like?
Are there other benefits such as overtime, a car, etc.?

WiWi Gast wrote on July 10th, 2018:

60k

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WiWi Gast wrote on April 28, 2017:

McKinsey: 70,000 + around 10% bonus + car option
Strategy &: 83,000 + about 10% bonus
Bain: 72,500 + about 10% bonus + 2-3% company bonus
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 bonus
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus
Oliver Wyman: 72,000 + 10-15% bonus

Are these salaries unchanged in 2018? What happens if you sign a contract for 2019 today and then your salaries go up?

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Then of course you will get what you signed ...
What kind of questions are these?

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Accenture Strategy = approx. 55k + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60k + 10% bonus

No car deal for either
Refers to entry with a master's degree

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Here is a supplementary summary of the salaries mentioned in this threat and elsewhere in the forum (permanent entry with master’s):

McKinsey: 70,000 + 10,000 Bonus + Car Option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 Bonus + Car Option
Bain: 72,500 + approx. 12% bonus + 2-3% company bonus

Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus + car option
Strategy &: 70,000 + approx. 10% bonus + 13,000 car option (payable)
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

Stern Stewart: 80,000 + 20-35% bonus
EY Parthenon: 68.0000 + 10-20% Bonus + Car Option
Accenture: 55,000 + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60.0000 + 10% bonus
zeb: 62,000 + approx. 10,000 bonus

Please add!

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Re: starting salary UB

At every BB / EB / T2 bank, the salary is higher and significantly higher.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 26, 2019:

Here is a supplementary summary of the salaries mentioned in this threat and elsewhere in the forum (permanent entry with master’s):

McKinsey: 70,000 + 10,000 Bonus + Car Option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 Bonus + Car Option
Bain: 72,500 + approx. 12% bonus + 2-3% company bonus

Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus + car option
Strategy &: 70,000 + approx. 10% bonus + 13,000 car option (payable)
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

Stern Stewart: 80,000 + 20-35% bonus
EY Parthenon: 68.0000 + 10-20% Bonus + Car Option
Accenture: 55,000 + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60.0000 + 10% bonus
zeb: 62,000 + approx. 10,000 bonus

Please add!

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At every BB / EB / T2 bank, the salary is higher and significantly higher.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 26, 2019:

Here is a supplementary summary of the salaries mentioned in this threat and elsewhere in the forum (permanent entry with Master's degree):

McKinsey: 70,000 + 10,000 Bonus + Car Option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 Bonus + Car Option
Bain: 72,500 + approx. 12% bonus + 2-3% company bonus

Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus + car option
Strategy &: 70,000 + approx. 10% bonus + 13,000 car option (payable)
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

Stern Stewart: 80,000 + 20-35% bonus
EY Parthenon: 68.0000 + 10-20% Bonus + Car Option
Accenture: 55,000 + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60.0000 + 10% bonus
zeb: 62,000 + approx. 10,000 bonus

Please add more!

That's not the point and besides, the difference is only ~ 10-15k in the first year, which I, myself an IBler, find quite sobering in view of the significantly greater workload.

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At every BB / EB / T2 bank, the salary is higher and significantly higher.

At every BB / EB / T2 bank you have to go to the office on weekends as well. Not during the deliberations.

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How much does the salary (fixed, bonus, all-in) increase at Bain from "Associate Consultant" to "Senior Associate Consultant"? The first "minor promotion" is pretty quick.

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And by the third year you have already outdone the advisor.
IB is life

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At every BB / EB / T2 bank, the salary is higher and significantly higher.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 26, 2019:

Here is a supplementary summary of the salaries mentioned in this threat and elsewhere in the forum (permanent entry with master’s):

McKinsey: 70,000 + 10,000 Bonus + Car Option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 Bonus + Car Option
Bain: 72,500 + approx. 12% bonus + 2-3% company bonus

Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus + car option
Strategy &: 70,000 + approx. 10% bonus + 13,000 car option (payable)
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

Stern Stewart: 80,000 + 20-35% bonus
EY Parthenon: 68.0000 + 10-20% Bonus + Car Option
Accenture: 55,000 + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60.0000 + 10% bonus
zeb: 62,000 + approx. 10,000 bonus

Please add!

That's not the point and besides the difference is only ~ 10-15k in the first year, which I, myself an IBler, find quite sobering in view of the significantly greater workload.

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Which life please !? You don't have any more in IB ...

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

And by the third year you have already outdone the advisor.
IB is life

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At every BB / EB / T2 bank, the salary is higher and significantly higher.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 26, 2019:

Here is a supplementary summary of the salaries mentioned in this threat and elsewhere in the forum (permanent entry with Master's degree):

McKinsey: 70,000 + 10,000 Bonus + Car Option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 Bonus + Car Option
Bain: 72,500 + approx. 12% bonus + 2-3% company bonus

Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus + car option
Strategy &: 70,000 + approx. 10% bonus + 13,000 car option (payable)
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

Stern Stewart: 80,000 + 20-35% bonus
EY Parthenon: 68.0000 + 10-20% Bonus + Car Option
Accenture: 55,000 + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60.0000 + 10% bonus
zeb: 62,000 + approx. 10,000 bonus

Please add more!

That's not the point and besides, the difference is only ~ 10-15k in the first year, which I, myself an IBler, find quite sobering in view of the significantly greater workload.

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Says the guy who is away from home for 4-5 days and whose wife then looks elsewhere.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

Which life please !? In IB you don't have any more ...

And by the third year you have already outdone the advisor.
IB is life

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At every BB / EB / T2 bank, the salary is higher and significantly higher.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 26, 2019:

Here is a supplementary summary of the salaries mentioned in this threat and elsewhere in the forum (permanent entry with master’s):

McKinsey: 70,000 + 10,000 Bonus + Car Option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 Bonus + Car Option
Bain: 72,500 + approx. 12% bonus + 2-3% company bonus

Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus + car option
Strategy &: 70,000 + approx. 10% bonus + 13,000 car option (payable)
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

Stern Stewart: 80,000 + 20-35% bonus
EY Parthenon: 68.0000 + 10-20% Bonus + Car Option
Accenture: 55,000 + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60.0000 + 10% bonus
zeb: 62,000 + approx. 10,000 bonus

Please add!

That's not the point and besides, the difference is only ~ 10-15k in the first year, which I, myself an IBler, find quite sobering in view of the significantly greater workload.

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Naive question on my part:
How does it work with an educational leave: how long do I stay with the consulting company after I have completed my MBA?

WiWi Gast wrote on May 4th, 2017:

Hello,
First of all, thanks for the great salary overview on the 2nd poster. Can you perhaps say something about the salary development in the first 3-5 years at MBB (and T2)?

I am concerned with starting with a bachelor's degree, working for 3 years and then after 3 years to do the MBA / Master with a subsidy.

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

And from the third year onwards you have already overtaken the consultant.
IB is life

Are the IB T1 / 2 salaries really that much higher than UB T1 / 2 after 5-10 years?

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At every BB / EB / T2 bank, the salary is higher and significantly higher.

Here is a supplementary summary of the salaries mentioned in this threat and elsewhere in the forum (permanent entry with master’s):

McKinsey: 70,000 + 10,000 Bonus + Car Option
BCG: 70,000 + 8,000 Bonus + Car Option
Bain: 72,500 + approx. 12% bonus + 2-3% company bonus

Oliver Wyman: 72,500 + 10-15% bonus + 2-3% company bonus + car option
Strategy &: 70,000 + approx. 10% bonus + 13,000 car option (payable)
AT Kearney: 70,000 + 10% bonus
Roland Berger: 68,000 + 10-15% bonus

Stern Stewart: 80,000 + 20-35% bonus
EY Parthenon: 68.0000 + 10-20% Bonus + Car Option
Accenture: 55,000 + 20% bonus
Monitor Deloitte: 60.0000 + 10% bonus
zeb: 62,000 + approx. 10,000 bonus

Please add!

That's not the point and besides, the difference is only ~ 10-15k in the first year, which I, myself an IBler, find quite sobering in view of the significantly greater workload.

So for me it was more of a> 30k difference in the first year. And then it's worth it. The gap also tends to widen further

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It is pointless to identify yourself through your job in general and your salary in particular.

I think 2 things can be said based on the information:

  1. The differences in the UBs at the beginning are not essential
  2. In IB you earn an average of 10-20k more

Therefore should

  • a) People who choose their job based on their salary in IB and
  • b) When deciding between UBs, salary should not be the most important factor.
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You can tell you are neither nor.

Which woman: D
In reality, a good 80% of people who have jobs for a couple of years are in their mid-20s and are single.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

Says the guy who is away from home for 4-5 days and whose wife then looks elsewhere.

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Significantly more on average.
As an Associate / VP, the bonus is almost as high as your salary.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

It is pointless to identify yourself through your job in general and your salary in particular.

I think 2 things can be said based on the information:

  1. The differences in the UBs at the beginning are not essential
  2. In IB you earn an average of 10-20k more

Therefore should

  • a) People who choose their job based on salary in IB and
  • b) When deciding between UBs, salary should not be the most important factor.
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At which bank do you earn well over 100k in the first year? (SSCO / S &)

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

It is pointless to identify yourself through your job in general and your salary in particular.

I think 2 things can be said based on the information:

  1. The differences in the UBs at the beginning are not essential
  2. In IB you earn an average of 10-20k more

Therefore should

  • a) People who choose their job based on salary in IB and
  • b) When deciding between UBs, salary should not be the most important factor.
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After 5 years as VP in banking you have your 300k and let your analyst work for you, at the same time you are at MBB Engagement Manager etc and take your 200k home with you.

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At which bank do you earn well over 100k in the first year? (SSCO / S &)

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

It is pointless to identify yourself with your job in general and your salary in particular.

I think 2 things can be said based on the information:

  1. The differences in the UBs at the beginning are not essential
  2. In IB you earn an average of 10-20k more

Therefore should

  • a) People who choose their job based on their salary in IB and
  • b) When deciding between UBs, salary should not be the most important factor.

Definitely with all BBs and EBs. My salary in the first year was around 115k. The UBs have to stretch a lot. The salary increase is also much larger / faster in the IB. But everything has its advantages and disadvantages, no question about it.

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With every Bulge Bracket + EB?
In addition, the salary developments at both are significantly worse than at MBB, let alone IB

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

At which bank do you earn well over 100k in the first year? (SSCO / S &)

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

It is pointless to identify yourself with your job in general and your salary in particular.

I think 2 things can be said based on the information:

  1. The differences in the UBs at the beginning are not essential
  2. In IB you earn an average of 10-20k more

Therefore should

  • a) People who choose their job based on their salary in IB and
  • b) When deciding between UBs, salary should not be the most important factor.
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That's nonsense. SSCO always (clearly) above MBB in terms of salary

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

It is pointless to identify yourself through your job in general and your salary in particular.

I think 2 things can be said based on the information:

  1. The differences in the UBs at the beginning are not essential
  2. In IB you earn an average of 10-20k more

Therefore should

  • a) People who choose their job based on their salary in IB and
  • b) When deciding between UBs, salary should not be the most important factor.

Then the thread could have closed;)
By the way: 5 or even 10 years of IB are really very rare (no different in consulting)

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First-hand: Roland Berger Senior Consultant approx. 180k ...
What about the IB with a comparable T2 bank? You don't crack the 180k that fast either .. T2 UB = T2 IB?
T3 also ..?

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

First-hand: Roland Berger Senior Consultant approx. 180k ...
What about the IB with a comparable T2 bank? You don't crack the 180k that fast either .. T2 UB = T2 IB?
T3 also ..?

How many years of professional experience does a senior consultant have? Then I can tell you more. In the IB you should be able to reach 180 in the 4th year.

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What a nonsense.
Typically 90% stay with MBB or BB for twenty years.
Everyone can take it.

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

It is pointless to identify yourself with your job in general and your salary in particular.

I think 2 things can be said based on the information:

  1. The differences in the UBs at the beginning are not essential
  2. In IB you earn an average of 10-20k more

Therefore should

  • a) People who choose their job based on their salary in IB and
  • b) When deciding between UBs, salary should not be the most important factor.

Then the thread could have closed;)
By the way: 5 or even 10 years of IB are really very rare (no different in consulting)

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

First-hand: Roland Berger Senior Consultant approx. 180k ...
What about the IB with a comparable T2 bank? You don't crack the 180k that fast either .. T2 UB = T2 IB?
T3 also ..?

180 as a senior consultant? Thought MBB and T2 moves in the SC level at 120-150 all-in and the latter rather when jumping in front of the manager ...

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

First-hand: Roland Berger Senior Consultant approx. 180k ...
What about the IB with a comparable T2 bank? You don't crack the 180k that fast either .. T2 UB = T2 IB?
T3 also ..?

T2 IB is guaranteed to pay better. Do you become a Senior Consultant after 5-6 years? You are a Third Year Adsociate / VP and earn your 130-150K plus 50-100% bonus.

Also, RB pays the worst of the T2 UBs and SSCO has by far the toughest times ..

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A senior consultant at berger earns max 130k du palaberer

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The SSCO and the toughest times have been over for a few years, my good;)

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But induction / deduction etc. you don't seem to learn at the DHBW, right?

I started my banking training in 2015 and only do my training in Equity Sales (Front Office) of a T2 Bank (previously DB Back Office) and draw 80k a year, but I still don't do the big Larry with individual fates in this forum like a few DHBW employees .

If I want to go to High Finance or Top UB, the first choice is not DHBW, but Uni. Frankfurt also has a top reputation, contrary to some of the contributions in this forum.

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

But induction / deduction etc. you don't seem to learn at the DHBW, right?

I started my banking training in 2015 and only do my training in Equity Sales (Front Office) of a T2 Bank (previously DB Back Office) and draw 80k a year, but I still don't do the big Larry with individual fates in this forum like a few DHBW employees .

If I want to go to High Finance or Top UB, the first choice is not DHBW, but Uni. Frankfurt also has a top reputation, contrary to some of the contributions in this forum.

With 80k you shouldn't do the Larry either. That was my bonus in year 3

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

But induction / deduction etc. you don't seem to learn at the DHBW, right?

I started my banking training in 2015 and only do my training in Equity Sales (Front Office) of a T2 Bank (previously DB Back Office) and draw 80k a year, but I still don't do the big Larry with individual fates in this forum like a few DHBW employees .

If I want to go to High Finance or Top UB, the first choice is not DHBW, but Uni. Frankfurt also has a top reputation, contrary to some of the contributions in this forum.

With 80k you shouldn't do the Larry either. That was my bonus in year 3

You're a crazy guy, we should all look up to you.

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WiWi Gast wrote on March 27, 2019:

But induction / deduction etc. you don't seem to learn at the DHBW, right?

I started my banking training in 2015 and only do my training in Equity Sales (Front Office) of a T2 Bank (previously DB Back Office) and draw 80k a year, but I still don't do the big Larry with individual fates in this forum like a few DHBW employees .

If I want to go to High Finance or Top UB, the first choice is not DHBW, but Uni. Frankfurt also has a top reputation, contrary to some of the contributions in this forum.

How he sees himself in "High Finance" and pulls 80k: D: D: D

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