In EY, we have something called channel 1 (audit and assurance) and channel 2 (advisory/risk mgmt etc)
Thts how the business lines are classified. Channel I provides for the base business and thn channel 2 is more "exotic" where the margins are higher.
This could be for banking/real estate/consumer goods/NFP etc.
If you can ask pointed questions , ill try to answer em.
I guess PWC also works on the same lines.
Thanks for the input.
snipertrader, banking/finance is not where I see myself. What is EY's "business"? From a meet the firms event I recently attended, EY and PwC stick out as the front runners in my search (strictly based on the people I met who work at the firm), so any help to distinguish these two would help.
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