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EY Performance Improvement vs ITRA

 
#1 EY Performance Improvement vs ITRA
20/12/2012 14:51

sarahgrad

Does anyone have any thoughts on these two parts of the Advisory service line?

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#2 RE: EY Performance Improvement vs ITRA
20/12/2012 14:54

marsday to sarahgrad (#1)

Yes. But can you be more specific about what you want to know sarahgrad?

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#3 RE: EY Performance Improvement vs ITRA
20/12/2012 18:20

sarahgrad to marsday (#2)

Mainly the opportunities that these two lines open up in terms of career in the long-run, eg. main exits in industry...I'm still in uni at the moment thinking about applying to EY's grad scheme in my last year, so would be grateful if someone could tell me the different paths that they lead to. Thanks

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#4 RE: EY Performance Improvement vs ITRA
21/12/2012 11:05

Management_Ignored to sarahgrad (#3)

Sarah,

Two completely different service lines (both within the wider heading of advisory) with completely different offerings.

At a very high level, PI is EY's consulting arm, ITRA is an extension of the Audit arm (although it sits within the Risk practice in Advisory). They will likely sell you the ITRA role as advisory work, but it's essentially IT Audit.

Many of the ITRA joiners each year attempt to move from ITRA to the Advisory Consultant Programme, ACP, (the PI grad scheme). I know of only one person in the past three years who has gone from ACP to ITRA.

Have a quick look at the "IBM or EY?" thread, last updated on 14/12/12, as that covers a few opinions on EY ITRA.

My advice, go PI every time.

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#5 RE: EY Performance Improvement vs ITRA
23/12/2012 13:17

sarahgrad to Management_Ignored (#4)

Thanks for the advice, I think I'll be looking to apply for the PI grad scheme, as I'm interested in consulting rather than audit :)

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