The question I want to ask is whether audit at a Big 4 is actually consideredin the exit opportunity sense and not just by pure definition. I actually worked for audit over the summer and definitely felt that it was more than . By definition, is client facing and revenue generating, both of which audit checks. But by exit opportunities, I didn't really get the feeling that you could network into banking other than the already bottle-necked CF/Advisory to route.
So the question is, I got an internal audit MO (interaction withand senior management) offer at a bank and the audit offer at Big 4, which will more likely let me exit to the real at a bank?
During the 2 months at audit, I did face clients, It was actually a BBIB so that wasn't too bad. But the team dealt only withFinance people and at best Risk Management. You probably need to be a manager or above to interact with the CFO or COO and that's not really that helpful anyway!
Thank you in advance!