RX Consulting Advice?
New guy here,
I've just joined an RX Consulting firm (not Alix, FTI, or A&M), and I'm looking forward to learning the RX business. For background, I went to a non-target school and graduated Cum Laude with an Undergrad in Accounting and a Masters in Finance. I have not had any RX internship experience. With this in mind, I figured this would be a good place to ask a couple of questions. Any other guidance and advice is greatly appreciated as well.
1) Do RX consulting firms use their preferred investment bankers for the client in the event of a sale, or do the clients reach out to the investment bankers by themselves?
2) Are there/where are any RX consulting tutorials for modeling or example case studies? I've seen a good bit of material for RX investment banking (and the Houlihan case study for example), but I recognize that RX IB is different from RX consulting.
3) What is the most important thing to do/to know when starting in RX consulting?
Again, any guidance/thoughts from anyone is greatly appreciated as I take this exciting first step in my career.