I've worked in Investment Consulting for 3 years and progressing well but am considering a change. I'mand their Government Infrastructure Advisory roles.
From the blurb "The EY Lead Advisory practice focuses on providing sector focusedadvice across a range of transactional activity including infrastructure projects, M&A, debt advisory, finance raising and commercial advisory."
Does anyone know what day to day work would be like in this sort of roll? Presumably it trains you to become a "jack of all trades" but master of none?
The role would be relatively junior so would expect there to be a large amount of modelling, but also a lot of outsourcing work to other teams within EY (corporate finance etc)? They ask for someone with a quant degree/background.
Is anyone able to shed any more light on day to day work in a role like this?
What are the future career prospects from such a role? I would like to combine my investment experience with the infrastructure/deal experience and potentially work at an Infrastructure investment fund, or a a Private Equity firm. Is this likely to be achievable?
Any and all help appreciated.