GE Capital, A&M, or Huron?

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Rank: Senior Chimp | 18

Hi everyone,

First of all, let me thank those of you who helped me out during the consulting firm research process and the case interview process. As it stands, I'm considering a few opportunities right now.

1) GE Capital's RMP program (like FMP, rotational leadership risk program)
2) Analyst at Alvarez and Marsal's public sector practice (top 15 consulting group)
3) Analyst at Huron Consulting Group's healthcare practice (top 50 consulting group)

Salary at all of them are within 10k of each other, benefits should be similar.

Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.

Comments (3)

Nov 19, 2010

Alvarez & Marsal hands down for restructuring - but GE's risk program comes in as a close second. didn't huron have that accounting scandal last year?

Nov 19, 2010

What's the flexibility to change groups like in A&M? If you can get out of public sector eventually, I'd go that route.

Nov 20, 2010