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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    I hope you and your brother can patch things up.
    Lol. We're trying. He's a new grad in the industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Project Monkey View Post
    Tip: first decide what you are, PM or BA.
    Agree with this point and I do amend the CV accordingly. The role I'm currently contracting in is actually a hybrid PM/BA as we work in a pool of project specialists.

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    Maybe you need to gradually move into IB rather than doing it overnight. I am currently working in wealth management and often work in the city (going this week as a matter of fact). Working in Liverpool street and adding wealth management/pension funds etc to your CV gives you more options as well as contacts within the industry. To be honest its all bull

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthWestPerm2Contr View Post
    Maybe you need to gradually move into IB rather than doing it overnight. I am currently working in wealth management and often work in the city (going this week as a matter of fact). Working in Liverpool street and adding wealth management/pension funds etc to your CV gives you more options as well as contacts within the industry. To be honest its all bull
    Good idea and that's not something I had considered, so will look into going that path. Thanks

    To be honest its all bull
    I couldn't agree more. If my current contract could offer the same rates, then I'd happily stay where I am.

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