Operating in Asia-Pacific for more than half a century, McKinsey is a well-established and impactful player in some of the world’s largest economies. With thousands upon thousands of projects and successful client engagements in the regions—and counting—there’s no shortage of opportunities for advancement, excitement, and diverse experiences for jobseekers with a strong interest in Asian markets.
38.17% of Votes
Founded in 1995, BCG Singapore has a diverse, local, regional and global team of 170 serving a client mix of top Singapore and Southeast Asian companies, government agencies, and multinational corporations. Purpose-driven, the firm strives to drive lasting impact for its employees, clients, and society. Its social impact work in the Asia-Pacific region includes partnerships in China, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and India.
37.31% of Votes
The consulting industry might be inherently global, but it was Bain & Company that broke ground in the Chinese market in 1993 by becoming the first global strategic consultancy to establish an office in Beijing. Today, the firm is a standard-bearer of the industry in the Asia-Pacific markets, with offices in more than a dozen countries in the region.
29.00% of Votes
Deloitte is a global provider of audit, tax, financial services and consulting. The firm is one of the Big Four accounting organizations. Services include corporate strategy, marketing and sales strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and innovation; manufacturing operations including supply chain; sector-specific service operations; infrastructure operations including outsourcing advisory and shared services; and financial management.
23.24% of Votes
21.11% of Votes
NERA Economic Consulting understands what many people can’t: economics. The firm provides economic advice, analysis, expert testimony, and regulatory insight for global clients throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. NERA specializes in bringing academic analysis and rigor, objectivity, and real-world industry experience to bear on issues arising from competition, regulation, public policy, strategy, finance, and litigation.
20.04% of Votes
Ernst & Young is one of the global Big Four accounting firms. They are best known for providing audit, tax, business risk, technology and security risk services, and human capital services. Through four service lines—assurance, consultancy, strategy, and transactions—they help transform businesses.
15.35% of Votes
KPMG is a multinational professional services network and one of the Big Four accounting firms. Organized as a network of firms that each bring services to clients, KPMG spans strategy and operations, analytics, business integration, business intelligence, business process management, change management, growth enablement, integrated business planning, organizational design, outsourcing, shared services, talent management, technology enablement, and transformation. On the risk management side, they offer advisory services in financial risk management, forensic, internal audit, risk and compliance, and IT.
11.09% of Votes
Oliver Wyman established its Asia-Pacific presence in 1995 and has become a valued partner to businesses in the region, with strategically located offices in cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Sydney, and others. While its footprint in this part of the world represents its smallest contingent of international offices, Oliver Wyman’s talent-first staffing model—where the best consultants are put on the job, regardless of where they’re located—suggests a wealth of opportunities for those interested in the region.
10.02% of Votes
L.E.K. Consulting is a global managing consultancy with clients ranging from small startups to major private equity firms. Although the firm’s roots are firmly planted in British soil (it began with the establishment of its London office in 1983), L.E.K. Consulting’s reach spans almost every major market around the globe. That—coupled with deep industry expertise across a breadth of clients and capabilities—creates a wealth of “big firm” opportunities at a relatively midsize firm.
7.89% of Votes