Published: Feb 28, 2022
Today, we’re excited to announce the Vault Top 15 Consulting Firms to Work For in Asia-Pacific and in a separate blog post, the Vault Top 25 Consulting Firms to Work For in Europe.
Over the course of this past year, Vault worked closely with more than 100 of the world’s top consulting firms to coordinate the distribution of our annual survey to verified current employees around the world. More than 16,000 consulting professionals participated in our survey across North America; Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); Asia-Pacific (APAC); and Latin America. Over 6,000 consultants participated in EMEA and APAC. Their responses form the basis of our Asia-Pacific and Europe rankings.
Vault Consulting Rankings highlight the best firms to work for in these regions across 37 categories and include the overall Top Consulting Firms in Asia-Pacific and Europe, as well as the Most Prestigious Consulting Firms, the Best Consulting Firms in fifteen specific Practice Areas, and the Best Consulting Firms to Work For in twenty key quality-of-life factors for each region.
The 2022 Vault Top Consulting Firms to Work For in Asia-Pacific are:
1. McKinsey & Company Asia
2. Bain & Company Asia
3. Roland Berger Asia
4. Oliver Wyman Asia
5. OC&C Strategy Consultants Asia
6. L.E.K. Consulting Asia
7. Kearney Asia
8. Strategy&, Part of the PwC Network Asia
9. Alvarez & Marsal Asia
10. Arthur D. Little Asia
11. Simon-Kucher & Partners Asia
12. AWR Lloyd
13. YCP Solidiance
14. Avalon Consulting
15. dss+ Asia
Year-over-year, consulting firms McKinsey, Bain, Roland Berger, and Oliver Wyman retained their top APAC rankings, with OC&C Strategy Consultants Asia (new to the rankings) rounding out the Top 5. Also new to the Top 15 for Asia-Pacific are L.E.K. Asia (#6), Avalon Consulting (#14), and DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS) Asia (#15). Strategy&, Part of the PwC Network Asia, moved up in the rankings from #15 in 2021 to #8 in 2022.
Vault Rankings Methodology
Every year, we ask employees to rate their own firms on a scale of 1 to 10 based on firm culture, compensation, work/life balance, overall business outlook, satisfaction, and 15 additional employment factors. We also asked consultants to rate the prestige of peer firms and to select the strongest firms in 15 specific practice areas; for the prestige and practice area rankings, consultants were unable to rate or vote for their own firms. The Vault Consulting 25 Europe rankings are based on a weighted formula that combines each firm’s prestige rating with its scores in several key employment factors to come up with an overall list of the Best Consulting Firms to Work For.
More Asia-Pacific and European Rankings In the Coming Days
This week, we’ll announce the Best Consulting Firms in Asia-Pacific and Europe for Diversity, Innovation, and Firm Culture as well as the Top-Ranking Consulting Firms in the Data & Analytics, Health Care, and Environmental practice areas.
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