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New Post 3/16/2019 12:40 AM
User is offline Sayandeep
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Where to move and how to move from Business Analysis to Management Consulting or Product Management  

Presently working as Business Analyst for Wealth Management and Investment Banking domain. 

Where to move and how to move from Business Analysis to Product Management or Management Consulting in Banking domain? 

 
New Post 6/7/2019 7:57 AM
User is offline Stewart F
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Re: Where to move and how to move from Business Analysis to Management Consulting or Product Management  

Hi Sayandeep, 

The best way to move to such a role is simply to apply for jobs. There are lots of job boards, including LinkedIn. Start applying for jobs and if you get interviews, but not the role, ask for feedback on what you would need that you didn't have.

Not everyone gives feedback, which I always think is a shame. I always do but maybe I am unusual in that respect?

 
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