// I went to work for an investment bank in 2018. Since 2020 I'm heading the Private Equity practice of an insurance firm.
Having worked for Roland Berger until end 2017, I don't just know the everyday life of a young consultant, but I have also been through a decent amount of interview rounds with many large consultancies (MBB, RB, OW, ATK, ADL...).
Having coached over 30 clients over the past year and with virtually all of them being succesful in eventually landing a great job with an international consultancy, I realized that the most succesful candidates are not the ones with the most cases under their belts. Instead, those with a talent to not just analyze cases, but also their own performance, are usually the ones who end up with multiple offers and the freedom to choose from many great opportunities.
As a case-partner, I would like to guide you on your way of identifying your strong points and how to make them stand out, tackle your weaknesses and provide you with quick and easy tips that will make it easy for you to ace your interview and persuade not just your opposite interviewer, but also future clients.