Hi Luis -
I hope you're well.
I have been screening for Consultant entry-level positions for a very long time and think your CV looks very strong overall, including its structure. However, I think it can gain a lot from being more specific in ambition and description:
- Ambition: Given you have plenty of work experience (even running your own business), I would try to motivate in the short description what industry you're key on joining. Even if you want to stay generalist in the beginning, you don't lose anything by expressing more where you see yourself heading and it shows refreshing motivation.
- Description: Your job experience is pretty "generic" (... financial, commercial, and operations projects). What was the impact on the business? Can it be quantified? You say you developed bonds and securities... What sort? Did you help them raise money? How much? This is something I generally look for when screening CVs, given that lots of candidates write very similar versions.
Hope this helps and happy to answer any of your questions! It's a very exciting phase, so take advantage of this forum ;).