that’s definitely possible, however it is not the linear path that normally brings you to strategy consulting, unless a strategy company is looking by chance to expand specifically in risk management. Strategy companies indeed usually prefer people coming from (i) universities directly; (ii) strategy roles in big brands; (iii) other strategy consulting companies.
In order to have a good chance to be invited you would have to consider one of the following options:
- Develop a good network in strategy companies and use their referrals rather than the online applications only.
- Give priorities to finance-related companies (eg Oliver Wyman), where you could show stronger skills thanks to your past experience.
- Expand your CV with more strategy roles; this could be done working as advisors for a startup or an NGO while keeping your current job.
In case that doesn’t work, you may also consider doing an MBA first; this will take more time and money but could increase your chances significantly.