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London, England (UK)
501 to 1000 employees
Other Organization
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Accenture, Capco, Elixirr
Baringa Partners is an independent business and technology consultancy.
We help businesses run more effectively, navigate industry shifts and reach new markets.
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Baringa Partners Reviews

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Baringa Partners Managing Partner Adrian Bettridge
Adrian Bettridge
70 Ratings
  • "I look forward to Mondays"

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    Current Employee - Analyst in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Analyst in London, England (UK)
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    I have been working at Baringa Partners full-time (Less than a year)


    Motivated, intelligent people; Fantastic perks; Interesting projects; Formal and informal training culture is great - lots of weight placed on learning/ knowledge. As a firm, Baringa communicates senior leadership decisions really well to the junior staff - I feel involved in the direction of the firm.


    Only con is that my outside of work friends are getting sad with me for spending too much time at work socials.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you are doing! The emphasis on innovation is great

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Baringa Partners Photos

Baringa Partners photo of: Company Event September 2014
Baringa Partners photo of: Baringa Cocktail Party 2013
Baringa Partners photo of: At the AJ Bell Lonodn Triathlon - July 2017
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Baringa Partners Interviews



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    Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England (UK)
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Baringa Partners (London, England (UK)) in August-2014.


    after sending my CV by email I was invited to do an Excel assessment test. I was sent an Excel file at a prearranged time and had 45min to complete the questions in it. On the first sheet you had do calculate some averages and convert energy and CO2 prices to different currencies. In the second sheet you had to calculate the price of electricity of a gas or coal power plant and of a windfarm, and had to comment about the difference in the average price of electricity. In the last sheet you had to discount some prices to calculate it's time value. That's all I remember. It is enough to use standard excel functions like averages and weighted averages, and nothing more complicated is needed.

    After the successful completion of the excel assessment I was invited to a first round interview with one of their partners and another senior consultant. Beforehand I had a phone conversation with one of their recruiters informing me about starting salary (37.000 GBP) and the interview process in general.

    I was not invited to a second round interview since I did not perform well enough in some of the energy market specific questions (see below).

    Generally the hiring process seemed transparent and quick. I was a surprised though that they did NOT cover my travel expenses. I took a whole day off at my current job and had to travel from abroad. In only got 90 GBP reimbursed, which was far from what I actually paid to get to the interview. I have been to 8 job interviews up to now, and this was the only time a company refused to pay my travel expenses, which I thought was pretty weird. But it goes in line with what previous posters mentioned, that at Baringa in general cash seems to be tight when in comes to pay raises and reimbursements.

    So overall the interview process was fine, and it seems like a nice place to work, with really sympathic people, if you accept the lower salary level compared to similar jobs at other consultancies.

    Interview Questions

    • How is the price of electricity determined? Which energy source performs at peak / base load and why?   1 Answer
    • How does the energy price react when the wind picks up suddenly?   1 Answer
    • If the energy price changes, how exactly does it change in time? (draw on the board)   1 Answer
    • Where would you place a new wind farm?   1 Answer
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Baringa Partners Awards & Accolades

  • Best Workplace in Large Workplaces for businesses with 500+ employees, Great Place to Work Institute UK, 2017
  • Master Award - Recognised by the Great Place to Work Institute for the last 10 consecutive years, Great Place to Work Institute UK, 2016
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