MBA employment report 2012 - London Business School

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The MBA Employment report for 2012 presents some interesting statistics for our MBA programme, with the most outstanding being that 92% of our MBA2012 class secured employment within three months of graduation.

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MBA employment report 2012 - London Business School

  1. 1. MBA Employment Report 2012 Access global talent from the world’s number one business schoolCareerServiceswww.london.edu/recruitourtalent
  2. 2. Introduction from the Executive Director It has been a really exciting year for our MBA programme and in many ways, a year of firsts. I am proud to see that despite facing another challenging year in the job market, our students remain highly sought after. 92% of our MBA2012 class secured employment within three months of graduation; of those, 33% took up Consulting Sector roles with a further 32% moving into the Finance Sector. However, for the first time, it was Corporate Sectors, at 35%, that attracted the largest percentage of permanent hires. The past year has also seen more and more of our MBA graduates heading outside the UK following graduation. With 53% of our students choosing to work abroad, it is a testament to the international mobility and global perspective of our graduates. Fiona SandfordExecutive DirectorCareers and Global BusinessLondon Business Schoolwww.london.edu/recruitourtalentLondon Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  3. 3. Introduction from the Executive Director We have implemented some exciting innovations to the MBA programme to help us better reflect and challenge the global nature of our class. In September, students and faculty flew to Boston and New York to participate in London Business School’s first ever Global Business Experience. A unique opportunity to learn about global business through immersion in five different locations, the Global Business Experience is designed to engage students in new and complex working environments. Subsequent trips will take place in Johannesburg this December, Mumbai in March 2013, Hong Kong in April 2013 and Istanbul in May 2013. The Career Services team has been busy working closely with student clubs to organise Career Treks to New York, Geneva, Paris, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai to provide organisations with the opportunity to meet ourFiona Sandford students in-house. Our ongoing focus on China is alsoExecutive Director beginning to reap rewards with major recruiter FosunCareers and Global Business International making its first visit to campus, and the School’sLondon Business School faculty and students hosting two major events in November for our first China Week.www.london.edu/recruitourtalentLondon Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  4. 4. Introduction from the Executive Director We also have reason to celebrate as we continue to enjoy success in major international rankings. With the MBA programme recently voted number one in the Bloomberg BusinessWeek international ranking for the first time ever. However, one thing stays the same and that is our mission to build the best possible relationships with recruiters. I would like to thank our recruiters for having confidence in the skills, expertise and global perspectives that our students and graduates can bring to their organisations and continuing to hire from the School. I hope you find this report informative and useful.Fiona SandfordExecutive DirectorCareers and Global BusinessLondon Business Schoolwww.london.edu/recruitourtalentLondon Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  5. 5. This is a current profile. Our MBA2012 MBA2013admissions decisions aretaken in accordance withbest equal opportunitiespractice. Students 400 Students Students 403 403 Age range 23–39 Age range Age range 24–37 24–37*Typically participants have between five andsix years relevant (management) experience, Average age 28 Average age Average age 29 29although each applicant will be considered onher/his own merit. The School values diversity Average work 5 Average work Average work 5.7 5.7and promotes a positive work and studyenvironment. experience (years) experience (years) experience (years) Works experience 2–14 Works experience 2–15 range* (years) range* (years) Primary nationalities 62 Primary nationalities 66 GMAT range 600–780 GMAT range 600–780 GMAT average 701 GMAT average 700 “Access to Female 28% Female 31% international talent on our doorstep who have the skills to make an immediate impact in our many locationsThomson Reuters, 2012London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  6. 6. This is a current profile. Our MBA2012 MBA2013admissions decisions aretaken in accordance with Regional background Regional backgroundbest equal opportunitiespractice. Europe (excluding UK) 31% Europe (excluding UK) 26% Asia 20% Asia 23%*Typically participants have between five andsix years relevant (management) experience, USA/Canada 14% USA/Canada 15%although each applicant will be considered onher/his own merit. The School values diversity Latin America 12% Latin America 12%and promotes a positive work and studyenvironment. UK 11% UK 11% Middle East/Africa 7% Middle East/Africa 8% Australasia 5% Australasia 5% 5% 31% 7% 5% 26% “Access to 8% international talent 11% 11% on our doorstep who have the 12% MBA2012 MBA2013 Regional background 12% Regional background skills to make an immediate impact in 23% our many locations 14% 15% 20%Thomson Reuters, 2012London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  7. 7. This is a current profile. Our MBA2012 MBA2013admissions decisions aretaken in accordance with Professional background Professional backgroundbest equal opportunities (pre-MBA) (pre-MBA)practice. Corporate sectors 41% Corporate sectors 45%*Typically participants have between five andsix years relevant (management) experience, Finance 30% Finance 31%although each applicant will be considered onher/his own merit. The School values diversity Consulting 29% Consulting 24%and promotes a positive work and studyenvironment. 29% “Access to 24% international talent on our doorstep who have the MBA2012 MBA2013 30% Professional background 31% (pre-MBA) Professional background skills to make an (pre-MBA) immediate impact in our many locations 41% 45%Thomson Reuters, 2012London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  8. 8. MBA Recruiters 1OAK Group Berenberg Bank Credit SuisseCompanies that hired 3i Better Capital Croudstudents from London A.T. Kearney BG Group CrowdBnk Abbott Laboratories Bijou DaesangBusiness School in 2012, Daiwa Securities Group Abbott Vascular Booz & Companyeither on a permanent basis Abraaj Capital Bouygues Construction Danshellor during the summer. Accenture Bowmark Capital DataCash Actis Box De Beers ADC African Development BP Deloitte Corporation Brasbunker Delta Partners Aggmore Bridgewater Deutsche Bank AGV Logistica Bryanston Deutsche Telekom Ajegroup Bupa Discovery Networks International Almaz Capital Partners Burberry DuPont Alphaville Urbanismo Canter Equity Partners EDITD Amazon Cargill EDP Amedia Networks CCNI EDP Comercial American Express Centrica Egon Zehnder International Amgen Cerberus Capital Management Eli Lilly Analysis Group Chanta Elsevier Anglo American Charities Advisory Trust Enerclima Anheuser-Busch InBev Chemidex Pharma EQT Apple China International EBRD “They have had a Arcadis AstraZeneca Capital Corporation Citadel Ernst & Young ETS Halabieh Atomico Citi EE Bacardi CJ E&M America Expedia Bain & Company Clarity Capital FAC Technology Bain Capital Clevermiles Facebook Banco de Crédito del Perú CMIA Capital Partners FAMA Holdings Banco Espírito CMP Capital Management-Partners Fidelity Worldwide Investment Bank of America Merrill Lynch Coats Fireteam/Splash Damage BMO Bank of Montreal Coller Capital First Reserve Corporation Barclays Colony Capital Flat-Club Barilla Colville Partners FormFormForm BBC Comufy France Télécom Beck & Pollitzer Comviva Freitag & Co Benros Capital Partners CPP Investment Board FSA London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  9. 9. MBA RecruitersJapan Bank for International NBCUniversal Royal Dutch Shell The Linde GroupCooperation Nestas Communicatie s[edition] Thomson ReutersJapan International NHS SAC Capital Advisors ThrievCooperation Agency Noble Resources SalesGossip TJP & CompanyJohn Lewis Partnership Nomura Samsung Electronics TouchnoteJohnson & Johnson Noreq Partners Samsung Global Strategy GroupKennet Partners Novartis Samsung Life true onlineKhazanah Nasional Berhad NTT Communications Sanford C. BernsteinKira Bella Nutmeg Santander Two CirclesKompass International OC&C Strategy Consultants Saratoga Capital UberLaunchPad Recruits Oliver Wyman SCG Logistics Management UnileverLBS Summer Consulting Team Omorovicza Schneider Electric United States GovernmentLeopard Capital Orange Seatwave VentechLloyd’s of London Orbis Investment Management Secret Escapes Veritas InvestmentsLNG Capital Pala Investments SEEKLondon Organising Committee Parthenon Ventures SHIVSPIXof the Olympic Games and Partners Group Siam Commercial Bank Vivaldi PartnersParalympic Games (LOCOG) PayPal Siemens VodafoneL’Oréal PepsiCo Siemens Venture Capital VTB CapitalLos Vasquitos Petromin Corporation Skype WalmartLouis Vuitton Petrus Advisers Solon Management Consulting WalpoleMaersk Group Philips Space Synapse Systems Wood MackenzieMasterCard PIMCO SPIE UK WPPMcKinsey & Company Planting Promise Standard Chartered BankMedtronic Playenable Statoil Zafferano CapitalMetric Capital Partners Pocket Gems Stryker ZAIS GroupMFS Investment Management PokerStars Sustainable Ventures Zodiak MediaMicrosoft PricewaterhouseCoopers SWIFT Worldwide Resources ZS AssociatesMinter Ellison Rudd Watts Rainmaking Syngenta Zurich Insurance GroupMiroma Ventures Rangespan T. Rowe PriceMizuho Corporate BankMoelis & Company Regent Realty Taboola Please note Rio TintoMonitor Group Risk Capital Partners Tate & Lyle That many more companiesMontagu Private Equity Rocket Internet TBL Mirror FundMoo Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Telefónica presented on our campusMorgan Stanley Roshan TescoMount Kellett Capital Management Rothschild Thai Credit Retail Bank and/or posted opportunitiesMOVE Guides Royal Bank of Scotland The Boston Consulting Group for our students.London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  10. 10. Employment rate Accepted an offer with a new employer Returning to my pre-London Business School employer Self-employed/starting a business Graduates who had accepted offers three months after graduation“We were delighted withthe quality of the candidatesfrom the London BusinessSchool during the hiringprocesses, and, of course,with the outcome.”Time Warner, 2012London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  11. 11. Sector choice on graduation Major recruiters Major recruiters Consulting Finance Consulting Finance McKinsey & Company 36 Citi 12 Corporate sectors The Boston Consulting Group 31 Deutsche Bank 11 Bain & Company 11 Goldman Sachs 7 Booz & Company 9 Barclays 5 A.T. Kearney 3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 4 Accenture 2 Credit Suisse 3 Monitor Group 2 J.P. Morgan 3 Oliver Wyman 2 Morgan Stanley 3 ZS Associates 2 Santander 3 % 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Actis 2100 Canter Equity Partners 2 Corporate Sectors Coller Capital 2 25 25 23 29 31 25 36 33 Fidelity Worldwide Investment 280 American Express 6 First Reserve Corporation 2 Amazon 5 GE Capital 2 BP 4 International Finance 260 Google 4 Corporation (IFC) Johnson & Johnson 4 Itaú Unibanco 2 42 42 46 44 36 38 34 32 Microsoft 4 Moelis & Company 240 Royal Dutch Shell 4 Rocket Internet 3 Samsung Global Strategy Group 3 Vodafone 320 Anheuser-Busch InBev 2 33 33 31 27 33 37 30 35 BBC 2 Thomson Reuters 2 0London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  12. 12. MBA2012 career decisions Employer sector Major recruiters Consulting 33% Finance 32% Strategy 31% Investment 17% Full Service 1% Banking/Brokerage Other 1% Private 6% Equity/Buyouts Investment 4% Management/Research Corporate sectors 35% Retail and 2% Commercial Banking Hi-Tech/Telecommunications 7% Government 1%“London Business Internet/E-Commerce 5% and Supranational Energy and Utilities 4% Private Wealth 1%School, with its Media/Entertainment 4% Managementinternational outlook, Healthcare/Pharmaceutical/ 3% Venture Capital 1% Biotechdiverse student body Consumer Products 2% Credit Cards 2%and entrepreneurial Real Estate (Services/ 2% Development) Aerospace/ 1% Auto/Transport Insurance 1% Public interest/Social impact 1% Other 1%MBA student, 2012London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  13. 13. MBA2012 career decisions Career transition Source of opportunity Source of opportunity To consulting from School community School community 74% 74% Consulting 54% Career Services Career Services 59% 59% Corporate sectors 36% (on-campus presentations, job (on-campus presentations, job postings, CV search, events) postings, CV search, events) Finance 10% Networking Networking 10% 10% Alumni Alumni 3% 3% To corporate from Club events Club events (fairs, panels, speakers, (fairs, panels, speakers, 2% 2% club CV books, etc.) club CV books, etc.) Consulting 22% Corporate sectors 61% Finance 17% Outside sources Outside sources 26% 26% Personal contacts Personal contacts 20% 20% Executive search Executive search 3% 3% Internet job boards 3%“It is a rare and Consulting 23% Internet job boards 3%unique privilege to Corporate sectors 19% Finance 58%have the time and Primary reason accepting Primary reason acceptingand think about the Nature of Work 73% Nature of Work 73% Promotion prospects 11% Promotion prospects 11% Location 7% Location 7% Work/life Balance 6% Work/life Balance 6%London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012 Compensation 3% Compensation 3%
  14. 14. MBA2012 job location informationRegion changes Job location Employer sector Major recruiters The graph below shows who returns to work in MBA 2012 graduates went to work at organisations in 69 citiestheir home region (based upon nationality) after and 39 countries around the world. MBA and who works abroad. The graph below shows who returns to work in their home region (based upon nationality) after MBA and who works abroad. Home Abroad Africa 22% 78% Asia 45% 55% Australia 35% 65% Europe 43% 57% Latin America 54% 46% Middle East 100% UK 77% 23% USA/Canada 29% 71%London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  15. 15. MBA2012 salary information by industrySalary information “We see MBAs asSector UK pounds US dollars* part of our leadership Overall Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median pipeline and several Base salarySign-on bonus £25,651 £1,110 £144,287 £100,000 £72,964 £20,142 £70,540 £16,032 $40,000 $1,731 $225,000 $155,940 $113,779 $31,409 $110,000 $25,000 London BusinessYear-end bonus £2,000 £160,000 £21,707 £15,000 $3,119 $249,504 $33,850 $23,391 School alumni whoConsulting Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salarySign-on bonus £32,366 £3,468 £115,429 £39,439 £76,683 £16,350 £74,000 £15,000 $50,471 $5,408 $180,000 $61,501 $119,580 $25,497 $115,395 $23,391 joined AmazonYear-end bonus £2,000 £38,000 £15,726 £14,000 $3,119 $59,257 $24,524 $21,832 have gone on to beCorporate Sectors Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salarySign-on bonus £25,651 £1,110 £120,000 £50,000 £70,926 £15,647 £70,000 £15,000 $40,000 $1,731 $187,128 $77,970 $110,602 $24,399 $109,158 $23,391 promoted internally.”Year-end bonus £4,600 £96,191 £17,782 £11,250 $7,173 $150,000 $27,728 $17,543 Amazon, 2012Finance Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salary £42,500 £144,287 £71,285 £65,000 $66,274 $225,000 $111,161 $101,361Sign-on bonus £4,733 £100,000 £27,892 £28,000 $7,380 $155,940 $43,495 $43,663Year-end bonus £6,000 £160,000 £37,626 £30,000 $9,356 $249,504 $58,673 $46,782 * US dollars – converted at 1.559397 from pounds to London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012 dollars on 1 August 2012
  16. 16. MBA2012 salary information by regionSalary information “Interacting with so SectorSector UK pounds UK pounds US dollars* US dollars* AfricaOverall Min Min Max Max Mean Mean Median Median Min Min Max Max Mean Mean Median Median means I’ve had toBase salary** £25,651 £66,319 £49,587 £56,792 $40,000 $103,418 $77,326 $88,561Base salary £25,651 £144,287 £72,964 £70,540 $40,000 $225,000 $113,779 $110,000Sign-on bonus £1,110 £100,000 £20,142 £16,032 $1,731 $155,940 $31,409 $25,000Year-end bonusAsia £2,000 Min £160,000 Max £21,707 Mean £15,000 Median $3,119 Min $249,504 Max $33,850 Mean $23,391 MedianBase salary £32,366 £98,399 £68,814 £70,540 $50,471 $153,443 $107,309 $110,000Sign-on bonus £3,468 £36,595 £20,264 £19,238 $5,408 $57,066 $31,600 $30,000ConsultingYear-end bonus Min £4,936 Max £96,191 Mean £25,241 Median £16,400 Min $7,697 Max $150,000 Mean $39,361 Median $25,574Base salarySign-on bonusAustralasia £32,366 £3,468 Min £115,429 £39,439 Max £76,683 £16,350 Mean £74,000 £15,000 Median $50,471 $5,408 Min $180,000 $61,501 Max $119,580 $25,497 Mean $115,395 $23,391 Median environment you veryYear-end bonus £2,000 £38,000 £15,726 £14,000 $3,119 $59,257 $24,524 $21,832Base salary £84,303 £113,303 £96,232 £97,454 $131,461 $176,684 $150,063 $151,969Sign-on bonus £13,488 £20,233 £14,837 £13,488 $21,034 $31,551 $23,137 $21,034Year-end bonusCorporate Sectors £8,093 Min £26,977 Max £18,800 Mean £18,614 Median $12,620 Min $42,068 Max $29,316 Mean $29,027 MedianBase salary £25,651 £120,000 £70,926 £70,000 $40,000 $187,128 $110,602 $109,158Sign-on bonusEurope (Exc UK) £1,110 Min £50,000 Max £15,647 Mean £15,000 Median $1,731 Min $77,970 Max $24,399 Mean $23,391 MedianYear-end bonusBase salary £4,600 £39,439 £96,191 £115,429 £17,782 £71,052 £11,250 £70,102 $7,173 $61,501 $150,000 $180,000 $27,728 $110,799 $17,543 $109,317Sign-on bonus £2,366 £50,000 £17,100 £14,987 $3,690 $77,970 $26,665 $23,370Year-end bonus £6,310 £86,766 £18,071 £13,131 $9,840 $135,302 $28,180 $20,476Finance Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salary £42,500 £144,287 £71,285 £65,000 $66,274 $225,000 $111,161 $101,361 MBA student, 2013Latin AmericaSign-on bonus Min £4,733 Max £100,000 Mean £27,892 Median £28,000 Min $7,380 Max $155,940 Mean $43,495 Median $43,663Base salaryYear-end bonus £49,031 £6,000 £106,233 £160,000 £74,373 £37,626 £72,367 £30,000 $76,458 $9,356 $165,659 $249,504 $115,977 $58,673 $112,849 $46,782Sign-on bonus £4,714 £32,064 £18,546 £14,495 $7,352 $50,000 $28,921 $22,603Year-end bonus £6,286 £50,288 £28,090 £31,430 $9,802 $78,419 $43,804 $49,012Middle East Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salary £70,540 £100,808 £80,903 £80,480 $110,000 $157,200 $126,160 $125,500Sign-on bonus £9,619 £20,000 £14,472 £15,000 $15,000 $31,188 $22,567 $23,391Year-end bonus £6,413 £25,010 £16,856 £19,238 $10,000 $39,000 $26,286 $30,000United Kingdom Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salary £37,500 £140,000 £72,477 £70,000 $58,477 $218,316 $113,020 $109,158Sign-on bonus £1,110 £100,000 £21,864 £19,619 $1,731 $155,940 $34,094 $30,594Year-end bonus £2,000 £160,000 £22,120 £14,000 $3,119 $249,504 $34,494 $21,832USA/Canada Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salary £39,759 £144,287 £75,391 £70,540 $62,000 $225,000 $117,565 $110,000Sign-on bonus £3,206 £80,159 £21,429 £16,032 $5,000 $125,000 $33,417 $25,000Year-end bonus £7,054 £80,159 £25,330 £14,429 $11,000 $125,000 $39,500 $22,500 * US dollars – converted at 1.559397 from pounds to London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012 dollars on 1 August 2012 **Sample size is too small to report on bonus information for this region
  17. 17. Employment rate Summary data Students undertaking projects/internships* nships* Students undertaking projects/internships* Accepted an offer with a new employeroyer Accepted an my pre-London Business School employer Returning to offer with a new employer ss School Returning to my pre-London Business School employer employer Self-employed/starting a business Self-employed/starting a More than one employer business More than one employer *Percentage of MBA 2013 class reported as seeking an internship (response rate for MBA 2013 class: 99%) Primary location Employment rate UK 61% Europe (outside UK) 14% Asia 11% USA/Canada 6% Latin America 3% Middle East 2% Australasia 2% Africa 1% London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  18. 18. Source of opportunitySource of opportunityEmployment rate Employer sector Major recruitersSchool community 85% Consulting 16% Corporate sectors 51%School community 85%Career Services 73% Strategy 16% Internet/E-Commerce 15%(on-campus presentations,CV search, Services Career events, job postings) 73% Energy and Utilities 7% (on-campus presentations,Networking 6% Finance 33% Consumer Products 6% Healthcare/Pharmaceutical CV search, events, job postings)Alumni 2% /Biotech 6%Club events 4% Investment Banking/ 19% Networking(fairs, panels, speakers, 6% Brokerage Hi-Tech/Telecommunications 4%club CV books, etc.) Investment Management/ 5% Credit Cards 3% Alumni 2% Research Media/Entertainment 2% Club events 4% Private Equity/Buyouts 4% (fairs, panels, speakers,Outside Sources 15% Venture Capital 2% Aerospace/ Auto/Transport 1% club CV books, etc.) 13% Retail and Commercial Banking 1%Personal contacts Retail 1% Government and Supranational 1%Internet job boards 1% Agribusiness 1% Other Financial Services 1%Speculative letters/cold calling 1% Public interest/Social impact 1% Insurance 1%Outside Sources 15% Metals/Mining 1%Personal contacts 13%Internet job boards 1%Speculative letters/cold calling 1%London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  19. 19. Major recruiters Major recruitersConsulting Corporate sectors FinanceThe Boston Consulting Group 19 Google 13 Credit Suisse 15McKinsey & Company 14 Royal Dutch Shell 12 J.P. Morgan 8Bain & Company 9 American Express 11 Citi 8Booz & Company 6 Amazon 9 Barclays 6LBS Summer Consulting Team 6 Johnson & Johnson 8 Nomura 6OC&C Strategy Consultants 4 Unilever 7 HSBC 6Monitor Group 3 Abbott 5 Deutsche Bank 6Roland Berger Strategy 3 Centrica 5 Fidelity Worldwide Investment 4Consultants Facebook 4 Goldman Sachs 4A.T. Kearney 2 Novartis 4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 3 Rocket Internet 4 Standard Chartered Bank 3 CrowdBnk 3 BMO Bank of Montreal 2 General Mills 3 Atomico 2 Infosys 3 Moelis & Company 2 PepsiCo 3 Morgan Stanley 2 PokerStars 3 Coller Capital 2 Statoil 3 Pala Investments 2 Thomson Reuters 3 PIMCO 2 ADC African Development 2 Corporation Itaú Unibanco 2 International Finance 2 Corporation (IFC)London Business School MBA Employment Report 2012
  20. 20. Major recruiters “The MBA programme has given me theUK pounds chance to work in Min Max Mean Median a truly global andOverall £60 £2,050 £1,068 £1,119Consulting £92 £1,945 £1,463 £1,563 eclectic businessCorporate Sectors £65 £1,963 £867 £923 environment and hasFinance £60 £2,050 £1,138 £1,250 greatly enhanced my technical and businessUS dollars* management skills.” MBA student, 2013 Min Max Mean MedianOverall $94 $3,197 $1,665 $1,745Consulting $144 $3,034 $2,281 $2,437Corporate Sectors $101 $3,061 $1,352 $1,439Finance $94 $3,197 $1,775 $1,949 * US dollars – converted at 1.559397 from pounds toLondon Business School MBA Employment Report 2012 dollars on 1 August 2012
  21. 21. London Business School programme portfolio All admissions decisions are taken in accordance with best equal opportunities practice. 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