JP Morgan Financial Associate Leadership Program vs. EY Transfer Pricing Consulting

So I got a offer from JP Morgan in its finance division and also an offer from Ernst and Young in its Transfer Pricing group. Both positions are in Tokyo, Japan. From my research, Transfer Pricing seems fairly interesting but could be limiting in terms of exit opps. JP Morgan has a more prestigious name and I get to take part in a 3 yr rotational leadership program (similar to FMP of GE?), but it is back/middle office so it may be that the work would be a little boring. As of now I want to be able to use my accounting skills (I like accounting) and actually like the work that I do. Which offer in your guys’ opinion is better?