Imagine two friends are talking to each other about a rival company which is competing one of these two (as the owner of a big company) for a big project to win the lowest bid. The guy who is the owner of the company is worried a lot and the other one is going to make his advantages bold and express his sympathy in that way. I have no idea how to phrase it like a native speaker. I just can translate what comes through my mind to English. Please let me know if it sounds natural to you? If not, please let me know how a native speaker would say it:
- Don't worry; your privilege (in front of / against) him is your education degree / financial (status / conditions) / etc.