An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Corporate Finance Associate to join a Top 6 accountancy practice. The Corporate Finance Associate role will focus on helping clients with the operational and transformational challenges arising from merger and acquisition activity, advising on transactions in excess of £25 million. As a Corporate Finance Associate for a Top 6 accountancy practice you will be working with businesses from a wide range of financial services sectors by providing pre and post merger and acquisition support. Areas of work include:
- Facilitate top 6 accountancy practice clients to assess the market environment of target businesses via due diligence;
- Helping top 6 accountancy practice clients to articulate the quality and performance of their markets environment to potential buyers;
- Analysis of costs, including cost synergies that may arise from the merger of two businesses;
- Assisting top 6 accountancy practice clients with planning and delivery of separation of divested businesses; and
- Working to plan and execute post-merger technology integration projects.
- If you would like this opportunity to work as a top 6 accountancy practice Corporate Finance Associate, you will need to work to tight deadlines to understand and report on opportunities, issues, costs and risks impacting the value of target businesses.
As a Corporate Finance Associate you will be challenged to take on significant responsibility from the outset, including meeting with senior executives on high-profile engagements, and producing high-quality written reports articulating our findings to senior stakeholders. In return Corporate Finance Associates will receive help, support and guidance from a senior member of the Top 6 accountancy practice team.
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