Manager/Senior Manager - Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) (BB-0CB19)
Found in: Talent CA
Manager/Senior Manager - Mergers and Acquisition (M&A)
(Internal title: Associate/Senior Associate)
Richter is one of Canada's largest independent accounting, business advisory and consulting firms. Innovation is the key to our approach, combined with the ability to generate results quickly. Richter offers a full range of advisory and consulting services, supported by in-depth industry knowledge and national and international experience.
Our VLT (Valuation, Litigation & Transaction) team consists of full-service transaction advisors (buy or sell) that advise clients through the entire M&A process – from assessment of strategic alternatives to the initial valuation, quality of earnings assessment, preparation of a financial model and CIM, integration, and through closing – we assist our clients through some of their most important business and life decisions.
A day in the life of a M&A Manager/Senior Manager:
Develop an in-depth understanding of client’s businesses, their drivers, including analysis of historical performance, working capital, capital expenditure, forecasts and underlying assumptions
Lead the preparation and presentation of marketing pitches to existing and potential clients, as well as transaction related material (i.e. CIM, teasers, buyers list)
Prepare and oversee integrated financial models and due diligence workbooks
Prepare potential buyer (target) lists
Facilitate discussion amongst various stakeholders (buyers, sellers) with regards to due diligence and business matters.
Support clients through the negotiating and closing phases of a transaction
Collaborate with legal counsel, reviewing the purchase agreement, shareholder agreement, loan agreement and employment agreements, bridging the legals to the business deal as well as assisting in the preparation of disclosure schedules
Supervise and train less experienced staff
What we are looking for:
Minimum 5 years of relevant work experience with at least 2 years in corporate finance, investment banking, or corporate development, including a track-record of closing transactions
Undergraduate or graduate degree with a focus on accounting, finance or business administration along with the completion of at least one finance or accounting designation (CPA, MBA, CBV or CFA)
Strong computer literacy with emphasis on Excel, PowerPoint and Word presentation skills
Perfectly fluent (oral and written) in English and French
Very strong work ethic and ability to manage multiple mandates.
Ability to prepare integrated financial models, and valuation analysis
Ability to use research tools to extract relevant background material for business development and transaction support
Strong personal skills and the ability to work effectively within a team environment under time constraints
Comprehensive financial and accounting skills
Experience in financial services and ability to manage complex concepts
What's in it for you?
Leaders who support your development through coaching and managing opportunities
Ability to make a difference and lasting impact
Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team
Opportunities to do challenging work across several industries and geographies