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KPMG is seeking an experienced Associate Vice President (Manager) to join our Deal Advisory team in Region West.
Within Deal Advisory, KPMG Corporate Finance Inc. is the OSC regulated entity through which KPMG LLP's investment banking services are provided in Canada. KPMG's Corporate Finance services are principally comprised of merger, acquisition and divestiture advisory services and financing services including raising debt and equity capital.
We offer independent financial advisory and investment banking services to both private and public companies. Acting independently of financing sources, we provide clients with pure, objective advice, focusing on strategies that can help meet corporate objectives. We have an extensive international network of over 2,600 corporate finance professionals working from 160 offices in 86 countries thus providing KPMG Corporate Finance with a broad local reach and established contacts.
As an experienced Associate Vice President, Corporate Finance, you will report to our Vice Presidents and Managing Directors. You are a self-starter who has an interest in mergers and acquisitions and capital markets and will bring your experience to deliver transactions for our clients. What you will do
- Conduct market and industry research, detailed financial analysis and business valuations.
- Draft pitch books, teasers, confidential information memorandums (CIM) and other Merger & Acquisition deliverables.
- Assume responsibility for the day-to-day execution and delivery of service on a range of corporate finance and deal advisory projects.
- Assist in the identification of potential acquisition targets, purchasers and/or investors.
- Assess the business environment and key drivers specific to the company and its sector.
- Prepare and review financial models.
- Manage, mentor and train junior corporate finance professionals.
- Undertake engagement and practice management responsibilities, including billings and adherence to professional practice requirements.
- Lead proactive business development and deal initiation activities.
At times, business needs arise, and employees are required and agree to work beyond their normal workday or work week to fulfill the accountabilities required for their job. Likewise, employees need time to devote to personal matters, and our approach to flexibility provides for this. What you bring to the role
- CPA, CBV and/or CFA designation preferred.
- 3 - 5 years of relevant post-graduate experience, in Corporate Finance, or a related field e.g. transaction advisory, investment banking, commercial/corporate banking, private equity, management consulting, or corporate development,
- Proven track record of project initiation/execution in a fast-paced professional setting
- Strong technical finance proficiency, including knowledge of financial statements and general accounting principles
- Demonstrated experience or ability in training and developing junior staff members.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
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