Birmingham, West Midlands
16 days ago
The Valuations team prepares a wide range of valuations for accounting, tax and commercial purposes, in both contentious and non-contentious circumstances. In addition to business and share valuations, we also prepare valuations of intangible assets (often post acquisition) and incentive scheme awards (e.g. share options and management share plans).
Valuations is one of the fastest growing areas for our client and has been identified as a strategic area of growth and investment. The Birmingham-based team have played a pivotal role in the growth of the wider valuation practice and remain ambitious about future development which provides the applicant an exciting opportunity with excellent career prospects.
This role allows exposure to a wide variety of clients, sectors and type of work, which will be highly rewarding to an individual who enjoys working on diverse projects and the personal dynamic of working as part of a small team.
Planning, organising and managing a portfolio of work;
Preparing and analysing financial data;
Utilising our data sources to research industry trends, comparable companies and acquisitions;
Research and learn valuation methodologies and concepts;
Maintain internal credentials databases; and
Participate in developing and executing business development initiatives.
Our client is looking for a bright, motivated individual, to join in an analyst role supporting the valuation team, with the aim to develop focused valuation skills through experience and increasingly participate in a more technical and senior role. This opportunity arises from continued growth of the team and the successful progression of an analyst who was recruited into the same role two years ago.
To be successful in this role you will:
Be able to deliver first class client service and work effectively as part of a team;
Demonstrate an ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing; and
Have a high level of general commercial awareness.
Demonstrate commercial awareness;
Be Financially numerate (i.e. understanding of company accounts);
Be able to work independently and use own initiative to problem solve;
Have excellent interpersonal skills and confidence in interacting with others
Must have or be on course for at least an upper second class honours degree in any discipline;
300 UCAS points (or equivalent) in your top three A-levels (excluding General Studies); and
GCSE English and Maths (or equivalent) at a minimum of grade B.
Competitive salary and the ability to fast track your progression