At KPMG, you'll join a team of diverse and dedicated problem solvers, connected by a common cause: turning insight into opportunity for clients and communities around the world.
Our Edmonton Corporate Finance business is an established high performing practice . We work closely with our national and global colleagues to bring industry expertise and deal insights to the benefit of each client transaction. Our daily focus is on excellence in deal delivery and client service; a mission that is underpinned by an unwavering commitment to the development, mentorship and support of our team.
As a Corporate Finance Vice President/Senior Manager RW, you will be a senior member of our practice providing deal experience, mentorship and training to a growing team. You will have significant opportunities for personal and professional growth, and to accelerate your career as far as you are willing to take it. What you will do
What you bring to the role
- Lead a range of corporate finance projects concurrently assuming responsibility for the day-to-day execution and delivery.
- Assume a client facing role leading meetings, presentations and working sessions.
- Manage, mentor and train team members.
- Lead proactive business origination and sector coverage initiatives.
- Review complex financial models relating to forecasts, financings, valuations and business analysis.
- Conduct industry, public market and precedent transaction research and analysis.
- Undertake engagement and practice management responsibilities, including billings and adherence to professional practice requirements.
Keys to your success:
- Business degree with 8+ years of relevant post-graduate experience, acquired in investment banking, research, private equity, business valuations, management consulting, corporate development, or other similar corporate finance role. With 2+ years in a leadership role.
- Experience in advising companies on both buy and sell side transactions in the middle market.
- Financing capabilities including experience in arranging senior, subordinated, asset backed and equity financing.
- CPA, CBV, MBA and/or CFA designation is an asset but not required.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong analytical and interpretative skills.
- Highly conversant with Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook).
- Proficiency with S&P Capital IQ, and other related tools.
- Must be willing to travel within Canada.
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