M&A Financial Analyst

Job Title: M&A Financial Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £70000 - £80000 per annum
Start Date: 28/06/2019
Reference: 14027695/001_1561633169
Contact Name: Oliver Ross
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 27, 2019 11:59

Job Description

A fantastic opportunity to work for a hugely acquisitive business.

Modelling and analysing potential acquisitions.

Client Details

A highly acquisitive, privately owned business


Working as part of a small, highly motivated team, the successful candidate will:

Analyse financial data and create financial models for decision support

Perform forecasting, reporting, and operational metrics tracking for investments

Report on financial performance and assist in the preparation of board packs

Analyse past results, perform variance analysis, identify trends, and make recommendations for improvements

Work closely with the accounting team to ensure accurate financial reporting of investments

Provide analysis of trends and forecasts and recommend actions for optimisation

Perform market research, data mining, business intelligence, and valuation comps


The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant, CFA, or similar with:

3+ years of business finance, M&A, corporate finance or other relevant experience

High proficiency in financial modelling techniques

Strong fluency with Excel formulas and functions

Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Statistics background to degree level

Strong analytical and data gathering skills

Good business acumen

Self-starter with excellent interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills

A high level of business curiosity.

Experience of analysing unlisted businesses is highly desirable, as is experience of analysing businesses in the Technology sector.

Job Offer

A fantastic opportunity to join a small, high functioning business. The opportunity to perform end to end M&A activity.

The chance to develop deals from scratch. The opportunity to work for a highly acquisitive, well funded business and to actually "do deals".