Corporate Finance Advisor

  • Competitive Package
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Non-disclosed
  • 13 Oct 17 2017-10-13

The Company is an established Corporate Finance Advisory firm providing M&A, fundraising and corporate finance advisory services to UK, and international corporates. The Company is currently undergoing a restructuring and is looking for a Corporate Finance Advisor to join its senior team in London. This person will be an integral part of the firm, including significant deal responsibilities and key institutional / client interaction.

Advisor:

Primary Responsibilities

  • Procure new unquoted corporate clients and manage a pipeline.
  • Experience fundraising in the UK, and with M&A, ideally able to run transactions from end to end with Analyst support.
  • Oversight and careful checking of all elements of Analyst’ work –  must have sufficient judgment to be able to direct and prioritise work of Analysts and the momentum of transactions. 
  • Accounting or equivalent skills or qualifications.
  • Basic drafting of marketing and deal documents (teaser, info memo, management presentation) with Analyst assistance.
  • Establishment of basic structure of presentation.
  • Data room organisation.
  • Preparation and dissemination of information to corporate clients.
  • Team player, integrity and honesty are essential qualities.

Qualifications

  • Minimum 5 years' work experience in M&A investment banking with unquoted companies, up to 30 years plus relevant experience. 
  • Excellent analytical and interpersonal skills with attention to detail.
  • Successfully headed a number of unquoted M&A and Small and / or Mid-Caps Fundraising and M&A mandates.
  • Strong ability to work in an entrepreneurial culture, requires early evidence of working as part of a team rather than an independent consultant.
  • Prior knowledge and/or experience in related sectors, which excludes oil and gas and resources sectors.
  • Perfect English grammar, both written and verbal. 
  • Must be able to represent the firm at a client meeting without supervision and display evidence of technical capabilities and personal traits to be an FCA approved person.