|Location: London||Salary: £70,000 - £105,000 + Bonus|
|Sector: Industrials / Business Services / Transport, Retail / Consumer Goods / Dot com, Telecoms / Media / Technology||Specialism: M&A / Corporate Development, Strategy|
|Type: Permanent||Contact: Veer Vadgama|
Our Big Four Advisory client is looking for Managers/Senior Managers within their Deals Strategy team. Our client's strategy practice is made up of approximately 150 consultants in London with international teams across the businesses network.
Their team works with a wide variety of corporate and private equity clients, undertaking a broad range of projects involving commercial due diligence and strategic reviews. Projects are typically short and sharp, providing the opportunity to gain a variety of experiences across sectors and/or engagement types, whilst continuously learning and developing.
The majority of the work is London-based but there are times when there will be a requirement to travel abroad. As a fast-growing team, they are now looking for Strategy Professionals to join them through the next phase of their journey.
- Leading a team of consultants on a day-to-day basis, taking responsibility for:
- Primary research and data gathering; identifying key research areas and organising the junior team appropriately to effectively understand the key topics pertinent to the relevant industry sector and scope of work
- Planning initial hypotheses and analysis; formulating initial hypotheses based on previous experience, knowledge of the sector and understanding of the scope of work. Driving key analysis with appropriate techniques and tools
- Significant experience of strategy consulting from either a pure strategy consulting firm, Big 4 firm, or experience in the strategy department in a corporate environment
- Ideally some experience in commercial due diligence work for private equity houses and/or corporates, including:
- Market and competitor analysis (market sizing, drivers and dynamics, competitive intensity, etc.)
- Outstanding academic track record (an MBA is not necessarily required, but is considered an asset)