Valuations Associate

New York, New York • $70,000 - $85,000

About the Company:

Our client, a leading publicly traded investment firm, is looking for a Valuations Associate to handle a large array of projects.

Responsibilities:

The Accounting Associate will be accountable to the Valuation Manager and Head of Valuations.

Specific accountabilities will include, but not be limited to:

  • Conduct equity, credit and industry research, management interviews, analyze information from various channels to assist in the preparation of valuations.
  • Perform financial analyses (historical performance review, financial forecast, etc.)
  • Design and work with financial models (e.g. discounted cash flow, guideline multiples, and option pricing models)
  • Work closely with internal teams (e.g. originations, capital markets, restructurings, etc.)
  • Coordinate and prepare quarterly reports
  • Assist in the delivery of valuations for financial reporting, tax and regulatory compliance, restructuring/reorganization, corporate services and management planning purposes.
  • Review and analyze valuation reports issued by outside firms in order to assist the audit process.
  • For completing Ad hoc projects as assigned

Requirements:

Essential attributes include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field.
  • Experience in Large Global Valuation Firm or Big 4 Public Accounting Firm’s Valuation Group
  • 1-3 years of illiquid asset valuation experience (preferably private equity
  • Strong knowledge and proficiency in US GAAP, specifically ASC 820/805/350.
  • Strong research skills and ability to analyze financial statements and forecasts
  • Strong working knowledge of Income and Market Valuation Approaches as well as the Option Pricing Model
  • Strong analytical and project management skills
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Commitment to teamwork

 

 

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