We are pleased to be working with an entrepreneurial corporate finance team in London, who are looking for a Manager to join them.
They have been successful in selling fast-growing and entrepreneurial businesses at the mid-market level to private equity houses and corporates, often with an international angle. Transaction sizes range with a sweet spot of up to £50m.
Having developed a strong reputation and network in the life sciences field, the team are looking for a manager to drive the delivery of projects and to help build profitable and sustainable client relationships, both existing and new.
By now, you will have a good understanding of and experience in corporate finance, particularly in buy-side and sell-side work. The role will cover the range of M&A duties and the successful person will be expected to have strong valuations and modelling experience as such, in addition to experience of preparing and reviewing information memoranda and other reports. Ideally, you will be ACA/ACCA qualified or equivalent.
Clients will include a range of businesses within the life sciences sector, including support services to the broader pharma industry, so this role would suit somebody either currently working within a life sciences-focused corporate finance role, and/or has an active interest in the sector, or related degree/education.
Due to the nature and size of some of the deals, there is a real opportunity to be creative and entrepreneurial. Fit is important and the successful person will not only be bright, but will have the requisite soft skills to build rapport with business owners and managers within the industry.
The team is hardworking yet supportive, with a collaborative and fun culture. The support is there to enable you to drive your career in the direction you wish to go, and consequently, the team sees a lot of people promoted quite quickly. If you're keen to work hard and want to see genuine progression within an interesting and developing industry, I encourage you to apply now!
- Corporate Finance
- Life Sciences