Full-Time

Mergers & Acquisitions

Managing Director

Posted on 4/18/2024

CFGI

CFGI

501-1,000 employees

Financial consulting and business transformation services

Financial Services
Consulting

Senior

United Kingdom

Required Skills
Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
Requirements
  • Ten plus years of M&A tax experience in the Big-4 and/or next tier UK accounting firms
  • Significant experience of operating as a Senior Manager or Associate Director level (or equivalent)
  • Up-to-date knowledge of Transactions Tax, in a specialist capacity or as a Corporate Tax professional
  • Strong collaboration and teamwork skills
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting with a preference in holding an accounting or tax professional certification (ATII, CTA, ideally along with an ACA, ACCA)
Responsibilities
  • Lead M&A tax projects in accordance with the firm’s standard procedures and agreed arrangements with the client
  • Perform tax due diligence reviews, tax structuring, tax modelling, and various other pre- and post-deal services
  • Act as the main point of contact and manage client relationships, responding quickly to queries and internal teams
  • Research and prepare proposals for new work, as well as taking part in presentations to prospective clients
  • Support in strategic targeting and business development activity, particularly in the private equity space, with the Tax Partner
  • Act as a people manager, including delegation and taking an active role in individuals’ training and career development via on-the-job coaching, delivering formal training, and carrying out requested feedback and career conversations

CFGI specializes in financial consulting services, offering accounting advisory, risk management, cybersecurity, and valuation, with a focus on robotic process automation for finance and accounting operations. The company also provides business transformation solutions.

Company Stage

Private

Total Funding

N/A

Headquarters

Boston, Massachusetts

Founded

2000

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

3%

1 year growth

2%

2 year growth

13%
INACTIVE