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Accounting Advisory - Consultant

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Jun 25, 2024

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Full Time
Consultant - Accounting Advisory

Our consultants work as part of a team with other CFGI professionals, Big 4 auditors, and client management on all facets of engagements, including analyzing financial information, interviewing client management, identifying key issues, report writing, participating in meetings, and developing a strong relationship with client management.

Take ownership of your career at CFGI:
  • Gain exposure to a wide range of industries and/or projects.
  • Make a true business impact with your clients.
  • Own projects from start to finish.
  • Experience client interaction and thrive in a client-facing role.
  • Be consistently challenged and learn through a collegial environment created from top tier experts hired within the firm.
  • Enjoy the flexibility of office/remote/client site work locations (engagement specific).
  • Create your own path.
  • Enjoy what you do!

What you might expect:
  • Preparation of operational due diligence for complex transactions (i.e. - acquisitions and divestitures, stock offerings, debt raises, IPO's).
  • Accounting projects focused on carving out business units/subsidiaries.
  • Integration with client's internal staff as a subject matter expert when it comes to operational senior accounting tasks or overall financial team support.
  • Preparation of financial and regulatory information in accordance with regulatory requirements.
  • Research and document projects related to new accounting standards, process improvement, and implementations.
  • Process improvement projects and implementation of changes.

Who you are:
  • An undergraduate degree - ACA, ACCA, CA, CPA and/or MBA combined with solid accounting experience will be considered in lieu of a degree in Accounting.
  • Two to five years of experience in public accounting and/or industry accounting and/or finance.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with an ability to assimilate easily into teams.
  • Strong technical skills and a working knowledge of IFRS and UK GAAP.
  • Effective analytical and critical thinking abilities.
  • Entrepreneurial nature, self-motivated, ethical, and dependable.
  • High energy with commitment to quality client service.

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