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Andy Myerson

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Andy Myerson

Associate Director - Finance
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Senior Associate

London, England

A Senior Associate is sought by an expanding niche London-based Corporate Restructuring boutique. They work with some of Europe's highest profile and most complex restructuring situations and have restructured c. £160bn of debt in the last 12 years in more than a dozen countries across the UK, US & Europe involving around 140 individual mandates. They are particularly well networked, are leaders in their market and have a track record that makes them a 'first call' for distressed businesses. Please note that this company do not perform any insolvency, liquidation, CVA or similar work, they are purely specialists in restructuring and turnarounds. The role of Senior Associate - Corporate Restructuring has been created to facilitate expansion; the successful applicant will work in small teams across these scenarios: ·Project management of restructuring activities / crisis & interim management. ·Prepare short-term cash flow forecasts and assist in debtor-side restructurings. ·Financial modelling and valuation of companies under going concern / break-up scenarios. ·Negotiations with customers & suppliers and working capital management. ·Sale of non-core business units / distressed business (Corporate Finance). ·Create financial models & scenario analysis to aid new business development. ·Identify potential future opportunities and provide support to Partners in securing the business. Candidates for the role of Senior Associate in this Corporate Restructuring boutique must be a qualified ACA / CA or CFA and must possess significant restructuring, corporate finance or transaction services experience. Candidates will have experience in producing short-term cash-flow forecasts and will be confident, self-starters, articulate as well as calm & considered when faced with challenges. Further, you will thrive under pressure, will enjoy working at pace and will be able to understand how to operate successfully in a boutique environment. Fluency in a European language would be a slight benefit and a willingness to travel in the role is expected. A full career path and an exceptional reward structure await successful candidates.

Corporate Restructuring - Associate

London, England

A Corporate Restructuring Associate is sought by a niche London-based Corporate Restructuring boutique. They work with some of Europe's highest profile and most complex restructuring situations and have restructured c. £160bn of debt in the last 12 years in more than a dozen countries across the UK, US & Europe involving around 140 individual mandates. They are particularly well networked, are leaders in their market and have a track record that makes them a 'first call' for distressed businesses. Please note that this company do not perform any insolvency, liquidation, CVA or similar work, they are purely specialists in restructuring and turnarounds. The role of Corporate Restructuring Associate will see the successful candidate working in various small teams across the following scenarios: ·Provide support to companies in distress (e.g. preparing short term cash flows). ·Project management of restructuring activities / crisis & interim management. ·Negotiate financial restructuring situations with alternative funding sources. ·Create financial models & scenario analysis to aid new business development. ·Negotiate with customers & suppliers and working capital management. ·Sale of non-core business units / distressed business (Corporate Finance). The ideal candidate for the role of Corporate Restructuring Associate will be either a qualified ACA or CFA with excellent academics and the gravitas to offer real business leadership to clients. Candidates must possess restructuring, transaction services, corporate finance or similar experience and will be able to deliver outstanding results whilst occasionally working under real pressure. Fluency in any of Spanish, French or German would also be beneficial. Candidates will also be calm & considered when faced with challenges and be both confident and articulate. A full career path and an exceptional reward structure await successful candidates.

Group Reporting Manager

London, England

A Group Reporting Manager is sought by a leading commercial FTSE-100 plc who are experiencing strong growth in terms of revenue, profit and market penetration. The company has a global presence and operates as either the primary or secondary operator in the vast majority of the markets and countries in which it operates. Their products are transforming the world in which we live and, as such, they are ideally poised to continue their growth over the coming years. The Group Reporting Manager will report into the Group Financial Controller; they will lead a team of three qualified accountants and will be responsible for the provision of consolidated financial information to both the Board and externally as well as significant monthly commentary. Specific responsibilities will include: ·Production of monthly group management accounts & annual group budget for the Board. ·Preparation of half / full year consolidated accounts including supporting analysis and ad hoc information / analysis for the Group's Investor Relations department. ·Ensure compliance with the group's accounting policies, statutory requirements and IFRS. ·Preparation, review & analysis of information for the group's Tax, Treasury and M&A depts. ·Maintain the group's consolidation system; support the replacement of this system. ·Manage / develop a team of three group accountants. ·Provision of ad hoc support and analysis for the Board and other senior management. The ideal candidate for the post of Group Reporting Manager will be a qualified ACA who is currently either a Senior Manager within a Big 4 firm or at an equivalent level in a Group reporting function in a FTSE-350 plc. All candidates will have strong financial reporting skills and will enjoy challenging, varied and rewarding work. Those who can demonstrate a desire to improve processes and strong staff management skills will be in particular demand. Excellent opportunities for progression are available as the company continues to grow.