Corporate Finance Manager (Government & Infrastructure)

London (Greater)
18 Apr 2019
21 May 2019
Contract Type
Full Time

A leading consulting firm looking to expand their Corporate Finance team in London with a specific focus on Government & Infrastructure clients. The team delivers a wide range of corporate finance advisory services to public and private sector organisations. The group works across a range of sectors, including energy, defence, transport and public services. The services include:

  • Procurement advice to government for public private partnerships (PPPs), project finance, outsourcing and other service contracts between the public and private sectors;
  • Advice to private sector organisations bidding for government contracts, including financial modelling, finance raising advice and negotiation support; and
  • Renegotiation, refinancing and restructuring of existing contracts.

Key Requirements -

  • Experience in a finance focussed role within government, a private sector bidder or another advisory firm working on one or more of: PPP, project finance, outsourcing, franchising or similar service contracts;
  • A strong understanding of the financial and commercial aspects of government infrastructure and/or service contracts;
  • Experience of working with financial models;
  • An understanding of public sector procurement procedures;
  • Strong written English skills; and
  • A strong academic record, including a minimum of 2.1 degree or equivalent.

The following experience and qualifications would also be beneficial:

  • Experience of designing and building complex financial models;
  • A recognised accountancy or relevant financial qualification (full or part qualified);
  • Experience of business case and/or report writing; and
  • Experience of working with contractual documentation for government infrastructure and/or service contracts.

Required personal attributes include:

  • Dedication to delivering quality results;
  • Ability to multi-task and appreciation of the commitments to working within an advisory practise;
  • A logical and methodical approach to problem solving, with an ability to think laterally;
  • Good project management skills and an understanding of governance requirements and risks;
  • The confidence to work effectively with clients; and
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work within a team.
  • The primary location will be London. The individual may be required to spend time working in other locations in the UK for extended durations as required by clients and projects.

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