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Our Deal Advisory professionals help buyers, sellers, private equity investors, governments, and lenders in developing and executing on their value strategies.
With one of the largest teams of accredited valuators in Canada, KPMG is a respected leader in the provision of valuations. Our Tangible Asset Valuation professionals provide valuation services to public and private companies ranging from owner operated businesses to large multi-national companies operating in a broad range of industries. These services are provided to clients looking for an assessment of the value of their machinery, equipment and infrastructure related assets for financial reporting, tax planning & re-organizations, estimating insurable cost new and for other regulatory and decision-making purposes.
Learn more about our Valuation Services here.
Overview of the opportunity located in Toronto:
Our Tangible Asset Valuation service offering is growing! We are looking for a Consultant who is a new or recent graduate from an engineering or business program to join our team. This opportunity is based out of our Toronto office.
What you will do:
As a key member of our Tangible Asset Valuation team, you will assist in valuation assignments in support of the purchase and/or sale of a business, tax planning, insurance requirements and other regulatory purposes.
Gather and review data relating to the assets being appraised, conduct industry research.
Conduct cost & market research, build and review valuation models.
Perform site inspections to view the assets being valued and gather additional information required for the valuation. Note that KPMG adheres to all applicable health and safety protocols when required to conduct site inspections during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Develop and update valuation models in Excel.
Assist in the review of third-party valuations for Audit clients.
Think creatively to find solutions to unusual valuation circumstances & consult with professionals from KPMG’s global Tangible Asset Valuation network as needed.
Write and edit reports and internal memorandums.
Assist with the development of marketing materials and assist with business development mandates as required.
What you bring to this role:
Currently enrolled or recently graduated from an undergraduate degree in engineering, business, finance or accounting with demonstrated aptitude in quantitative and qualitative analysis.
Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience (including any co-op placements or internships) working in an analytical role and/or client serving environment
Solid proficiency working in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.
Any financial modelling experience considered an asset.
Experience using data analytics and visualization tools such as Alteryx, Tableau or Power BI considered an asset.
Basic understanding of and an interest in financial and accounting concepts.
Demonstrated analytical and writing skills
Attention to detail and ability to solve complex technical problems.
Prior experience working in or interest in capital asset intensive industries such as mining, oil and gas, power & utilities, manufacturing etc.
Enrolled, or willing to enrol in pursuing a valuations focused designation, including the ASA. Any other financial or accounting designations (CPA, CA, CFA) also considered an asset.
Must have a valid Driver’s license and be willing to travel both within Canada and internationally
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