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KPMG's Integration & Separation Services team, Operations Mergers & Acquisitions (Ops M&A) in Deal Advisory, helps companies deliver value from mergers and acquisitions. We are growing at 40% a year and actively looking for people to join our fast-growing team. In Ops M&A, our people and culture are critically important. Last year, our team received the highest people survey score in the firm. We hire hungry, humble, smart people from all backgrounds, including industry and professional services. The work we do with clients spans all industries and situations and, as such, is diverse and exciting.
If you want to join a fast growing, collaborative, down-to-earth team then we would love to hear from you!
More information about Operations M&A at KPMG.
We are currently looking for self-starters who have a real drive to excel, are resilient and challenge themselves, their colleagues and the clients on a daily basis. This Senior Consultant, Integration & Separation Services role in, Ops M&A, Deal Advisory, is based in our Toronto office.
What you will do:
Support our clients in delivering value from their transactions, by working on engagement teams:
Support pre deal due diligence and provide strategic advice to Executives on the Integration Risk
Help set up and manage an Integration Management Office
Develop a target operating model to outline how the merged company will operate post transaction
Assist the client to develop detailed integration plans
Offer change management support and advice
Support sell side due diligence
Help develop the operating model for the separated business and remaining business
Actively participate in negotiating key transaction commercial terms
Assist with drafting deal documents
Develop detailed separation plans
Set up and manage a Separation Management Office
What you bring to this role:
An inquisitive, investigative, and digital mindset to test our clients’ thinking on their biggest challenges
Solid business acumen, including problem solving, lateral thinking, and financial literacy
A high degree of comfort with ambiguity to deliver value within transformation programs
Ability to quickly build effective working relationships
A degree in Engineering, MBA, CPA, CFA, or similar qualification
Ideally exposure in any of the following areas: mergers and acquisitions, consulting, audit or private equity
Comfortable working independently with minimal supervision and in collaboration as part of a team
Keys to your success:
You are Hungry-Humble-Smart. Cultural fit is the most important criteria. When we say hungry, humble, smart, we mean that! We like working with people who work hard and have a lifelong love of learning and developing
Outstanding communication skills (oral & written), with the ability to interact confidently with all levels of management
Advanced PowerPoint and Excel skills
High degree of personal and professional integrity
Exceptional interpersonal skills
Creative problem-solver with good attention to detail and effective organizational skills
High degree of personal and professional integrity
A self-starter who thrives working in a dynamic, fast paced environment
Learn more about where a career at KPMG can take you.
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Integrity, we do what is right | Excellence, we never stop learning and improving | Courage, we think and act boldly | Together, we respect each other and draw strength from our differences | For Better, we do what matters
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