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about 1 year ago
SJC Partners
Salary band: £40k - £50k
Location: Lincolnshire
Job type: Permanent
Contact: SJC Partners
Category: Consulting Jobs
Due to a period of sustained and continuous growth, this Big 4 firm in London is looking to hire a recently qualified auditor to join their award winning Advisory and Capital Markets team to take the lead in advising clients and teams on accounting and reporting matters related to IPOs and, more broadly, cross-border transactions. The successful individual will work with both existing and aspirating SEC registrants (including several of the FTSE100) and provide key regulatory support to ensure clients achieve their capital raising objectives effectively, support companies in understanding the regulatory requirements for IPO's and provide pre-acquisition and post acquisition support. There are also international travel opportunities available as well as scope to be involved in business development initiatives. The team does consist of a high proportion of people who have moved from international locations globally. They understand the challenges of an international move and will support you and your family with the transition if this is the case. Applicants must be qualified (ACA/ACCA/CPA) with proven client management and auditing experience. Exposure to corss-border transactions is highly desirable given the nature of the role. This represents an outstanding opportunity to move out of audit into the deal related space. Where applicable, the successful candidate will be provided with full relocation support, flights to and from London and assistance with accommodation and all other aspects of an international move. The client has multiple people joining their team from abroad each year and should you be relocating, both our client and SJC Partners will work with you to help you settle into your new life abroad

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