Valuation & Business Modelling

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Our business modeling professionals help decision-makers assess and plan the efficient allocation of resources in organizations. Using sophisticated modeling and quantitative analysis techniques, they develop business and financial models for how to structure a business or a new venture. Valuation professionals advise clients on the price or value of their businesses, acquisitions or specific assets. In this team, you’ll gain experience across a range of businesses and sectors, acquiring the skills and knowledge you need to become a successful transaction advisory professional.

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What would my day be like in Valuation & Business Modeling?

As part of this team, you might:

  • Assist in pitching for new work
  • Develop or review complex financial or business models
  • Gather and analyze financial data from the client
  • Identify and value the key tangible and/or intangible assets relevant to a specific acquisition
  • Research and compile data on comparable companies or transactions
  • Analyze industry trends
  • Prepare valuation reports

What skills would I acquire in my first few years?

You’ll acquire skills and knowledge, such as:

  • Research and analysis
  • How to interpret financial statements
  • Commercial understanding of how businesses and specific assets are valued
  • Teamworking skills
  • Business and financial modeling skills
  • Communication and presentation skills
  • Adaptability, through being exposed to a variety of industry sectors and clients

What opportunities would Valuation & Business Modeling open up?

You could:

  • Lead a client account bringing the right mix of services to the client
  • Lead and manage a team on valuation/business modeling projects
  • Focus your knowledge and skills on a particular industry and develop your reputation as a key advisor in that field
  • Focus on one or more particular subjects and develop your reputation as a key advisor in those areas
  • Take a client secondment, to develop your commercial skills and strengthen the client relationship