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KPMG is currently seeking a Director to join our KPMG Strategy practice.
Lead integration and separation projects focused on the finance function for mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, carve-outs, and other similar transactions for Fortune 1000, middle market companies and private equity investors
Lead and manage the engagement process from start to finish, including setting scopes, budgets, billing, staffing resources, creation and coordination of client-ready deliverables with KPMG's engagement teams, and direct communication of results with clients
Work with KPMG's M&A Services teams on F&A engagements and/or work streams, focusing on full range of finance and accounting activities at the clients
Work with KPMG teams including financial due diligence, accounting advisory services, transaction tax, management consulting financial management, enterprise system, risk consulting and treasury services
Oversee and drive development of staff, including being mentor and coach to junior team members
Direct, support and participate in business development initiatives
Minimum of six years of experience providing management consulting services to corporate and/or private equity clients as part of a major consulting/advisory firm and experience in large project management, successful business development and maintaining strong client relationships at the executive level
Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field from an accredited college/university, CPA is a plus
Significant Operational M&A transaction experience in all phases of the deal lifecycle from pre-signing to post-close operations; must have extensive hands-on experience assisting with the operational details of transactions both pre- and post-close
Experience with large deal transactions with one billion dollars or more in deal value and multiple large transactions should involve multiple countries, regions and currencies
Extensive experience with the finance and accounting function of large complex organizations Experience with F&A sub-functions including controllership, financial reporting, management reporting, FP&A, treasury, tax and internal audit
Knowledge and experience with legal entity optimization, transition service agreements (TSAs), charts of accounts, shared services and day 1 readiness; experience can be either as an external consultant or in functional industry roles such as CFO, Controller, FP&A, Financial Reporting director, etc.
Ability to travel up to eighty percent
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future
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