Analyst - Corporate Finance

Results International - London
11 Oct 2019

We’re seeking candidates looking to start or further your career in M & A, ideally with a keen interest in tech & digital marcoms, as we are true specialists in our chosen sectors. This is a great opportunity to join a highly successful corporate finance boutique in London.

If you join us you will work closely with a VP or Director and Partner in a deal team and be responsible for supporting all elements of the deal process as well as managing significant work streams on your own. With significant client exposure and the need to develop relationships with all stakeholders, both internal and external, this role carries a high degree of responsibility towards deal success.

You'll hone your research and client-facing skills in understanding your sector fully; with a high level of attention to detail, financial and people skills alongside you'll fit seamlessly into the team and your priority will be to learn as much as possible from the talented people around you.

Many of our team members stay with us longer than the industry average and we pay particular attention to how you can develop both your career and your skill set. This boutique is not one to ensure you 'serve your time', it will move you along your career trajectory as quickly as you can progress.

Our culture is corporate finance with personality - we work to high standards but find time to have fun together too; social events (including the annual ski trip) are the norm. We are collaborative and collegiate and never compete internally; only externally and in pitches.

So if a big faceless investment bank is not for you, yet a career in corporate‎ finance is, this is exactly your opportunity and you should apply right now. You'll ideally have done a corporate finance internship or two, and certainly be able to demonstrate your interest in the field.

When applying, please explain in a covering letter why you are suited to this role, and what you think you can bring to the firm. Applications without covering letters are extremely unlikely to be considered.