Essential Skills and Responsibilities
- Compiles and analyzes data regarding companies to be acquired
- Conducts due diligence and uses this information to develop integrated revenue/expense analyses, projections, reports, and presentations regarding the impact of a merger/acquisition on the organization
- Identifies trends and developments in competitive environments and presents findings to senior management
- Performs financial forecasting and reconciliation of internal accounts
- Researches a particular segment of the government contracting industry to uncover M&A target companies; analyzes the market and searches for other relevant potential values that can be generated through M&A transactions
- Coordinates and conducts due diligence; analyzes target company information and prepares due diligence reports
- Performs multiple valuation analyses and makes financial forecasts related to an M&A transaction; presents recommendations to managers
- Monitors the relevant M&A legal environment and ensures that M&A operations are in compliance with policies and regulations
- Assists with preparing budgets and projections for consulting clients
- Assists with development of pricing models for federal government contracts
- Assists with incurred cost submissions and provisional rate calculations
- Assists consulting clients in corporate finance related issues
The candidate will have some prior experience as an investment banking analyst in the federal government contracting market, very strong analytical skills, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting, economics, finance, or mathematics. Successful analysts should also have global market knowledge, good business understanding, problem-solving skills, and business intuition.
Significant experience in the government contracting industry.