Valuations Associate




New York, New York

Employment Type



A fast growing, Private Equity backed advisory firm is looking to add a 1-4 year business valuations professional to their NYC team.

Job Description:

Compensation : $85000 - $95000
Job ID : 13094


  • Execute business valuations for mergers/acquisitions, financing rounds, charitable contributions, estate and gift taxes, and incentive stock option programs
  • Build financial models, applying discounted cash flow, guideline public company, and guideline transaction valuation methodologies; and performing financial analyses
  • Research industry, market, and economic data
  • Write comprehensive reports describing companies, industries, and valuation methods
  • Verify accuracy of models and reports built by other team members
  • Participate in client meetings and assist with project scope, discussing conclusions with the Team, clients, and client auditors

Job Requirements:


  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Economics, Finance, or Mathematics, with a record of academic achievement
  • 1 - 5 years of valuation experience, preferably at a Big 4 accounting firm
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail and commitment to delivering high quality client service
  • Understanding of applications and database tools, such as Capital IQ, Bloomberg, KTMine, etc.
  • Strong analytical and research skills
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills, particularly in Excel
  • Open to sporadic travel  


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