Projects and M&A Analyst
The Projects and M&A Analyst draws up and validates the models and financial data required for the company’s strategic projects, including acquisitions.
He/she also acts as a business partner towards other persons involved in the project.
List of tasks
- Model the financial impacts of projects (e.g. new services).
- Check, correct and optimise financial data (e.g. cash flow statements) for projects.
- Pre-acquisition: carry out financial checks and analyses in the course of the due diligence process.
- Collaborate with external M&A advisers.
- Post-acquisition: assist with the integration of newly acquired companies into EDF Luminus.
- Perform asset valuations (e.g. in connection with impairment tests).
- Perform critical assessments of business plans (for acquisitions and projects) and the underlying assumptions, in accordance with the strategic vision.
- Prepare financial information (e.g. cash flow statements) for analysis purposes in connection with projects.
- Present conclusions and recommendations on projects/acquisitions to senior management.
- Analyse the financial risks and opportunities of projects.
- Prepare briefing packs for submission to the Investment Committee.
- Work with other finance personnel to share information and consolidate and identify the financial impacts of projects.
- You have a master’s degree in finance/economics.
- You have 3 years of experience in audit, banking or M&A.
- Prior experience in M&A is a plus.
- You have an understanding of valuation.
- You have an understanding of modelling and business plans.
- You are communicative, dynamic and tenacious.
- You are fluent in English, Dutch and French.
- You have good writing skills and enjoy tackling challenges.
- You are fully conversant with MS Office with an excellent knowledge of Excel.
- You are highly professional with an analytical and critical mindset and the ability to combine and summarise findings.
- You are flexible and always comply with deadlines.
- You are a self-starter, take the initiative, and are pro-active.