Assistant Director - Corporate Finance

Michael Page
60000.00 - 80000.00 GBP Annual
03 Jun 2017
21 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Part Time

An Assistant Director is required to independently develop and grow the M&A business within Corporate Finance, as well as develop the team members. You will have a good understanding of, and experience in, the field of corporate finance for both buy-side and sell-side work, involving public and private companies, owner-managed businesses and private equity houses.

Client Details

International Practice based in Bristol offices.


  • Support management of the Lead Advisory and wider Corporate Finance team with other Assistant Directors, Directors and Partners.

  • Lead the development of existing and new service stream methodologies.

  • Manage M&A engagements, which include the resolution of project issues prior to Partner review.

  • Build strong and sustainable relationship with clients, both internal and external to the client, establishing both a rapport and trust.

  • Undertake the management of the project team on a day-to-day basis.

  • Assume real ownership of client relationships and projects.

  • People management responsibilities covering resource planning and allocation, performance management, support to the appraisal process, training and recommendations for promotion.

  • Scope and review reports, information memoranda and documents using Word and PowerPoint

  • Scope and review financial models using Excel

  • Act as a mentor to team members and provide coaching with a view to assisting them to achieve their personal career goals.

  • Convert existing opportunities into future Corporate Finance/M&A work, and identify new project opportunities.

  • Contribute and play an active role in the development of new business relationships, marketing and business proposals.

  • Seek and take action on feedback.

  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of firm products and cross-selling opportunities.

  • Deliver honest and timely feedback to executives and managers.


  • Thorough working knowledge of sell-side and buy-side corporate finance advisory activities

  • ACA/ACCA qualified (or equivalent), or relevant work experience.

  • Previous staff management or supervisory experience.

  • Good knowledge of MS Office, in particular Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

  • For those involved in plc activities, a thorough knowledge of relevant regulatory regimes.

Job Offer

GBP60-80,000 dependent on experience.

Discretionary Bonus

Excellent Benefits Package