Manager, Valuation Advisory Services

Citrin   •  

New York, NY

Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance

  •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 42 days ago

Key
responsibilities:

  • Perform Purchase Price Allocation and Goodwill
    impairment Testing for Financial reporting purposes (ASC 805, ASC 350 and
    ASC 360)
  • Provide
    audit support related to valuation for privately held companies, across a
    variety of industry sectors.
  • Provide
    audit support related to valuation for Purchase
    Price Allocation and Goodwill impairment Testing for Financial reporting
    purposes (ASC 805, ASC 350 and ASC 360).
  • Perform valuation analyses of closely held
    businesses and assets primarily for estate and gift tax reporting,
    litigation support, corporate planning and contemplated transactions
    utilizing advanced valuation techniques and financial models
  • Analyze financial statements and tax returns
  • Study financial and economic data, competitive
    industry dynamics and valuation multiples of guideline companies and
    transactions
  • Enhancing skill sets through independent study of
    industry publications and treatises

Knowledge Preferred:

  • Thorough knowledge and
    understanding and fair value standards (ASC
    805, ASC 820, ASC 350 and ASC 360) and mandatory fair value framework.
  • Thorough knowledge
    regarding the application of valuation methodology for business entities
    and intangible assets, including valuation discounts and premiums.
  • Knowledge of valuation
    of complex instruments specifically BSOPM and PWERM


Skills Preferred:

  • Thorough experience in a
    professional services firm performing valuation engagements emphasis
    on fair value analysis including ASC 805, ASC 820, ASC 350 and ASC
    360.
  • Strong aptitude for
    applying financial accounting, corporate finance, business analysis, and
    report writing to create and deliver valuation solutions to the
    client.
  • Demonstrates thorough
    experience providing professional services in one or more of the following
    areas: business enterprise valuation, financial modeling, derivatives,
    intellectual property valuation, impairment testing, purchase price
    allocation, private equity valuation, and private companies with complex
    capital structure.

Minimum
Education & Other Requirements

  • An undergraduate degree in finance, accounting or
    engineering preferred
  • 5 to 7 years of experience in a professional
    environment
  • Progress towards a CFA, ASA, or equivalent
    preferred
  • Strong interpersonal, analytical, written and
    verbal skills
  • Prior experience in an accounting or consulting
    firm a plus
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word,
    Excel, and Outlook)

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