Deals

Deals

Our ambition is to be the leading business in the Transactions and Crisis markets, recognised as such by our people, our clients and the market.

We're already the largest and most profitable Deals practice in the global PwC network and we have market-leading practitioners in all of our chosen offerings.  Our Deals business is made up of Business Recovery Services (BRS), Corporate Finance, Forensics and Transaction Services (TS).

Our Deals business focuses on the deals and crisis elements of our business from strategic public office procurement advice, to insolvency of underperforming businesses, from international take-over bids to economic crime investigations, and lots of other projects in between. Our client base is wide, including government offices, Private Equity Houses, family businesses and multinational conglomerates. You'll need to select from one of our five Deals businesses to join but you'll be part of a wider Deals Graduate Programme which will provide participants with the opportunity to work across the Deals portfolio by supporting you through a three year professional qualification, and then continuing to develop your skills by introducing you to other areas of the Deals business in years 3, 4 and 5 - helping you to grow your internal network and providing you with a good foundation in all aspects of deals and crisis. You'll obtain a breadth of professional experience and more in depth knowledge across our Deals propositions.

Our business areas:

Our Business Recovery Services practice is (BRS) one of the UK’s largest. Work here to advise UK and European under-performing companies on both financial and operational restructuring, refinancing, Accelerated Mergers & Acquisitions and insolvency scenarios – all to find the best way forward for the business and its stakeholders.  

Corporate Finance offers a full range of financial advisory services, from acquisitions and disposals for corporate and private equity clients to advice on infrastructure, energy and public sector projects. We operate across all industry sectors and your clients could range from corporate to private equity houses to major government departments and private sector contractors and developers.

Forensic Services offers experience of investigations, disputes and claims involving everything from money laundering and regulatory compliance to corruption, fraud and economic crime. You’ll work with a wide variety of clients facing crises, as well as those looking to prevent issues arising.

Transaction Services supports private equity firms, investment funds and corporate clients undertaking mergers, acquisitions and disposals. Advising throughout the life of the deal, you’ll see both buy and sell-side work, develop specialist sector understanding and build key skills in financial due diligence.

Expert Valuations advice helps our clients make key strategic decisions on business deals or restructuring; disputes, tax regulation and  financial reporting; Analysing financial, economic, regulatory and strategic factors will give you superb sector knowledge and technical valuation skills.

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  • All our graduate opportunities in Deals for 2014 are now closed
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From small family run organisations to major multinationals, Business Recovery Services (BRS) helps underperforming businesses and those with interests in them, understand and solve their problems. That might mean coming up with strategies to turn the company around or guiding it through an insolvency process.

With over 800 staff in 22 offices, ours is the UK's largest BRS practice. We work with people right across the organisation, from Tax and Assurance to Deals, this gives our clients the specialist knowledge they need to make the right decisions.

Whether clients are after advice, restructuring or refinancing, we can help. Our services include:

  • Turnaround implementation
  • Financial, operational & strategic advice
  • Working capital management
  • Optimised exit services
  • Accelerated Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Chief restructuring officer and interim leader appointments
  • Pension advisory
  • Solvent restructuring reconstructions
  • Insurance company run-off
  • Receivables management
  • Formal insolvency arrangements

We win the confidence of clients by showing both empathy and objectivity. We also have the credibility to make convincing arguments even when clients resist the tough decisions they have to make. It’s absorbing work. And it offers unusually high exposure to all sides of running a business - plus, often, the chance to put our recommendations into practice.

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In your first couple of years, you’ll get as much exposure to different clients and challenges as possible.

This invaluable on-the-job experience will develop you technically and personally. You’ll start by liaising with creditors, which calls for tact, sensitivity and assertiveness.  And you'll see more than just the finance side of things too - we often have to look at how the staff of a business or its technology could affect its recovery.

Whether you're researching, modelling, writing reports or analysing data, your work could well help rescue a business, perhaps saving jobs and reducing what creditors are owed. No wonder it’s so rewarding. We’ll also give you opportunities to assist the administrators in trading insolvent businesses where you’ll get a chance to take an active role in managing customer, supplier and employee relationships.

You'll also spend time in Assurance to give you one of the best business educations around - a strong platform for your role advising clients in Business Recovery Services and a network of contacts across the organisation.

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You'll develop skills that’ll help you build a career both in Business Recovery Services and the wider network.

You’ll learn how to look at every facet of a business with a strategic eye - weighing up all you see and hear against its current financial situation and coming up with a plan to take it forward. And the business intuition and decision-making skills you'll develop will have all sorts of applications.

This gives you the widest possible experience while you train plus a platform to make informed decisions about your career. 

You’ll study to become a Chartered Account with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW). As you progress, you’ll experience different areas of the deals business in years 3, 4 and 5, helping you to grow your internal network and providing you with a good foundation in all aspects of deals and crisis. You will obtain a breadth of professional experience and more in depth knowledge across our Deals propositions.

All this will help you decide which areas interest you most and where you'd like to work longer term.

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You’ll need to have a natural talent for problem-solving and the perseverance to identify and explore every option - no matter how unlikely - to save clients' businesses.

And the kind of work we do means you must have good people skills, a genuine ability to empathise, a flair for the written word and good standards of numeracy will help to grapple with the financials.

If you’re after endless variety and challenge, plus the chance to learn what makes successful businesses tick - and why others fail.

  • 2:1 or above in any degree subject
  • at least a 300 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

Equally important is your intellect, willingness to learn, ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes, while always making a positive impact with our clients and each other.

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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  •  All our graduate opportunities in Business Recovery Services for 2014 are now closed
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Time is often critical in Business Recovery Services. If we’re to rescue a client, everyone has to pull together and that calls for real team spirit.

It makes celebrating successes all the sweeter though. Turning round a business whose management was convinced it was going under is even more satisfying when it’s a team effort.

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Application deadlines for graduate opportunities in Business Recovery Services London
Vacancy opens for online applications 2 September 2013
Vacancy closes for online applications 8 November 2013
Deadline to have completed the online testing 11 November 2013
First interviews take place 5 and 6 December 2013
Assessment day Week commencing 16 December 2013
Second and final interviews take place Week commencing 6 January 2014

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Corporate Finance offers a full range of financial advisory services, from acquisitions and disposals for corporate and private equity clients, to advice on infrastructure, energy and public sector projects.

We operate across all industry sectors and our clients range from corporates and private equity houses to major government departments and private sector contractors and developers.

Our work includes:

  • Mergers, Acquisitions & Disposals – advice on buying, selling and structuring capital to corporates, individuals and management teams
  • public to private transactions – advice and execution on public to private transactions and de-listings
  • private equity – deal origination and execution, assistance with financing, exit planning and structuring
  • public private partnerships – providing commercial and financing advice to the public and private sectors
  • project finance and long-term funding for infrastructure funds and other private sector investors
  • procurement services, from initial strategy through to contract award
  • real estate advisory services.

Our work here is fast, exciting and fun. That means you’ll develop an expert knowledge of the factors that affect the organisations and industries you work in. With millions at stake, our clients are demanding, so our advice - the advice you'll eventually be giving - is critical. We need to be knowledgeable, able to build relationships quickly and effectively and think strategically. And we have to keep an eye out for opportunities that'll make or save money for our clients.

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  •  All our graduate opportunities in Corporate Finance for 2014 are now closed
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You'll typically work as part of small, highly-focused project team. The project manager will rely on you for effective support from start to finish

Your responsibilities might include:

  • financial modelling and analysis of transactions, performing company valuations, and returns analyses
  • preparation of client presentations, pitch documents and industry specific research
  • researching a new industry policy or development
  • assessing financing options for large projects
  • day-to-day project work on live transactions liaising with multiple stakeholders, both external and internal
  • business development activities including identification and targeting of potential opportunities.

Relationships are a key part of our business. In addition to your technical work, you’ll be expected to interact with clients including shareholders, leading civil servants, management teams, project leaders and investment directors. You’ll need to have strong communication skills and the flexibility to adapt when you find yourself in different environments. 

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  •  All our graduate opportunities in Corporate Finance for 2014 are now closed
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We’ll invest heavily in your training and development. You’ll learn from experienced people, benefit from formal training courses and spend time with your People Manager who’ll be your mentor and career coach.

Further, during your first few years with PwC you’ll study for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) qualification. And, as you progress, you’ll experience different areas of the Deals business in years 3, 4 and 5, helping you to grow your internal network and providing you with a good foundation in all aspects of deals and crisis. You’ll obtain a breadth of professional experience and more in-depth knowledge across our Deals propositions.

Within Corporate Finance we provide our clients with a wide range of services, across a number of different sectors. We recognise that at the early stage of your career you may want to gain experience across different areas of the Corporate Finance department and we’ll actively help you to try out different types of work, and to spend time with different types of clients.

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  •  All our graduate opportunities in Corporate Finance for 2014 are now closed
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There’s no typical Corporate Finance graduate, just people with a genuine interest in working on large, high-profile deals and projects.

You’ll need to be a logical, strategic thinker who is self-motivated and able to adapt to changing environments and situations quickly. Just as important are exceptional relationship building skills, an eagerness to learn and an ability to work as part of a team.

You'll need:

  • 2:1 or above in any degree subject
  • at least a 320 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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  •  All our graduate opportunities in Corporate Finance for 2014 are now closed
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Stimulating and rewarding, working in Corporate Finance offers a steep learning curve. When the pressure is on, the hours can be long, but people who do well here thrive on the excitement of putting complex, high-value deals and projects together. The sense of achievement they share is unbeatable.

Working hard on potentially headline-making deals and projects, especially when the stakes seem high, also creates a hugely rewarding spirit of camaraderie. And, when a successful project goes through, we celebrate. What’s more, we encourage and promote talent and reward our star performers well.

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  •  All our graduate opportunities in Corporate Finance for 2014 are now closed
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Application deadlines for graduate opportunities in Corporate Finance
Vacancy opens for online applications 2 September 2013
Vacancy close for online applications 8 November 2013
Deadline to have completed online tests 11 November 2013
Your application will be held at this point 27 November 2013
First stage interviews take place 2 & 3 December 2013
Assessment day Week commencing 9 & 13 December 2013
Final stage interviews take place 16-20 December 2013

 

Application deadlines for summer internship opportunities in Corporate Finance
Vacancy opens for online applications 2 September 2013
Vacancy closes for online applications 13 December 2013
Deadline to have completed the online testing 16 December 2013
Your application will be held at this point 10 January 2014
First interviews will take place 15 & 16 January 2014
Assessment days 21 & 24 January 2014
Final stage interviews

29 January  -6 February 2014

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The Forensic Services team helps clients investigate, analyse and overcome a wide range of business risks and issues - like the damage economic crime can do to profits and reputation.

Often in high profile situations, our forensic specialists use independence of mind, rigour, and consulting skills to assist our clients to spot financial irregularities, set up controls that reduce the risk of fraud, carry out regulatory investigations, assist with commercial, construction and transactional disputes and provide evidence for regulatory enquiries and litigation.  We also have teams of specialists that help clients to perform non-financial investigations (such as healthcare and governmental), corporate intelligence and due diligence investigations, rights management and implement anti-money laundering programmes. In addition, we have developed new technology that captures, manages and analyses the data used to support investigations and resolve disputes.

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  • All our graduate opportunities in Forensics & Assurance for 2014 are now closed
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We call the role a shared scheme as you’ll start off working in Assurance, then move into Forensic Services. This will give you the breadth of experience you need to become an effective Forensic Accountant.

In Assurance, you'll carry out audits on anything from large multinationals to small entrepreneurial enterprises, making sure a client's accounts are true and fair.

In Forensic Services, you'll help clients get to the bottom of particularly complex business issues – anything from a fraud allegation to a Merger & Acquisition dispute – and advise on next steps. Your Forensic work could include:

  • investigations
  • commercial disputes
  • international arbitration
  • independent forensic reviews
  • transaction and shareholder disputes
  • anti-money laundering services
  • corporate intelligence
  • capital project services
  • rights management services.

You’ll pick up highly specialised experience in a team that’s committed to quality. It’s an area that generates urgent and absorbing projects – and we react fast to them. But we also help our clients anticipate and plan for change. You’ll work with other trainees, make lasting friendships and build strong networks.

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  • All our graduate opportunities in Forensics/Assurance for 2014 are now closed
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As well as your two-week induction, you'll benefit from all sorts of superb learning resources plus in-house and external training courses on forensic topics.

You’ll also be mentored and coached by experienced Forensics professionals. You’ll move around the firm and get as much experience as you can over your first five years. This not only helps you make more informed career decisions. It’ll also build your skills, making you a more rounded and able professional. With the help of your mentor, you'll pick the areas you'd like to move between as your training progresses.

You’ll also be mentored and coached by experienced Forensics professionals. This not only helps you make more informed career decisions. It’ll also build your skills, making you a more rounded and able professional. With the help of your mentor, you'll pick the areas you'd like to move between as your training progresses.
If you're to analyse financial information for clients, you must understand the numbers involved. That's why you'll study to become a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW).

As you progress, you’ll experience different areas of the deals business in years 3, 4 and 5, helping you to grow your internal network and providing you with a good foundation in all aspects of deals and crisis. You’ll obtain a breadth of professional experience and more in depth knowledge across our Deals propositions

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  • All our graduate opportunities in Forensics/Assurance for 2014 are now closed
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You’ll need to be inquisitive. And as the role may involve you having to extract information out of people reluctant to part with it, you must be persistent and persuasive too, able to build the trust that could produce the vital piece of evidence that helps your client.

It’s also important for you to have a flair for analysing information and interpreting your findings - both inside and outside the Forensic Services team.

  • 2:1 or above in any degree subject
  • at least a 300 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

Next steps

  • All our graduate opportunities in Forensics and Assurance for 2014 are now closed
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The Forensic Services team is made up of accountants, investigators, engineers, lawyers, ex-regulators and computer forensic specialists.

We often respond to clients in crisis situations so we need our people to be flexible and quick thinking to respond to our clients' needs. We regularly work with other parts of the business and in offices all over the world. There's a strong support network within the department and we put an emphasis on coaching and training

 

Application deadlines for graduate opportunities in Forensics
Vacancy opens for online applications 2 September 2013
Vacancy closes for online applications 15 November 2013
Deadline to have completed the online testing 18 December 2013
First interviews take place 16 & 17 December 2013
Assessment day Week commencing 13 January 2014
Final interviews take place Week commencing 20 January 2014

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We support clients in the fast-paced Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) sector, advising throughout the deal cycle from planning beforehand to supporting after the deal has gone through.

We help clients looking to buy a business, sell all or part of their business, refinance or list on stock exchanges through Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).

Transaction Services is a market leader with many private equity and corporate clients. We regularly advise on some of the largest and most complex cross-border deals.

The financial due diligence work we do helps buyers understand what will make a transaction successful. We thoroughly assess a target company’s finances, weigh up the opportunities and risks, and pinpoint potential deal issues and deal breakers. We also work for vendors, independently assessing businesses so that potential buyers can make informed decisions.

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You’ll benefit from training in both our Assurance business and Transaction Services. You’ll start off in financial audit, building the financial skills and commercial awareness you need to analyse and advise on M&A deals.

Here you'll carry out audits on anything from large multinational organisations to small entrepreneurial enterprises. Essentially, you’ll check whether a client's accounts are true and fair.

In Transaction Services, you'll help clients understand the business issues that surround a transaction. Your work could include:

  • helping us develop business by researching a company or specific industry sector
  • analysing the financial track record and projected performance of a target company
  • helping identify the key risks/opportunities in a merger, acquisition, management buy-out and disposal
  • meeting and interviewing the managers of a company one of our clients wants to buy
  • liaising with other advisers on the transaction - such as bankers and lawyers.

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Work with our prestigious client list and you’ll develop the business skills, knowledge and relationships you need to do well in a career that’s about so much more than numbers.

You’ll get broad exposure to the wider Assurance business, experiencing audit alongside your client work in Transaction Services. You'll learn how clients in different industries operate – and about the range of opportunities and threats they face. And you’ll build commercial awareness by getting under the skin of businesses during audits. All of this will develop the analytical skills and professional scepticism you need to advise clients on what drives a successful transaction through.

If you're to analyse financial information for clients, you must understand the numbers involved. That's why you'll study to become a Charted Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, England and Wales (ICAEW). Studying can be tough – but we'll be right behind you with full financial support and access to first-class tuition. When you qualify, you'll be a well-rounded business adviser, enjoying a real career head start.

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You’ll need to be as driven and ambitious as your clients – with the commercial awareness, investigative mind and flair for detail that underpin sound advice.

You’ll work in multidisciplinary teams, build lasting relationships and meet clients often, so excellent interpersonal skills are vital too. And the more flexible you are about the work you do and where you do it, the more successful you’ll be.

You'll need:

  • 2:1 or above in any degree subject
  • at least a 300 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

Equally important is your intellect, willingness to learn, ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes , while always making a positive impact with our clients and each other. 

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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  •  All our graduate opportunities in Corporate Finance for 2014 are now closed
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The M&A sector is fast-paced and fast-changing. That makes Transaction Services projects challenging but hugely rewarding.

Because they’re often multinational, you’ll need to work with people from other parts of the business and from offices all over the world. That means you can look forward to a wide range of different experiences. And thanks to our great support network, you’ll always have someone more experienced to advise and coach you along the way.

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Application deadlines for graduate opportunities in Transaction Services
Vacancy opens for online applications 2 September 2013
Vacancy closes for online applications 15 November 2013

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Valuations help our clients understand what their business, shares or assets are worth in the context of transactions, financial reporting, disputes, tax or group restructure purposes.

Our team of 110 experienced and dedicated valuation specialists and industry experts assist many private equity, corporate clients and individuals in understanding the value of an asset or business and what is really driving that value. Our ability to offer independent valuation advice which looks at both the commercial and technical aspects of transactions, disputes or group restructuring can often provide new insights or fulfil an important corporate governance role.

For example, we help our clients understand:

  • What is it worth?
  • How can we improve its value?
  • Is our pricing right?
  • What's the best strategic option?
  • Where should we be placing our resources?
  • Is this a good deal? Can we defend it?
  • Are our regulators on board?
  • Is our business costing the earth?
  • Can we turn sustainability challenges to business advantage?

Our success comes from our ability to understand our client’s businesses and the challenges they may face. We thoroughly assess the financial performance of businesses or assets, weigh up opportunities and risks, and provide insights into what drives value in the current market.

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You’ll benefit from training in both our Assurance business and Valuations.

Financial audit will help you to build the financial skills and commercial awareness you need to analyse and advise our clients. You'll carry out audits on anything from large multinational organisations to small entrepreneurial enterprises. Essentially, you’ll check whether a client's accounts are true and fair.

You'll also work with one of the Valuations industry-focused teams:

  • Retail, consumer and leisure
  • Industrial products
  • Healthcare & business services
  • Energy, utilities & infrastructure
  • Financial services
  • Telecoms, media and technology
  • Regional team (working across various industries around the UK)

You'll typically work as part of small, highly focused project teams. The project manager will rely on you for effective support from start to finish. Your responsibilities might include:

  • researching a specific market and industry sector
  • analysing the financial track record and projected performance of a company
  • financial modelling and analysis of comparable companies/transactions
  • preparation of client reports and pitch documents.

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Working with our prestigious client list and you’ll develop the business skills, knowledge and relationships you need to do well in a career that’s about so much more than numbers.

You’ll get broad exposure to the wider Assurance business, experiencing audit alongside your client work in Valuations. You'll learn how clients in different industries operate, and about the range of opportunities and threats they face. You will also build commercial awareness by getting under the skin of businesses during audits. All of this will develop the analytical skills and professional scepticism you need to advise clients on what drives value.

If you're to analyse financial information for clients, you must understand the numbers involved. That's why you'll study to become a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, England and Wales (ICAEW).

As you progress, you’ll experience different areas of the deals business in years 3, 4 and 5, helping you to grow your internal network and providing you with a good foundation in all aspects of deals and crisis. You’ll obtain a breadth of professional experience and more in depth knowledge across our Deals propositions.

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Our clients turn to us for help with the big issues.

So our people must use their powers of analysis to the full. You’ll need to be innovative, thoughtful, and enthusiastic about learning all you can on industry and markets. Vital too are confidence, credibility and strong communication skills.

  • 2:1 or above in any degree subject
  • at least a 300 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

Equally important is your intellect, willingness to learn, ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes , while always making a positive impact with our clients and each other. 

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Our culture is based on teamwork.

Valuations relies on everyone's input, especially as much of our work hinges on how much we know about many different issues and markets. And when the advice your team gives ultimately leads to a spectacular success for a client, we celebrate together and reward a job well done.

The better our research, analysis and investigations, the better our advice. So we always share what we know with each other – not just our information, but also how we interpret it and the insights we gain. That means you’ll benefit from a wealth of experience and knowledge.

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Application deadlines for graduate opportunities in Valuations
2 September 2013 Vacancy opens for online applications
15 November 2013 Vacancy closes for online applications


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