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Deloitte M&A Strategy & Diligence Senior Consultant in San Jose, California

Deloitte's Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Offering Portfolio pairs leading acquisition and divestiture experience with broad global scale and industry and functional depth. Our offerings span the M&A lifecycle from growth strategy to target screening and diligence, through integration and separation execution. From a seamless Day One experience for customers and employees to a tightly executed post-close year one program, we help our clients to achieve the transaction's potential while minimizing risk.

Work you'll do

Senior Consultants in Deloitte's M&A offering portfolio serve as trusted advisors to their clients in both the corporate and private equity space. They synthesize overall strategy by analyzing a wide variety of solutions, selecting the most relevant tools/techniques to meet specific client requirements such as business case, pricing, or complex financial analysis, and interpreting and reporting on outputs.

The team

M&A | Restructuring and Cost Transformation

Our mandate is to enable our clients' ability to grow, optimize, and fundamentally change the nature of their business and competitive position. We do this via M&A, divestiture, and restructuring services from beginning to end. Our Offering enables pre-deal and post-deal integration, divestiture, and major restructuring/cost transformation activities to achieve/exceed deal value, synergy targets, or strategic cost takeout objectives.

M&A Strategy and Diligence aids clients in optimizing their portfolio, finding the right targets and assessing the risk profile to ensure it meets strategic objectives. We work with senior executives to define how they employ M&A-in alignment with their corporate strategy-to drive profitable growth and enable them to compete effectively in their industry. This is provided through corporate strategy, inorganic growth paths, target profiles and investment thesis. Our Commercial Diligence team tests the information that informs a client's M&A deal valuation and post-merger acquisition plan. We can validate a target company's recurring revenue, revenue growth, and margin sustainability, as well as conduct rapid primary research on its markets, customers, suppliers, and competitors virtually anywhere in the world. Through strategic diligence, we also assess potential upside opportunities that the business may not be taking advantage of, and we identify possible downside risks that could jeopardize the near term or ongoing value of the deal. Our Operational Diligence professionals can assist clients with critically evaluating a target's attractiveness through operational assessments and risk mitigation strategies. We link these findings to deal value for informed transaction decision-making, negotiations, and eventual strategic and financial value realization.

Qualifications

  • A candidate must have M&A or M&A Service Delivery Experience in the following areas:

  • Experience participating in setting engagement objectives and scope.

  • Experience developing work plans for components of engagements, coordinate activities between work streams and identify changes in scope.

  • Experience designing deliverable content to precisely reflect the engagement contract and client needs and strive to improve deliverable quality through verification and validation of results.

  • Experience working collaboratively within integrated, cross-functional teams to deliver M&A engagements across all of phases of the M&A lifecycle include due-diligence, pre-close, and post-merger integration.

  • Experience identifying and assessing targets based on meaningful screening criteria that can include a client's strategic objectives, potential synergies, organizational and cultural fit, and the feasibility of a deal based on the client's corporate strategy, market expectations and corresponding portfolio gaps.

  • Experience engaging in research and analysis to measure and articulate the value of organizational activities, programs, and investments and provide actionable using methodologies to measure, govern, and evaluate performance.

  • Bachelor's degree and 5+ years consulting and/or industry experience; alternatively an MBA with 3+ years relevant work experience is acceptable.

  • Ability to travel 50%. (While 50% of travel is a requirement of the role, due to COVID 19, non essential travel has been suspended until further notice

  • Limited immigration sponsorship may be available.

Preferred:

  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills (MS Visio, MS PowerPoint).

  • Ability to work independently.

  • Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills with the ability to exercise mature judgment.

  • Eagerness to mentor junior staff.

  • An advanced degree.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.

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