Director of Corporate Finance

Location Dublin City
Discipline: Finance & Accounting
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £€125,000 - €150,000
Contact name: Matthew Godfrey

Contact email: matthew@godfreynorth.com
Contact phone: +44 7525 413 563
Published: about 2 months ago
Expiry date: 01 Feb 2024 23:59

​We are working with a leading financial services company that is looking to hire a Director of Corporate Finance and M&A, to join its Dublin team. This position will play a key role in driving the inorganic growth of the business through the delivery of the buy-and-build strategy, working closely with the CEO and CFO. The focus on the role will be as follows:

  • M&A Strategy Development

  • Coordinate origination and manager the pipeline

  • Transaction execution

Applicants must have the followng:

  • 8+ years of transaction experience in M&A, Corporate Development or Investment in a large Corporation or Financial Services institution.

  • MBA or relevant graduate degree from top-tier institution or similar academic / professional qualifications

  • Significant experience in leading teams to execute all aspects of transactions including direct experience in negotiating and executing complex M&A transactions, and post deal integration.

  • Proven track record structuring and managing complex cross-enterprise projects and processes with multiple stakeholders at both senior and junior levels.

  • Broad exposure to and understanding of insurance distribution and/or financial service industries.

  • Experience working in a demanding environment with highly motivated and driven professionals.

  • Superior strategy development, analytical and problem-solving skills, with demonstrated intellectual and analytical rigor.

  • Excellent presentation skills, including strong oral and writing capabilities; ability to clearly communicate compelling messages to senior managers and external business partners.

  • Ability to handle projects with multiple workstreams, with proven leadership success over a wide variety of functional business problems.