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Experian is the leading global information services company, providing data and analytical tools to our clients around the world. Experian helps businesses to manage credit risk, prevent fraud, automate decision making and target marketing offers, and helps consumers to manage their financial profile. In 2017, Experian was named by Forbes magazine as one of the “World’s Most Innovative Companies” for the fourth year in a row.
Experian employs approximately 17,000 people in 37 countries, is a FTSE 100 constituent listed on the London Stock Exchange and generated US$4.7bn of revenues in the year ended 31st March 2018. Experian invests significant amounts of capital, both organically and through acquisition, to expand our global footprint and capabilities.
As a Senior Manager in Experian’s Corporate Development team, the successful candidate will be responsible for Merger, Acquisition and Divestiture projects across the UK&I and EMEA regions to enhance Experian’s existing business offerings.
There is considerable variability and visibility within the role and a technically-strong, commercially-insightful and well-rounded corporate finance professional with M&A and / or principal investor experience is essential.
This is an outstanding role for an experienced candidate looking to take their next career-step within a fast-paced and acquisitive FTSE100 company.
Key Role Activities:
End-to-end management of the day-to-day transaction process, from origination and initial evaluation through to completion:
  • Interfacing with Experian’s business units and strategy teams to determine inorganic strategy.
  • Meeting with potential acquisition targets and creating relationships with management teams.
  • Advising senior finance team members on preparing detailed financial projections, financial models and scenario analysis.
  • Developing complex valuation models and preparing complete valuation analysis, incorporating DCF, trading comparables, transaction comparables and alternative valuation methods.
  • Preparing analysis to determine deal structuring options.
  • Assisting in the negotiation of heads of terms and key legal documents including sale and purchase agreements.
  • Preparing key documents for the internal deal approval process, including Board-level reporting and review.
  • Managing due diligence processes with internal and external stakeholders.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Creating strong personal networks with investment banking and sourcing contacts, management teams of potential targets and Experian business leaders.
  • Maintaining knowledge of sector-specific deal considerations in the data, analytics, information services, software, technology and financial services industries.
  • Researching and monitoring sector specific-trends, transactions and potential acquisition targets and reporting highlights to executive staff.
Interested applicants should submit their full C.V. including deal sheet.
Each candidate will be assessed on their own merits, and the following is a guideline of items that may benefit a candidate:
  • Relevant experience in M&A, Corporate Development, Investment Banking, Private Equity, or closely related financial experience.
  • Experience working on M&A transactions of various sizes, types and complexities in the UK and internationally.
  • Proven experience in negotiating and completing complex M&A, investment, partnership and / or JV transactions.
  • Experience managing cross-functional, cross-regional teams through an entire M&A process.
  • Proven ability to formulate informed positions and influence internal and external stakeholders.
  • Proven ability to assume leadership positions, interact with executive management, and work with a variety of clients & stakeholders.
Qualifications and Languages:
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.
  • Professional finance qualification (ACA, CA, CFA or equivalent).
  • Working knowledge of European languages may be an advantage.
Other Desirable Attributes:
  • Desire and ability to operate in an entrepreneurial, small team environment focused on expanding Experian's existing footprint and business platform throughout the region.
  • Ability to guide and develop more junior team members.
  • Ability to maintain investment banking and sourcing contacts, monitor M&A and industry activities and report highlights to executive staff.
  • Excellent quantitative analysis skills with emphasis on financial modelling.

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