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Associate, Finance for Boulder, CO operationa...

Associate, Finance for Boulder, CO operational services company supporting private equity firm to handle finance-related, time-sensitive projects & project management; provide financial due diligence & target assessments; provide post-transaction financial support, including purchase accounting & valuations of intangible assets; assist with financial oversight of portfolio companies; serve as in-house expert on US GAAP, IFRS & corporate income tax issues; relate accounting & tax expertise to envisaged transactions; deliver regulatory updates; provide financial analysis of portfolio companies; review long-range planning & internal reporting; on-board new portfolio companies & develop reporting packages; chair audit committee for portfolio companies & oversee external auditors; analyze & develop financial data for sale-side transactions; make financial presentations to Boards; advise on internal controls for portfolio companies.
Requires Bachelor's degree in Accounting; CPA; 7 yrs.
progressive post-Bachelor's experience in public accounting, which includes 2 yrs.
experience managing assurance services; analyzing key valuation assumptions and inputs used to value companies; building purchase price allocation models consistent with Accounting Standards Codification 805; auditing corporate income tax provisions; and applying Accounting Standards Codification 740 to diverse fact patterns.
60% domestic & int'l travel req'd.
Mail resume to Gina Pollack, Glendon II, LLC, 10877 Wilshire Blvd.
, 18th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90024.


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