At ABIP, we treat every relationship like a true partnership. From the beginning of your career with ABIP, our goal is to make each interaction and engagement count. We genuinely believe that our people are our greatest assets and strive to provide an environment where they can do what they do best.
We believe in partnering with our clients to help them focus on their goals and provide continuous support as they navigate through distinct stages of their lifecycles. Our professionals take the time to understand each client’s operation and design a strategy unique to those needs.
As a Senior Associate in the advisory department, you will spend your day working on forensic, litigation, and valuation engagements performing value-added services. With an understanding of financial statements and valuation theory, you will prepare valuation analysis for tax, business, civil and matrimonial litigation. You will perform characterization and reimbursement tracing and fraud risk assessments and examinations.
In your role you will:
- Assist on different types of advisory engagements including business valuations, asset tracing, and characterization, damage calculations, and forensic investigations.
- Provide clients with modeling solutions, data analytics, and analysis to address complex business problems. Draft expert reports.
- Leverage technology, analytical tools, commercial databases, and techniques to deliver insights and enhance the value and effectiveness of services provided.
- Maintain and develop positive, productive, and professional relationships with internal and external clients.
- Work in close collaboration with other team members, clients, attorneys, and the wider firm.
Skills and attributes for success:
- Strong MS Office skills
- Ability to conduct analysis, research, and reporting to interpret, validate and reconcile complex data.
- Ability to learn new data analytics tools and related software.
- Strong numerical and analytical skills, with a demonstrated aptitude in quantitative and qualitative analysis
- Intellectual curiosity
- A bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, finance, or economics.
- Two-to-three years of work experience in the fields of valuation, advisory, forensics, litigation, or divorce.
- Practical accounting knowledge, valuation theory, economic analysis, risk, cash flow analysis, and forecasting.
- Familiar with accounting software platforms and subscription databases.
- Strong interpersonal and communications skills, with the ability to build internal and external networks. Ability to draft expert reports.
Ideally, you also have or are in the process of:
- CPA, ABV, CVA, CFE, or any other relevant certifications.
- Experience gained within professional services organizations.
- Entrepreneur personality looking to grow a professional network.