Mergers & Acquisitions Analyst
Primary Location: MA-MABoston-313 Congress St
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The MENTOR Network is currently seeking a Financial Analyst, Mergers & Acquisitions to join our team in our Boston office (Fort Point / Seaport / South Boston). The M&A Analyst is an important contributor to the Company’s aggressive mergers and acquisitions activities. The role’s primary responsibility is assisting with financial due diligence and preparation of financial analyses and projection models related to potential corporate acquisitions and similar transactions. Additionally, the M&A Analyst will support senior members of the M&A team in the management of due diligence work-streams, drafting and negotiation of acquisition term sheets and definitive agreements, and preparation and presentation of acquisition business-case materials to the executive management team.
Essential Job Functions:
Gathers and verifies information from acquisition targets through review of due diligence materials, and correspondence/telephone calls with key individuals in proposed transactions.
Analyzes historical financial statements and underlying accounting reports, and prepares pro-forma and valuation models informed by these analyses.
Participates in overall evaluation of proposed acquisitions from financial and operational perspectives.
Assists senior M&A team members in preparation of transaction proposals based on financial analysis of acquisition opportunities.
Helps to manage the overall due diligence process, including preparation of due diligence request lists, setting up and maintaining virtual deal rooms, scheduling diligence calls/meetings, and compiling due diligence reports.
Supports contract negotiations and closings by assisting in the preparation of documents related to proposed transactions, including general correspondence, term sheets / letters of intent, due diligence information requests, purchase agreements, ancillary agreements, and final business-case and transaction-approval presentations.
Collaborates with members of each functional area in review of due diligence materials to identify any “deal breakers”, other material issues / concerns, integration challenges, and proposed resolutions to any such areas of concern.
Perform scenario-based modeling to support deal valuation on key financial metrics such as IRR, DCF.
Support with building capabilities such as target overviews, playbooks, reports, lessons learned
Performs other related duties and activities as required.
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