Economic and Financial Consulting
What we do
The Economic and Financial Consulting practice work on a wide variety of assignments that address challenging business issues – solving problems and providing advice by drawing on the disciplines of economics, finance, valuation and accountancy.
Issues frequently addressed include the measurement, assessment and forecasting of economic performance; the financial analysis and valuation of direct and indirect interests in businesses; intellectual property rights and complex financial instruments; the pricing of goods, services and financial instruments in markets, and the effect of incentives on behaviour.
Some of our recent projects include:
- Calculating commercial damages for an airline carrier following a competitor’s anti-competitive practices
- Valuing complex financial derivatives from the fallout of the financial crisis
- Calculating the fair value of a Baltic country’s imported energy
What will you do?
Example Project- The effect of changes in the market price for gas:
- We were engaged by a major gas company that had entered into arbitration with an upstream supplier, alleging that the contract price for gas was unfair as a result of the reduction in the open market spot price.
- We calculated their loss as a result of being held to that contract by comparing the actual situation with a counterfactual scenario. We also analysed the way gas is bought and sold across European gas markets.
What we can offer you
You will have the opportunity to apply your intellect and analytical skills to challenging economic, financial and business issues across many different industries.
- Our graduates play a key role throughout each of our projects, collaborating with team members on project design, performing research and analysis, and developing insights and conclusions.
- You will be supported through professional qualifications to become a Chartered Accountant (ACA) or a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). In addition, we have a comprehensive in-house learning and development programme.
- As you take on new responsibilities, your training will help you develop into an effective and professional consultant.
Who we are looking for
Candidates need to be highly numerate, analytical and have an inquisitive nature who are able to think independently and creatively. Candidates must have a minimum of a 2:1 degree from a top university in a quantitative subject or can demonstrate quantitative ability through other qualifications.
To apply, and for further information, please visit our website.
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