San Francisco, CA, USA | Leading Global Professional Services Firm
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Alvarez & Marsal, a leading independent global professional services firm, specializing in providing turnaround management, performance improvement and corporate advisory services, is seeking to expand its Private Equity Performance Improvement (PEPI) – CFO Services team in various locations throughout the U.S. With more than 3,000 professionals based in 40 locations across North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America, our firm excels in problem solving and value creation.Drawing on a strong operational heritage and hands-on-approach, our professionals work closely with organizations and stakeholders to help tackle complex business issues and maximize value.We also take interim management roles (CFO, Controller, Treasurer) to lead clients through challenging times.
A&M’s Private Equity Performance Improvement Services (PEPI) practice, with offices throughout the US, focuses on serving middle market and large cap private equity firms who have engaged A&M to help improve operating results at their portfolio companies.
Our professionals are aligned with a PEPI service line to promote the development of deep functional skills & experiences and to maximize our ability to tailor solutions to solve our clients' business issues.
Our PEPI services include:
CFO Services (including interim management – CFO, Controller, Treasurer)
Merger Integration & Carve-outs
The interim CFO will support our Private Equity clientele on a national basis. The ideal candidate will have a CPA and/or MBA, and previous experience as a financial executive in the Manufacturing/Industrial/Consumer Packaged Goods industries. Prior consulting experience in a project or interim capacity is a plus.
PEPI Interim CFO:
Established track record as a CFO for PE-owned businesses with revenues in the $100 million to $1 billion range REQUIRED
Deep experience in Manufacturing/Industrial/CPG businesses REQUIRED
Leading an organization through a time-sensitive project (e.g., restructuring, carve-out or acquisition) and managing the process through to completion;
Improving the performance of a finance organization by upgrading staff skills, re-designing processes, or implementing new systems (NetSuite and MS Dynamics a plus);
Strong financial modeling experience and solid understanding of financial statements – development of 13 week cash flows is preferred; experience with Tableau and think-cell software is a plus
Proven experience building budgets, EBITDA forecasts, and cash forecasts to guide and support executive management decision making – experience with management reporting dashboards is a plus;
International treasury and currency hedging experience is a plus
Strong written, oral and analytical skills
Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills
Structured project management (time, team and work-stream’s management)
Initiative and drive
Critical thinking skills
Ability to deliver time-pressured project on-time and on-quality
Flexible and creative thinking
Client relationship building
Ability to identify key operational performance drivers, cash flow forecasting, and flexibility to support clients with a broad array of issues;
Developing findings and making strategic recommendations
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, or related field, with ten + years of previous related financial management roles, performance improvement operations consulting, accounting diligence, or restructuring experience;
MBA or other advanced degree or certification preferred (e.g., CPA, CFA, etc.);
Flexibility to travel up to 80% of the time
Existing PE relationships a plus (personal or professional)