- Business Development
- Financial Modeling
- Financial Planning
- Project Finance
- transaction processing
Asia-Pacific Transaction Advisory Centre - Infrastructure Advisory - Various Positions
Location: CN-Hong Kong
Our Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) team works with clients to manage their capital agenda to drive competitive advantage and increased returns. As part of a global team of 10,000 professionals in 100 countries you will advise clients on preserving, optimizing, raising or investing capital. Major groups (or, as we call them, sub-service lines and competencies) within TAS include Mergers and Acquisition Services, Project Finance, Restructuring Services, Operational Transaction Services, Transaction Support, Transaction Tax, and Valuation and Business Modeling.
Our Project Finance and Infrastructure team advises clients on financial, procurement, strategic and public-private partnerships issues for large-scale infrastructure projects and programs. Join this team and you will help provide support to our clients from the earliest stages of analysis project evaluation to procurement, financial close, construction and operations. You will assist our clients in devising and comparing financial plans and delivery approaches for projects that involve public, federal or private financing; project revenues; and/or grants – and provide support to our clients in their implementation of those plans.
Asia-Pacific Transaction Advisory Centre (APTAC)
The APTAC will play a critical role in enhancing the level of business acumen applied to flagship pursuits within TAS Asia-Pacific, boosting Regions’ go to market efforts in strategic sectors for Asia-Pacific TAS (GPS Infrastructure, Power & Utilities, Oil & Gas and Financial Services) and in strategic solutions such as corporate finance strategy, decision support analytics, turnaround and distressed advisory.
The focus of the APTAC will be to build market leading, sector led deals and capital transformation origination capability for priority sectors. It will be an incubation for emerging services and will house specialist delivery capability.
While the role of the APTAC will be on origination of deals, delivery may be led either within the APTAC for specialist services, or geographically. A key measure of success will be the ability to work with the regions to leverage existing capability across geographies.
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