Monitoring Trustee Consulting Manager

10 May 2019
07 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Purpose

The role will involve project based assignments at our London office, working within the Monitoring Trustee Team.


The Monitoring Trustee team is a small, dynamic consultancy team providing companies, advisors and regulatory authorities with advice on the design, implementation and monitoring of competition remedies in merger, anti-trust and State aid cases.

Job Role

An opportunity has arisen for an individual with excellent financial analyst skills and experience of M&A transactions to work on a number of projects with our existing team of economists and lawyers.

The role will be based in London, involving some travel to meet our international clients across Europe and beyond.

As a Manager, you will be required to:

• Manage/Lead small- to large-sized and multidisciplinary engagement teams

• Assist the Monitoring Trustee partner in monitoring compliance with the remedies offered to the competition authorities, with a focus on divestment commitments, monitoring the financial performance of businesses, the sales process and assessing the proposed buyers financial resources and business plans

• Manage project execution and delivery of client engagements, making sure the project is delivered within the agreed timeline and budget

• Identify likely issues that could impact delivery and leverage Mazars network support as required

• Interact with multiple key stakeholders on a regular basis (clients, competition authorities, clients' legal and financial advisors)

• Draft regular reports to competition authorities with the assistance of more junior staff, and under the supervision of engagement partners

• Identify business development opportunities and prepare client proposals in order to contribute to meeting the Consulting team's sales budget. As a Manager the role would include leading the development of opportunities in line with key areas of development

• Assist in/lead the development of training, engagement procedures and methodologies

• Mentor, coach and develop more junior staff.

Person Specification

• Extensive experience working with in a professional services organisation, managing financial due diligence, financial advisory and/or other transaction related engagements.

• Experience in transaction advisory services or monitoring trustee services

• Strong academic background with financial qualifications such as ACA, ACCA or CFA (or equivalent)

• Experience of competition economics and competition policy would be advantageous

• Strong analytical skills including the ability to interpret data with a critical eye, generate insights and construct solutions are required.

• Flexible, self-motivated, able to perform consistently at a high level under pressure, extremely well organised with high attention to detail and an ability to work to tight deadlines, have exceptional written and verbal communications skills and be able to work both autonomously and as part of a small team.

• Experience of being in a client-facing role with an ability to build and develop relationships with all key stakeholders.

• A working knowledge of another language (German, Spanish, Chinese or other) will be advantageous.

• Strong IT skills (Excel, PowerPoint and Word)

• The ability to analyse large amounts of data


We embrace your individual strengths to capitalise on what makes you unique.

We are proud to offer a working environment where everyone is given opportunities to shine. The firm promotes an environment in which you can be yourself, grow and achieve your goals.

Whether you want to gain exposure to different types of clients, learn new skills or move nationally or internationally, Mazars offers plenty of opportunity to achieve your goals.

At Mazars we operate an agile approach to working. For us agile working means empowering and trusting our people. Empowering our people to work where, when and how they choose. And trusting our people to make the right choices for Mazars, their team and themselves to deliver the best outcome for the client. By its very nature, agile working won't look the same for everyone. Ultimately it's up to our people to decide what's right.

At Mazars diversity and inclusion are central to our values. We also recognise that being a diverse and inclusive organisation makes us stronger as a business.

We seek to attract and recruit people who reflect the diverse nature of our clients and communities, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, nationality, faith or belief, social background, age and disability. Mazars selects candidates based on skills, qualifications and experience.


We are a positively different international accountancy and advisory firm. With entrepreneurship and a desire to create value at the heart of our DNA, we differentiate ourselves by the opportunities we offer our people, our approach to working with clients and our passion for responsible business.

We are proud of our strong European heritage, our smart and sustainable growth and of the single global partnership we have built to serve clients around the world.

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