• Full Time
  • London
  • This position has been filled.

Phipps Cameron are partnering with a large corporate business, who are looking for an experienced Corporate Development Manager. This role is to provide support for a wide range of corporate activity including; acquisitions, disposals, partnerships and deal origination and integration undertaken by the business.


  • Assist the divisions through the full business development cycle, from identifying targets that fit strategy
  • Develop and maintain the pipeline of opportunities
  • Work effectively with divisions to develop, nurture and refine development opportunities
  • Review, analyse and assess acquisition and disposal opportunities, including producing and reviewing financial models, acquisition rationale documentation and offer letters
  • Liaise with business unit and/or shared service centre management in leading and conducting financial, commercial, legal and tax due diligence on approved transactions
  • Facilitate post acquisition financial and non-financial performance assessment and reporting to ensure synergies/value enhancement targeted pre-completion are delivered post acquisition
  • Liaise with business units and all relevant group functions to prepare and maintain post completion checklists for each acquisition
  • Assist the Corporate Development Director in the preparation of relevant data for Board reports
  • Deliver ad hoc analysis and reviews of a varied nature as required
  • Liaise with Group Legal, Group Tax and Group Finance departments and external professionals advisors as required

Required Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Experience of working within a Corporate Development either inhouse or from investment banking.
  • Flexible and comfortable in a continuously changing, growing environment
  • Self-starter with ability to work on own initiative
  • Results and achievement oriented to high standards – pays attention to detail
  • Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multi task and prioritise work load
  • Fast and responsive – working to tight deadlines
  • Proven communication and interpersonal skills to all levels including Senior Management Team members
  • Team player, maintaining close working relationships with relevant colleagues of the business in order to achieve objectives
  • Highly analytical with strong numeration skills
  • IT confident with excellent spreadsheet and financial modelling skills
  • Ability to listen and willingness to take on new ideas

Salary: £85,000 + Benefits