If asked "why M&A at Results?" any Analyst and Associate will tell you there are great early opportunities for client exposure and stakeholder management, that they do something different and face new interesting challenges every day.
As an aspiring M&A candidate, you are likely to be working on deals as soon as you join the firm. Working closely with a VP or Director and Partner in a deal team, you'll take responsibility for supporting all elements of the deal process as well as managing workstreams on your own. This role contributes significantly towards deal success. We value strong analytical capabilities, excellent communication, drive and determination as well as the ability to work as part of our team.
For our healthcare team, we look for good life sciences academics as well as a demonstrable interest in M&A.
To apply for any of the advertised below please click 'apply' and attach your CV and a cover letter outlining your interest in the opportunity.
As an Analyst you are likely to be working on deals immediately. Working closely with a VP or Director and Partner in a deal team, you’ll take responsibility for supporting all elements of the deal process as well as managing work streams on your own…
As an Associate in the team, you will already have honed your M&A skills in a similar environment, and want to gain or develop a sector specialisation, or you may wish to get into M&A, having had good exposure and experience either in transaction services or in-house. Either way, a boutique advisory firm is your planned next step.
This position provides an opportunity to develop analytical, financial, and execution skills, while getting real client exposure. This Analyst will work directly with Partners of the firm in New York and will also support the team in London.
Life before Results My M&A career started as a summer intern at Goldman’s. I then joined them and spent four years as an Analyst and then Associate. The biggest deal I worked on was the Telefonica O2 deal in the early 2000’s. My contribution was taxi’ing all the documents from Partner to Partner for signature […]
Life before Results I always wanted to work in Finance – I used to watch all the films like Wall St so I managed to get to LSE to study and then into the graduate programme at Bear Stearns, luckily leaving before the bad days. It was a while before I got into the healthcare […]
Life before Results Being brought up in the Midlands (of the UK) meant I got stuck into every activity going; from ballet and ballroom to every sport you might mention. At school I had more of a knack for the sciences and chose to do a Bachelor’s degree in Genetics. I soon figured the lab […]
Life before Results Growing up in a little town on the Suffolk and Essex border my favourite activity was dancing – anything from tap to ballet to acro – see later. At school and in life my main interests centred around humanities; people and society so studying Sociology and Anthropology was a great choice for […]
Life before Results Early years in Huenxe, a small town near Dusseldorf, was followed by a very science focussed academic route. Deciding a lab wasn’t for me though, despite completing my PhD, didn’t take too long and I became increasingly keen on combining science with something more commercial so applied to Results and have never […]