Equinix is the world’s digital infrastructure company, operating 200+ data centers across the globe and providing interconnections to all the key clouds and networks. Businesses need one place to simplify and bring together fragmented, complex infrastructure that spans private and public cloud environments. Our global platform allows customers to place infrastructure wherever they need it and connect it to everything they need to succeed.
We are a fast-growing global company with 70+ consecutive quarters of growth. Through our innovative portfolio of high-performance products and services, we have created the largest, most active global ecosystem of nearly 10,000 companies, including 1,800+ networks and 2,900+ cloud and IT service providers in over 26 countries spanning five continents.
A career at Equinix means you will collaborate on work that impacts the world and be surrounded by endless opportunities to learn new skills and grow in varied directions. We embrace diversity in thought and contribution and are committed to providing an equitable work environment that is foundational to our core values as a company and is vital to our success.
Job Summary: The M&A Finance Manager will be part of a lean, highly visible and high-impact team. The individual will be involved in managing and supporting many aspects of the Company’s global M&A processes, with a focus on financial due diligence and managing the sign-to-close activities.
This critical role will ensure the delivery of high quality financial and non- financial information to enable key decision making for specific transactions the Company is assessing. You will interact regularly with Corporate Development and other stakeholders within and outside of Finance to ensure the seamless execution and close of M&A transactions.
We know how important it is to be a team that supports your growth and the future of your career, and we believe our culture cultivates innovation, challenge and opportunity.
In-depth knowledge to support and manage financial due diligence process, this will include but not limited to managing external consultants.
Review and analyze deal models to ensure assumptions align with Company’s assumptions for the deal and identify deal risks (financial and non-financial).
Provide finance support for other complex transactions including earn-out arrangements, asset impairments, real-estate, and leasing transactions.
Project management support including preparation of project plans, status update decks, and issues trackers.
Cultivate and build strong, productive working relationships with all stakeholders within Finance (e.g., Controllership, Treasury, Tax, Risk, etc.) and outside of Finance (e.g., Corporate Development, FP&A, Legal, etc.) as well as with the Target to manage M&A transactions throughout the entire deal lifecycle.
Assist with other strategic projects as necessary including Joint Ventures (JVs), divestitures, etc.
Prepare presentations and other deliverables to key stakeholders to enable key decision making.
Assist with other workstreams within M&A Finance on an as-needed basis (e.g., valuation and PPA, coordinating audit support for M&A activities, etc.).
Bachelor's degree and CPA qualification preferred.
5-8 years of total finance and accounting experience preferred, with a minimum of 3-5 years working within the transaction advisory group of a Big 4 (or equivalent) with emphasis on financial due diligence; exposure with valuation and PPA would be a plus but not required.
In-depth understanding of quality of earnings, debt and debt-like items, and net working capital analysis.
Strong project management, planning, and organization skills, including the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment; ability to lead and navigate through ambiguity.
Aptitude for analytical and numerical analysis with high intellectual curiosity.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to concisely convey complex details to a broad audience.
Hands on, can do attitude, results orientated, highly organized and a team player.
Equinix is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
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