Corporate Development & Transaction Services Analyst- New York
Organization: Corporate Functions/Finance
Location: New York, NY
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People in the Corporate Function career track contribute to the running of Accenture as a high- performance business through specialization within a specific functional area, and grow into internally focused roles by deepening their skills and/or developing new skills within an internal functional area.
Finance professionals prepare and interpret financial plans and reports, ensuring accuracy and compliance with applicable financial rules and regulations, including internal financial controls, to mitigate risk for the company. Finance professionals may also shape and execute client deals to maximize the use of Accenture's capital and resources, manage cash and/or liaise with the investor community.
CDTS Analyst -
- Working with client budgets and forecasts to create a client baseline
- Identifying costs and performing the cost buildup for an individual opportunity
- Identifying other cost saving opportunities within the deal
- Applying the agreed upon pricing methodologies
- Ensuring revenue recognition is US GAAP compliant and Accenture Policies are reflected accurately within the financial models
- With supervision, accurately assess prospective business to demonstrate impact of business on the economics of the Operating Groups
- Responsible for documenting, acquiring and maintaining all documents supporting the costing and pricing on all new opportunities, including assumptions and version control documentation
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