I'm looking for

Search results for "Europe, Middle-East & Africa (EMA)"

Experienced Professional

Competition Economics Manager

Location: London

Service Line: Forensic

View role

Experienced Professional

Financial Economics Assistant Manager

Location: London

Service Line: Forensic

View role

Experienced Professional

Economics Analyst

Location: London

Service Line: Forensic

View role

Experienced Professional

Financial Economics Manager

Location: London

Service Line: Forensic

View role

Experienced Professional

Competition Economics Assistant Manager

Location: London

Service Line: Forensic

View role

Experienced Professional

Director - MPA Commercial Assurance, Advisory & Forensic

Location: London

Service Line: Corporate Finance

View role

Competition Economics Manager

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Full Time


The Team

KPMG UK’s Economics team, centred in the London office, is made up of around 30 Economists, who apply economic theory and quantitative techniques to real world problems, helping corporate and public sector bodies understand markets and improve their decision making.

The team’s activities cover a range of practices that include competition economics, applied microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, and financial economics. As part of the competition economics practice, our economists advise on a range of issues including UK and EU merger investigations, market inquiries, litigation and state aid. Examples of recent work carried out by the team include advising the European Commission on the Google Shopping abuse of dominance case, a major cartel damages dispute, advising on regulatory price control appeals in the water sector, and several UK and EU merger investigations.

Economists at KPMG often work closely with academic advisers on client projects and research. They also collaborate closely with KPMG colleagues in other parts of the UK firm, for example Data Analytics, Disputes, Deal Advisory and Tax. The team frequently collaborates with other member firms within the KPMG network, including several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia and North America.

The Role
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Economics team as a Manager with a focus on competition economics.

Responsibilities:
• Be a key member of our successful team, delivering high quality economic analysis and advice to our clients.
• Manage projects on a day to day basis, including scoping, resourcing, budget monitoring, analysis, report writing and client interaction.
• Provide coaching and training to other team members.
• Support business development and practice development activities within the team.
• Clearly and effectively communicate economic concepts and findings to non-economist audiences, verbally and in writing.

The Person

Qualifications and skills:
• MA/MSc/MPhil or above in Economics.
• Significant experience of applying economic analysis either in consulting or in the public sector.
• Expertise in at least one of the following areas of work: competition economics, industrial organisation, regulatory economics, microeconometrics.
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
• An ability to explain complex economics clearly and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situations.
• Experience and/or qualifications in quantitative techniques/econometrics and the handling of large datasets desirable.
• Knowledge of programming languages such as R, Stata or others is desirable.

Financial Economics Assistant Manager

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time


The Team

KPMG UK’s Economics team, centred in the London office, is made up of around 30 Economists, who apply economic theory and quantitative techniques to real world problems, helping corporate and public sector bodies understand markets and improve their decision making.

The team’s activities cover a range of practices that include financial economics, competition economics, applied microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics. As part of the competition economics practice, our economists advise on a range of issues including UK and EU merger investigations, market inquiries, litigation and state aid. Examples of recent work carried out by the team include advising the European Commission on the Google Shopping abuse of dominance case, a major cartel damages dispute, advising on regulatory price control appeals in the water sector, and several UK and EU merger investigations.

Economists at KPMG often work closely with academic advisers on client projects and research. They also collaborate closely with KPMG colleagues in other parts of the UK firm, for example Data Analytics, Disputes, Deal Advisory and Tax. The team frequently collaborates with other member firms within the KPMG network, including several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia and North America.

The Role
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Economics team as an Assistant Manager with a focus in financial economics.

Responsibilities:
• Be a key member of our successful team, delivering high quality economic advice to our clients.
• Support our clients in cases covering financial economics, regulatory finance and accounting topics. Specifically, this may involve preparing information requests, data collection, preparation and analysis, industry research, literature reviews and drafting of client deliverables.
• Support business development and practice development activities within the team.
• Clearly and effectively communicate economic concepts and findings to non-economist audiences, verbally and in writing.
• Help to manage projects on a day to day basis, including client interaction.

The Person

Qualifications and skills:
• MA/MSc/MPhil or above in Economics. Candidates without a masters (or above) in economics but who hold a CFA (or other similar professional qualification) with strong relevant professional experience will also be considered
• Experience of financial analysis in a regulated sector e.g. telecoms, transport, energy, water, aviation, post.
• Expertise in at least one of the following areas of work: economic profitability analysis including economic asset valuation, cost of capital, price control modelling, network modelling, cost allocation processes etc.
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
• An ability to work as part of a team, towards tight deadlines, and a keen willingness to learn.
• An ability to explain complex economics clearly and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situations.
• Experience and/or qualifications in quantitative techniques/econometrics and the handling of large datasets desirable.
• Experience of regulatory processes – consultations, investigations, disputes and appeals – is desirable
• Knowledge of programming languages such as R, Stata or others is desirable.
• Professional accounting qualification and/or CFA is desirable.

Economics Analyst

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Junior Professional

Employment type: Full Time


Job Description









KPMG UK’s Economics team, centred in the London office, is made up of around 30 Economists, who apply economic theory and quantitative techniques to real world problems, helping corporate and public sector bodies understand markets and improve their decision making.








The team’s activities cover a range of practices that include competition economics, applied microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, and financial economics. The team works in a range of sectors including financial services, technology, healthcare, retail, telecoms, energy, transport and water. Examples of recent work carried out by the team include advising the European Commission on the Google Shopping abuse of dominance case, a cartel damages dispute, an impact assessment for a large retailer in the UK, providing macro-economic forecasting and scenarios to large banks, advising on regulatory price control appeals in the water sector, and advising on UK and EU merger investigations.








Economists at KPMG often work closely with academic advisers on client projects and research. They also collaborate closely with KPMG colleagues in other parts of the UK firm, for example Data Analytics, Disputes, Deal Advisory or Tax. The team frequently collaborates with other member firms within the KPMG network, including several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia and North America.









The Role






We are looking for highly motivated individuals with a focus in competition economics or regulatory finance to join our team as Analysts.








Responsibilities:





• Be a key member of our successful team, delivering high quality economic advice to our clients.




• Prepare quantitative and qualitative evidence to provide insight and value to our clients. Examples of this work include preparing information requests, data collection, preparation and analysis, industry research, literature reviews and drafting of client deliverables.




• Support business development and practice development activities within the team.




• Clearly and effectively communicate economic concepts and findings to non-economist audiences, verbally and in writing.












The Person










Qualifications and skills:





• MA/MSc/MPhil or above in Economics. We are interested in a range of economics backgrounds, but a quantitative econometrics and/ or economic theory focus, either in micro or macro-economics, is desirable.




• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.




• An ability to work as part of a team, towards tight deadlines, and a keen willingness to learn.




• An ability to explain complex economics clearly, and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situations.




• Experience and/or qualifications in quantitative techniques/econometrics and the handling of large datasets desirable.




• Knowledge of programming languages such as R, Stata or others is desirable.

Please submit both a CV and cover letter outlining your relevant academic modules and any practical exposure, and summarising the topics of your thesis if applicable - This helps us assess the right part of the Economics team for you to join.







Financial Economics Manager

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Manager

Employment type: Full Time


The Team

KPMG UK’s Economics team, centred in the London office, is made up of around 30 Economists, who apply economic theory and quantitative techniques to real world problems, helping corporate and public sector bodies understand markets and improve their decision making.

The team’s activities cover a range of practices that include financial economics, competition economics, applied microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics. As part of the competition economics practice, our economists advise on a range of issues including UK and EU merger investigations, market inquiries, litigation and state aid. Examples of recent work carried out by the team include advising the European Commission on the Google Shopping abuse of dominance case, a major cartel damages dispute, advising on regulatory price control appeals in the water sector, and several UK and EU merger investigations.

Economists at KPMG often work closely with academic advisers on client projects and research. They also collaborate closely with KPMG colleagues in other parts of the UK firm, for example Data Analytics, Disputes, Deal Advisory and Tax. The team frequently collaborates with other member firms within the KPMG network, including several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia and North America.

The Role
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Economics team as a Manager with a focus in financial economics.

Responsibilities:
• Be a key member of our successful team, delivering high quality economic analysis and advice to our clients.
• Manage projects on a day to day basis, including scoping, resourcing, budget monitoring, analysis, report writing and client interaction.
• Provide coaching and training to other team members.
• Support business development and practice development activities within the team.
• Clearly and effectively communicate economic concepts and findings to non-economist audiences, verbally and in writing.

The Person

Qualifications and skills:
• MA/MSc/MPhil or above in Economics. Candidates without a masters (or above) in economics but who hold a CFA (or other similar professional qualification) with strong relevant professional experience will also be considered
• Experience of financial analysis in a regulated sector e.g. telecoms, transport, energy, water, aviation, post.
• Expertise in at least one of the following areas of work: economic profitability analysis including economic asset valuation, cost of capital, price control modelling, network modelling, cost allocation processes etc.
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
• An ability to explain complex economics clearly and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situations.
• Experience and/or qualifications in quantitative techniques/econometrics and the handling of large datasets desirable.
• Experience of regulatory processes – consultations, investigations, disputes and appeals – is desirable
• Knowledge of programming languages such as R, Stata or others is desirable.
• Professional accounting qualification and/or CFA is desirable.


Competition Economics Assistant Manager

Location: London

Capability: Risk Consulting

Service line: Forensic

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time



The Team
KPMG UK’s Economics team, centred in the London office, is made up of around 30 Economists, who apply economic theory and quantitative techniques to real world problems, helping corporate and public sector bodies understand markets and improve their decision making.

The team’s activities cover a range of practices that include competition economics, applied microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, and financial economics. As part of the competition economics practice, our economists advise on a range of issues including UK and EU merger investigations, market inquiries, litigation and state aid. Examples of recent work carried out by the team include advising the European Commission on the Google Shopping abuse of dominance case, a major cartel damages dispute, advising on regulatory price control appeals in the water sector, and several UK and EU merger investigations.

Economists at KPMG often work closely with academic advisers on client projects and research. They also collaborate closely with KPMG colleagues in other parts of the UK firm, for example Data Analytics, Disputes, Deal Advisory and Tax. The team frequently collaborates with other member firms within the KPMG network, including several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia and North America.

The Role
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Economics team as an Assistant Manager with a focus on competition economics.

Responsibilities:
• Be a key member of our successful team, delivering high quality economic advice to our clients.
• Support our clients in cases covering competition and related microeconomics work. Specifically, this may involve preparing information requests, data collection, preparation and analysis, industry research, literature reviews and drafting of client deliverables.
• Support business development and practice development activities within the team.
• Clearly and effectively communicate economic concepts and findings to non-economist audiences, verbally and in writing.
• Help to manage projects on a day to day basis, including client interaction.

The Person

Qualifications and skills:
• MA/MSc/MPhil or above in Economics.
• Experience of applying economic analysis either in consulting or in the public sector.
• Expertise in at least one of the following areas of work: competition economics, industrial organisation, regulatory economics, microeconometrics.
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
• An ability to work as part of a team, towards tight deadlines, and a keen willingness to learn.
• An ability to explain complex economics clearly and apply economic concepts and techniques to real world situations.
• Experience and/or qualifications in quantitative techniques/econometrics and the handling of large datasets desirable.
• Knowledge of programming languages such as R, Stata or others is desirable.

Director - MPA Commercial Assurance, Advisory & Forensic

Location: London

Capability: Deal Advisory

Service line: Corporate Finance

Experience level: Director

Employment type: Full Time



The Team
The Major Projects Advisory practice is a global practice within KPMG, with practices in the UK, USA, Australia, South Africa, India and the Middle East. The UK practice is well-established with a team of circa 50 people who work occasionally on overseas assignments.
The UK MPA Team sit across three locations - London, Manchester and Birmingham. For this role you will be working from our London office in Canary Wharf but will need to frequently travel to client locations throughout the UK and occasionally overseas.

Our focus is on major infrastructure projects for public and private sector clients in particular in the following sectors:
- Transportation
- Natural resources
- Power and utilities
- Oil, gas and process engineering
- Defence

Role and Responsibilities
The role is for a forensic accountant who, ideally, is also either a Quantity Surveyor or an Engineer and who must have a good level of experience and understanding of the commercial management of major construction / infrastructure projects as well as experience of having practised as a forensic accountant in a Big 4 accountancy firm or similar.
You must be able to take responsibility for identifying, pursuing and converting opportunities, leading and delivery of assignments for clients.
You will be agreeing appropriate scopes of work, commercial arrangements, and ensuring the appropriate high quality of our deliverables which will include effective oversight of team members, the execution of assignments and review of work products.
You will be working with colleagues to provide advice to or conduct project reviews for clients who may be project owners or contractors.
Reviews may be focused around identifying whether projects are likely to be delivered to schedule and budget or to establish causative reasons for poorer than expected project performance or advisory assignments around leveraging good practice.
Assignments will also involve the review of processes and controls and advising on specific aspects of commercial management of contracts.

Qualifications & Skills
- An accountancy qualification coupled with forensic accounting experience
- A deep understanding of the issues that impact project performance
- Ability to quickly assess new situations and data to provide a basis for developing an understanding of the causative issues.
- Ability to set out a clear approach to taking on a new project issue in the most efficient manner
- Effective stakeholder management skills and demonstrable people leadership qualities
- An analytical approach to problem solving
- Capable of articulating effective solutions to project issues based on own knowledge and experience.
- Clear, concise, fact-based report writing and strong presenting skills
- Understanding of standard industry contractual forms
- Preferably achieved RICS professional qualification or similar engineering qualification;
- Competent in producing and assessing project commercial reports

Experience and Background
- Project management
- Estimating
- Earned value management
- Risk management
- Programme management
- Claims, disputes, dispute avoidance

Search and apply

Let your curiosity guide you. Search and apply to our open opportunities.

Student community

Join our student community to stay up to date with programmes.

Back to top