EY’s Transactions teams work with the world’s largest organisations, fastest growing companies, and private equity firms on some of the biggest and most complex cross-border engagements in the global market.
Hear from Rozalie about her day to day role in Transactions.
What areas of Transactions can I work in?
You have the opportunity to work within Restructuring. Scroll through our video above to see how one of our current UKI apprentices describes their role within Transactions.
Working in the UK & I
In the UK and Ireland, our teams play a crucial role in helping clients buy, sell and merge with other organisations. Working with senior executives, lawyers, finance professionals, and other professionals, EY help clients make better and more informed decisions about how they manage capital and transactions in a changing world. They also look to ensure a business’ competitiveness for the long term by helping clients raise, preserve, invest and optimise their capital.
You’ll be helping our broad range of clients see how their businesses could succeed in the future and then work with them to make it a reality
Skills & Attributes
Enthusiastic, highly driven and motivated problem-solvers, with strong analytical skills, together with the ability to interact with management teams. Feeling comfortable working in a challenging and confidential environment is also essential.
If you're based in England you will complete the CFAB qualification leading to a full qualification through ICAEW. In Scotland, you will complete your professional qualification through ICAS.
Please note, we are currently closed for applications in all locations for September 2018 start.
Register your interest now for 2019 opportunities.
FIVE THINGS I WISH I'D KNOWN ABOUT TRANSACTIONS
There's so much about Transactions that isn't about money. It covers the full gamut of human emotion when you're dealing with the births, marriages and deaths of companies.
STORIES FROM THE FRONT
What do recent apprentices who are now working in Transactions say about their journeys and the every day practice?
Gabby - Transactions, London
What has Gabby's journey been like since she decided that £50,000 of student debt was something she didn't want.Watch now
Josh - Corporate Finance, London
For Josh, it's not just about the adrenaline - it's about the people.Find out more