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Investment Banking

Investment Banking

The investment banker profession deals with helping corporate clients manage mergers and acquisitions (M&A), or the buying, selling, and joining of companies.

Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring

Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring

While some accounting jobs focus on keeping the books organized and budget flush, and others involve auditing to see if any issues are present, an insolvency accountant only comes on board when an organization has debt that exceeds its assets.

Finance

Finance

In a properly-structured organization, the in-house finance department will plan the distribution of assets and resources in analytical and strategic roles, in order to add value to the company, while those in accounting will oversee cashflow.

Risk & Compliance (Governance)

Risk & Compliance (Governance)

Risk management professionals are vital in many industries, as they help organizations identify and analyze risks across a wide breadth of areas.

Asset/Investment Management

Asset/Investment Management

Asset managers help their clients determine which investment opportunities best suit their goals, and then handle the daily management of the assets, including buying and trading investments.

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Financial accounting duties include monitoring an organization’s spending and cash flow, preparing financial records and statements, allocating funds to specific departments or projects, conducting internal audits, and ensuring the company is compliant with all regulations.

Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting

Forensic accountants analyze and investigate financial activity.

Tax Accounting

Tax Accounting

While tax accountants certainly help their clients with filing taxes, arguably some of their most valuable and interesting work occurs when they help their clients structure their finances and transactions in a way that helps them mitigate liabilities.