Armanino LLP’s Valuation Practice assists start-ups, private and public companies, as well as venture capital firms with business valuation services. Armanino’s valuation team has a track record of delivering industry leading expertise and value to clients, across a wide range of industries and valuation assignments. We are looking to add to our dynamic team in the one of the following locations: Bay Area, Los Angeles, or Irvine (California), Dallas or Austin (Texas), Seattle, Washington, or Denver, Colorado.
WHAT YOU'LL DO
As a Manager, you will be an integral part of a rapidly growing practice within the Armanino consulting department. We are a close-knit team that works with private and public companies, across the technology, professional services, and life science industries amongst others. You will manage client engagements related to valuations, review the work of team members, and engage in face-to-face discussions with our clients’ CFOs, CEOs, and other senior management about their business.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
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