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The purpose of this role is to help with the delivery of the strategic change activities required to take the Audit Emerging Issues Group (EIG) to the next level in the UK and more widely across Deloitte North South Europe.
One of the key activities will be to broaden the skillset of both the central Emerging Issues Group team and our audit partners, directors and manager to include a greater understanding of market signals and greater awareness of fraud risks. There are a variety of external indicators (e.g. short selling, adverse analyst reports, media investigations) that auditors can use to highlight concerns of business health years in advance of potential issues becoming well known. This role will help the audit teams to make better use of the information and resources available to spot these potential issues more quickly.
The Senior Equity Analyst will work directly with the EIG Partner and Director team to help deliver our strategic change activities in this area.
These activities are likely to include:
• Support the development of core EIG activities through working with the team to:
o Identify new financial data sources for EIG to monitor to help identify ‘red flags’ and ‘external
o Provide training for the EIG team to help understand and interpret markets data (
o Establish new processes to monitor and interpret analyst reports
o Assist with in depth risk sensing analysis where we have significant concerns regarding an
entity or for significant new potential audit opportunities
• Engage with the audit partner group, through presentations and where appropriate individual discussions, to help them bring an ‘analyst’ mind-set to the audit risk assessment process and identification of fraud risks
• Provide input into and potentially assist with delivery of fraud training for auditors
Your work, your choice
At Deloitte we believe the best impact is the value we add, not the hours we sit at our desk. We carefully consider agile ways of working, both formal and informal, that allow for the best impact for our people and businesses. Please speak to your recruiter about the working pattern that works best for you.
Location: We can be flexible on which UK location this role will be based, however the individual will be required to travel to London and possibly Cardiff for meetings.
Work pattern: This is an 18 month fixed-term contract opportunity. The role can be worked on a full time or part-time basis.
Your professional experience
• Experienced professional analyst with experience of working at a leading analyst firm or bank
• Experience of researching/analysing a variety of industry sectors across both corporate financial services a
• Awareness of audit, current challenges in the profession (e.g. Audit Product of the Future and the ‘Brydon’ review)
• Effective presentation, communication and team work skills both with partners and less experienced people in the EIG team
• In-depth knowledge of specific sectors
• Accountancy qualification (ACA, ACCA or equivalent)
• Experience of working in some of the larger geographies applicable to Deloitte’s North South Europe coverage
Your service line: Audit & Assurance
In an industry best known for looking back, Deloitte looks beyond.
Our Audit & Assurance team understand the most important decisions are the ones we are yet to make. Crafting the future in an informed and clear-sighted way means understanding current conditions, as well as the trends that are shaping tomorrow. That is why we use our expertise in audit to show where things stand now, and to help inform the next step.
Innovation is the key, underpinned by audit quality. You will be joining a diverse team of experts capable of delivering meaningful and durable change for both our stakeholders.
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