KPMG’s Infrastructure Group in the UK consists of c200 professionals and is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading independent financial and business advisers in infrastructure.
We provide in-depth advice on the strategic, financial, regulatory and commercial issues driving investments in infrastructure across Transport, Power & Utilities, and Social Infrastructure in the UK and internationally.
Our work includes market and policy design, economic analysis, deal structuring and execution, as well as strategic and transaction advice to enable private and public capital to fund infrastructure.
We also work closely with other functions within KPMG to advise clients on mergers and acquisitions, valuations, tax, accounting, and due diligence.
The utilities sector is a key business area for the Infrastructure Group and encompasses work for the large clients in the sector including all of the leading UK energy and water companies.
We provide in depth strategic and technical advice on corporate finance issues, corporate financial management; regulatory finance, regulatory policy, business and financial planning, as well as other issues affecting value.
We are widely recognised by many industry stakeholders as one of the most innovative advisors influencing the future of the sector.
Our business is expanding rapidly and is looking for a high-quality candidate to support our Power & Utilities business, with a focus on the energy networks sector.
You would be joining the leading provider of strategic economic consultancy services in the utilities sector.
While you will have specific responsibilities for contributing towards the team’s energy networks business, there will also be opportunities to work in other sectors, primarily water.
Working closely with sector and subject matter experts you will develop to become the go to’ person for economic advice on energy network regulation.
This will involve developing an in-depth understanding of Ofgem’s RIIO price controls and its wider regulatory framework.
You will build relationships with key clients across the sector, as well as with other advisors (e.g. legal and engineering).
The projects that you will advise on will be high profile and varied. For example, in recent years we have advised nearly every network company on their price control reviews, been the lead advisor on several CMA appeals, and advised on major transactions within the sector.
We have the skills and capabilities to be involved in every major development within the sector.
There is no typical project’. You will need to apply a structured strategic approach to problem solving, drawing on established economic principles, while having the capacity to think creatively.
The work will include a combination of report drafting, economic analysis, and engaging with clients.
You will need to be comfortable managing, coaching, and mentoring junior staff on specific projects.
We are looking for someone who is passionate to learn and develop in the sector, while taking responsibility for the quality of deliverables produced.
You will have experience in the utilities sector, in the industry or at a regulator, or as a consultant ideally with energy networks experience.
You will have knowledge either of the regulatory frameworks for utility companies, micro-economics, or finance (ideally all three).
You will bring excellent report writing, Excel and PowerPoint skills strong writing and quantitative skills are a must.
You will be comfortable and / or experienced in presenting to clients.
Be a highly motivated, ambitious self-starter, willing to take advantages of the opportunities this position offers.