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Accounting, Business Valuation

Business Valuation Associate
W&D Consulting, an affiliate of Warady & Davis, a top 25 Chicago CPA & Consulting firm, specializes in business valuation and consulting services.


Our Chicago business valuation experts assess and value assets on a confidential basis for closely-held business owners and high net-worth individuals and families, as well as their professional advisors, in accordance with nationally certified and recognized professional standards.


With an accurate valuation, business owners are better positioned to plan for the future, negotiate during a merger or acquisition and have easier access to investors, among other key considerations.


Associates have the opportunity to further develop a broad skillset and are responsible for performing company, industry, and market research, spreadsheet modeling, financial analysis, report writing, and participating in client discussions.


Knowledge and Skill Requirements



  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or other field that would provide a strong background for qualitative and quantitative reasoning;

  • Ideally 3-5+ years of business valuation work experience;

  • Business valuation credentials preferred (CVA, ASA or ABV)

  • Strong multi-tasking, and organizational skills;

  • Self-motivated and able to work in a deadline-driven environment;

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;

  • Strong interpersonal skills;

  • Proficient use of technology including MS Excel; and

  • Ability to interact with and gain the respect of all levels of internal and client personnel.


Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States.


W&D Consulting LLC and Warady & Davis LLP are committed to providing equal opportunities in employment. We will not discriminate between applications for reason of gender, gender identity, race, religion, color, nationality, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, age or disability.




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