Code de référence:  48985

M&A Associate


Bellevue, GE, CH


Richemont, l’un des leaders mondiaux dans le secteur du luxe, possède différentes Maisons spécialisées dans la joaillerie, l’horlogerie et les accessoires haut de gamme. Chaque Maison incarne fièrement une tradition de style, de qualité et d’artisanat et Richemont s’efforce de préserver l’héritage et l’identité propres à chacune d’elle. Dans le même temps, nous nous engageons à innover et à concevoir de nouveaux produits en accord avec les valeurs de nos Maisons, à travers un processus de créativité permanente.

Richemont is seeking an exceptionally motivated and talented individual to fill a position in the M&A Department. The candidate will report to the M&A Manager and will be exposed to a variety of activities that are considered strategic to the success of the business. This person will:


  • Assist the M&A team in executing key corporate development projects, including, among others, joint ventures, equity transactions, acquisitions, mergers and disposals, as well as related post-merger integration processes
  • Support the M&A team in the review of potential investment opportunities: assessment of business model and financials, valuation, preparation of investment memos to inform go/no-go decisions
  • Prepare detailed business plans (P&L, B/S, Cash Flows) when required in the context of a transaction
  • Perform valuation analysis with the relevant valuation methodologies depending on deal type and stage of target’s development
  • Perform analysis of projects return and payback period
  • Support the M&A team with dataroom management during due diligence processes
  • Coordinating internal shareholders across regions, functions and Maisons to support the integration of newly acquired businesses
  • Maintain updated databases of relevant trading and transaction comparable multiples
  • Assist the M&A team as needed to ensure preparation for important meetings, attend relevant meetings, taking minutes and documenting key outcomes and next steps


Only candidates with great flexibility, including an ability and willingness to think strategically and act tactically will be successful in this role.

Candidates with the following skills should apply:

  • Sharp, curious, willing to learn and be challenged
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously
  • Strong analytical skills, including excel modelling
  • Solid valuation and business planning skills
  • Knowledge of financial statements
  • Hard-working - candidates should have an excellent work ethic
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Ability to work with a wide spectrum of people inside and outside the firm (across different seniorities, strategic partners and consultants)
  • Highly discreet - absolute trust and confidentiality required



  • A minimum of 4 years of experience in a similar in-house Corporate Development role or in investment banks or M&A boutiques, one of the big 4 accounting firms in the “Corporate Finance/Valuation” practice or in private equity, with coverage of retail or consumer goods businesses. Exposure to the luxury goods sectors considered as a plus
  • Fluency in English. French considered as a plus
  • Excellent knowledge of Word, Excel, PPT
  • Availability to travel abroad



Geneva, Switzerland