Peter is an Associate with nearly 4 years of experience working in a range of roles such as M&A, liquidity management, process improvement and FP&A support. Peter has performed buy-side and sell-side financial due diligence, built 13-week cash flow models, supported the FP&A function utilizing data analytic skills and helped reorganize FP&A functions.
Since joining Accordion, Peter has helped clients manage liquidity through the use of 13-week cash flow and additional forecasting models. His data organization skills have allowed him to bring into focus time sensitive margin and revenue issues brought on by disparate and unorganized reporting tools. He has also helped reorganize a global finance and accounting function to become nimbler and more flexible during organizational changes at the business
Before joining Accordion, Peter spent 3 years with PwC in the financial due diligence group performing buy-side and sell-side financial due diligence for corporate and private equity clients with a primary focus on understanding the recurring cash flows, adjusted EBITDA and working capital of target businesses. His work included conducting quality of earnings analyses by identifying non-recurring and unusual revenue sources and estimating run-rate adjustments to build out historical models. In addition, Peter evaluated working capital and identified debt-like items on merger agreements to accurately calculate enterprise value. His experience ranges from private transactions to cross-border engagements to IPOs in a multitude of industries.
Peter’s work experience has been primarily focused in the private equity space and has touched numerous industries such as technology, manufacturing, retail, real estate, agriculture, construction and healthcare. In addition to his deal work, Peter was selected to instruct fellow team members in technology skills including Excel, PowerQuery, PowerPivot, and Alteryx.
Peter graduated from Baylor University with a Masters of Accountancy degree and is a CPA in the state of New York.
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