Citrin Cooperman is seeking a Bankruptcy and Restructuring Services (BRS) Summer 2022 Intern for the firm’s New York City office. We are a growing nationally recognized full-service accounting, tax, and consulting firm with over 1,350 partners and staff and 17 offices. The firm was founded in 1979 by Joel Cooperman and Niles Citrin and today is the 22nd largest accounting and consulting firm in the United States, and 4th among mid-Atlantic firms. Our daily mission is to help our clients “focus on what counts.” We’re driven to meet this mission by our passion for providing clients with an objective viewpoint and insightful advice on whatever challenges they bring to the table.
The BRS Summer 2022 Intern will be assisting BRS Associates and Managers on turnaround, restructuring and bankruptcy related engagements, including bankruptcy litigation matters.
The Summer Internship Program is an 8-week long program beginning in early June.
· Assist in the development of 13-week cash flow and 3 statement financial models.
· Assist with business plan review and the evaluation of strategic options to maximize value during the restructuring and turnaround process.
· Assist with the preparation of analyses related to bankruptcy litigation issues e.g. preferences, fraudulent conveyances, and solvency.
· Perform ad-hoc financial analyses and sensitivity analyses.
· Assist with the preparation of high-quality reports and presentations for clients.
· Perform detailed research using Debtwire, PACER, S&P Capital IQ, Bloomberg and other bankruptcy and restructuring related resources to identify prospects and prepare proposal materials.
· Qualified candidates will be either a junior or one year prior to graduating in an accounting, finance, economics, or a related program.
· Have the flexibility to work Monday – Friday each week.
· Have a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0.
· Have strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
· Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.