Cameron  Waugh

Cameron Waugh

Analyst

Masters (Accounting & Finance) (Perth), B Com (Business Law) (Perth), Chartered Accountant (ICAA) (Australia) 

Masters (Accounting & Finance) (Perth), B Com (Business Law) (Perth), Chartered Accountant (ICAA) (Australia) 
Cameron joined EMR Capital having previously worked in the energy and natural resources sector within KPMG’s Metals & Mining M&A Advisory team in Perth, Australia.
During his time with KPMG M&A, Cameron focussed on a number of power & utilities, and metals & mining transactions both in Australia and internationally. Cameron’s role included preparing key financial analysis, conducting due diligence and preparing board and investment papers on various global mining opportunities across a broad selection of commodities and stages of development. 
Cameron’s experience includes advising private equity clients and publicly listed companies across mergers, buy-side, sell-side and capital raising transactions together with general corporate advisory mandates.
Cameron is qualified Chartered Accountant (Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia) with a Masters (Accounting & Finance) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Business Law).

Cameron joined EMR Capital having previously worked in the energy and natural resources sector within KPMG’s Metals & Mining M&A Advisory team in Perth, Australia.

During his time with KPMG M&A, Cameron focussed on a number of power & utilities, and metals & mining transactions both in Australia and internationally. Cameron’s role included preparing key financial analysis, conducting due diligence and preparing board and investment papers on various global mining opportunities across a broad selection of commodities and stages of development. 

Cameron’s experience includes advising private equity clients and publicly listed companies across mergers, buy-side, sell-side and capital raising transactions together with general corporate advisory mandates.

Cameron is qualified Chartered Accountant (Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia) with a Masters (Accounting & Finance) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Business Law).