Investment Banking: Junior Analyst Trainee ( Summer Intern) – Mergers & Acquisitions division
Since this is a boutique firm, your role will be far more interesting than the usual Investment banking Analyst role as you get more exposure to the business and more responsibility at an early stage of career.
Probable date of Joining:
1st week of April 2018
- Telephonic round
- Case study
- One-on-One with Manager
- Last round interview with Partner
Research and Analysis
In-depth research and analysis on companies or individuals. The research and analysis must be extensive so you can produce a report, which offers ideas or solutions for the diversification or enhancement of the portfolios. As an analyst, you may also have to make important investment decisions using the data from your research.
Analyzing & Monitoring Finances
Analyst needs to keep a close eye on the finances of the organization. The role involves analyzing cash flow and other account statements. While monitoring finances, you make projections of the organization’s financial statements. You're also responsible for valuation analyses, which make use of several methodologies such as DCF, Comparable, financial ratios,etc.
As an investment banking analyst, you're the link between attorneys, investment bankers and clients. You need to prepare for calls or conference meetings with clients. Customers need the expertise of a security analyst when undertaking prospective or actual transactions. It's your duty to analyze the requisite data to help your company provide prospective or current corporate clients with the necessary advice pertaining to these transactions. Your input is also important in identifying prospective debt and credit opportunities.
Pitch Books/Proposal/Executive Summary/ Information memorandum Compilation
Using presentation software such as PowerPoint, you compile pitch books to assist in securing deals with prospective clients. You incorporate comprehensive analysis of investment options and any proposals for the client that are in line with his strategic goals. The pitch book also includes a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis as well as a profile of our clients and our bank.
Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Power Point, Word.
Should have completed or pursuing CFA course.
Financial Modeling, Valuation using all methodologies.
Language: English Fluency, Arabic is a plus.
We would like to see your English scores in any of the competitive exams.
GCC market knowledge is a must.
Since you will be a trainee and a fresher, you are expected to go that extra mile to get on-boarded soon.
We work 5 days a week.
Post training completion, if the performance is satisfactory, the candidate would receive a pre-placement offer.
If you are the kind of person who is extremely curious, willingness to learn and grow, always taking initiatives, has polished communication skills and of course very comfortable in dealing with numbers – this is the place for you !