Job Description Actively monitor a portfolio of project finance and infrastructure issuers, including PPP transactions across a range of infrastructure classes, including power generation, power transmission, toll roads, bridges, tunnels, ports, airports, rail, and social infrastructure. Review and assess the credit considerations of complex commercial contractual arrangements which serve as the basis for most Project Finance transactions and assess transactions under demand risk and availability risk models. Prepare and present detailed credit analysis of the individual issuers covering management strategy, construction risk, operations, competitive environment, business risk and capital structure. Provide initial rating recommendations for new issuers as well as recommend changes to ratings of existing issuers as needed to a rating committee. Publish high quality written credit research for issuers on a timely and regular basis and write more detailed issuer and industry research. Serve as a leader in the development of outreach strategies with investors, intermediaries, issuers, regulators, and other third parties, including developing and delivering thought leading presentations on credit topics affecting the infrastructure sector. Manage assigned issuer relationships with a high level of professionalism and engagement, and mentor junior members of the analytic team.
- Must have a Bachelor's degree or foreign equivalent in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or a closely related field. Masters degree a plus
- 8 to 10 years of progressively responsible corporate finance or credit ratings related experience including analyzing project finance transactions, global government owned enterprises, or global corporate infrastructure or industrial companies.
- Full term of experience must include the following: conducting complex financial analyses and applying knowledge of cash-flow lending techniques; evaluating complex commercial contractual arrangements and analyzing complex legal organizational structures, as well as evaluating new technologies affecting infrastructure; covering government owned enterprises or sub-sovereign issuers and evaluating financial statements; and working with both investment grade and speculative grade issuers.
- Knowledge of and experience working in the Canadian project finance market, including extensive experience with PPP structures in Canada will be essential for the qualified candidate.
- Fluency in French a preference
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