Scope and Purpose
Leading European corporate & investment bank seeking an Analyst with relevant structured finance experience to join their growing structured finance team in London that provides a broad spectrum of acquisition, bridge, hybrid and project financings across a variety of sectors (e.g. energy, infrastructure, TMT) in the EMEA region:
Assist transaction team leaders in the execution of structured finance transactions, including the credit process as well as discrete elements of the documentation, due diligence and internal processes;
Provide modelling support (building, reviewing and sensitising complex financial models) to deal team members in transactions;
Participate and support other senior members of the team in the origination and execution activities with the clients;
Take direct responsibility for the management/monitoring of a portfolio of structured finance assets (including credit reviews, waiver & amendment processing, etc.).
Produce significant sections of the credit applications, including the credit, market and technical analysis and support the other team members during the credit process;
Assist with the review & analysis of the proposed deal documentation and due diligence packages, including the preparation and follow up of the Q & A process so as to help identify and track relevant issues for the senior transaction team members;
Undertake sector specific research, prepare pitch books, draft EOIs, process RFPs, rating/pricing/benchmarking analysis, etc;
Dealing with a variety of internal stakeholders, including relationship, risk, compliance, loan administration and pricing teams to execute and coordinate the transaction process as well as other assigned commercial or administrative duties (e.g. KYC/AML etc.);
Produce periodic and ad hoc reports from the databases, as and when required, including but not limited to budgeting, forecasting reports and monthly returns information.
Degree in Accountancy, Business, Engineering, Finance or Law (a post graduate qualification is an advantage). A candidate with strong academic qualifications in other fields will also be considered subject to evidence of relevant professional experience (consultancy, auditing, target industries).
12-24 months of full time work experience gained in either a bank covering project and acquisition finance (with some experience in portfolio management being valuable), or through a relevant role in the consultancy, advisory or accountancy professions.
Fluent in spoken and written English with a good command of another European language an advantage.