We have a position available for an Investment Banking Associate in San Francisco, CA.
Our client is a boutique investment bank focused on media, telecom, IT‐enabled services and renewable energy. Their services include merger and acquisition advisory, private equity and debt placements, financial and strategic advisory, and valuations and appraisals. The firm is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, Boston, Kansas City and Boulder. In its 27‐year history, our client has closed over $16 billion of transactions. If you are interested, please apply to job #181 on our website.
Our client is looking for talented individuals to augment its existing team of Analysts and Associates in San Francisco. The successful candidates should possess initiative, integrity, enthusiasm, creativity and a strong desire to learn all facets of the business.
The Associate will continue to develop his / her transaction analysis and deal execution experience in an entrepreneurial environment. Candidate will be responsible for assisting senior members of the firm with analyzing and executing transactions, developing firm and deal strategies, and preparing presentation materials. Duties will include financial modeling, valuation analysis, market research and extensive client interaction. Responsibilities will grow quickly and commensurately with experience and abilities.
- Three to four years of investment banking experience with a large investment bank is strongly preferred
- Have earned a degree from top‐tier university with a strong background in finance and / or accounting, or other majors with strong undergraduate GPAs
- Exhibit superior analytical and problem solving abilities and have strong understanding of financial statements and experience in financial modeling (LBO, DCF, etc.)
- Demonstrate outstanding written and verbal communication skills; must be able to concisely articulate thoughts and ideas, both internally and in front of clients
- Possess solid general business acumen with common sense approach to problem solving