MORE ABOUT THIS JOB Associate-Intermediate-Finance/VP with Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC in New York, NY.
Work Schedule: 40 hours per week (9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS Duties: Associate-Intermediate-Finance/VP with Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC in New York, NY. Advise Financial Services companies and lead execution of transactions through thorough understanding of deliverables, timing and scope of work for clients in M&A sell- and buy-side (both U.S. and cross-border), equity, debt, private placement and other capital markets transactions in different geographies including U.S., Canada and Latin America. Evaluate balance sheets and other financial statements to model, analyze and value financial services companies. Build and review valuation analyses for financial services companies, including operating models, discounted cash flow model, ability-to-pay, merger plans, accretion / dilution, capital impact and balance sheet roll-forward analysis. Conduct valuation advisory work for clients. Build and enhance relationships with financial services companies, including banks, insurance, financial technology and private equity funds, among others, through continual dialogue, meetings and presentation of ideas, analysis and advice to senior executives and Boards of Directors. Develop client relationships with Financial Technology companies; provide advisory services and transaction execution to such clients. Expand Financial Technology client coverage in Latin America. Negotiate M&A merger contracts, non-disclosure agreements, financing and commitment term sheets and other legal documentation in the context of an advisory and capital market transaction. Lead and coordinate due diligence efforts including liaising with lawyers, accountants, and other advisors to facilitate transactions. Oversee the creation of deal-related documents including information memoranda and internal committee memoranda.
Job Requirements: Master's or Bachelor's degree (U.S. or foreign equivalent) in Finance, Business Administration or a related field. 2.5 years with Master's or 5.5 years with Bachelor's in the job offered or in a related investment banking role. Prior work experience must include 2.5 years with Masters or 5.5 years with Bachelors: Executing debt or equity financing transactions in excess of $100 million; Executing public mergers and acquisitions transactions in excess of $500 million; Leading teams of investment banking professionals, while coordinating closely with senior professionals, in advising financial services companies and executing M&A, equity and debt transactions in different regions including U.S., Canada and Latin America; Understanding roles, timing, deliverables and scope of work for advising clients in M&A and capital markets transactions; managing multiple live work streams and coordinate with lawyers, accountants, and other clients advisors to ensure smooth execution of transactions; Coordinating with product group experts including debt capital markets, principal funding & investments, leveraged finance groups, equity derivatives, and equity capital markets; Understanding the impact on regulatory capital of the implementation of Basel III framework regime in the financial systems across Latin America; Knowledge of local regulatory framework for financial technology companies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia in order to provide advice to local and foreign players in M&A, equity and debt transactions; Applying understanding of local GAAP and IFRS across accounting rules and standards across Latin America to evaluate financial institutions' income statements, cash flow statements, balance sheet and schedule of accounts to model and analyze cash flows, growth, margins, profitability, liquidity, and leverage; Developing complex presentations and dynamic financial models that incorporate corporate finance concepts, risk/return dynamics and GAAP and non-GAAP (or foreign equivalent) principles, such as Accretion / Dilution analysis, M&A, DCF, and LBO valuations, Present Value of Future Stock Price analysis, Comparable Company analysis, Precedent deal comp analysis, Analysis at Various Prices, and Cash Sweep Debt Paydown models for M&A, Equity and Debt underwriting deals, to evaluate a company's performance under various operating scenarios and to analyze the impact of different capital structures and potential mergers and acquisitions on behalf of a company; Utilizing Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel including detailed logic and finance formulas, data tables, filters, and pivot tables to reference and analyze large quantities of data and facilitate financial modeling; Presenting to clients' senior executives such as the CEO and CFO on strategic alternatives, including M&A, corporate strategy and financing alternatives; Building and maintaining client relationships; k nowledge of local network and access to local market participants and regulators in Latin America. FINRA Series 79 license required. Travel required. Spanish Fluency required.
ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.