Associate, Oil & Gas, Corporate Finance (383168) Canada


Job Description

To provide both industry and financial research and project execution support to the Standard Chartered Oil & Gas Corporate Finance Group.
The role will include the preparation of presentations, extensive data analysis and economic modelling for both marketing initiatives and projects in the area of mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and divestitures.


Key Roles & Responsibilities

a) Assist head of SCB Oil & Gas Canada in the generation of quality "actionable" ideas for clients from throughout Asian region, manifested by substantive, well-thought-out and persuasive presentations and follow-up work.

b) Pro-active unearthing and dissemination of market and industry intelligence to help initiate business development opportunities.

c) Provide economic models that properly evaluate oil and gas projects and properties, as well as models that evaluate the financial impact of corporate mergers and/or restructurings.

d) Organize project online and physical data rooms for transactions.
e) Maintain deals databases.


a) Work responsively and collaboratively with, and readily share ideas and information with, Standard Chartered's worldwide oil and gas network, but particularly with peers in Singapore, London, Houston and Hong Kong.

b) Build understanding of merger and acquisition tactics, techniques and trends generally, and particularly as they relate to the oil and gas sector, via direct study and interaction with financial industry counterparts within and around Calgary.


Qualifications & Skills

a) Degree in Commerce / Business Economics / Finance / Engineering or equivalent degree.
b) Experience in an Investment Bank (Corporate Finance - Analyst or Associate).
c) Demonstrate strong numeracy and analytical skills.
d) Experience in economic modelling.
e) Strong communication skills.
f) Previous on-the-ground experience in an investment or commercial bank based either in Houston or Calgary is desirable.
g) Previous on-the-ground experience in Hong Kong or Beijing, particularly within an investment or commercial bank (and, even more desirable, dealing with the oil and gas industry), is preferred.


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Diversity & Inclusion

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