Infrastructure Analyst (15249514/001) London, England

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This Top Tier Investment Bank is looking for an Infrastructure Analyst to assist in the origination and execution of advisory and arranging mandates within the London Energy & Infrastructure team with a particular focus on financial analysis, financial modelling and structuring in Transportation (airport, port, toll road, rail) and regulated utilities. When executing an M&A transaction from a debt perspective, to provide advice on all aspects including valuation, debt structuring, business plan, and process management.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Develop specific knowledge in the infrastructure and energy sector and be aware of trends and business opportunities including regulatory risk
- Acquire and or develop knowledge in credit markets (loans and bonds) for the infrastructure and energy sector. Be familiar with financial structures and credit rating applicable for the sector
- Undertake research analysis into industry sectors as required including airlines, airport & port operators, toll roads, train leasing companies, and regulated utilities
- Involved in the preparation of the credit proposal. Ensure that the credit proposal expresses risks in a comprehensive, succinct and clear manner.
- Ensure that a detailed and exhaustive financial analysis (cash flow models and sensitivities) is provided.
- Writing sections of the credit memo explaining the market, company, financing structure and historical and projected financials
- Actively participate from the origination to the closing of the transaction by assisting the Deal Captain in charge on any aspects related to the transaction including inter alia the production of financial analysis, valuation, term sheets negotiation and performing due diligence
- Create and or update financial models to produce sensitivities and interpret cash flow projections to determine credit risk and acceptable debt sizing / valuation range
- Assist the Portfolio Manager for specific projects in the Portfolio by performing annual reviews and submitting waiver request if required

The successful candidate is likely to have:
• Strong academic record, by preference Master in Engineering, Economics or Finance preferred
• Strong Financial modelling Skills
• Previous work experience related to credit structuring/analysis or experience in Investment Banking / Structured Finance or similar front office environment
• Excellent quantitative and analytical skills
• Commercial knowledge of capital markets
• Proficient in English and a second European language a plus

If you are interested in the role and feel you are suitable please submit your CV.