Analyst, Corporate Finance - Toronto, Canada (427275) Toronto, Canada

Job Description

This position is located in Toronto, Canada.

To assist the Associate Directors, Directors and other team members in the origination and execution of M&A transactions in the Mining & Metals sector.

Key Roles & Responsibilities

• Support senior staff on M&A transaction origination and execution in the Mining & Metals sector
• Financial modeling
• Preparation and presentation of information memoranda, pitch books, presentations, fairness opinions (including valuation), other forms of reports under the supervision of Associate Directors or Directors
• Carry out financial analysis under the supervision of Associate Directors / Directors
• Assist Directors / Associate Directors in structuring transactions
• Collect, review and analyse financial and other information from multiple sources
• Mining & Metals sector and client research
• Contribute to the sourcing of new ideas

Qualifications & Skills

• Highly motivated individuals with a strong record of achievement in academics and previous full-time employment in corporate finance with a focus on the Mining & Metals sector
• Candidates should have a Bachelors/Masters/CPA degree and experience in investment banking / appropriate industry sector
• Superior analytical aptitude, creative problem solving abilities and excellent communication skills
• Key skills include (i) ability to work with Excel spreadsheets and Powerpoint; (ii) familiarity with other key softwares such as Word, Bloomberg, etc; (iii) generate M&A pitches/ information memoranda; (iv) general industry/ country/ company researches; (v) ability to perform financial analysis and other forms of valuation.

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