Jefferies’ Financial Institutions Group (“FIG”) offers a full range of investment banking services to the financial services industry. Our diverse client base covers a broad spectrum of companies, including those in sectors such as Broker-Dealers, Exchanges, Financial Technology, Insurance, Specialty Finance and Depository Institutions.
The Financial Institutions Group is actively looking for Analysts in our New York office.
As an Analyst on the FIG team you will rapidly assume significant responsibilities related to pitching as well as executing advisory and capital markets transactions for a broad group of private and public clients within the depository vertical.
These responsibilities will include the following:
- Assisting and leading the execution of M&A and advisory transactions, as well as equity and debt financings
- Preparing and delivering client presentations
- Analyzing business plans and valuing companies using a variety of methodologies
- Drafting offering memoranda, confidential information memoranda, management presentations, lender presentations, and prospectuses
- Participating in due diligence and drafting sessions
- Preparing and managing the delivery of internal deal memos
These responsibilities afford direct and active interaction with clients where Analysts are encouraged to attend and participate in client meetings. You will work on several projects simultaneously with teams of professionals, both within the group and across the firm, including Managing Directors, Senior Vice Presidents, Associates and Analysts, collaborating to develop and execute solutions to meet client needs.
You should have a strong academic background and be completing the senior year of a four-year Bachelor’s degree or equivalent program. Although a background in accounting or finance can be helpful, we hire Analysts who have studied a variety of disciplines.
Strong technical, written and verbal communication skills
Ability to manage a variety of transactions and projects simultaneously
Resourceful self-starter, able to work autonomously and as team player