JPMorgan Chase CIB - Investment Banking - Healthcare Equity Capital Markets - Experienced Analyst in San Francisco, California
About J.P. Morgan Corporate & Investment Bank
J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) is a global leader across banking, markets and investor services. The world’s most important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. With $18 trillion of assets under custody and $393 billion in deposits, the Corporate & Investment Bank provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk and extends liquidity in markets around the world.
Equity Capital Markets
The Equity Capital Markets (ECM) team advise, structure and execute a range of equity offerings for major corporations and governments, easing clients' access to the public markets for equity and equity-linked capital and non-public markets for equity derivatives. As a team, in addition to providing advice to clients on raising straight equity financing, we also focus on issuing hybrid securities such as convertible bonds and structuring complex equity derivative transactions. This could involve anything from selling company stock to the public to designing an equity derivative solution to allow the monetisation of a major corporate's holding in another company. The ECM team primarily provides advice on how best to structure deals and then works with the client to execute the transaction.
The successful candidate will play a vital and accountable role in all aspects of the transaction process and pursuit of strategic business ideas. S/he will join a dynamic team that is far reaching, forward moving and also have the opportunity to work with clients and senior management.
The Analyst's responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following:
Participate in the origination and execution of equitytransactions, including initial public offerings, follow-on equityofferings and convertibles.
Target potential equity issuers andnew equity capital raising by corporate clients; perform buy-sideinvestor, equity market conditions and offering size analyses, andprepare equity roadshow layouts.
Compile pitch presentationsfor numerous companies on topics that include common stock issuance,equity-linked alternatives, carve-outs/spin-offs, capital management,dividend strategy and share repurchases.
Coordinate effortswith deal team members across the investment bank, including the capitalmarkets, corporate finance, and mergers and acquisitions departments.
Participatein prospectus drafting and due diligence, preparation of roadshowschedules and presentations, investor targeting and investor feedback,and development of equity pricing materials.
Supervise and train junior analysts.
The successful candidate will possess the following:
Musthave prior experience with quantitative and financial modeling forstructuring of equity transactions using balance sheet, incomestatement, public comparables and transaction comparables analyses; andbuy-side investor analysis and targeting for new equity capital raisingefforts by corporate clients.
One year of Investment Banking or related experience is highly preferred.
Bachelor's Degree or the equivalent in Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Math or related field with a minimum 3.2 GPA
Very strong financial modeling/valuation and analytical skills.
Ability to comfortably interact with business clients and management.
Excellenttechnology skills with strong Excel (macros, pivot tables, look-ups andfiltering) and PowerPoint skills. S/he will be able to quickly learnnew software applications.
Highly organized, detail oriented and proactive. Energetic and decisive, with high level of integrity.
S/hewill be able to communicate concepts and ideas both verbally and viadocumentation, to and be able to defend their validity.
Provide examples of a team mentality. A relationship builder, who can establish trust and credibility across JPMorgan.
The ideal candidate is a creative, innovative team player. It is also important that this person display maturity, good judgment and an ability to work with professionals at all levels inside J.P. Morgan. Strong modeling, analytical, technical problem solving, planning and organizational skills are a must.
The Analyst must have strong interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively in presentations; expressing complex financial strategies in an organized and articulate manner.
This individual must be dedicated to the Firm's goals and s/he will have uncompromising personal integrity.
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.