Junior Investment Banking Analyst

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About The Program

The Analyst Development Program (“ADP”) was developed to attract the highest caliber of talent across North America and mentor each student in Valitas’ culture. The program’s purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to learn Investment Banking at an early age, while creating a pipeline of polished professionals to recruit for full-time roles once available.

Junior Analysts receive weekly group feedback and detailed individual feedback at the completion of every month in the program. Junior Analysts have the opportunity to expand their responsibilities by taking on individual and team projects and receive direct mentorship from senior team members, including the Founder.

Program Learning

  • Work on pitch books and live deals, gain hands-on transaction experience as you gain exposure to Valitas’ mandate processes and tools
  • Receive direct mentorship from members of the team
  • Progress quickly to greater responsibility
  • Get challenged with more involvement in the deal process

Job Responsibilities

  • Build lists of acquisition targets, potential buyers, and prospective clients
  • Research, build and maintain internal databases
  • Perform financial and strategic fit analysis for potential targets/bidders
  • Assist in preparing extensive written documents (pitch books, industry research, white papers, infographics)

Qualifications

  • Exceptionally smart, curious, and drawn to challenges
  • An impact player who is diligent, tenacious, and can carry tasks independently to completion
  • Focused on continuous learning, actively seeking feedback
  • Must have full access to S&P Capital IQ Platform

Experience

  • An articulate writer and oral communicator who listens carefully and is not afraid to ask questions
  • Passionate about finance and striving to strengthen your skillset
  • A long-standing member of high-performance teams
  • Able to demonstrate initiative in schoolwork, clubs, or personal life

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