What to expect
Your journey will start with seven weeks of intense training designed to introduce you to our business, products and the essential skills you’ll need to be successful. After this, you’ll join our Portfolio Management team in New York, where you’ll provide analytical and business support to the team by doing everything from recommending loan structures and hedging ideas to monitoring loan portfolios and geopolitical risks. Really, the sky’s the limit for what you can do here.
Challenges will include:
- Recommending loan structure and
- Daily tasks and deal execution
- Monitoring loan portfolios
- Tracking earnings and attending
due diligence calls with management
- Valuation and cash flow
- Monitoring company operations, industry and regulatory trends
- Monitoring global macroeconomic and geopolitical risks
- Recommending hedging ideas
How you'll develop
Your role as a Portfolio Management Analyst will give you the experience to succeed in the world of finance, and will provide you with a visible path to promotion to Assistant Vice President.
Our intense seven-week Initial Training Program will give you the tools you need to make a strong start. After training, you’ll work alongside top industry experts in New York, building networks and learning through hands-on project involvement. Not only will you build your analytical skillset, but you’ll also build leadership skills and solid relationships with a whole family of supportive colleagues.
Beyond this, you’ll find plenty of additional training available to help you expand your mind further and create smarter solutions. A mix of formal and informal Continued Learning programs will give you the knowledge you need, exactly when you need it. As you progress, detailed performance coaching and feedback from both your group and your Program Management team will keep you on a path to promotion.
Who thrives here?
People of any educational or career
background, so long as they have a strong interest in banking and finance, as well as strong analytical skills and intellectual curiosity. We also look for
resourcefulness, a communicative nature, teamwork mentality, enthusiasm and an
entrepreneurial spirit, often shown through participation in extracurricular
activities and prior work experience.