J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank 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.
As one of the world’s premier investment banks, J.P. Morgan serves the needs of our clients by offering a world-class platform coupled with straightforward, intelligent advice. We attribute our long-term success to our commitment of always putting clients’ interests first. Whether it’s raising capital to meet growth objectives or identifying strategic business partners, J.P. Morgan offers corporate finance and M&A advisory, capital markets, prime brokerage, restructuring, risk and research platform of unrivaled strength and scale.
Infrastructure Finance and Advisory
The Infrastructure Finance and Advisory group has a global mandate to advise clients on financing infrastructure projects and work with coverage, product and sales teams to develop and execute financing solutions for greenfield and brownfield infrastructure projects across transportation, energy, utilities and social infrastructure sectors. The group is comprised of experts in project finance, bonds, loans, structured products and derivatives. By leveraging expertise across products, sectors and markets, the Infrastructure Finance and Advisory team integrates and customizes offerings and solutions to help our clients meet their strategic, financial and risk management objectives. The team partners closely with coverage bankers and product specialists across J.P. Morgan to assist clients with developing financing solutions.
Develop financial models and complete financial risk analyses for greenfield infrastructure projects in energy and other sectors
Work with clients to develop the financial structure and plan for an infrastructure project
Support clients in developing the financing term sheet and information package for the project
Assist clients in evaluating financing proposals and negotiating financing documentation
Engage with the client and other project consultants to complete project deliverables
Support the senior project finance advisors in working with clients
Draft pitch books for prospective engagements
Conduct industry and company research to identify new opportunities
- Solid project finance modelling experience
- Advanced skills in developing complex financial models for greenfield infrastructure projects
- Bachelors Degree required, preferably in accounting, finance, economics or a related field; MBA or other advanced degree preferred
- Strong understanding of the various financing channels for projects, including Export Credit Agency, bank and bond financing
- Strong quantitative and analytical skills, including Excel and PowerPoint skills
- Must be a self starter and proactive by taking initiative and anticipating deal team needs
- Willingness to work hard and be a team player
- An ability to juggle deliverables for long-term transactions as well as a busy day-to-day schedule
The ideal candidate is a creative, innovative team player. It is critical that the Project Finance Analyst be able to relate well to client counterparts and develop good working relationships with these individuals. 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 analytical, technical problem solving, planning and organizational skills are a must. These abilities are necessary on an individual level as this person directs other project members.
It is expected that the Project Finance Analyst demonstrate leadership qualities that are team-oriented, fostering and collegial. The ability to delegate effectively and pay attention to detail while maintaining a high level of productivity will be important.
The Project Finance 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 he/she will have uncompromising personal integrity.
All internal moves will normally take place on the same grade and same salary. Salaries are reviewed annually in February. Exceptions to the rule regarding transfer on current salary may include a move between geographic locations.