Associate at J.P.Morgan in New York, NY

📌 New York 🏷️ Other 🕑 2021-07-30
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Public Finance - Associate

Job Description

Position Overview J.P. Morgan's Public Finance team is looking to add an Associate to our Infrastructure Team with a quantative/modeling background. J.P. Morgan's Public Finance Group is responsible for providing investment banking solutions for the complex financing needs of the firm's public sector clients throughout the Country. Public Finance clients include state and local governments, non-profit healthcare organizations, higher education and cultural institutions and other entities that issue tax-exempt debt. Client teams are based regionally and by industry sectors (Infrastructure, Healthcare, Higher Education, Housing, Energy and Environmental, etc.). The Public Finance Group provides exposure to all aspects of the capital markets by working closely with our sales & trading, underwriting, derivatives, and debt capital markets desks for prospective and live transactions. Roles and

Responsibilities

In addition to working on general coverage teams, this role will include the development and operation of numerous models focused on our project finance engagements. Duties of a Public Finance Associate include: Develop financial models using Excel to develop customized bond financing structures Utilize industry-approved third-party programs (DBC and others) to prepare bond structures Perform credit and debt capacity analyses for specific credits based on industry/sector Prepare responses to requests for proposals required as part of the solicitation process Create and manage debt profiles for issuers/credits Evaluate existing debt portfolios for refunding/restructuring opportunities Execute bond financings for all issues in which J.P. Morgan participates Work closely with all areas of Public Finance, including DCM, various syndicate desks, credit origination and derivatives marketing to pitch municipal clients and execute transactions Interact with various professionals in other areas of the firm to facilitate presentation, RF
P responses and execute bond transactions Prepare presentation materials used by bankers and senior management for client meetings Participate in client presentations, as required Join in various internal department activities

Qualifications

Candidates should be adaptable, able to manage projects independently and ready to assume a high level of responsibility as a member of a team. Work ethic is a must and ability to commit to the multi-year analyst program. Candidate should also be able to work well under pressure in a demanding environment, producing accurate, detailed materials while meeting tight deadlines. Quantitative background including developing and implementing complex models is a prerequisitve for the role. Specific experience in building project finance modeling tools specifically in the energy and/or transportation sectors highly desired. They should also have a well-rounded academic background with coursework in finance or economics and be highly proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel, Word, and Power.
Point. Candidates should demonstrate academic strength at a (minimum GPA of
3. 2), strong teamwork, communication skills and a high energy level. Previous Finance/Investment Banking experience is required with a preference for public finance and/or project finance. An undergraduate degree from a competitive university or higher required.

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