Analyst Mergers and Acquisitions
Function: 40 hours a week
Location: The HagueApply now
NIBC's Mergers & Acquisitions team
The M&A team of NIBC, a young and dynamic team consisting of around 20 professionals working from both Amsterdam and The Hague, provides financial advice on mergers, acquisitions, disposals, buyouts and corporate development, combining first-class execution expertise with an in-depth understanding of the sector and the challenges their clients face. All this is done in close co-operation with their sector specialists. Recent examples of deals are the acquisition of HSH Nordbank by a consortium led by J.C. Flowers and Cerberus Capital and the investment of Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking in Caldic.
As the M&A team is relatively small, team members work closely together, share knowledge and support each other. They drive results by stretching themselves and going the extra mile. They constantly improve their efficiency and effectiveness, working in a structured, goal-oriented way that benefits all the stakeholders of the Bank. NIBC encourages people to take responsibility, not only towards clients and NIBC, but also towards the community.
To expand the M&A team, NIBC is looking for an Analyst. As an Analyst you are an important part of a deal team.
What will your role look like?
The contribution of the Analyst will vary per assignment and comprises amongst others the following activities:
- Conducting valuations and other financial analyses
- Performing market, industry and company specific analyses
- Preparing documents for client meetings
- Coordinating of execution activities including financial analysis, transaction documentation and process management
- Maintaining relationships with people involved in transactions including team members, professionals from other departments of NIBC as well as clients and external advisors
What will you get?
The benefits of a smaller dynamic firm: being able to work where, when and how you want. You will not work on a tiny piece of a huge complex puzzle within a big corporation, but see the direct impact of what you do in the firm and its customers. Being a talent in a smaller bank will give you substantial responsibilities, direct exposure to senior management and enable you to understand how the whole bank works and where you can best leverage your talents.
We might offer you a spot in the NIBC's Talent Program together with a small group of selected talents from all over the bank. This 12 month intensive program focuses on your personal and professional development. For more information please have a look at our website. https://www.nibc.com/about-nibc/careers/talent-program/