BMO Financial Group Vice President, Investment & Corporate Banking (I&CB) in New York, New York
Duties: Generate solutions tocurrent and prospective client needs across various sector verticals. Monitorexisting client portfolio performance and drive new business developmentopportunities to support leveraged buyouts, strategic acquisitions, dividendrecapitalizations and various other transactions for clients. Assess strategicrationales for transactions through extensive industry research, capitalmarkets analysis, and active dialogue with third party experts. Collaboratewith sector partners to cover clients and prospects by preparing and deliveringcreative and timely pitches, identifying transaction opportunities, anddesigning bespoke solutions. Interact with Executives of major middle marketcompanies, Executive and Senior Management internally, and all strategicproduct areas in developing the most appropriate pitches to clients and winningnew mandates. Execute on mandates won by conducting in-depth due diligence andfinancial modeling, preparing extensive marketing materials, and coordinatingmultiple concurrent process work streams. Work with specialists to supportsuccessful deal completion. Maintain key ongoing coverage contact with clientsand sector managers over time. Operate as a key member of the deal team withefforts to maximize sector market penetration and optimize risk adjustedreturns.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degreeor foreign education equivalent in Finance, Economics, Accounting or BusinessAdministration and four (4) years of experience negotiating and structuringfinancial transactions within an investment banking and corporate lendingenvironment. Special Requirements: pursuing business development andcross-selling initiatives to improve positioning with clients; participating inthe delivery of creative and timely pitches, utilizing financial computerapplications and database management tools, including MS Excel; andcontributing to deal teams within an investment and corporate bankingenvironment to deliver recommendations to clients with respect to complexfinancial transactions and to ensure that global uniformity exists with respectto advice, methodologies and processes.
United States-New York-New York