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Equity Advisory Summer Internship Programme 2020

Job description

Our Equity Advisory team is looking to recruit Interns to join our 10-week Summer Analyst Programme. The team is a key pillar of our Global Advisory business and is the market leading Equity Advisory team globally.

  • It has been an independent adviser on 322 transactions since 2014 with a combined deal value of over $278bn, across the full spectrum of IPOs and other equity offerings
  • Work is heavily skewed towards transactions rather than pitching, with a strong pipeline of deals

The team works closely with the M&A Sector teams, our market-leading Debt Advisory team and our Investor Advisory team

  • It's close to the equity markets, advising on valuation, tactics, execution and implementation
  • Landmark transactions include:
  • The world's largest ever IPO - Alibaba ($25bn)
  • The world's largest ever auctioned block trade - Vodafone / China Mobile ($6.6bn)
  • Largest ever European Corporate Mandatory Convertible Note - Bayer (€4.0bn)
  • High profile transactions, by the London team specifically, include:
  • Privatisations of AIB, DONG Energy, ABN AMRO, RBS and Royal Mail
  • Recent IPOs of Watches of Switzerland, Quilter, Avast, Energean
  • Capital raises for Marks & Spencer and Serco
  • Graduates can expect significant exposure to clients from an early stage so strong communication skills are important

The programme begins with an intensive training programme covering technical skills (accounting, valuation, and modelling) and internally led presentations. After the training, you will join our equity advisory team for the remainder of the internship. There will also be networking events and learning sessions over the course of the summer in addition to taking part in the Summer Intern Fundraising Challenge to raise money for the Rothschild & Co bursary scheme.

If your internship goes well, you will be considered for a place on the following year's Graduate Programme

What we are looking for

  • On track for a minimum of a 2:1 or equivalent in your university degree
  • Genuine interest in corporate finance and financial markets
  • Good commercial awareness
  • Strong analytical and numerical skills
  • Good computer skills including MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills
  • Diligent and committed to excellence
  • Attention to detail, ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Ambitious, driven and capable of delivering results while working under tight deadlines

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Additional job details

Location
London
Salary
Competitive salary

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 3 November 2019

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Closing date:  3 November 2019

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