Analyst (m/f/d) – Power & Renewables (Low Carbon Transition Group)

Employment contract:

Festanstellung

Location:

Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany

Job/mission:

FINANCIAL AND TECHNICAL EXPERTISE

Reference:

ADV000208

Senior Analyst (m/f/d) – Power & Renewables 

(Low Carbon Transition Group)

Frankfurt Full-time/Part-time permanent

 

BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking is a bridge between large multinationals and mid-sized companies with international business activities (Corporates) and institutional investors and financial service providers (Institutionals). The division is a leading provider of sustainable financing and investment solutions. More than 35,000 employees worldwide serve around 18,000 corporates and institutions in 56 countries. In Germany, around 800 employees work for our clients.

 

Challenges that let you grow:

  • Preparing presentation slides under the supervision and on the basis of clear guidelines of the Associate/ VP
  • Appropriating exposures to clients when possible under direct supervision of D/VP
  • Assisting Associate/ VP in key steps of an execution
  • Preparing models autonomously (trading/ transaction multiples, Business Plan and DCF) or under supervision of Associate for more complex analyses
  • Taking responsibility for the tasks delegated by Associate/ VP
  • Circulating correctly and in a timely manner information to senior members of the team

 

Skills that convince:

  • Appropriate academic background (B.Sc. / M.Sc. in Finance or similar)
  • First M&A experience at investment banks or boutiques, with experience in the fields of renewables, power and utilities, telecom or general infrastructure incl. relevant financial modelling expertise
  • Understanding of the basic notions in Corporate Finance Advisory and Financial & Performance Analysis and can apply this knowledge at basic level and in simple situations
  • Ability to work proactively and independently at own level, implementing work processes, ideas and solutions, and taking initiatives when required
  • Characteristics such as team ability, communication strength and flexibility
  • Very good German and English language skills in word and writing

 

What we offer:

  • Modern working environment for flexible working
  • Building (inter)national networks and career prospects within the BNP Paribas Group
  • Many benefits for employees, e.g. family service, Jobbike, Jobticket, Sodexo meal vouchers, Occupational pensions & Central location with good public transport connection (benefits may vary by location)

 

 

BNP Paribas has committed to the sustainable and forward-looking design of society. Ethical principles, risk awareness and responsibility are the foundations of our day-to-day action. The BNP Paribas Group has set itself the goal of raising awareness, motivating and activating its stakeholders, particularly employees, partners and shareholders, as well as the society on sustainable issues. The Commitment to Diversity has confirmed BNP Paribas with the signing of the Diversity Charter in 2017 and is part of the JamaisSansElles initiative, which promotes women’s visibility.

 

 

BNP Paribas is the European Union’s leading bank and key player in international banking. It has a presence in 68 countries, with around 193,000 employees, including almost 148,000 in Europe. The BNP Paribas Group has been active in Germany since 1947 and has successfully positioned itself on the market with twelve entities. Private customers, companies and institutions are looked after by roughly 6,000 employees in all relevant economic regions all over the country. The wide-ranging products and services offered by BNP Paribas are that of an innovative universal bank.

 

 

Would you like to help shape a changing world?

Then go with us the next step and apply now via the application button as Analyst (m/f/d) – Power & Renewables (Low Carbon Transition Group)!

Please contact Anja Kucher on +49 (0) 6971938080 as well as by email: recruiting.germany@bnpparibas.com

COVID-19-Update: The safety and well-being of our candidates and our employees have the highest priority. The first interviews will therefore continue to be conducted virtually.