Job ID: 068016
Location: New York
Business Area: Investment Banking
IBCM, Corporate Lending, Analyst – 2016 (New York)
The opportunity to join the Credit Suisse Corporate Lending team as an Analyst. Credit Suisse is one of the leading global arrangers of leveraged loans and consistently ranks on the top of the US league tables. Our experience, knowledge and commitment to serving the interests of our investors and clients make Credit Suisse’s Corporate Lending team the most innovative and insightful in the industry. Our team works with CS’s capital markets desk and coverage investment bankers to arrange and syndicate multi-million/billion dollar bank loans. Specifically, the team plays a key role in structuring, negotiating, documenting and executing loan transactions. In active negotiations, the Corporate Lending team bridges the interests of the investors who purchase loans with the needs of our corporate and sponsor clients. A career in Corporate Lending is ideal for anyone wanting client facing negotiations, product specialization and detail oriented analysis.
As a member of the team you will:
Be exposed to the syndicated loan markets
Work with senior bankers as they work to arrange, structure and document Credit Suisse lead loan transactions
Help cover the firm’s existing bank loan portfolio to address client needs and conduct portfolio analysis
The position requires a bright and dynamic professional to work in strong partnership with coverage, product and credit teams.
Interested candidates must have a degree from a four-year college or university, preferably with relevant coursework in finance or economics. Credit Suisse is noted for the diversity of its employees while at the same time seeking candidates with a common set of abilities – highly motivated and creative individuals who have demonstrated academic achievement and have the ability to work independently and as a member of a team. The ideal candidate is fundamentally interested in the workings of the market and also likes to work in an investment banking and capital markets culture.
In addition, the candidate must have:
Three years of relevant experience
Credit training and lending experience
Excellent quantitative and analytical skills
Strong attention to detail
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with clients (both in writing and orally)
Financial modeling proficiency
Knowledgeable about the fundamentals of credit agreements and related documents also a plus