Macquarie Capital - Infrastructure Associate, PPP, London
As an Associate in our team, you will be able to combine typical project finance investment banking tasks with direct principal investing from our balance sheet, as well as be involved in project finance advisory, infrastructure development, and have client interaction on Europe's preeminent infrastructure and project finance transactions.
Not only will you be preparing tenders, greenfield transaction documentation and risk allocation (including commercial contracts, such as shareholder agreements, concession agreements, construction and operations subcontracts); but you will also review project documentation and due diligence materials to identify potential risks and business/project value drivers; and engage professionally with and lead third parties, such as industrial partners, due diligence advisors and client representatives.
You will be involved in investment Macquarie's own balance sheet in in infrastructure projects, including greenfield PPPs and brownfield principal investments, with equity tickets in the range of GBP10m to GBP500m.
You will be able to originate and underwrite debt, equity and hybrid products and provide supervision of complex project finance models, including use of VBA macros, including the opportunity to analyse, optimise, negotiate and close off financial structures for project finance and infrastructure transactions, including complex financial documentation.
If you have experience of leading and closing both equity and debt into greenfield projects, PPPs and brownfield infrastructure transactions in the transportation, social, health and power generation sectors, and have worked in a comparable organisation- we want to hear from you. You will also need to demonstrate the following:
- Expertise in project finance modelling
- Detailed knowledge of project finance markets and principles of financial analysis and valuation required
- Experience in negotiating the full project finance suite of documentation such as funding, equity, concession and subcontracting documents
- Approximately 4-6 years of experience of working on similar transactions across the UK and Europe
- Bachelors degrees in Engineering, Law, Finance or Economics
- Fluent spoken and written English is essential
- Strong presentation skills, including Word and PowerPoint
- Proven business judgement/commercial skills
This opportunity is a Regulated Role: Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) - Approved Person (UK)
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Macquarie Capital provides advisory and capital raising services to corporate and government clients involved in public mergers and acquisitions, private treaty acquisitions and divestments, debt and equity fund raising and corporate restructuring. It also undertakes principal investing activities globally in support of its client activities.
Advisory activities are divided into industry groups, reflecting key areas of expertise. With staff in 37 offices across 22 locations, Macquarie Capital is a truly global business. A role in the team will expose you to a dynamic working environment and the opportunity to contribute to high-profile transactions whilst working in a business with the best people in the industry.
Macquarie Capital has also received numerous recent awards in the infrastructure sector, including the 2016 PFI Award for the Global Financial Sponsor of the Year, the 2016 IJ Global for the European and African Financial Advisor of the Year, and the Most Innovative Investment Bank in Infrastructure & Project Financing by the FT Banker Awards in June 2014
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