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INTΞЯNSHIP – ΛLTΞЯNΛTIVΞ CЯΞDIT SYNDICΛTΞ (12 MONTH)

 

 

  • Internship
  • 7787

Company Description

Welcome to Natixis

At Natixis, we create tailor-made solutions in Asset & Wealth management, Corporate and Investment banking, Insurance, and payments, with over 12,000 staff members in 35 countries.

At Natixis, you have a great opportunity to join an entrepreneurial, agile and growing organisation, and to be part of an inspiring team. We offer a competitive remuneration package and generous total reward package and as an inclusive employer, we are also open to considering flexible working arrangements. We continuously work to create an environment that promotes diversity and inclusion in all its forms, across gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity and background. We believe this creates equal opportunities for our employees – and better outcomes for our clients and communities.

We are committed to finding reasonable accommodations for candidates with special needs or disabilities during our recruitment process.

Job Description

Within Natixis CIB, you will join the Alternative Credit Syndication (ACS) and Leveraged Capital Markets (LCM) teams within the CIB.

You will be a member of the ACS/LCM teams.

ACS is in charge of loan solutions and syndication of illiquid assets. This encompasses capital and liquidity structured solutions and asset portfolio distribution – irrespective of the format – from inception to post closing servicing. You will also work on the secondary distribution side of illiquid assets.

LCM is responsible for structuring and distributing leveraged finance transactions in the form of High Yield and Term Loan B products across Europe.

 

Main responsibilities of the role:

ACS

You will, under the supervision of a senior structurer:

  • Participate to the execution of new structured transactions
  • Perform Front-Office servicing duties regarding Capital-Relief transactions (e.g. Synthetic Securitizations, structured portfolio guarantees)
  • Prepare pitch books/marketing material and documents required for syndication processes
  • Participate to the pricing recommendations and assess liquidity analysis
  • Follow the different asset classes market, enhance and update market comparables and market intelligence
  • Deliver periodic activity reports on the ACS scope

LCM

  • Maintain up to date market intelligence resources (Comps databases)
  • Contribute to analytics projects such as CLO Investor analysis, New Issuance Premium analysis, Sector Comparables, Deal idea generation
  • Support members of the team in the production of a weekly market update document
  • Support Origination teams in the preparation of pitch books for client presentations
  • Support the pricing exercises of HY and TLB issuance
  • Contribute to the production of Underwriting memoranda (after review of the due diligence reports, management presentations etc) to be presented in Credit Committee
  • Support administrative and closing workstreams (filing, fee booking)
  • Support team in monitoring underwritten positions

Main internal & external relations (across ACS and LCM):

  • Origination teams
  • Asset analyst teams
  • Financial engineering team
  • Public and Private sales
  • Middle office

Required Skills/Qualifications/Experience

  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills (strong Excel skills – VBA or Python programming would be a plus).
  • Reliability
  • Autonomy
  • Banking and capital market knowledge
  • Team player (small team)
  • Communication skills (need to liaise effectively with people within and outside Natixis)
  • Problem-solving mindset
  • High adaptability (broad range of topics and transactions)
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About Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking

Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking is a leading global financial institution that provides advisory, investment banking, financing, corporate banking and capital markets services to corporations, financial institutions, financial sponsors and sovereign and supranational organizations worldwide.

Our teams of experts in around 30 countries advise clients on their strategic development, helping them to grow and transform their businesses, and maximize their positive impact. Natixis CIB is committed to aligning its financing portfolio with a carbon neutrality path by 2050 while helping its clients reduce the environmental impact of their business.

As part of the Global Financial Services division of Groupe BPCE, the second largest banking group in France through the Banque Populaire and Caisse d’Epargne retail networks, Natixis CIB benefits from the Group’s financial strength and solid financial ratings (Standard & Poor’s: A, Moody’s: A1, Fitch Ratings: A+, R&I: A+).

About Groupe BPCE

Groupe BPCE, at the service of its customers and the French economy

Groupe BPCE pursues a full range of banking and insurance activities, working through its two major Banque Populaire and Caisse d’Epargne cooperative banking networks and through its different subsidiaries.

Groupe BPCE, the 2nd largest banking group in France, has put down deep roots in its local markets.

Its 117,000 employees serve a total of 36 million customers, 8.6 of whom have decided to become cooperative shareholders.

The Group’s different subsidiaries pursue their activities in banking and insurance, tailoring their services as closely as possible to the needs of the individuals and regions they serve.

With a total of 19 Banque Populaire banks, 17 Caisses d’Epargne, Natixis, Crédit Foncier, Banque Palatine, etc., Groupe BPCE offers its customers a comprehensive range of products and services: savings and investment solutions, cash management services, financing solutions, insurance, and wholesale banking services.

Faithful to its status as a cooperative banking institution, the Group accompanies its customers in the realization of their different projects and develops long-lasting relationships with them, thereby contributing 20% to the drive to finance the French economy.