Associate/Senior Associate

Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai (AE)
Aug 29, 2017
Sep 28, 2017
Industry Sector
Investment Bank
Employment Type
Full Time

What is the opportunity:

To support the Investment Team in the origination and execution of Investment Banking and Private Equity transactions.

What will you do:

  • Work as part of the Investment Team on the execution of Islamic financing, M&A and financial advisory and PE transactions across different sectors
  • Perform industry market research and analysis using a variety of data sources; undertake company and transaction specific analysis and valuations
  • Assist in the preparation of pitch books, formal client presentations and information memorandum
  • Perform and review financial modelling and sensitivity analysis
  • Perform and review valuation and leverage analysis of M&A and leveraged buyout comparable companies/transactions.
  • Assist in the preparation of internal credit and investment memos
  • Assist in the review and drafting of legal documentation
  • Opportunity to gain exposure to different sectors
  • Opportunity to gain exposure to both Investment Banking and PE
  • Opportunity to gain exposure to clients at an early stage of career

What are we looking for:

  • Bachelor/Master Degree
  • Prior 2-3 years’ work experience in Investment Banking; Leveraged finance experience a plus
  • No more than 5 years of work experience
  • Demonstrate strong financial modeling capabilities
  • Self-starter, ability to problem solve and work with minimal supervision
  • Accounting qualification or CFA a plus; Study of CFA qualification is supported by the firm

About FEB Capital

  • FEB Capital acts as the corporate finance and investment function of First Energy Bank. FEB Capital provides Islamic financing, M&A and financial advisory and invests in Private Equity transactions on behalf of First Energy Bank
  • First Energy Bank is the largest wholesale Islamic investment bank in Kingdom of Bahrain
  • First Energy Bank was established in June 2008, with an authorized share capital of US$2 billion, and a paid up capital of US$1 billion. The bank is backed by a strong base of institutional shareholders from the Kingdom of Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Libya, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and other countries in the region