Investment Banking Director

Nedbak Mozambique
Mozambique (MZ)
to be defined
Jul 16, 2021
Aug 15, 2021
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
CFA Charterholder
Employment Type
Full Time

Nedbank Mozambique is looking for an Investment Banking Director and has opened the opportunity for international candidates that are looking/ or opened for  an international career in one of the biggest banks in Africa. In this sense, below is the Job Description of the function.

Job vacancy:  Investment Banking Director

Organization: Nedbank Mozambique

Place: Maputo, Mozambique

About Nedbank Group:

The Nedbank Group is a financial services group in South Africa offering wholesale and retail banking services as well as insurance, asset management, and wealth management. It is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, it also has a Balance Sheet of 1.2 Trillion Rands and with approximately 30 thousand Employees and serves more than 7.6 Million Customers, of which 2.2 Million are already digital customers. Additionally, it is the 2nd best bank in terms of Customer Satisfaction in South Africa, also directly serving its customers in Mozambique, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland and Zimbabwe and indirectly over 39 countries through a strategic alliance with Ecobank Transnacional Incorporated (ETI).

Nedbak Mozambique:

Nedbank Mozambique, formerly known as Banco Único, was inaugurated in Mozambique in 2011. In 2014, Nedbank entered the capital of Banco Único, immediately assuming a position of a reference shareholder. In 2016 it increased its commitment to Único, taking a bigger position with the acquisition of 50%+1 share, which was reinforced in 2020 to the current 87.5%. This continuous commitment of the Nedbank Group to Banco Único, in a period of challenging economic cycles, demonstrated the total confidence not only in Mozambique, but also in the capacity of the management team and the 600+ Employees of Banco Único to create value. Recently, in 28th of June, Banco Único changed the name to Nedbank Mozambique.

Brief job description:

Originating, advising, structuring and setting up Corporate Finance operations, Capital Markets and Structured Financing operations, which lead (or not) to the assumption of credit risk by the Bank and which contribute positively to the Bank's operating account; Originate directly or via Commercial Departments operations; Prepare Financial Advisory proposals, individually or in partnership; Supervise the preparation of Information Memoranda, Business Plans, Technical Sheets, Agency, Reports, Feasibility Studies, Contract Negotiation, etc; Proceed with the selection and/or contracting of External Consultants and/or other financial institutions, whenever necessary, with the prior approval of the Bank and the Customer; Development of various types of financial models to assess debt and equity for mergers, acquisitions and capital raising transactions; Conduct the preparation and review of materials used in client financing, including investment memos and management presentations; Guide and supervise the structuring of technical files for the participation of the Bank in credit operations; Follow up and supervise the analysis of customer credit requests, assessing the risk of the operations; Guide, assist and train the technical team in planning and carrying out the work.

Job requirement:

Degree in Economic Sciences, namely: Economics, Business Administration and Management, Financial or Banking Management or related areas;

  • Minimum 6 years experience in Investment Banking;
  • Minimum 3 years experience in team management;
  • Analytical skills – reading, interpreting, analyzing data and financial information;
  • Domain of company evaluation processes;
  • Mastery of structuring capital market operations;
  • Chartered Financial Analyst -CFA (preferably);
  • Domain of English language (technical level: writing, understanding and speaking);
  • Deep knowledge of the Mozambican and regional Economy and Market (preferably);
  • Knowledge of Corporate Finance;
  • Financial Modeling in Excel;
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