In the Energy Advisory and Project Finance (APF) team, we help energy projects get the funding they need to get off the ground.
As countries and clients around the world navigate the energy transition, we provide advice and source funding to help them expand.
For over 20 years, we have been at the forefront of project finance, advising and lending to multi-billion dollar projects, and working on many of the deals highly publicized in the press and, importantly, consistently recognized by our clients.
We expect this to continue, with a number of large deals expected to close in the coming years. The New York based team covers clients and projects across the continents of North and South America.
We also have teams globally in the Europe, Asia, and Australia. In providing our advice and funding, we collaborate with specialists across the range of energy subsectors in which project finance is utilized including thermal and renewable power generation, LNG, oil and gas pipelines, petrochemicals, refining, and fertilizers.
In addition to our core project finance advisory and lending business, we can support clients with a full spectrum of capital solutions through the wider Global Banking and Investor Services division drawing on colleagues’ experience in M&A, Equity Capital Markets, Private Placements, Debt Capital Markets, and Project Bonds.
We were recently awarded Bank of the Year, Europe 2017’ and Global Advisor of the Year 2016 by Project Finance International Last year we also won the Golden Trophy for Corporate and Investment Bank : Energy, Infrastructure, and Transport Sector .
The role of the position of Associate, in the Advisory and Project Finance Team, is to assist in the origination and execution of Project Finance Debt Advisory, Arranging roles and Equity Private Placement Advisory in the Energy sector (including oil & gas, petrochemicals and power, including renewables).
Transaction support to the relevant deal team leader on Advisory and Arranging mandates, to includes :
Origination and marketing support including :
General support, as required, within Energy Project Finance, including contribution to effective teamwork within the global team and with other groups in the bank.
Skills and experience of a successful candidate :
Behavior attributes of a successful candidate :
Certifications Desired : S63 & S79 Risk Management Employees should understand the institution’s approach to risk management and their respective roles in supporting a strong risk culture, as outlined in the SGUS Operations Enterprise Risk Management Framework.
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