Investment Banking Strategy Manager

Pearse Partners
London, United Kingdom
04 May 2022
17 May 2022
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Pearse Partners are currently working with an American Multinational bank to help secure a Investment Banking Strategy manager to join the team.

Investment Banking Strategy Manager:

• Leads the execution and development of strategies to accomplish SBU-level goals, long-term planning targets.

• Manages day-to-day operational tasks and priorities to inform and advise SBU head(s) / COOs of opportunities to improve and grow the organization, including preparing memos/briefings with key highlights and takeaways to facilitate efficient and informed decision making.

• Participate and assist with representing and advocating for SBU/sector bankers in IB-wide projects and initiatives of the IB Leadership.

• Plays a central role with integration in the event of an acquisition.

• Acts as a primary point of contact with business functional partners like HR, Marketing, Legal and Compliance.

• Monitors SBUs pipeline of strategic initiatives and activities that support the operations and growth of the business.

• Assist with workforce planning and talent needs, including building headcount forecast models, documenting talent assessments, interviewing candidates, participating in on-campus recruiting, documenting interview feedback, and coordinating with HR and Talent Acquisition.

• Manage the upkeep and accuracy of core SBU and/or sector databases and collateral, such as any comparable company and transaction databases and standard marketing materials.

• Create and maintain materials used by SBU heads for a variety of purposes, including sponsor coverage, SBU-wide credentials, and internal projects/analysis.

• Liaise with Data & Insights team on SBU/sector reporting needs and accuracy.

Knowledge of:

• Investment concepts, practices and procedures used in the securities industry. • Concepts, principles and practices of Investment Banking.

• Corporate Banking operations and structure.

• Financial markets and products.

Skills in:

• Identifying trends and communicating appropriate action to key stakeholders.

• Analyzing and interpreting financial statements.

• Analytical skills sufficient to assess and explain events in the market.

• Problem solving and critical thinking skills and the ability to think independently sufficient to market ideas.
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