IBD, Management & Strategy, Salt Lake City, Analyst / Associate

Location(s) US-UT-Salt Lake City
Job ID
Schedule Type
Full Time
Financial Modeling/Research - Early Career
Investment Banking Division
Business Unit
IBD Finance
Employment Type



Our division works on some of the most complex financial challenges and transactions in the market today. Whether advising on a merger, providing financial solutions for an acquisition, or structuring an initial public offering, we handle projects that help clients at major milestones. We work with corporations, pension funds, financial sponsors, and governments and are team of strong analytical thinkers, who have a passion for producing out-of-the-box ideas.


Team Overview:


The responsibilities of the Management & Strategy team within the Investment Banking Division include:


  • Provide Divisional Leadership with reporting and analysis to support strategic decision making, guide investment prioritization and business mix assessment.


  • Prepare materials to deliver Divisional message to Investment Banking community, Firm Leadership and Investor Relations


  • Perform competitive benchmarking of Merger and Financing deal volumes, market share and fees


  • Develop annual and quarterly revenue and expense forecasts for internal budgets and regulatory stress tests (CCAR, DFAST)


  • Act as a Divisional liaison, providing information and data to Firmwide constituents


Job Responsibilities:

  • Deliver weekly, monthly and quarterly performance metrics reports to Divisional Leadership


  • Perform ad hoc analysis and presentations based on current trends and initiatives in the Division


  • Coordinate with banker community on deal life cycle tracking


  • Track and analyze the Division’s competitive position in deal volumes, market share and fees using industry standard tools (e.g.,Dealogic, Thomson)


  • Coordinate with Divisional CFO and Industry / Region CFOs to establish revenue and expense budgets


  • Assist with the calculation and assessment of revenue forecasts submitted by the Division for annual regulatory stress tests (CCAR, DFAST)


  • Review monthly expense activity to monitor trends in Divisional costs


Basic Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or related field
  • Digitally savvy with the ability to synthesize large amounts of data to tell a relevant story. Must have an intermediate to advanced skill level in Miscrosoft Excel and Powerpoint
  • Strong quantitative and critical thinking skills with the capacity to quickly learn and develop new reports and analyst
  • Candidate must be proactive, enthusiastic and team oriented
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Big 4 accounting or internal audit experience a plus



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