Associate, Equity Research Analyst, Utilities & Renewables - London, United Kingdom,

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Job Description:
Summary
The associate role will involve all aspects of Utilities and Renewables research, including 1) researching the many industry segments that comprise Utilities and Renewables, 2) financial modelling and company valuation, 3) writing industry and company reports, 5) communicating with internal and external clients, 5) building relationships with corporates under coverage, 6) leveraging industry contacts to create differentiated events for clients to attend. The demands on the analyst are sometimes high and a demonstrated ability to deliver under pressure is essential.

Role description
  • Performing secondary research and information gathering across the varied sub-segments of Utilities and Renewables sector
  • Interpreting data and performing analysis on the market, economic and political events affecting the Utilities and Renewables sector
  • Attending company conferences and industry events to gather data and learn
  • Developing and maintaining complex company and industry financial models
  • Valuing companies using a variety of metrics appropriate to the Utilities and Renewables sector
  • Writing equity research reports - thematic ones on the industry and stock specific ones on companies under coverage
  • Contributing to collaborative cross sector reports with both European and global research colleagues
  • Building relationships with the companies under coverage
  • Leveraging industry contacts to create differentiated events for clients to attend: conferences, field trips, expert speakers

Qualifications
  • Masters' degree (or equivalent) with outstanding academic qualifications
  • MBA and/or CFA qualified
  • Prior experience working as an equity analyst focused on the Utilities and Renewables and / or Infrastructure sectors
  • Experience working as an equity analyst within a buy-side firm or large global investment banking environment
  • Experience in modeling and valuing companies with prior experience of Utilities and Renewables and/or Infrastructure sectors

Skills
  • Advanced level of MS Excel
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong accounting, financial modelling/financial mathematical skills are required
  • Meticulous attention to detail, diligence and conscientiousness
  • Proven organizational and time management skills as well as ability to work under pressure
  • Capable of working effectively both independently and with multiple teams/individuals

Opening date: 06 July 2018
Closing date: 03 August 2018
Salary: Competitive Salary + benefits package + discretionary incentive

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