job: Manager, Corporate Finance E*Trade

saw this NY posting on Monster, thought I’d pass it on… Contact: Jones, Mr. Erik S Reference Code: 27344 Manager, Corporate Finance The Corporate Treasury group is responsible for corporate development and the corporate-related treasury functions at E*TRADE Financial. The Corporate Development team supports the senior management of E*TRADE in the identification and evaluation of strategic transactions, including joint ventures, partnerships, and merger & acquisition opportunities. The Manager role is responsible for driving the entire transaction pipeline from start to finish for specific deals and for assisting on other deals where needed. This role will also support the Corporate Treasury function and be responsible for various analyses and presentations to internal committees, as well as the executive management team and the Board of Directors. Responsibilities include: Researching and providing key data and insights on targets or partners that support E*TRADE’s financial and strategic objectives Building complex financial models in Excel for accuracy and to generate insights and recommendations Analyzing and reporting on financial statements and financial information Determining valuation, key financial and business risks and overall fit of potential acquisitions Functioning as the primary point of contact for internal and external project team members Leading due diligence activities Supporting legal negotiations and integrations of new business acquisitions Analyzing structure of corporate debt and assisting in the determination of most appropriate capital structure and balance sheet strategy for corporation Evaluating debt and equity capital market trends and transactions Supporting ad hoc analysis as requested by senior management Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting, MBA in Finance or CFA a plus Two years of experience in an investment bank or MBA Excellent verbal and written communication skills Experience with running a significant financial model, developing and using financial modeling tools, and applying basic decision metrics for acquisitions and mergers Superior interpersonal skills, adept at building rapport, influencing decision makers and able to build consensus · Works effectively with groups from disparate disciplines outside of span of control Comfortable working under pressure and able to multi-task and manage competing priorities Must have strong working knowledge of both corporate finance and accounting