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Analyst, Value Preservation Group

Apply REF: VAL000007
Business Overview:
The Value Preservation Group (“VPG”) is the internal workout/restructuring platform within the Corporate and Institutional Bank (“CIB”), responsible for the management of deteriorating, distressed and or bankrupt exposures including loan, derivative and equity positions that were originated across CIB. VPG is engaged by the originating business line at various levels of involvement depending on the level of attention required, including:

Advisor: VPG acts in an advisory capacity to the business line for financings to clients which have an uncertain financial outlook, providing the business line with an initial diagnosis and real time advice, with no direct intervention with the client

Co-Pilot: VPG works with the business line in a deal team format and is actively and directly involved in all client meetings, syndicate bank group discussions and steering committee meetings. VPG's validation is required for all credit decisions

Pilot: VPG takes the lead role in managing the restructuring and negotiating process, and is responsible for validating all important credit decisions. Credit proposals are written jointly by VPG and the business line

Transfer: The file is transferred to VPG and the business line withdraws from active involvement in the management of the file. VPG is responsible for preparing all credit requests, making all decisions pertaining to the file and solely representing the firm in all meetings. VPG also assumes responsibility for the client relationship.

VPG is seeking an Analyst to work with senior VPG account officers in New York.


• Provide deal team support to senior VPG account officers
• Perform credit analysis, financial analysis, cash flow projections and valuation analysis to assist in the active monitoring of VPG accounts, the structuring and or assessment of restructuring proposals, and for provisioning purposes
• Interface with the business lines, Risk, and Middle Office to coordinate the restructuring and credit processes
• Analyze company business plans
• Evaluate work of third party consultants
• Prepare credit and restructuring proposals
• Prepare internal reports and memos to update senior management
• Work with internal legal and outside counsel to evaluate and summarize legal issues
• Work on ad hoc projects as needed

Minimum Required Qualifications

• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Working knowledge of the fundamentals of accounting and finance, with a preference for candidates with experience in financial statement and cash flow analysis
• Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.)
• Ability to prioritize multiple projects simultaneously in a challenging environment
• Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work transversally across the organization as required and maintain high standards of professionalism in all dealings with team members and external clients
• Ability to develop a working knowledge of the restructuring process and the products originated in the business lines across CIB

Preferred Qualifications:

• Required: Bachelor’s Degree or foreign equivalent with preference for concentrations in Finance or Accounting
• 1-3 years of experience in a financial role

FINRA Registrations Required:

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Primary Location: US-NY-New YorkJob Type: Standard / PermanentJob: MISCELLANEOUSEducation Level: Bachelor Degree or equivalent (>= 3 years)Experience Level: At least 2 yearsSchedule: Full-time Behavioural competency: Ability to synthetize / simplifyTransversal competency: Ability to set up relevant performance indicators