Deloitte Deloitte Corporate Finance - Investment Banking 2022 Summer Analyst in Dallas, Texas
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Join Deloitte’s Corporate Finance practice and accelerate your learning and career trajectory. As an Investment Banking Analyst Intern, you will work side by side with experienced and execution-focused investment bankers, as well as clients from a wide range of industries including consumer & retail, healthcare, business services, and global industrials. With a focus on Mergers & Acquisitions (“M&A”), our practice advises clients through critical stages of the transaction process and is intimately involved each step of the way. Even as an Intern, you can become a value-added deal team member offering meaningful contributions to the practice. The Intern program attracts ambitious, high-caliber candidates who are seeking responsibility and a unique introduction to the world of M&A. Many of our Interns return to the practice full time following the receipt of their undergraduate degree.
Work You’ll Do
Working closely with client-facing deal teams, you will provide recommendations that are aligned with an organization’s business goals and overall strategic and transactional objectives. Constructing financial models to help clients assess growth strategies, capital structure decisions, and transaction alternatives will help you develop a comprehensive technical skill set. Concurrently, you will employ a number of core valuation methodologies to help businesses evaluate their worth in the marketplace and advise them on appropriate ranges at which to conduct transactions. Also, you will have the opportunity to learn how to appropriately position businesses in the investor community by articulating value propositions and anticipating potential concerns. Across these responsibilities, you will receive considerable exposure to senior bankers and clients as you participate in each phase of the transaction process.
Regardless of project type, your work will require:
Ability to analyze companies from a financial, operational, and industry perspective
Ability to work independently and collaboratively with a team on multiple tasks and assignments
Demonstrated leadership and strong verbal and written communication skills
How You’ll Grow
Our internship is structured as a 10-week program that kicks off with preparation from both leading Wall Street training organizations and practice-specific modules led by our professionals. These training modules will provide part of the foundation that will help you to succeed in your internship. Throughout the program, your leadership and talent professionals will also work to deliver engaging learning and networking opportunities and a variety of social activities to enhance your internship experience. Along the way, you’ll have access to mentoring, counseling, and training opportunities to help foster and accelerate your development of new skills and capabilities.
Enrollment in a Bachelor’s degree program in Finance, Accounting, and/or Economics or related field
Willingness to travel
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future
Strong academic track record (GPA of 3.2 or above)
Relevant work experience or work experience in a professional environment (e.g., internships, summer positions, school jobs)
Our Corporate Finance team assists clients with financial and strategic advisory to include sellside and buyside M&A, capital raising, and evaluation of corporate finance alternatives including Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOPs”). Interns work in a collaborative environment where real-time performance feedback is encouraged and will be given responsibilities based on performance and capability. Opportunities for full-time positions may be available to high performers. Learn more about our Corporate Finance practice.
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