• Excellent
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Goodman Masson
  • 2019-05-23

M&A Analyst - Dubai (top tier bank)

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Salary: Excellent

One of the most prestigious Investment Banks is currently looking to hire an Analyst into their M&A team in Dubai.

This bank has an excellent presence across all M&A sectors and is certainly one of the best known names in Investment Banking. This bank is renowned for executing deals. Whist pitching is a necessary part of any M&A team this bank pride themselves on giving all of their employees fantastic deal execution exposure. As a result employees typically take on more responsibility earlier in their career than they might do elsewhere.    

The bank has exceptional relationships with governments, regulators, sovereign wealth funds and private equity houses as well as established relationships with family businesses across the Middle East. They have advised on some of the region's most complex and high profile transactions   

The successful candidate must be capable of operating at the Analyst level. All sector backgrounds will be considered (although the team does not really focus on FIG). The priority is to hire strong Investment Bankers with excellent execution experience.   

The ideal candidate will currently be working within a leading Investment Bank or leading Boutique whilst experience gained within a corporate development or Lead Advisory team at one of the Big 4 would be equally well received. All candidates must possess a demonstrable track record in deal execution.      

This represents an excellent opportunity to join one of the very best Investment Banking houses and be a part of a successful and growing M&A platform. It is the opportunity to join a bank with an excellent reputation in the region and be a key member of team backed to grow. The philosophy of this bank is to empower all employees from analyst level upwards so, as a member of this team, you should gain unparalleled deal experience and client interaction