2014 Corporate Banking Credit Analyst Summer InternBookmark This
2231 Cottman Avenue
DescriptionHeadquartered in Toronto, Canada, with 77,000 employees in offices around the world, TD Bank Group, (“TDBG”), is a top 10 bank in North America. TD and its subsidiaries provide a wide range of bank and capital markets products and services to its clients with over $180 billion in assets and approximately 27,000 employees in the United States. Corporate Banking is a division of TD focused on expanding existing and potential future corporate client relationships within the United States. Our professionals direct teams from across the organization in providing banking, foreign exchange, derivative, trade finance, advisory and capital markets solutions to America’s largest companies.
TD offers its U.S.-based employees the advantage of working in a highly focused boutique-type environment, while being part of a major global financial institution. You will be exposed to a wide variety of clients, industries, financing structures and products. You will also work in a team environment, honing the credit and corporate banking skills necessary to develop a successful career in finance.
Analyst Interns in our Corporate Banking group are primarily involved with the structuring, evaluation, and execution of debt transactions from inception through closing, as well as the ongoing tracking of customer performance. Working with clients in a variety of industries, you will gain exposure to different business models and industry dynamics.
In this capacity you will:
•Prepare client presentations and marketing material;
•Spread and monitor clients’ historical financial performance;
•Perform client competitor analysis;
•Create detailed models to project clients’ future cash flows and credit ratios;
•Gather and analyze trends in qualitative and quantitative data;
•Analyze deal structures;
•Prepare and present credit recommendations;
•Compile data through due diligence and prepare comprehensive credit reviews that analyze transactions and client risks;
•Perform valuation analysis applying relevant methodologies; and
•Assist with deal negotiations and documentation;