M&A Vice President
About the job:
Nomura’s Investment Banking Division provides a vast array of advisory and capital-raising solutions to corporations, financial institutions, governments and public-sector organizations around the world. Our global teams act as geographic, product and industry specialists.
Collaborating across geographies and products, we provide comprehensive and innovative financing, advisory and risk solutions to our clients across global sectors such as consumer retail, infrastructure, natural resources and power, healthcare, technology, financial institutions and financial sponsors.
EMEA Mergers & Acquisitions is the one of the largest and highest profile teams within the Investment Banking Division, reflecting the importance of M&A execution and Nomura’s emphasis on M&A. The team comprises seven managing and executive directors, supported by mid- and junior level bankers, drawn from a variety of countries and backgrounds.
Nomura secured its position as one of the world’s leading global M&A advisors, Nomura ranking #11 in 2020 global M&A (Bloomberg) announced league table, with $174.5bn in announced global M&A transactions for the year. During the year where global M&A deal volumes decreased by 8%, Nomura increased its announced deal volumes by 71%, nearly doubling its M&A market share.
In a year of advising on numerous marquee transactions around the globe, Nomura has demonstrated particular expertise in complex cross-border M&A, with a good mix of sell-side and buy-side M&A, having led key transactions including,
NTT DoCoMo’s $40.3 billion sale to NTT
7-Eleven’s landmark $21 billion acquisition of Speedway
Norfund’s $1.8 billion sale of SN Power to Scatec Solar
GlobalWafers’ $4.5bn announced acquisition of Siltronic
Renesas’ €4.9bn announced acquisition of Dialog Semiconductor
Key objectives critical to success:
Typical work includes (i) taking a lead role in execution, including leading and overseeing financial analysis, modelling and valuation, financial due diligence, process management and client deal team interaction as well as (ii) client and sector coverage, including generating transaction ideas and providing deep sector insight both internally and externally
Required to co-ordinate and work with all other product, geography and industry teams, including: M&A, Leverage Finance, Debt Capital Markets and Equity Advisory
Opportunity to work on a range of transaction types, including sell-side M&A, buy-side M&A, leveraged buyouts, equity advisory mandates, for a broad range of public, private or governmental clients
Broad engagement across teams / groups, for example: M&A, Leverage Financed, Financial Sponsors, DCM, Equity Advisory, Structured and Risk solutions (e.g. IR, FX swaps)
Skills, experience, qualifications and knowledge required:
A proven background in Corporate Finance from either a bank/ boutique advisory firm or the Corporate Finance, Modelling and Valuation, Transaction Services groups of a large accounting firm.
Previous experience in Transport or Infrastructure-focused banking group
Excellent financial modelling experience (e.g. operating models, merger models, LBO)
Experience in buy-side and sell-side M&A
Project management: ability to manage teams to deliver to client needs
Strong communications skills: ability to interact confidently with banking professionals and clients
Outstanding analytical skills, including ability to perform data analysis
Team work: experience of working in a project based environment with tight deadlines
Strong academic record
Understand clients’ needs and issues, and provide solutions utilizing Nomura Group company’s resources, earn the clients’ trust
Acquire a wide range of knowledge as an employee of Nomura, instead of focusing only on one’s own area of expertise; play a part in improving the company’s services level and corporate value
Take on new challenges for improvement and cultivate a corporate culture of challenge by driving change in business operations
Ensure views are not biased, accept different opinions and perspectives, and collaborate with other members to create common values
Provide appropriate guidance to others and act in a manner that places emphasis on the performance and growth of the organization
Improve further the understanding and awareness of corporate philosophy, professional ethics, compliance risk management, and code of conduct, and make decisions and take actions from a management position
Right to Work
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Diversity & Inclusion
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We do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, gender identity and gender expression, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
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