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Debt Advisory Consultant (m/f) - Job based in Luxembourg

Date:  13-Sep-2021
Location: 

Luxembourg, LU

Company:  Deloitte Luxembourg
Job Function:  Financial Advisory Services
Seniority:  Senior levels
Contract Type:  Open-term

Your future team

 
Debt Advisory team is part of the Financial Advisory sub-service line at Deloitte Luxembourg and a member of a wider global Debt Advisory network. We are a market leader for complex mid-market debt raising transactions and credit advisory both in Benelux and across Europe. Our team serves prestigious Luxembourg and international clients across a wide spectrum of industries.

Your next challenge

 

•    Working on a wide range of debt advisory projects with regular interaction with clients, banks, advisors and other service lines
•    Industry/company research and credit risk assessment for both deal origination and transaction analysis
•    Analyzing loan portfolios and their performance in the context of a transaction
•    Performing or reviewing valuations of illiquid debt instruments
•    Reviewing and optimizing loan granting and monitoring procedures for banks and private debt funds
•    Assisting with day to day management of transaction processes, including the preparation of information packs, management presentations, financial analysis and client communications in the context of a fundraising transactions
•    Contribution to marketing and business development activities

 

Your skills


•    At least 3 years of experience in a similar position at an advisory firm, bank or investment fund
•    Master degree in Accounting, Economics, Finance or similar subject. A professional qualification (e.g. CFA, ACA) would be a plus
•    Good understanding of loan documentation and credit risk assessment
•    Financial modelling, including analyzing business forecasts and performing scenario analysis
•    Strong analytical and problem-solving skills as well as results-oriented attitude
•    Ability to work in a team as well as independently
•    Eagerness to work in a client-focused and high quality-driven environment
•    Ability to meet tight deadlines and work under pressure
•    Fluency in English. Fluency in French or German would be considered an asset

 

Join us and...

 

  • Develop your competencies with a tailor-made training plan
  • Work with recognized experts and be part of a dynamic team delivering cutting-edge solutions to our clients
  • Benefit from a complementary health insurance, conciergerie services, car leasing possibilities and much more 
  • Team up with dynamic and energetic professionals within a challenging and knowledge-sharing environment

What impact will you make?

 

Every day, your work will make an impact that matters, while you thrive in a dynamic culture of inclusion, collaboration and high performance. Deloitte is where you will find unrivalled opportunities to succeed and realize your full potential.

Our global standards enable us to deliver consistent, exceptional services across the globe, whilst continuously developing our Talents. Click here to discover what is expected from you in this role.

 

Get to know more about Deloitte; Facebook page, LinkedIn page or website.

 

Deloitte Luxembourg, with around 2,300 employees and with more than 77 nationalities, is a member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, one of the world's leading professional services firms in audit, tax, financial advisory and consulting. Every day our multidisciplinary teams work together to offer innovative solutions to our clients' complex issues. At the heart of Europe, Luxembourg is a cosmopolitan economic center. The thriving diverse cultural life, the many sporting activities and its vast open spaces make Luxembourg unique and a great place to live.

 

Join us in enabling a diverse and inclusive environment for all!

 

Diversity and inclusion bring great value to our profession and community, and build our ability to deliver truly differentiated solutions and experiences to our clients. Deloitte is committed to creating and supporting a culture of inclusion that empowers all of our people to be at their best on both a personal and professional level.

Requisition ID:  5882