Assistant Manager, Advisory & Capital Markets (ACMA)

Job Description

Vision & Scope

The role is supposed to help the Bank to achieve its mission in “stimulating  a consistent expansion of and diversification of African trade so as to rapidly increase Africa’s share of global trade, while operating as a first class, profit oriented, socially responsible financial institution and a centre of excellence in African trade matters” through supporting the development and operations of the Advisory & Capital Markets department.

Nature & Scope

The unit will earn advisory fees for providing specialist advisory services relating to the following:

  • Capital raising for corporate and government agencies;
  • Capital allocation across competing projects;
  • Growth strategies including mergers and acquisitions;
  • Corporate restructuring including divestitures, privatizations, disposals, and spin offs;
  • Company valuations;
  • Due diligence reviews;
  • Reaching key stakeholders and disseminating information about the Bank;
  • Preparation of investor pitches and project documents.
Duties & Responsibilities
  • Performing valuation and financial analyses to assist in decision making;
  • Performing investment appraisal using various techniques and  methodologies; 
  • Preparing and analyzing financial models and financial statements;
  • Developing and drafting term sheets for transactions in line with customer’s request and the Bank’s evaluation;
  • Drafting teaser presentations and information memorandums for clients;
  • Managing the evolution of the department’s pipeline;
  • Evaluating scope of work, terms of reference and managing the selection process of consultants for the due diligence exercises;
  • Attending Internal (PAC, CRECO, etc.) & external meetings on behalf of the department;
  • Responsible for driving the department’s investor outreach and network; 
  • Liaising with relevant departments in communicating queries and obtaining feedback to clients; 
  • Any other duties assigned by the director of the department.

Personal Specification

Skills, Knowledge & Attitude
  • Degree in a relevant field from a recognized University backed up by appropriate experience of at least 5 years; 
  • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting; 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank’s other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).
  • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates, and governments; 
  • Demonstrated organizational capabilities, including ability to manage workload with limited supervision to attain goals.



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