Saudi Aramco Careers
Downstream Financial Analyst
Requisition ID: 1012179
Req Number: 14813BR
As one of the world’s largest fully integrated energy enterprises, Saudi Aramco not only looks for individuals who can meet our expectations but for those individuals who can exceed them. Downstream are currently seeking an experienced Downstream Financial Analyst to join the Chemicals Business Strategy & Development Department.
The successful applicant will have worked in investment banking or management consulting in support of the evaluation and execution of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), restructuring, divestitures, and raising capital in leading international companies. The candidate will be experienced in analyzing financial statements, building financial models, running valuations, preparing related company information briefs (teasers), information memoranda (IM) for corporate management, and other marketing materials.
You will have experienced many aspects of transaction valuations, and the structuring of the transactions, this also includes experience in building presentations and materials for corporate management.
Suitable applicants will have worked on international projects along with interfacing routinely with international companies. Ideally, you will be at an advanced level in building and operating detailed financial models, considering all possible scenarios and sensitivities.
As the successful candidates you will hold a bachelors’ degree in business administration, economics, accounting, engineering or its equivalent. MBA or CFA preferred.
You will have a minimum of 5+ years of experience, be highly knowledgeable in business development, mergers and acquisitions, and have solid experience in analyzing venturing activities such as commercialization, spin-offs, or joint venturing.
Duties & Responsibilities:
The incumbent will build an infrastructure of analytical, valuation and decision-making tools to support the evaluation of acquisition opportunities.
Conduct financial analysis and valuation of targeted public, and private companies, and business units using Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) analysis, trading and transaction comparables, sum of the parts, and other valuation methodologies.
Other aspects include developing comprehensive financial models to include P&L, BS, and CF statements including sensitivities. Evaluate acquisition targets debt capacity, preliminary financing structures, and assess acquisition opportunities in the context of the company's overall downstream strategy.