Director, Energy Transition & Climate Tech, Investment Banking (VP level)

Director, Energy Transition & Climate Tech, Investment Banking (VP level) page is loaded Director, Energy Transition & Climate Tech, Investment Banking (VP level) Apply locations New York, NY time type Full time posted on Posted 6 Days Ago job requisition id 2304008 We’re building a relationship-oriented bank for the modern world. We need talented, passionate professionals who are dedicated to doing what’s right for our clients. At CIBC, we embrace your strengths and your ambitions, so you are empowered at work. Our team members have what they need to make a meaningful impact and are truly valued for who they are and what they contribute. To learn more about CIBC, please visit Job Description What You’ll Be DoingThe Director for Global Investment Banking – Energy, Infrastructure, & Transition will work with Managing Directors, Executive Directors, Directors, Associates and Analysts to expand CIBC Global Investment Banking’s presence in the Energy, Infrastructure, & Transition sectors in the US. The Director will be focused on the Climate Technology space and will lead the execution of mandates including both capital raises and M&A transactions through analytical financial structuring, oversight over developing detailed financial models, and conducting research along with other senior professionals in the group. The Director will be required to foster and develop client relationships through a depth of knowledge of the Climate Technology sector, regulatory issues and relevant economic/political trends.CIBC is a leading Canadian-based financial institution with over 45,000 employees globally and annual revenue in excess of $14 billion. CIBC World Markets is the Capital Markets arm of CIBC, which provides a wide range of investment banking, global markets, credit, and research products and services to government, institutional, corporate and retail clients in North America and in key markets around the world. CIBC World Markets employees work in highly disciplined cross-functional teams to leverage industry knowledge and deliver innovative capital solutions and advisory expertise across a wide range of sectors.The Energy, Infrastructure, & Transition (“EIT”) practice provides investment banking services to targeted clients in the infrastructure, power, utility, conventional energy, and energy transition and climate technology segments. We primarily support our clients through a variety of transactions including M&A, equity and debt financings, government funding and relations, tax equity, and strategic and capital structure advisory. EIT manages a market leading platform from our offices in New York, Houston, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and London.The Energy Transition & Climate Technology team’s coverage mandate includes carbon capture, utilization & storage, low carbon fuels, energy storage, hydrogen, energy efficiency, and distributed energy resources as core target technology segments.How You’ll SucceedLead the execution of Climate Technology sector advisory and financing mandatesAct as the central point of contact between the deal team and client team members throughout transaction executionConduct client meetings alongside other CIBC team membersLead and oversee financial modeling and analyses and provide corresponding recommendations to internal and client stakeholdersConduct deal related due diligence activities and present findings internally as well as directly to the clientWork with outside working group members including legal advisors, tax & accounting advisors, technical advisors, market/demand advisors, insurance advisors, auditors, etc.Maintain responsibility for the overall information and communication flow on deal teamsDevelop and maintain a thorough understanding of our clients’ businesses, investment portfolios and industry to assist in the identification and analysis of investment banking opportunitiesDevelop and maintain a thorough understanding of the relevant investors in the Climate Technology sector and contribute to relationship building with themShare material developments in the Climate Technology industry and policy with relevant team membersIdentify and anticipate our clients’ needs and provide excellent client service through coverage and transaction executionCoordinate and contribute to client-focused and deal-focused “brainstorming” sessions with relevant team membersLiaise with other units of CIBC Capital Markets in preparing proposals for clientsActively manage and mentor the Associates and Analysts in the Energy, Infrastructure and Transition Investment Banking team and provide regular coaching, teaching, and feedbackEnsure that recommendations and opinions offered to clients are in compliance with legislationAt all times maintain the professional standards and policies of CIBCWho You Are You can demonstrate experience with: 5-8 years of previous investment banking experience required with a completion of an MBA and/or CFA preferredDemonstrated transaction execution experience involving equity capital raises for private companiesKnowledge of and passion for the Energy, Infrastructure, Transition & Climate Technology sectorsDetailed knowledge of the various sources of capital and their respective investor/buyer bases focused on the Energy, Infrastructure, Transition & Climate Technology sectorsWell-developed analytical and modeling skills evidenced by an ability to define what drives outcomes, to surface potential alternative hypotheses and to test alternatives using insightful analysisProven ability to pay close attention to detail and multi-task under tight deadlinesExtremely dedicated and motivated individual with high career aspirations and a proven ability to contribute to high performance teams. Must be capable of assuming high levels of responsibility for assignments to be completed within short time framesWell-developed interpersonal and relationship building skills in order to develop, manage and leverage relationships with clients, investors, and internal and/or external business partnersProven ability to manage and develop junior staff through coaching, mentoring and teaching core technical concepts and soft skillsWell-developed presentation skills evidenced by ability to be a focused, confident and persuasive presenterExcellent analytical ability including demonstrated knowledge of valuation techniques, Corporate Finance theories and accounting principlesValues matter to you. You bring your real self to work and you live our values – trust, teamwork, and accountability.What CIBC OffersAt CIBC, your goals are a priority. We start with your strengths and ambitions as an employee and strive to create opportunities to tap into your potential. We aspire to give you a career, rather than just a paycheck.We work to recognize you in meaningful, personalized ways including a competitive salary, incentive pay, banking benefits, a health benefits program, and MomentMakers, our social, points-based recognition program.Our spaces and technological toolkit will make it simple to bring together great minds to create innovative solutions that make a difference for our clients.We cultivate a culture where you can express your ambition through initiatives like Purpose Day; a paid day off dedicated for you to use to invest in your growth and development.Conduct and Culture RiskOur CIBC risk culture is based on employees striving to exceed the expectations of ourselves and our leadership’s identification and mitigation of risks in their daily responsibilities, not just in quarterly or annual monitoring/assessments.  We all are accountable for managing risk.As an employee of CIBC the incumbent must conduct themselves (and foster an environment for others) in a manner consistent with our strong risk culture. This includes:Following all aspects of the CIBC Code of Conduct, as well as all applicable CIBC policies, frameworks, guidelines, processes and controlsAt all times acting in accordance with our Purpose and shared values, to achieve our Bank’s strategic goalsUnderstanding and following the qualitative and quantitative components of our Risk Appetite StatementsCompleting all annual Corporate Mandatory Training and Testing modules, as well as any additional business-specific modules, as required and employing the learnings in daily activities and undertakingsEscalating matters through one of the appropriate channels identified in the CIBC Code of Conduct (i.e., HR, management, Ethics Hotline, Whistleblower, etc.) upon observing activities that may be inconsistent with CIBC’s policies, frameworks, guidelines, processes and controls, and where applicable, assist in the resolution of sameSpeaking up if witnessing behaviors that drive poor or unfair outcomes for clients, team members or other stakeholdersEscalating matters that can result in adverse market practices and outcomes, thereby negatively impacting CIBC’s reputation as a leading financial institutionAt CIBC, we offer a competitive total rewards package. This role has an expected salary of $250,000 for the New York, NY market based on experience, qualifications, and location of the position. The successful candidate may be eligible to participate in the relevant business unit’s incentive compensation plan, which also may include a discretionary bonus component. CIBC offers a full range of benefits and programs to meet our employee’s needs; including Medical, Dental, Vision, Health Savings Account, Life Insurance, Disability, and Other Insurance Plans, Paid Time Off (including Sick Leave, Parental Leave, and Vacation), Holidays, and 401(k), in addition to other special perks reserved for our team members.Candidates hired to work in other locations will be subject to the pay range associated with that location. Additional total compensation and benefits details will be provided during the hiring process. What you need to know CIBC is committed to creating an inclusive environment where all team members and clients feel like they belong. We seek applicants with a wide range of abilities and we provide an accessible candidate experience. If you need accommodation, please contact You need to be legally eligible to work at the location(s) specified above and, where applicable, must have a valid work or study permit .Job LocationNY-300 Madison Ave., 5th Floor Employment Type RegularWeekly Hours40SkillsDeal Execution Similar Jobs (3) Director, Commodities Trading locations New York, NY time type Full time posted on Posted 5 Days Ago Senior Program Manager, Risk Appetite, US ERM Programs locations 2 Locations time type Full time posted on Posted 30+ Days Ago At CIBC, we are in business to help our clients, employees and shareholders achieve what is important to them. Our ability to create value for all CIBC stakeholders is driven by a business culture based on common values: Trust, Teamwork and Accountability. Working with CIBC makes you a part of a work environment committed to our clients, employees and communities – a place where you can excel. Every day, our 44,000 employees help our clients achieve their financial goals, because what matters to our clients, matters to us.

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