A/SA, Investment (Industrials, Business Services, Energy & Resources) (10361)

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Temasek International Pte Ltd
Singapore, Singapore
03 May 2023
02 Jun 2023
Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Core Functions & Responsibilities:
• Taking part in identifying key sectoral developments and assessing investment opportunities within IBE's global sub-sectors coverage;
• Conducting research and financial analysis on assigned sub-sectors and relevant companies;
• Developing financial models and presentations for internal evaluation and investment committees;
• Structuring and consummating new direct investments as well as pursuing divestments where appropriate;
• Monitoring existing portfolio companies and new direct investments (where applicable) against investment theses, as well as collaborating with Portfolio Development team on asset reviews and value creation opportunities;
• Establishing and cultivating relationships (including travel) with companies, research analysts and other relevant institutions; and
• Assisting with team's regular portfolio reporting and periodic firm-wide strategic initiatives.

Qualifications & Capabilities:
• Excellent academic qualifications in any discipline and passion for investing.
• 1-3 years of working experience in asset management, corporate/business development, investment banking, corporate finance, consulting, operational and/or other related backgrounds.
• High level of interpersonal, presentation and written communication skills.
• Ability to work well within diverse teams and collaborate across multiple stakeholders.
• Self-starter with proven ability to manage multiple priorities and to work independently.
• Familiar with use of appropriate electronic data sources (e.g. Bloomberg, Factiva, Capital IQ, etc) for business and industry information research and productivity tools (e.g. Microsoft Office, Tableau, etc).
• Professional certificate(s) in technology-related and statistical domains (e.g. data science, machine learning, etc) is preferred but not essential.