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Associate Investment Intern Officer in Sao Paulo, Brazil (World bank)
IFC’s C3P unit seeks an World bank Associate Investment Intern Officer in Sao Paulo to support the development of public-private partnerships, particularly in infrastructure and social sectors, through initiatives like the Private Sector Partnership Program with BNDES and IDB.
Roles and Responsibilities World bank Associate Investment Intern Officer
The Associate Investment Officer will work as or closely with team leaders as part of the project team to assist in the origination, due diligence, structuring, negotiation, and bidding of infrastructure projects.
The AIO will work with national, state, and local level governments in Brazil and in the LAC Region in identifying and developing PPP transactions for infrastructure projects.
Contribute to origination and marketing activities including preparation of pitch books, market analysis, project assessments and proposals.
Prepare memos and documentation for internal approval and consultant procurement processes.
Perform financial analysis and modeling.
Assist in project management, coordination with transaction lawyers and technical consultants.
Preparation of due diligence and transaction structuring reports, and review of legal, commercial, and technical outputs and documentation.
Assist in preparation of information memorandums, pre-qualification, and tender documentation.
Assist in marketing to potential investors, conducting international competitive tenders and commercial/financial closure.
Participate in meetings with government clients and investors; and
Assist in other project or strategy related activities as the need may arise (research, reporting, etc.).
Solid and relevant experience of a minimum of five years in the PPP industry, gained in a financial or advisory institution either in project finance, corporate finance, M&A and privatizations, or private equity funds focused on infrastructure.
Knowledge of overall industry sector trends and experience in infrastructure transactions/PPPs in Latin America and the Caribbean with a proven track record.
Strong financial modeling skills.
Strong analytical and conceptual skills and ability to communicate ideas clearly and confidently.
Good presentation skills both written and oral.
Willingness and ability to travel on short notice and frequently, as required.
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Portuguese.