Mizuho Corporate Bank 2018 Summer Analyst Program - North American Banking in New York, New York
About the ProgramMizuho offers a ten-week internship program during student’s final summer prior to graduation. We aim to immerse summer analysts into the daily life of an investment banker. The work will include project oriented tasks including financial analysis, financial modeling, and the development of thought-led pitch book materials in collaboration with our industry-leading product partners. By working at Mizuho, interns will gain an in-depth understanding of how a leading and growing global bank operates in the American market. Prior to beginning work with the team, we provide in-house and external technical training, covering core investment banking skills including accounting and financial modeling. From day one, summer analysts will have the same responsibilities as our full-time analysts, working side-by-side with senior leaders on pitch materials for Mizuho’s existing and prospective clients, as well as the origination and execution of advisory and capital markets transactions. We aim to provide summer analysts with the overall Mizuho experience, and look to invite top performers back to join the institution as a full-time analysts following graduation.
Perform in-depth company, financial and industry analysis (both qualitative and quantitative) in support of the origination process;
Facilitate and coordinate idea generation between A&S, product groups and relationship bankers, developing client solutions across Mizuho’s broad platform of global capabilities;
Responsible for a significant amount of financial modeling (merger, DCF, LBO);
Develop and prepare comprehensive pitch materials that rely on rigorous analysis and the utilization of A&S technology;
Assist in evaluation, preparation, due diligence and execution of capital markets and advisory transactions;
Aid in prospecting for new client relationships by screening industries on various quantitative and qualitative metrics;
Collaborate with other groups within Mizuho as part of the customer relationship management and business development functions;
Prepare high-profile internal sector strategy papers in coordination with division heads; and
Collaborate with other interns across offices and product groups on a summer-long group project that will be presented to Senior Management at the Bank.
Minimum 3.2 GPA and enrolled in the penultimate year of college/university
Working toward a degree in Finance, Business, Accounting, Liberal Arts, or a related field
Proficiency in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint required; experience with Bloomberg, and CapitalIQ preferred
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong team-player mentality
Prior work experience in banking/ finance or strong interest in pursuing a career in finance
- We are currently recruiting for roles in: New York, Chicago, Houston and San Francisco
Mizuho Bank Ltd. offers a competitive total rewards package.
We are an EEO/AA Employer - M/F/Disability/Veteran.
We participate in the E-Verify program.
We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Mizuho Americas is a leading financial institution that offers clients award-winning strategic and creative solutions in corporate and investment banking, financing, securities, treasury services, asset management, research and more. We have experts in offices throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Chile. Our operations in the Americas connect our broad client base of major corporations, financial institutions and public sector entities to local markets and the vast global network of our parent company—Mizuho Financial Group.
Mizuho Financial Group is one of the largest financial institutions in the world, offering comprehensive financial and strategic services including private banking and venture capital through its subsidiaries. Based in Japan, the group has over 56,000 professionals working in 920 offices in nearly 40 countries throughout Asia, EMEA, and the Americas. As of March 31, 2016 its total assets were $1.8 trillion.