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Intern, Infrastructure Investments (January - April 2025)

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You must be enrolled in a relevant Bachelor's or Master's program, have strong academic performance, financial modeling skills, be a team player, communicate effectively, have a positive attitude, respect diverse opinions, be bilingual in English and French, and have the right to work in Canada.
  • You will conduct financial analysis, assess investment opportunities, build valuation models, research companies, and support due diligence in infrastructure investments.

Off-cycle Internship

Legal, Banking & FinanceMontréal


  • We focus on building long-term partnerships with operators, peers and industry leaders. Our ability to deploy large amounts of capital and our flexible investment horizon allow us to commit to large-scale projects, as well as targeted growth opportunities including through industry platforms. We invest across diverse sectors, from renewables to telecommunications and transport.  


  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelor of Commerce, Law or in a Master’s in Business, Science, Engineering or Mathematics, with an interest in finance
  • High academic achievement
  • Experience in financial modeling/excel an asset
  • A team player who enjoys a high-performance culture
  • Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively (written and oral)
  • Positive proactive attitude with a strong desire to learn
  • A respect for differences of opinion and an inclusive mindset
  • Must return to studies after the internship or the internship must be part of your curriculum
  • Good communications skills in English and French (or willingness to learn) *Regular interactions in English with investment partners based outside of Quebec Example: peers, bankers, brokerage firms, etc. and PSP employees in our offices in Hong Kong, London and New York, and interactions in French with employees in our local offices in Montreal and Ottawa..
  • Candidates must have the right to work in Canada* for the period specified  to be considered for this position.  No support to obtain the right to work will be provided.
  • *Options include Canadian citizenship, permanent residency or a valid open work permit. 

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Banking & Finance


  • As an Intern, Infrastructure Investments, you’ll work closely with the team’s analysts and associates in conducting the following tasks:
  • Conduct preliminary analysis of investment opportunities and assess investment thesis including key merits and risks
  • Assess target companies’ historical and projected financial information, strategic positioning and value proposition, industry dynamics, regulatory environment and other pertinent factors
  • Prepare, support and recommend equity valuation for target companies:
  • Build detailed financial models for DCF valuation, determine and substantiate key valuation assumptions, conduct sensitivity analyses on main value drivers
  • Form a view on an appropriate expected return, commensurate with the level of risk embedded in the underwritten business plan (use CAPM, precedent transactions, etc.)
  • Research relevant public information available on listed comparable companies and precedent transactions, use key findings to compare and triangulate with DCF valuation
  • Participate in key due diligence activities conducted on target companies, including coordination and review of the work performed by third-party advisors (commercial, legal, accounting, tax, environmental, etc.)
  • Participate in the preparation of investment memorandums and presentation of recommendations to the Infrastructure Investment Committee


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Application deadline

Jun 2, 2024