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Intern, Valuation Governance (September – December 2024)

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Montréal

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  • You must be a Bachelor of Commerce student, proficient in Finance/Accounting, pursuing professional designations, skilled in analytical tools, detail-oriented, collaborative, bilingual in English/French, with the right to work in Canada for this internship.
  • You'll support valuation governance by assisting with planning, executing valuation processes, developing financial models, analyzing market trends, and preparing reports.

Off-cycle Internship

Accounting & Tax, Banking & FinanceMontréal

Description

  • The Valuation Governance team’s mandate is to hold organizational accountability over the private investments' valuation process, playing a key role in the final valuation recommendation.
  • More specifically, the team reviews the valuations of all private investments (infrastructure, real estate, private equity, natural resources, private debt). The team is also responsible for maintaining “best practices” and good governance in private asset valuations.
  • The Intern will assist in the review of valuations of private. He/she will participate in preparing the documentation that is needed to be submitted to the valuation committees. Overall, he/she will work with all private investment groups, the Investment Finance team and the Taxation group.

Requirements

  • Enrolled in a Bachelor of Commerce, with a focus in Finance or Accounting
  • Pursuit of professional designations (CFA, CBV, CPA, CA), an asset
  • Superior level of proficiency with business software and analytical tools
  • Demonstrated initiative and curiosity to look beyond surface facts and conduct comprehensive, fact-based, value-added research
  • Attention to detail and rigorous approach to research, analysis and documentation
  • Ability to work collaboratively, cultivating meaningful relationships with colleagues
  • Must return to studies after the internship or the internship must be part of your curriculum
  • Proficiency in English and French (or willingness to learn) (frequent interactions in English with PSP employees based 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

Accounting & Tax
Banking & Finance

Responsibilities

  • As an Intern, Valuation Governance, you’ll:
  • Support members of the Valuation Governance team with the planning and execution of the quarterly valuation process
  • Participate in the development and/or validation of financial models related to investments and analyze the impact of different assumptions on the valuation
  • Update and analyze comparable company multiples and metrics
  • Participate in the analysis of industry trends and help monitor market events and analyze the impact that these events may have on investment valuations
  • Assist with the preparation of summary memorandum
  • Perform any other duties, as required

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Application deadline

Jun 2, 2024

Location

Montréal