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TD Securities

Investment Banking Analyst - Syndicated and Leveraged Finance


TD Securities provides a wide range of capital market products and services to corporate, financial sponsor and institutional clients. The firm works with clients around the world, focusing selectively and strategically on the key financial centers: Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, New York, London, Singapore and Tokyo.


At TD Securities, the Syndicated and Leveraged Finance function is an integral part of the full suite of services we offer under Investment Banking. Our Investment Banking professionals provide corporate clients with capital markets and banking advice and transaction execution.


TD Securities offers its U.S.-based employees the advantage of working in a highly focused boutique-type operation, while being part of a major global investment dealer. Confidence in our U.S. operations systems stems from the recognition of our in-depth industry knowledge and from our outstanding credit, structuring, research and distribution capabilities.


At TD Securities, you will learn the financing business and gain a competitive advantage of your own. You will be exposed to a wide variety of clients, industries, financing structures and products. You will also work in a team environment, honing the credit and investment banking skills necessary to be a successful investment banker today.



Analysts work with a group of experienced professionals as they pitch, advise and execute. Working under the overall direction of senior bankers you will be assigned to transactions and will stick with the clients and the deals as they move, for example, from a bridge loan to a debt issue or advisory mandate.


In This Capacity You Will

  • Research and analyze clients’ financial situations, industry and market data, debt financing and merger and acquisition opportunities
  • Value private and public companies using various methodologies
  • Create financing models to project a client’s ability to pay off bank debt
  • Assist with client negotiations and credit documentation
  • Prepare external client proposals and internal underwriting memos
  • Support creation of client presentations


An undergraduate degree with either a major or significant coursework in a business-related field is required (Finance, Economics, Accounting), along with a combination of strong financial/analytical skills and excellent communications abilities. Successful candidates must have the capability to become adept at financial modeling and be able to work effectively in a team environment.

    August 06, 2020
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