A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S is looking for an ambitious Funding Associate to join the Funding team in Treasury & Risk.
The position can be an excellent stepping stone for a career in treasury or corporate finance, and your development will benefit from peer and senior inspiration and feedback. Funding is part of Treasury & Risk reporting into our CFO
In Funding, we are a team of seven ambitious employees, responsible for all funding activities of the Maersk Group including managing our USD 15bn debt portfolio and relationships with credit rating agencies, bond investors, banks, ship mortgage institutions as well as export credit agencies around the world.
In addition to Funding, Treasury & Risk is the home of Financial Markets & Cash, Risk & Insurance and Financial Reporting & Control. We work closely across these teams as well as with other departments and communities in our businesses across the globe.
We are more than 50 professionals based in Copenhagen and represent 15 nationalities.
As Funding Associate, you will gain insight into the commercial and finance processes of the different businesses in the Maersk Group, and you will have the possibility to develop your experiences as you grow in the role.
The potential for impact is high as you can be involved in high value financial transactions and key deliverables to management.
You will interact with a diverse community, which will enable you to build your network and add value in our global organisation. You will also gain valuable understanding of the treasury operations in a large global corporation, opening paths for your future career.
Your focus will be on Debt Capital Markets funding, where you will be involved in and assist senior team members in all steps of the funding process from managing bond documentation and liaising with banks and bond investors to participating in execution of bond issues. All these aspects will be the measure of your success.
The main tasks and responsibilities will include the following:
• Managing bond documentation including EMTN program and US 144A documentation
• Following corporate bond markets and providing value-adding insight and updates
• Analysing new funding opportunities and markets
• Preparing investor presentations and maintaining bond investor website
• Participating in execution of bond issues
• Preparing ad hoc analyses
Parallel to the above you will be responsible for maintaining and developing a range of corporate finance tools and tasks.
Your primary stakeholders will be colleagues and management in Treasury & Risk, banks and other lenders as well as colleagues in our businesses.
You will have an opportunity to sharpen your stakeholder management skills and contribute to the positive atmosphere and collaborative working style of the team.
We are looking for
The ideal candidate holds a master degree within economics, finance or similar combined with 1-2 years’ experience from a similar position.
You are ambitious and energetic with a positive attitude towards challenges and eager to learn and develop.
Furthermore, you thrive with a detail-oriented job in a demanding environment, where high quality of end result together with the ability to meet deadlines is in focus.
Fluency in both written and spoken English is a prerequisite as well as good knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint.
As a performance-oriented company, we strive to always recruit the best person for the job – regardless of gender, age, nationality, sexual orientation or religious beliefs.
We are proud of our diversity and see it as a genuine source of strength.