As a key pillar of the Société Générale Group’s universal banking model, SG CIB supports the economy by playing a key intermediary role, offering broad market access to issuers and smart investment solutions to investors. The service we bring to our corporate and financial institutions clients revolves around three main activities – investment banking, financing and markets – and our global franchises of equity derivatives and natural resources. For our clients we stand out because we are a trusted advisor with a worldwide leading engineering expertise and a quality product suite. In 1967 the Société Générale founded the first location in Milan.
The position is part of the Credit Management Group (“CRE”) of the Italian Branch of Société Générale Milano.
Desired start date:As soon as possible
The mission is to manage the credit risk exposure on Italian Corporate Clients, working in close support to the Business Lines who offer to the Corporates the whole range of SGCIB’s financing and hedging products.
The scope of the mission includes also the credit risk of Italian subsidiaries of Multinational Clients followed by other SG entities worldwide. CCG’s reporting line to Head Office in Paris is independent from the Italian Coverage functions, ensuring its full independence of judgment.
Tasks and responsibilities:
- Produce the historical and projected financial analysis of the corporate clients assigned to her/him within a personal client portfolio to follow. The Analyst produces also the relevant industry analysis and peer comparisons, and also proposes and discusses the internal credit ratings with CCG’s manager and with SG’s risk control department in Paris
- Contribute to optimize the structure of the deals in cooperation with the Relationship Managers and other involved departments such as Legal, Loan Syndications, Portfolio Management
- Write the credit line requests from the Coverage and explain them to the ultimate decision-makers either in Milano or in Paris
- Follow up and report about the credit authorizations, exposures and various risk – related global views to the Management of the Italian Branch and to Head Office
Studies & experience:
- University degree in Finance/Banking
- Successful previous job experiences for a period of 2/3 years in corporate credit analysis or in a similar environment that can be leveraged in this assignment
- Very good command of English
- Proficiency in French would be a strong additional advantage
Technical, operational & Soft skills:
- Reliability as a team player
- Ability to work under occasional time pressure
- Capacity to support personal opinion in a strong but constructive way when dealing with senior colleagues
Why join us
Société Générale Italy is a multi-category bank offering every employee the possibility to have several careers in a professional career path. Internal mobility and training are two core areas we focus on, in a dynamic, prosperous and evolving context.
At Société Générale, we are convinced that people are drivers of change, and that the world of tomorrow will be shaped by all their initiatives, from the smallest to the most ambitious.
Whether you’re joining us for a period of months, years or your entire career, together we can have a positive impact on the future. Creating, daring, innovating and taking action are part of our DNA.
If you too want to be directly involved, grow in a stimulating and caring environment, feel useful on a daily basis and develop or strengthen your expertise, you will feel right at home with us!
You should know that our employees can dedicate several days per year to solidarity actions during their working hours, including sponsoring people struggling with their orientation or professional integration, participating in the financial education of young apprentices, and sharing their skills with charities. There are many ways to get involved.
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