Oil, Gas and Infrastructure Research Analyst at Stanbic IBTC Bank Jobs in Nigeria

Oil, Gas and Infrastructure Research Analyst at Stanbic IBTC Bank Jobs in Nigeria


  • Stanbic IBTC Bank is a leading African banking group focused on emerging markets globally.

  • It has been a mainstay of South Africa's financial system for 150 years, and now spans 16 countries across the African continent.

  • Standard Bank is a firm believer in technical innovation, to help us guarantee exceptional client service and leading edge financial solutions.

  • Our growing global success reflects our commitment to the latest solutions, the best people, and a uniquely flexible and vibrant working culture.

  • To help us drive our success into the future, we are looking for resourceful individuals to join our dedicated team at our offices.

    Job Details

  • Our international team provides trading, sales, structuring and risk management solutions for our clients across global financial markets.

  • This includes FX, commodities, equity, credit, fixed income and debt instruments. We also offer market insight, trading services, analytics and new financial products across a number of asset classes.

    Job Purpose

  • The role of Oil & Gas and Infrastructure Research resides in equity research at CIB Global Markets, and services the institutional client (asset management) base of Standard Bank across key capital markets in North America, UK/Europe and Africa.

  • The main purpose of the role is to establish and maintain a leading equity research franchise for coverage of the Oil & Gas (O&G) and Infrastructure sectors.

  • The analyst will cover listed O&G companies with operating assets benefiting from the Africa continents hydrocarbon resources; and the petroleum marketing segment.

  • Primary coverage universe of around 10 corporations constitutes a combined market capitalisation of USD8.2bn and daily liquidity of around USD27m and also the three listed Cement companies in Nigeria.

  • The broker’s current annual secondary cash commission earned across African assets in the coverage universe approaches USD500k, of which close to USD100k in Nigeria, signifying significant upside from a strengthening O&G sector franchise.

  • The main purpose of the equity analyst function is to advise institutional investors on the investment and divestment opportunities.

  • The analyst will be responsible for the Nigerian O&G and Cement Companies, and selected globally listed O&G companies.

    Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities

    Establish and grow a leading research franchise across the Nigerian Oil & Gas sector, including a coverage and product strategy for the sector.:

  • Contribute to the different Standard Bank investor conferences and corporate access calendars.

  • Initiate coverage of relevant and commercial number of stocks in the allocated sectors.

  • Market the investment ideas to domestic and offshore based global investors. Marketing consists of roadshows, conference calls, tele-marketing, etc.

  • Feedback from institutional investors on quality of research product, investment ideas and service.

  • Such feedback is obtained via individual client-broker reviews and from independent surveys such as those conducted by Institutional Investor, Euromoney, EXTEL and Financial Mail.

  • Contribution to broker market share across the sectors and markets that form part of team and own coverage.

    Develop commercial and differentiated team product and drive marketing schedules:

  • Write insightful and impactful research that results in a product suite that encompasses sector and company notes, thematic and periodical publications, commentary on news flow and the impact on share valuations.

  • Provide corporate access to link executives of corporations and other decision- and opinion-makers to investment managers.

  • Corporate
    access can consist of conference calls, exclusive small-scale management meetings, conference organisation, investor tour organisation, reverse roadshows (offshore investors visiting region) and non-deal roadshows (NDRs eg whereby the bank organises an investor roadshow for management).

  • Such activity benefits the analyst franchise and showcases the “execution abilities” of the bank.

    Liaise with several stakeholders to optimise the impact of research.:

  • Inform and work with Sales & Trading, within the compliance framework, to optimise the marketing and execution of investment ideas.

  • Pass interesting and commercial ideas to counterparts in CIB for instance in ECM, DCM, M&A and broader corporate finance functions.

  • These ideas can include but are not confined to capital raising, debt restructuring, buy-backs, mergers, consolidation and other deal ideas, balance sheet restructuring, forex solutions, structured solutions, etc.

  • Success in identifying primary capital market opportunities for the bank and quality of investor educational publications that complement the bank’s role in capital-raising events.

  • Internal feedback from Sales & Trading stakeholders and other internal interest groups.

    Develop commercial and differentiated team product and drive marketing schedules:

  • Write insightful and impactful research that results in a product suite that encompasses sector and company notes, thematic and periodical publications, commentary on news flow and the impact on share valuations.

  • Provide corporate access to link executives of corporations and other decision- and opinion-makers to investment managers.

  • Corporate access can consist of conference calls, exclusive small-scale management meetings, conference organisation, investor tour organisation, reverse roadshows (offshore investors visiting region) and non-deal roadshows (NDRs eg whereby the bank organises an investor roadshow for management).

  • Such activity benefits the analyst franchise and showcases the “execution abilities” of the bank.

  • Complete and respond to bespoke and ad-hoc client requests.

  • Level and momentum in a number of “activity areas”: number of roadshows, number of telemarketing calls, conference calls, corporate conference organisation, corporate access events, number of reports written.

  • MM contributions, number of cheques received for bespoke client work (so-called “chits”)

    Preferred Qualification and Experience

    Qualification and Experience

  • First Degree in Engineering or Geology

  • Masters Degree in Economics, Engineering or MBA

  • Minimum of 7 years' experience in Equity Research

  • Minimum of 7 years' experience in Wealth Management

  • Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise

    Technical Competencies

  • Financial Analysis

  • Financial Acumen

  • Economic analysis

    How to Apply

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