Guggenheim Services, LLC

Experienced Associate - Investment Banking, Structured Products Origination

Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 3 months ago(7/10/2023 2:06 PM)
Job Category
Investment Banking Jobs
Position Type

Position Summary

Guggenheim Securities, (“Guggenheim”), the Investment Banking division of Guggenheim Partners, is seeking an Analyst to join its Structured Products Origination (“SPO”) team. Structured Products is a core focus area at Guggenheim, and the firm is a market leader in providing its clients with a broad range of financing solutions using securitization technology applied to a variety of traditional and non-traditional asset classes, including franchise royalties, IP rights, data centers, oil & gas assets, venture debt, tax liens and others.

Guggenheim ranks as the #1 underwriter of non-traditional asset-backed securities and has raised over $118 billion across 290+ transactions executed since 2014. Guggenheim has been selected regularly for industry awards, including having been named by GlobalCapital 2021 “Esoteric ABS Bank of the Year”, 2020 “Best Securitization Bank of the Year”, 2019 “Most Innovative Securitization Bank of the Year” for, and 2018 “Esoteric ABS Bank of the Year”.

Essential Job Functions

  • Work directly with the group’s senior professionals in all aspects of SPO transactions across a variety of asset classes, with a particular focus on non-traditional, new and emerging asset classes and issuers
  • Perform portfolio and historical data analysis for various types of assets
  • Prepare marketing presentations, term sheets and rating agency materials
  • Develop securitization cash flow models for various types of assets and historical data analysis for various types of assets
  • Tie out cash flow models and collateral characteristics with accountants and other parties
  • Review and comment on transaction documentation
  • Conduct market research and industry review projects for new asset classes

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with cash flow modeling of ABS, CLO or other types of securitized products required
  • Strong quantitative skills; Microsoft Excel modeling experience required, familiarity with VBA preferred
  • Familiarity with legal documents a plus
  • Detail-oriented, organized, with initiative and ability to multitask and work as part of a team
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Resourcefulness, intellectual curiosity and enthusiasm

Basic Qualifications

  • Current position as an Associate or completion of an Analyst program in a securitization or related group at a major financial institution

Salary Details

  • Annual base salary between $175,000 and $225,000.
  • The base salary range represents the low and high end of the anticipated base salary range for this position. Actual base salaries may vary depending on factors such as location and experience. The range listed reflects base salary only, and the total compensation package may include other components such as incentive compensation.
  • Currently, this role is expected to be in the ­­­­New York office at least 4 days per week.

About Us

Guggenheim Partners is a diversified financial services firm that delivers value to its clients through two primary businesses: Guggenheim Investments, a premier global asset manager and investment advisor, and Guggenheim Securities, a leading investment banking and capital markets business. Guggenheim’s professionals are based in offices around the world, and our commitment is to deliver long-term results with excellence and integrity while advancing the strategic interests of our clients.

Guggenheim is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Learn more at, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @GuggenheimPtnrs.


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