Guggenheim Securities’ Capital Structure Advisory Group (formerly known as Restructuring) is a leading advisor to companies, investors and other stakeholders navigating complex financial situations and financial distress. The Capital Structure Advisory Group is a critically important strategic initiative for Guggenheim Securities, which in 2018 acquired Millstein & Co., a leading advisor to companies, investors, sovereigns and municipalities and other constituencies in special situations involving financial distress.
The Capital Structure Advisory Group offers an unparalleled opportunity to work as part of small client teams on major liability management and financing assignments. Analysts will work on a range of assignments including both Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court transactions. Our Analysts play an integral role throughout the life of a transaction and have meaningful exposure to senior bankers and client representatives. Given this highly visible role and the complex nature of financial restructuring assignments, Analysts will have the opportunity to develop a diverse set of financial, analytical and communication skills.
Candidates should be top performers who are willing to work hard in an unstructured environment where initiative, creativity, maturity and enthusiasm for learning are highly valued. We are seeking bright, highly motivated individuals with solid corporate finance knowledge coupled with strong excel and modeling skills.
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 GuggenheimPartners.com, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @GuggenheimPtnrs.