The Cantor Fitzgerald Global Healthcare Investment Banking Summer Analyst Program
The Healthcare Investment Banking group at Cantor Fitzgerald consists of approximately 50 bankers, and over the past year has successfully executed over 70 transactions across debt and equity capital markets and M&A advisory.
The Cantor Fitzgerald Healthcare Global Investment Banking Summer Analyst Program (the “Program”) is a ten-week internship beginning in June 2019 with the first week featuring training conducted by Pillars of Wall Street focused on modeling, valuation and financial accounting.
Summer Analysts will work in all healthcare subsectors, including healthcare services, biopharmaceuticals, medical technology and life sciences tools and diagnostics, and on projects across all investment banking products, including mergers and acquisitions and other advisory services, as well as debt and equity financing. Summer Analysts will perform the same tasks as full-time Analysts, including working on client pitches and live transactions as well as diverse projects such as:
Assembling company overviews
Selecting appropriate trading comparables and precedents, as well as learning how to spread a trading comparable
Conducting client due diligence
Performing valuation methodologies, including precedent transactions, discounted cash flow, and comparable company and leveraged buyout analyses
Preparing offering memoranda and other written materials to clients and senior management
The Program will host several networking events with colleagues and senior professionals in both Investment Banking and the Firm’s Sales and Trading businesses further enriching the Summer Analysts’ experience.
Throughout the Program, Summer Analysts will be given constructive feedback and receive support and guidance from our bankers to ensure their professional growth. At the conclusion of the Program, each participant will have a solid understanding of our business and will be considered for a full-time position in the Investment Banking Analyst Program.
All undergraduate students, regardless of major or area of study and an anticipated graduation date between December 2019 and June 2020 are invited to apply. We look for the following in our candidates:
Self-motivated individuals who display initiative, drive, and leadership
Previous internships in financial services or professional services
Superior analytical and quantitative skills
The ability to excel in a collaborative team environment within an entrepreneurial setting
Outstanding oral and written communication skills
Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5