Are you a current or former investment banking analyst or strategy consultant looking to be part of a world changing company? Salt Lending is looking to add to its corporate development team.

SALT Lending operates a blockchain-based platform built on the Ethereum network that facilitates the issuance of multi-signature smart contract loans by connecting borrowers to lenders. The company encompasses several business divisions, that includes an innovative loan servicing platform, online marketplace, and asset management unit. In addition, SALT Lending will engage with the underbanked community worldwide by funding a financial inclusion initiative.

As part of the corporate development team, you will play an important role in supporting the corporate strategic projects and activities. This will include:

  • Drives business development efforts related to industry partnerships
  • Supporting M&A, capital markets and other initiatives, using sound rationale to drive consensus on complex strategic questions
  • Conducting rigorous valuation analyses (using multiple methodologies) and business/integration case modeling in order to provide detailed guidance regarding potential
  • Preparing investor and executive-ready presentations with strategic framing, analysis, and recommendations
  • Managing and assisting in the preparation of complex financial models
  • Developing and implementing decision-making frameworks for evaluation of acquisition and investment opportunities
  • acquisitions or investments
  • Coordinating due diligence reviews of potential candidates, and evaluating the due diligence results
  • Developing insightful analysis of key industry trends (technology, competitors, consumers, regulatory, etc.) and informing the organization of their strategic implications

 

Candidates for the position should have the following minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years of relevant work experience. Work experience at a top-tier investment bank, strategy consulting firm, private equity or venture capital firm is preferred
  • Experience in settings that require critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Must have a demonstrated ability to work well in a team and with people in other functions, to multi-task and to thrive in an unstructured environment
  • Strong project management skills including ability to drive multiple end-to-end projects simultaneously
  • Interest in cryptocurrencies and financial technology
  • Fun, outgoing, and easy to work with

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