Requisition Number: 07 2020 11 INT500
Job Title: Capital Markets Intern
City: Columbia
State: SC

Capital Markets Intern

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Description/Job Summary

AgFirst Farm Credit Bank ranks among the top trusted banks in the US.  It provides financing to rural America and supports industries vital to our food supply.  AgFirst supports member associations located in 18 Eastern states and Puerto Rico.  We are a $40 billion bank located in downtown Columbia. We are looking to grow our lending business to small and mid-size companies.  AgFirst’s Capital Markets Group is looking for interns to assist the team as it looks to expand its lending.  If you are interested in the world of finance and want to learn more about how the credit markets operate, this is a unique opportunity in the heart of Columbia, SC.

AgFirst is located on Main Street in Columbia, S.C.  We are committed to providing a comfortable, inclusive work environment. We believe in investing in our interns and employees with the aim of helping you grow in your career.  If you are looking to fuel your professional development and gain exposure in the field of Capital Markets, apply today!

Capital Markets Intern
The Capital Markets Intern will support the Capital Markets Group.  The Capital Markets Group is responsible for sourcing, structuring and assisting its member associations located in 18 Eastern states and Puerto Rico in loan origination to small and mid-size companies.  The Capital Markets Group also serves as an important resource on how best to structure and price loans.  This is a unique opportunity to learn about the loan markets and the importance of syndicated lending.  The intern will assist with several key projects, such as:  establishing prospect database to assist in business development, research and compilation of loan information for inclusion into a loan database, and assist with disseminating important articles and data through our internal website to its member associations.  In addition, the intern will assist in preparing pitch books and internal presentations. 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with emphasis in Finance/Math/Statistics/Risk Management/Economics
  • General understand of GAAP
  • Strong problem solving and organizational skills
  • Familiarity with Bloomberg
  • Strong data presentation skills including proficiency in PowerPoint
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Access and Excel (pivot tables, macros, solver)
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