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Jun 26, 2016 - 5:12am

If you land a position there, you will be focused on project finance modelling. Project finance modelling (in particular PPPs) tends to be a lot more complex than the modelling at investment banks or PE firms.

What this means is that if you later decide that you would like to do something outside of PF, then you would be well placed to land a role at an investment bank, especially if you completed an MBA after a few years at Operis. Having worked on both PF and M&A/PE leveraged deals, it is evident that the average project finance modeller will be well equipped to take on a modelling heavy role at an IB or PE firm. Something you should seriously consider is that because of their solid modelling skills, a large number of model auditors tend to move onto PF debt side teams at the banks or into PF advisory teams.

Don't worry about the size of the firm. It has a good name and you will secure good experience there.

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