Graduate Analyst 2025

The Graduate Position

  • A successful applicant will commence full time employment as an Analyst in early 2025 in Auckland or Christchurch
  • Analysts work directly with senior members of the Investment Banking team on a range of mandates, including mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, as well as the provision of strategic and financial advice
  • An Analyst’s key responsibilities include: research and analysis, documentation preparation, financial modelling, valuation support, transaction execution support, idea generation and supporting marketing activities of the firm
  • A successful applicant will have a degree or postgraduate degree in law, commerce, engineering, and/or mathematics and will have advanced computer skills including an ability to work effectively with the full Microsoft Office suite, Excel, Word and PowerPoint. They will be highly numerate and possess strong analytical skills. They will have strong verbal and written communication skills and be team players who thrive in a dynamic and often fast-paced environment. A successful applicant will also be results-focused and have outstanding attention to detail

Who can Apply

Any student studying towards a degree or postgraduate qualification who has a desire to pursue a career in investment banking can apply.

Murray & Co is looking for students who combine intellectual ability with a genuine interest and awareness of investment banking activity in Australasia. The successful applicants will have strong academic records and will be self-starters with a desire to learn from and be involved in the firm’s various transactions.

At Murray & Co we aim to create an inclusive environment and value diversity. In addition to the attributes outlined above, our recruitment process will consider the non-technical aspects and unique characteristics and attributes that applicants could bring to the role.

The Application and Selection Process

Applicants should submit the following information to, referencing “Graduate Position” in the subject header by 5pm 3 March 2024:

  • A cover letter
  • Your CV
  • Your academic transcript

All candidates will receive acknowledgement of their application and some will be invited for interview shortly after their application. Selection will be based principally upon academic achievement, personal attributes and the candidate’s demonstrable interest in a career in the finance industry.