NON-PAID Student Volunteer Intern (Framework Monitoring Division)
Framework Monitoring Division-
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (“OPIC”), the development finance institution of the US Government, provides financing, political risk insurance and other relevant services to US companies so as to facilitate their investment projects in developing and emerging economies around the world. OPIC supports projects that are environmentally sound and have a favorable impact on the US economy, including creating US jobs, as well as a positive developmental impact on the host country. Part of OPIC’s activities include providing financing and loan guaranties to financial intermediaries (i.e., banks) that in turn use the OPIC-backed funds to support dozens of downstream projects that meet OPIC guidelines. OPIC provides this financing through its Framework and Loan Guaranty Facility (“FLGF”) program. The outstanding portfolio of FLGF projects is managed by the Framework Management Division (”FMD”), a division within OPIC’s Financial and Portfolio Management Department. The FMD team also manages OPIC’s loan syndications (asset sales).
- Not Required
SUBMIT SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT(S). Transcripts will be required if you are selected for an internship. You will be required to bring an official copy with you on the first day of your internship. Must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment (at least half-time) in a relevant advanced business degree program such as finance, accounting, international affairs and or development at the time the internship would be served.
Must be a U.S. citizen Must be currently enrolled in a full or part-time accredited Master's program Must be in good academic standing. Finance and Financial Analysis experience preferred.
Public Trust - Background Investigation
As an intern within the FMD, you would assist FMD officers to carry out their duties associated with managing the FLGF and syndications programs, including effecting disbursements to financial intermediaries related to their proposed sub-projects, monitoring the financial performance of the financial intermediaries and their sub-projects (including ascertaining their on-going OPIC loan compliance and other related tasks) and performing research and analysis required as part of the loan syndication process. Duties include reviewing financial statements, analyzing models of projected project cash flows, research on policy issues, preparation of country economic and political risk analyses, preparation of credit reviews of outstanding loans, as well as other related duties assigned.