Financial and Investment Advisor

Requisition ID:  12325

SINGAPORE,  , SG, 118535

About Us

ENGIE is a global energy player, focused on renewables and low-carbon decentralized energy infrastructure. The Group is pillared by 4 key businesses - Renewables, Energy Solutions, Networks, Thermal & Supply, and together with our 96,000 employees, we are committed to accelerate the transition towards a carbon-neutral world, through reduced energy consumption and more environmentally friendly solutions. 

We have a plan. We want to have a positive impact and meaning in our jobs to accelerate the energy transition and to meet the challenges of our century together. We defend a new model of society that reconciles economic performance, human progress and respect for the environment. We interact with a committed community that is shaking things up and inventing the future: we rely on the power of the collective and we identify and gather around us all the actors who make tomorrow’s world emerge. We take an active role in managing our careers, in a Group that allows everyone to fulfil their potential. We are constantly developing our practices. We ensure the development of our teams by embodying the ENGIE Ways of Leading.


Energy is our future, save it. 


Role Summary

This is an exciting role in which you will be covering SEA countries with the mission of increasing the quality and standardization of small-to-medium investments in the Energy Efficiency and decentralized renewable projects as well as to manage investment processes within the geographies. 



Business Development Support & Oversight (BDSO)

  • Manage the ES APAC Commitment process (organization of Commitment Committees, advice on the process, templates, preparation of minutes of meeting), from project origination to closing memo.
  • Ensure compliance of the investment decisions with the group guidelines and processes
  • For asset-based projects < 3MEur, prepare financial models to assess the returns of the project, set the project tariffs/prices, and support the investment decision making process, based on inputs provided by the project teams. Assess the risk profile of each project.
  • Support the review of the development and investment notes. 
  • Engage with the BD community to ensure proper knowledge transfer and transparency (training on the BDSO process, key financial concepts etc)
  • Liaise with and support the team in charge of BDSO at Group level for the management of the ES global and regional Commitment processes (provide updates on the project progress, pipeline, ensure the issuance of the required notes and memos in a timely manner, in liaison with the project teams)
  • Monitor project pipeline and provide reporting on the projects submitted to the Commitment committee on a quarterly/yearly basis
  • Update the financial model template on a regular basis, based on group directions
  • Provide supporting documentation for funding of the projects won as requested by Treasury


Financial reporting

  • Capex reporting
    • Project Business Plans updates (for asset based projects)
    • Support comparison against: Budget, Original Business Plan & the updated Business Plan
    • Support capex spending optimisation (capitalisation of staffing costs)
  • Support impairment and goodwill assessment during audits
  • Support annual budget/MTP preparation




  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy/Finance/Economics/Business Administration or equivalent.
  • Professional qualification such as CFA, CIMA, ACA, ACCA, CAIA, CA, or MBA is a plus
  • At least 3 years experience with track record of relevant financial modelling experience in project finance, credit analysis, transaction advisory or corporate development in the Power or Infrastructure Sector
  • Good understanding of financial, accounting and tax concepts (CAPM, IFRS, financial statements analysis, etc.)
  • Strong business acumen to be able to act as respectful contrarian to challenge investment papers thoroughly, and value-add to the robustness and completeness of business proposals.
  • Outstanding analytical and quantitative skills, including ability to develop and maintain and use detailed, excel based, financial models
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to interact professionally with all organizational levels while maintaining string ethics and professionalism.
  • Good problem-solving, organizational, analytical and critical thinking skills 
  • Goal getting, driven, committed, with strong planning and execution capabilities.


When you join ENGIE, you will have access to: 

  • Recognition through remuneration compatible with the role and other additional benefits
  • Opportunities for personal and professional development


If you think you have the right profile for this opportunity, submit your application before 30 September 2023. 

Business Unit:  T&G
Division:  T&G AMEA - South East Asia - Singapore
Legal Entity:  ENGIE South East Asia Pte. Ltd.
Contract Type:  Permanent
Job Type:  Full - Time
Professional Experience:  Junior (experience < 3 years)
Education Level:  Bachelor's Degree