ealty Income, The Monthly Dividend Company®, one of four San Diego based S&P 500 companies dedicated to providing shareholders with dependable monthly income. Our company is structured as a REIT, and its monthly dividends are supported by the cash flow, over 6,500 real estate properties owned under long-term lease agreements with regional and national commercial tenants. To date, our company has declared over 600 consecutive common stock monthly dividends throughout its 52-year operating history and has continually increased the dividend since Realty Income's public listing in 1994 (NYSE: O). Our company attracts individuals who value integrity, perseverance, and teamwork. If you appreciate working on a truly collaborative team in a professional environment in a company that encourages a work-life balance, make sure to apply today!
As Realty Income’s Vice President, Corporate Finance, you will be responsible for supporting all core responsibilities of the SVP of Corporate Finance, including the Financial Planning and Analysis, Capital Markets, Derivatives, and Investor Relations functions. In your day-to-day, you can anticipate working on the corporate earnings model, integration and management of the financial forecasting and budgeting software, capital markets strategy and execution, and collaborating with functional leaders throughout the organization. You will also have regular and proactive interaction with institutional investors, sell-side research analysts, investment bankers, commercial lenders and ratings agencies, and develop investor presentation and board materials. A proven track record in project execution and leadership will be chief to this role.
Your Contribution to the Team Includes
In conjunction with the Associate VP, Finance Manager, support the implementation, management and refinement of the corporate cash flow model through the company’s financial forecasting software, validating the accuracy and completeness of data outputs, continually developing additional dashboard views, sensitivity analyses and automation
Support ad-hoc financial analysis on behalf of corporate-wide investment initiatives
Analyze and respond on a timely basis to investor and analyst inbound inquiries
Proactively identify and evolve messaging and communication strategy with external investment community
Research and develop key “talking points” to address market concerns or misperceptions impacting company’s cost of capital and support real-time update of earnings and investor prep materials
Provide actionable intelligence to Corporate Finance SVP, Executive Office, and other Department Heads on real-time investor sentiment and implications
Update and create new content for the company's investor presentation, aimed at appealing to REIT-dedicated investors, generalist long-only institutional investors and retail investors
Track analyst consensus estimates and communicate changes to the broader team, as well as review analyst financial models and address erroneous assumptions
Assist with quarterly earnings call preparation, including the development of conference call script, earnings Q&A talking points, earnings sell-side commentary matrix and due diligence call updates for capital offerings
Lead ad-hoc benchmarking analyses relative to company peers (i.e. disclosure, investor presentation content, IR practices, thematic conference call focus, etc.)
Partner with General Counsel and others as appropriate on governance-related research and initiatives
Assist Director of Investor Relations with institutional investor outreach efforts, including investor targeting initiatives (using best-in-class investor intelligence tools)
Capital Markets and Derivatives Support
Support the Corporate Finance SVP and CFO in capital markets strategy and execution, including equity and debt offerings, liability management, hedging, and other initiatives, with the goal of minimizing the firm's weighted average cost of capital
Organize, synthesize, and help recommend capital raising ideas (structure, timing, size, etc.) based on an informed, independent economic outlook
Assist in Capital Markets-related preparation for quarterly Board meetings
Support SVP in identifying and executing on value-additive initiatives and analyses that assist senior management with strategic decision-making
What You’ll Need to be Successful
Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics or Accounting
MBA strongly preferred
REIT industry experience strongly preferred
7-12 years of previous experience in equity research (sell-side or buy-side), investment banking, investor relations or corporate finance, including 3-5 years of international experience in a growth-oriented environment
CFA and/or CPA strongly preferred
Keen understanding of valuation and sentiment drivers in the REIT investment community
Strong financial acumen, a quantitative mindset, and stout attention to detail
Proactive, industrious, and intellectually curious
Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written)
Ability to brainstorm, strategize, and execute in ambiguous situations
Desire to take initiative and identify opportunities to improve processes and push beyond “status quo”
Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
Intermediate (or stronger) skills in Adaptive Insights, Bloomberg, Capital IQ and SNL Financial Market Intelligence data tools
In response to COVID-19, Realty Income has maintained our business operations and have open opportunities, yet made necessary adjustments to our hiring process. We are conducting all steps of the interview process in a virtual capacity. In response to California’s Stay at Home order and other states with similar provisions, our employees will continue to work remotely until these restrictions have been lifted and it is safe to work in an office again. Realty Income has endeavored to be adaptable and strategic in our capacity to maneuver in an unfamiliar situation, and we pride ourselves on our resilience. We immensely appreciate both your flexibility and consideration of Realty Income for employment.
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About Realty Income
Realty Income (NYSE: O), founded in 1969, is an S&P 500 company dedicated to providing shareholders with dependable monthly income. The revenue to pay monthly dividends is generated from over 6,000 commercial properties in 49 states, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom that we own under long-term leases, primarily with large commercial enterprises that operate multiple locations. Our shares are traded under the ticker symbol “O” on the New York Stock Exchange.
Realty Income supports racial justice and equality for all. Respect, integrity, humility, diversity, and inclusion remain core values to us because how we act is as important as what we accomplish. We want to champion bringing meaningful progress. Uncompromising change must address and eliminate the systemic issues found in our institutions and society. We must challenge our own biases.
Corporate leadership starts with us.
Each day this journey begins with educating ourselves so that we can bring the best version of us to our colleagues and other stakeholders. We are committed to action by holding uncomfortable conversations and offering financial support to nonprofits advocating and advancing racial justice. We em...pathize with those impacted by prejudice and recognize our responsibility to support initiatives promoting a corporate culture and society that strives for equal opportunity for all. We will continue to foster inclusion within our teams and offer allyship to all who share this vision.
For more information about Realty Income please visit us at www.realtyincome.com.