Global financial behemoth Credit Suisse is seeking an associate to join the Financial Institutions Group in New York. Investment banking associates within the firm work on a wide range of domestic and international transactions including asset management, private equity, and hedge funds. For further information click here.
Intel Capital is looking for a Santa Clara-based investment director who will form part of a small team to find, develop, define, and close equity investments and acquisitions within the technology sector.
In Boston, Riverside Partners is advertising for a senior associate to lead deal teams in private investment in technology and healthcare sectors. Here’s the link to apply or email firstname.lastname@example.org to send in your resume.
Also in Boston, HarbourVest is hiring for a portfolio data analyst and operations assistant. See the firm’s website for further details and additional job vacancies.
Private fund manager Partners Group is also recruiting Stateside with openings for a junior investment manager, private equity secondaries based in New York, a senior real estate asset manager also based in New York and one based in San Francisco.
Always worth a consideration are potential vacancies following moves at the state pension funds. The $4.5 billion District of Columbia Retirement Board in Washington could well be on the look out for a deputy director as Buyouts’ Greg Roth reported last week that Michael Williamson, the current deputy director of the fund is moving to the $83 billion State of Wisconsin Investment Board as executive director in June. He will replace Keith Bozarth, who announced his retirement last October.
Also on the look out to fill a vacancy is North Carolina’s Investment Management Division whose chief investment officer Shawn Wischmeier left this month to to become chief investment officer of the $6 billion Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies in Minnesota, reported Greg Roth. North Carolina’s Investment Management Division has appointed Bryan Lewis to fill the position on an interim basis.
The $25 billion Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds may also be on the lookout for a head of its private equity division as Roth reported this week the departure of Adrian Kingshott current head of the pension fund’s private equity division. He is being replaced on an interim basis by Gary Carter, the system’s interim deputy chief investment officer and Reginald Tucker, who oversees alternative investments for the system.
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