A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Goldman Sachs is searching for a private equity analyst for its Alternative Investments & Manager Selection Group. Responsibilities include conducting due diligence and evaluating secondary PE transactions, co-investment opportunities, and PE managers for consideration as part of fund-of-funds and/or separate-account mandates, as well as coordinating the execution of investments across all deal types. A minimum of one to two years of experience in corporate finance, M&A, leveraged finance, or private equity is required. The position is located in New York.
Morgan Stanley is in the market for a CAO – private credit & equity. This vice president-level role will drive the operational elements of a new fund, with responsibility for coordinating fund formation activities, developing marketing materials, assisting in fundraising efforts, managing quarterly investor reporting, investor onboarding, establishing credit facilities to fund deals on a short-term basis, coordinating capital calls, and managing distribution of proceeds. The position is located in New York.
GPB Capital is looking to hire a private equity associate. The role will work on consumer/retail-related deals, as the firm looks to invest specifically in the automotive space, acquiring dealership assets for both new platform and add-on acquisitions. Candidates need at least two years of investment banking, private equity or related investment experience. The position is located in New York.
Ohana & Co. is seeking an investment banking M&A associate. Ohana advises private and public companies, PE firms, entrepreneurs, and management teams in the U.S., Europe and Asia, on sale, acquisition and capital-raising transactions, with particular experience in the luxury and branded consumer and technology/media sectors. Qualifications include three to five years of investment banking experience, with exposure to the consumer and/or digital sector. The position is located in New York.
East West Bank has an opening for a portfolio manager – private equity. This vice president-level role will be responsible for underwriting, credit monitoring, and portfolio management for the private equity group’s clients in the eastern U.S. The ideal candidate will have five to 10 years of banking experience, including at least three years of credit portfolio management. The position is located in Newton, MA.