This week there are analyst, associate, chief investment officer and investor relations positions up for the taking at Atlantic-Pacific Capital, El Paso Firemen & Policemen’s Pension Fund, Intellectual Ventures, Global Environment Fund and Morgan Stanley.
Atlantic-Pacific Capital is recruiting for an analyst/associate based in Greenwich, Connecticut. The analyst/associate will work closely with APC’s partners on a variety of fundraising mandates across buyout, real estate, real assets, energy and infrastructure strategies. Send resume to Recruiter@apcap.com.
Global Environment Fund is hiring for a vice president—U.S. growth private equity team. The vice president will source, analyze, execute and monitor growth equity investments in private companies in North America. Global Environment Fund is a global private equity asset manager with approximately $1 billion in assets under management. Please send a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reports that David Wilson, the chief investment officer for global private equity at International Finance Corp, is leaving the outfit will leave a vacancy for managing a portfolio of some $4 billion plus.
El Paso Firemen & Policemen’s Pension Fund is seeking a qualified professional to serve as its deputy executive director. Interested parties are requested to submit a cover letter and resume complete with work history and three professional references to: Robert J. Stanton, Executive Director at RStanton@ElPasoFireAndPolice.org.
On the venture side, Intellectual Ventures is seeking an analyst—investor relations based in Bellevue, Washington, to serve as the company’s point of contact to current and prospective investors and customers. See the LinkedIn job description for further details.
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