Jobs of the Week: Mastercard, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley are hiring

Mastercard is searching for a senior analyst, mergers & acquisitions. The successful candidate will create business cases/valuation models for acquisition and equity investments, provide support for all phases of acquisition and investment work, coordinate internal and external resources for due diligence, and assist with creating presentations to senior executives and the board of directors. Experience in investment banking, private equity, venture capital or corporate development preferred. The position is located in Purchase, NY.

Goldman Sachs is looking to add a private equity associate to its Alternative Investments and Manager Selection Group. The hire will conduct due diligence and evaluate secondary private equity transactions, with a specific focus on asset-level valuation within portfolios, as well as co-investment opportunities and managers for consideration as part of fund-of-funds and/or separate-account mandates. Other duties include presenting opportunities to the investment committee, coordinating the execution of all deal types, and monitoring portfolio performance and risk profile. A minimum of three years’ experience in corporate finance, M&A, leveraged finance, PE, or other private/public markets investing required. The position is located in New York.

Morgan Stanley has an opening for a private equity infrastructure investor relations/business development associate. Duties include supporting the marketing, pre-marketing and fundraising processes; coordinating, drafting, and ensuring completion of investor requests; creating and maintaining marketing materials; and supporting the planning and implementation of various investor events. One to three years’ experience in alternative IR, marketing, business development or fundraising preferred; candidates from wealth management backgrounds will also be considered. The position is located in New York.

NYC Office of the Comptroller is seeking a senior investment analyst (private equity). Responsibilities include maintaining internal databases of prospective investment opportunities; performing technical analyses and developing fund summaries; working with the investment team to identify, review and evaluate prospective investments; monitoring and managing the portfolio of investments to ensure compliance; preparing research analyses on market trends, strategies, industries, sectors, geographies and other topics; and working with the investment operations team to report internally on the performance of the Systems’ portfolio. A graduate degree and two or more years of experience in investment banking or asset management are required. The position is located in New York.

Silicon Valley Bank is in the market for a director, global fund banking. The successful candidate will lead and manage primary relationships with the CFO and operating teams at private equity and venture capital firms; provide feedback on market conditions to the team and bank leadership; be the primary credit lead for portfolio clients; develop new business independently; and monitor and maintain a portfolio of credits to include credit servicing, loan renewals, customer calling, review of audit and collateral trend results, and detection of early warning signs. Qualifications include experience with PE and VC firms and a demonstrated ability to analyze, negotiate and manage complex credit transactions. The position is located in New York.

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