A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Boson Consulting Group is seeking a managing partner for its corporate ventures. The hire will lead BCG’s fundraising execution by adding and managing HNWI /institutional investors expectation; and drive deep relationship with global corporate partners, customers, investors and portfolio acquirers. Also, he or she will drive startup investments decision throughout the cycle from lead to diligence and post-funding support. Candidates should be an outstanding performer with years of experience at a top-tier venture capital, accelerator, investment bank, consulting firm, corporate venture capital /private equity firm or active M&A corporate development group. An MBA or higher from a top business school is preferred. The position is either in San Francisco or Palo Alto.
Access Holdings is seeking a private equity associate. The hire will profile investment themes and approaches and take a leading role in due diligence and analysis. Also, he or she will prepare investment memos, term sheets, letters of intent and present investment opportunities/findings to team and investors. Candidates should have two to four years of investment banking or consulting experience; or four to six years of transaction advisory services experience (top-tier consulting firm is a plus). The position is in Baltimore.
Silicon Valley Bank is searching for a private equity services associate. The main responsibility is leading the due diligence process and deal structuring process, and then partnering with the relationship management team for the delivery and negotiation of credit products. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent-related experience, plus two or more years of related experience. He or she should have a strong knowledge of credit analysis and accounting. The position is in Chicago.
Brookfield Asset Management is on the hunt for a private funds analyst. The hire will create and update general and fund-specific marketing materials, such as offering memorandums, investor presentations, fact sheets and other documents related to private investment fundraises. Also, he or she will respond to investor information requests, such as RFPs and due diligence questionnaires and create post-fundraise marketing and communication materials and assist in the organization of investor relations initiatives. Candidates should have an undergraduate degree with an excellent academic background; real estate or alternative asset funds knowledge is desirable but not a prerequisite. The position is in New York City.