A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Liberty Mutual Investments is searching for a private equity director. The hire will identify and source investment opportunities in private equity funds, co-investments and secondaries; and cultivate and maintain current and prospective partner relationships. Also, he or she will be responsible for all steps of the investment process including due diligence, preparation and presentation of investment committee materials to senior leadership across Liberty Mutual. Candidates should have ten plus years of private equity investment experience; an MBA or CFA is preferred. The position is in Boston.
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; and conduct market and industry research, while qualifying investment opportunities and providing weekly updates. Also, he or she will create and maintain a deal flow database by identifying potential targets and preparing company-specific due diligence reports and analyses. Candidates should have two to four years of investment banking or consulting experience; or three to four years of transaction advisory services experience (top-tier consulting firm is a plus). The position is in Baltimore.
Brookfield Asset Management is on the hunt for an investor relations associate for its private funds group. The hire will be accountable for executing strategic investor relations and client service initiatives for existing private fund investors. This will include collaborating across investment segments to ensure a unified approach to relationship management and client service. Candidates should have two to five years of experience in one or more of the following areas: investor relations, client service, equity research and investment banking. Experience working with private funds and deep knowledge of the alternative asset management industry is required. Also, applicants should have an undergraduate degree with an excellent academic background; additional credentials including MBA, CPA, CAIA or CFA are preferred. The position is in New York City.
Turn/River Capital is looking to hire an investment associate. Duties include building financial models, researching industry dynamics and writing investment memorandums for potential investment opportunities. Also, he or she will analyze companies during the due diligence process by developing a deep understanding of their customers, sales process, lead generation, churn, product positioning, competition, team and market. Candidates should have an undergraduate degree from a top-tier institution with top grades; and one to three years of investment banking experience (ideally within software/technology group) or growth/private equity experience. The position is in San Francisco.