A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Macquarie Group is looking to hire a vice president for its principal finance group. Duties include sourcing investment opportunities, conducting industry and company research, overseeing due diligence, financial analysis, financial models, presentations and investment committee memoranda and leading capital raise assignments on an advisory basis. Candidates should have six to nine years of investment banking and/or investing experience; FINRA exams are also required or must be obtained within 6 months (SIE, S79, S63 as applicable). The position is in New York City.
Vanterra Capital is looking to hire a vice president of its venture growth fund. Duties include leading due diligence and executing investments, primarily in the consumer and health and wellness space, with additional transactions across various other industries; financial modeling including analysis of financial statements, KPIs, valuations, and returns; and creating investment presentations and transactions memos regarding new investment opportunities. Candidates should have three to six years of operational experience or experience within private equity or consulting; specific experience within the consumer vertical is preferred. The position is in New York City.
Houlihan Lokey is seeking a vice president/senior associate for the Aerospace/Defense/Government Group. Duties include building relationships and maintaining direct contact with current and prospective clients and participating in end-to-end transaction execution. Candidates should have at least two years of investment banking or similar experience; an undergraduate degree with academic distinction (MBA is not required, but viewed favorably); and advanced knowledge of accounting and finance. The position is in Los Angeles.
Baird Capital is searching for a venture capital associate for its healthcare team. The hire will participate in and support the investment process from opportunity identification through due diligence and deal closing; and lead and support initial screen of new investment opportunities. Also, he or she will build and maintain detailed company financial models, sourcing and pipeline tracker and proprietary firm databases; and prepare investment presentations and memos for both internal and external audiences. Candidates should have an accomplished track record of at least two to three years in a private equity/venture capital or investment banking analyst role; experience or background in healthcare is strongly preferred. The position is in Chicago.