A weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks.
Prudential Financial is seeking a senior vice president, private equity funds, co-investments and secondary investments. Duties include originating investment opportunities, leading the deal team in evaluation and underwriting, aiding management and monitoring of core private equity relationships, working with counsel to negotiate the terms of LPAs and side letters, and working to optimize Prudential’s PE portfolio. At least twelve years of experience and an MBA are required; CFA preferred. The position is located in Newark, NJ.
Deloitte has an opening for a mergers and acquisition consultant. The hire will work with both corporate and private equity clients on mergers, divestitures, joint ventures and alliances, advising on organizational strategy, financial management, supply management, innovation, and growth issues. Services span the M&A lifecycle, from growth strategy to target screening and diligence, through integration and separation execution. Qualifications include a minimum of two years’ experience in M&A or M&A service delivery. The position is located in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco or New York.
Jefferies is searching for an associate, investment banking – technology. The successful candidate will prepare and deliver client presentations, value companies using a variety of methodologies, draft deal documents, develop and maintain financial models, analyze business plans and perform company, industry, market and competitor research and due due diligence. Requirements include experience as an investment banking associate or senior analyst, or at least three years of consulting, accounting or relevant technology industry experience. The position is located in San Francisco.
PwC is looking for a deals strategy manager. The team offers strategy advice to a broad range of investors, including the leading private equity houses, major banks, and companies undertaking mergers and acquisitions or other investment opportunities. Services include delivering commercial insight into the attractiveness of a proposition and evaluating business plans and company strategies against market performance and competitor strength. Candidates need a minimum of five years of experience, demonstrating extensive knowledge of, and a proven record of success in, commercial due diligence or corporate strategy roles. The position is located in Chicago.
NYU Stern School of Business is in the market for an associate director at its Creative Destruction Lab. The objective of the program is to maximize the probability of success for seed-stage science and technology-based startups, bringing together successful entrepreneurs, startup founders, NYU scientists, Stern MBA students, and venture capitalists. The successful candidate will work with the director to develop, implement, and evaluate the program, with particular emphasis on building external business relationships and internal partnerships. S/he will lead operations including venture recruiting, venture evaluation/selection, venture management, securing follow-on investment, communications, and resource mobilization. Qualifications include at least five years of relevant experience working in the startup/technology industry. The position is located in New York.
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