Posted 11.20.13Focus: Data compilation, financial modeling, comparable private & public company analysis, industry & company research, and other ad-hoc projects. Candidates with an interest in the investment process are encouraged to apply. Depending on business need this position may lead to a full time offer; however, at this time, the role is part time only and no commitment of conversion to a full time role is made. Undergraduate Majors Sought: Finance, Accounting, Economics, Math & Statistics Schedule: Part time, flexible within normal business hours depending on candidate availability; minimum commitment of 10 hours per week expected. Position start date is flexible but intent is for this role to run throughout the school year. Compensation: To be determined, commensurate with experience, this is a part time position and benefits will not be offered. Type of Organization: Secondary Private Equity Fund Software Skill Necessary: MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint Firm Background: Private Advisors was founded in 1997 and is dedicated to alternative investment management. Based in Richmond, Virginia, Private Advisors has over $5.1 billion in assets under management with 29 investment professionals. The private equity secondary team is a specialist private equity fund-of-funds focused on generating strong risk-adjusted returns for our investors primarily by investing in the acquisition of secondary interests in leveraged buyout, venture capital, mezzanine, and fund-of-funds in smaller, generally negotiated transactions. The Cleveland, Ohio based secondaries team is led by an experienced, cohesive team with over forty years of combined experience and diverse, yet complementary skill sets and deep networks within its core strategic focus. Overview of Role: The secondaries team is seeking an Analyst Intern interested in gaining exposure to the private equity and venture capital investing landscape. The Analyst Intern should be comfortable working in Excel and with financial statements. Financial modeling experience or prior principal investing exposure is not necessary but familiarity with Excel is a must. The Analyst Intern will report to and support CCP investment professionals in the following ways (i) detail sensitive conversion of financial statement information into Excel for new investment screening and portfolio management purposes, (ii) industry and market analysis completed in Excel, Word and or Powerpoint, & (iii) qualitative analysis of investment manager attributes. Contact: Interested candidates should contact Michael Zeleniuch via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org; please include resume, cover letter optional but encouraged.
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