Junior Fund Analyst

  1. Permanent
£35,000 - £40,000 per annum
BBBH161434_1600787294

City of London, London

The details

One of the world's largest and successful investment firms, who manage over £173 billion assets, are looking for a bright 2020 graduate to join their fund management team as a Junior Fund Analyst.

It's a fantastic role for a recent graduate who has a strong interest in private equity and to gain an understanding behind the mechanics of how funds work.

You will play a significant role in analysing the quarterly valuations of the Fund's investments, preparing materials to support fundraising initiatives as well as supporting and coordinating with the investment teams to structure, fund and close investments.

Responsibilities of the Junior Fund Analyst include:

  • Review and analyse financial valuations and exit forecasts for fund portfolio companies prepared by investment teams. Take responsibility for the organisation and retention of quarterly valuation deliverables and related supporting documentation
  • Support the Fund CFO and Fund Manager in collection and recording transaction information
  • Assist with fundraising efforts for new funds, including preparation of marketing materials and drafting of responses to due diligence requests
  • Coordinate and perform initial review of quarterly reporting due to Investors

Requirements:

  • Accounting, Finance, Data Analytics or Economics degree preferred
  • Exceptional candidates in other majors considered, particularly those with relevant coursework and strong analytical and quantitative skills
  • Minimum 2:1, required
  • Prior internship experience in an analytical or financial role
  • Articulate, polished and well-rounded with strong organisational skills and attention to detail

Please only apply if you meet the above criteria

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