- Corporate Finance
- Private Equity
You will join a dedicated team of private equity professionals responsible for evaluating, analysing and sourcing secondary investments. With over 20 nationalities represented, we are a truly global team. You'll be impressed not only by our people’s diversity, talent and wealth of experience – but by how friendly and non-hierarchical we are.
As an intern at Coller Capital you will gain a broad cross-section of experience, including:
Conducting detailed sector and company research and analysis
Assisting on a broad cross-section of transactions, including due diligence, analysis, and valuing portfolio companies
Exposure to a wide variety of industry sectors
Working with a well-respected firm leading innovation in secondaries
Many of our summer interns join after graduation, attracted by the outstanding career opportunities for investment professionals and the culture that we work in. Wherever possible, we try to promote from within – most of our new Partners are ‘home-grown’. Promotion is based on an individual’s motivation, record of achievement, and demonstrated aptitude to perform at the next level.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities
Our standards are exceptionally high – you will need to be in the top decile of your peer group to succeed.
Our recruitment process is objective, rigorous and holistic. You will be requested to undergo aptitude tests related to your role, attend interviews in one of our offices to meet a number of your potential colleagues, and complete personality profiling questionnaires.
Qualifications & Experience
Successful candidates will have:
4-6 years’ experience in private equity, M&A/corporate finance, or leveraged finance, with an investment consulting firm, investment bank, fund-of-funds, pension fund, family office, or other investor/LP.
An excellent academic record
A good employment history, with outstanding achievements in your career to date
An established contact network in the relevant region of the world (Europe/Middle East for London-based roles; the Americas for New York-based roles; Asia-Pacific for Hong Kong-based roles).
Advanced financial modelling and valuation skills
A results-driven, ambitious approach
Strategic and commercial acumen
Fluent (written and spoken) English