Investment Associate, Real Assets Direct, Fund and Secondary Investments, London, UK
PER, Private Equity Recruitment
Location: London, United Kingdom
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: 17891862
NEW JOB Reference 11890
About our client
Our client is well-established and global Secondaries fund with an enviable track-record and multiple strategies. What the job involves
We are working with a global alternatives investment manager with over $100bn in Assets Under Management. They invest via Primaries, Secondaries and Co-Investments worldwide, across numerous private markets asset classes.
Since 2020 they have been building a highly successful Real Assets business, investing mostly via Secondaries and Co-Investments across a range of sectors. Due to the success of the team and the relative lack of competition in the market, the business has been expanding into Europe and are building a London team. This role is for an Investment Associate and they are looking for a pro-active, self-starting individual who can not only develop into a top-tier investor but who can also help grow the business over the long-term.
The team invests across various strategies with specific concentration on Co-Investments and Complex Secondaries, such as whole fund liquidity solutions and team spinouts, and Direct Secondaries, which can include co-invest-like opportunities. They work across the full spectrum of Real Assets including Infrastructure and Power, Energy and Natural Resources.
You'll play an integral role in the origination, evaluation and execution of secondary investment opportunities
Assist in all aspects of the transaction process, including financial modelling and conducting due diligence
Work with seniors to prepare material for the investment committee approval process
Who we are looking for
Strong academic track record
Strong valuations and modelling experience from investment banking, big 4 and/or a relevant buy-side environment
Must be a team player with strong written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrating interest in secondary and co-investments is preferred
An additional European language is beneficial but not essential