Neuberger Berman Vice President in New York, New York
NB Alternatives – Private Equity is a rapidly growing group within Neuberger Berman with close to $100 billion of investor commitments across our private equity fund of funds, secondary investments, co-investment and direct investment areas, including DYAL Capital.
DYAL Capital is an investment management business dedicated to acquiring minority equity stakes in and providing long-term financing to established alternative asset managers. Since December 2011, the team has formed 45+ partnerships with leading institutional quality alternative asset management firms.
Managing due diligence process (submitting request lists, arranging meetings, managing dataroom, etc.).
Conduct financial due diligence incl. preparation of “quality of earnings assessment”.
Modeling of and verification of management company economics.
Participate in investment and financial due diligence meetings.
Conduct ad hoc analysis involving Dyal’s Partners, which may include analysis around Partner’s portfolio companies, fund-level clients, equity ownership and compensation arrangements.
Assist in ad hoc analysis involving Dyal’s funds and business, including portfolio management projects and LP inquiries.
4-6 years of experience at a top tier investment bank, management consulting or accounting firm, or similar position at a leading asset management company.
Undergraduate degree with excellent academic credentials; CPA and/or MBA preferred, but not prerequisite.
Highly organized, strong judgment and critical thinking skills; ability to articulate and present ideas effectively both orally and in written form.
Strong analytical skills with advanced experience using Excel.
Ability to multi-task with a fine-tuned attention to detail.
Team-player attitude and a desire to work on a wide range of projects.
Understanding of Hedge Fund and Private Equity industries preferred.
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