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Private Equity Analyst Internship à Paris

Private Equity Analyst Internship

Description du poste

With over €11 billion of aggregate investor commitments from a diversified client base of over 200 institutional and private investors, Access Capital Partners is one of the largest Private Assets managers in Europe. We aim at selecting the best performing buy-out and growth equity funds in Europe to guarantee outperformance to our client base.


We are currently seeking an intern to assist our buy-out fund of funds investment team in due diligence processes on primary commitments and secondary transactions, portfolio analyses and benchmarking.

The internship will take place in our Paris office for six months. Best candidates may have the opportunity to obtain a full-time employment at Access after their internship as the company is actively looking to increase its group of analysts.

Candidate profile

The candidates should fit the following description:

  • Last year student or recently graduated from a leading school or university
  • With previous experiences in corporate finance and private equity (M&A, TS, PE, Audit)
  • Fluent English and conversational French (A third European language is a definite plus)
  • Should possess common sense, be highly organised and rigorous in his/her work
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Excel and the Office suite
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Valid working permit in the European Union

Further information can be found on our website:

Please send your application at :

Date de publication


Informations supplémentaires

Formation requise
Heures de travail par semaine
4 - 40
Type de Contrat
Permis de conduire FR/EU exigé
Voiture exigée
Lettre de motivation exigée

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