Vice President/ Associate
We are seeking an Investment Banking Vice President/Associate who will be responsible for managing the day-to-day execution of a broad range of transaction types. This means managing multiple deals simultaneously, anticipating next steps, and becoming the Client’s trusted go-to person for daily interactions. A Vice President/Associate should be able to drive a process from beginning to end – pitch, pre-launch & marketing materials, due diligence, indications of interests and negotiations. Under AGC’s “divide and conquer” approach, a Vice President/Associate must add value above and beyond what is expected of the analysts, by proactively taking on tasks for the Partners and seeking out ways in which they can help balance the team’s workload. The Vice President/Associate is not just an editor, but can also guide the analysts through higher level work according to his or her capabilities and initiative. The position is for our Boston office.
Opportunity: The Vice President/Associate role at AGC Partners is designed for an entrepreneurial banker with the drive and self-confidence to build his/her own book of business down the road. This is an opportunity to build your own franchise leveraging the market presence of one of the leading technology boutique investment banks. Building on the extensive and varied transaction experience provided by AGC’s high-volume deal flow, and mentored by some of the industry’s most experienced senior Partners, you will have the opportunity to advance rapidly to the Partner position in just 4-5 years post MBA. Contrast our approach to that of the bulge-bracket banks with a 10-year, slave away, and wait-and-see track to Managing Director and you will appreciate the opportunity provided by our fast-track, merit-based path to a productive Partner franchise.
Qualifications: Recent MBA graduate or three to five years’ investment banking experience if no MBA. Applicants should also possess the below skills:
- Strong work ethic and passion for investment banking
- Prior investment banking experience preferred;
- Proven project management leadership skills
- Technical and accounting proficiency in all financial analyses required to support a variety of transactions
- Proficiency with Excel, PowerPoint and Word
- Superior written and oral communication skills
- Strong team-building and mentoring skills
- Outstanding character and good sense of humor
To Apply: Send resume, cover letter and transcript in an email with subject "AGC Partners 2020 Vice President/Associate Opportunity" to Morgan Murphy, email@example.com
Opportunity: AGC Partners is seeking an investment banking analyst for their Boston office. We are a market leading technology investment bank that specializes in sub $500 million transactions. We have worked hard to build a company culture that encourages open collaboration between all levels of the banking team, rewards solid performers and emphasizes the importance of accountability. As an analyst at AGC, you will be exposed to a broad range of transaction types which will focus on mergers & acquisitions and private placements. The primary job function of the analyst position will be live deal execution where analysts will work directly with senior AGC team members and frequently interact with clients. Unlike most Wall Street firms, AGC offers a unique opportunity for junior bankers to take on large amounts of responsibility and impact all phases of a deal from inception to close, gaining valuable experience through deal related responsibilities including, market analysis and research; financial analysis; pitch book preparation; and maintenance of industry M&A activity reports.Our analyst program is designed to take students from top tier programs and turn them into deal making athletes, who bring their intellect and passion into every project they take on. The goal for each one of our junior bankers is to be able to assess financial statements, construct business models from scratch, sell a company’s story, and identify what the key value proposition of a company. This is a full- time, 6 days/week “at-will” position with a 2 year commitment required. Candidates who are successful at AGC have the passion and drive to do a great job on every task, as well as push themselves to take on the hard stuff first, so they can advance their skills and get to the next level.
Qualifications: A successful candidate will have a strong desire and passion to strive in a fast-paced and entrepreneurial investment banking environment. Responsibilities will include financial modeling, pitch preparation and deal execution with a focus on M&A, public and private financings, and buyout assignments. Applicants should also possess:
- 6 months to 1 year experience as a full-time investment banking analyst is preferred
- Strong work ethic and passion for investment banking
- Proven leadership skills
- Strong interpersonal skill set as job entails significant interaction with colleagues and clients
- Ability to prioritize assignments while multi-tasking
- Interest and aptitude for technology,
- Excellent attention to detail,
- Technical proficiency, including Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint,
- Effective writing and oral communication skills (to include the creation and delivery of presentations to senior management of client and prospective client companies)
- Team-building and mentoring skills
Strong academic credentials from a top school and previous training in finance are preferred.
To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and transcript in an email with subject “AGC Partners 2020 Analyst Opportunity” to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AGC offers full-time internships in investment banking, accounting and operations throughout the calendar year. Typically, our internships follow the college semester schedule.
For the successful candidate, we offer:
- Valuable experience and exposure to investment banking,
- An opportunity to assess whether the "career fit" is right for you,
- Multiple training sessions,
- Future references,
- Hard-charging, professional culture
Internships typically run for a minimum of 8 weeks and a maximum of 12 weeks. Banking interns will be teamed up with an analyst mentor and will have a variety of tasks and assignments in support of their assigned analyst and the banking team in general. Responsibilities will include assisting with marketing and business development efforts, conducting research assignments, preparing company profiles and information books, and producing marketing materials and pitch books. Interns will participate in weekly training sessions and gain exposure into the role of a banking analyst. Accounting and Operations interns will support the finance and operations departments, respectively.
The candidate must have outstanding computer skills, including sophisticated Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills. A desire to learn and deliver creative solutions is a must. A "can-do" attitude and a good sense of humor will ensure your success in the role.
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.