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Analyst, Capital Solutions Team, Private Fund Group London, Asset Management 214776

Credit Suisse
Borough, South East London, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Mar 20, 2023

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Job Role
Financial Accountant
Contract Type
Full Time
Our Private Fund Group (PFG) is the world's leading placement agent with three main lines of business. In our Primaries business, we raise capital for domestic and international direct investment firms, including private equity, buyout, real assets, credit/distressed, secondary, infrastructure and emerging markets funds, from investors worldwide, including public pension, corporate pension, sovereign wealth, endowments, foundations, financial/insurance companies and family offices. In our Capital Solutions (Secondary and Co-invest) business, we advise clients seeking to sell limited partner fund interests or portfolios of direct assets through secondary transactions, such as GP-led continuation funds, and we help clients raise co-investment for direct investment opportunities.

We have professionals located in New York, London, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo and Sydney.

Our Capital Solutions role provides excellent exposure to the origination and execution of secondaries and co-investment transactions, primarily focusing on advising GP's looking to raise continuation funds to provide exits to their mature funds, as well as a broad range of other transactions including co-investment raise, LP fund sales, and direct asset sales, to resolving other situations through structured solutions. Capital Solutions team members work with a wide variety of external counterparties and clients, including LPs, GPs, corporates, individuals and government organizations. The PFG is widely recognized as a market leader, with a proven record in closing some of the largest and most complex secondary transactions in the market.

Roles &


An outstanding opportunity to join us in this role, PFG Analysts are expected to perform at a high level and take the initiative to come up to speed quickly assuming increasing levels of responsibility. They can expect a broad exposure to all aspects of the transaction process including:
  • Providing upfront strategic advice and evaluating prospective clients
  • Articulating complex marketing stories and preparing in-depth transaction materials
  • Opportunities to travel and work with a global client base
  • Daily client interaction with senior private equity executives
  • Interacting with and supporting the broader PFG team

Your future colleagues

In its Asset Management (AM) business, Credit Suisse offers products across a broad spectrum of investment classes, including equities, fixed income, and alternative investments. Credit Suisse's AM business handles over $425 billion of assets for clients. These clients include governments, institutions, corporations and private individuals. In the New York office, our business focuses on alternative investment strategies, as well as capital raising by the Private Fund Group. We are a department which values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realizing the firm's D&I ambition which is an integral part of our global cultural values.

PFG Analysts must be high caliber self-starters who possess a strong desire to learn about and understand the dynamics of the private equity industry, the businesses it invests in, and the capital structures used. In addition, we are seeking the following:
  • Highly motivated, results oriented candidates who want to become an integral part of a dynamic and fast-growing group.
  • Experience in Asset Management.
  • Outstanding communication and organizational skills; proven ability to think creatively; strong analytical and quantitative capabilities.
  • Clear and concise writing skills; accuracy and attention to detail; ability to manage work both independently and as a team member.
  • A high degree of dedication.
  • Proven experience in editing and critiquing documents.
  • Financial acumen, strong quantitative skills and modelling experience.


You will adhere to the following principles in the execution of your role:
  • Act with integrity.
  • Act with due skill care and diligence.
  • Observe proper standards of market conduct.
  • Deal with the regulators of the entities in an open and co-operative way, disclosing any information of which they would expect notice.
  • Take reasonable steps to ensure that the business of the entities is organised so that it can be controlled effectively.
  • Exercise due skill, care and diligence in managing the business of the entities.
  • Take reasonable steps to ensure that the business of the entities complies with the relevant requirements and standards of the regulatory system.
  • Dedication to fostering an inclusive culture and value diverse perspectives

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