Investment Analyst at Vendis Capital

+/- 2 years relevant experience

Founded in 2009, Vendis Capital is an independent Brussels-based private equity firm dedicated to the European consumer space. In partnership with experienced entrepreneurs and managers, Vendis is focused on investing in and building small to medium-sized consumer companies that are well positioned for value-creating growth or transformation (“building brands together”). Vendis’ team currently consists of 13 high-caliber investment professionals of 4 different nationalities. Its top-quartile track record is recognized by international institutional as well as family office investors.   

As Analyst you will join a small, but highly professional investment team. This will drive above-average exposure and a steep learning curve. You will work closely together with other investment professionals throughout the different stages of the investment cycle:

  • Origination: mapping, screening, analysing different market segments; identifying attractive companies and analysing their strategies, competitive position and underlying economics; preparing presentations for internal or external use.
  • Transaction phase: financial modelling, facilitating due diligence, helping to negotiate bank financing, preparing the investment committee presentation.
  • Follow-up of portfolio companies: e.g. help set up/improve reporting and controlling, help maintain banking relationship, provide support for possible add-on acquisitions.
  • General support to the management of the firm.

To apply, candidates should have and/or demonstrate:

  • +/- 2 years relevant experience in top M&A, strategy consulting or private equity;
  • outstanding academic results and excellence in extra-curricular activities;
  • real fluency in French, Dutch, and English (spoken as well as written);
  • strong motivation, high level of dedication and enthusiasm;
  • a highly analytical mind, strong communication skills, eye for detail, team player attitude, ability to work independently.
Publication date: 
19 July 2017
Brussels Area