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Mergers & Acquisition Analyst

Fall Internship 

KVLR seeks an M&A Analyst Intern that is ready to work hard and has an entrepreneurial spirit. The analyst will work on a variety of transactions during all stages of the acquisition or joint venture.

KVLR is looking for individuals to join a highly selective fall program at a dynamic, diverse, and inclusive private equity firm. The internship program is an opportunity to expand your knowledge of the private equity and healthcare industries while gaining exposure to KVLR's disciplined investment process.

Our 2021 Fall program starts with one week of intensive training led by deal team members, followed by “real-world” experience. KVLR’s emphasis on continuous training offers members in the M&A Internship Program a unique opportunity to successfully launch their careers after graduation.

Responsibilities:

  • Contact executives of physician groups about potential exit/merger structures while identifying the prospect that meets KVLR's investment criteria. (outreach experience via phone and email is a must).

  • Collaborate with deal teams to evaluate potential investment opportunities through research, data analysis, and the review of financial and business information, and support in the execution of live deals

  • Understanding the preliminary due diligence, managing the diligence process, and structuring well-organized notes in KVLR's centralized system.

  • Assist in the reporting, oversight, and operations of existing and pending partnerships while implementing KVLR’s best practices (e.g. organizational structure, sales execution, and financial valuations.)

  • Exposure to a wide range of healthcare companies in different markets.

  • Support cross-functional initiatives; research and identifying new investment opportunities

Qualification & Personal Qualities Required:

  • Demonstrated track record of academic success and/or professional pursuits in Finance, Economics, Accountancy, or Corporate Strategy.

  • Current students enrolled in an undergraduate program, graduating in Winter 22 – Spring 23

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

  • Demonstrated quantitative and analytical skills

  • Ability to internalize feedback and improve through coaching and training

  • Interest in financial markets and the evolving healthcare industry and trends