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IR / Marketing Associate | Maranon Capital | Chicago, IL | Credit

Maranon Capital, L.P. is an alternative investment management firm focused on credit investment strategies for middle market companies. Maranon’s competitive edge is its multi-product strategies that span the balance sheet including senior debt, unitranche, mezzanine and equity co-investments. Since 2008, Maranon has invested approximately $5.5 billion in private market investments.

The Main Responsibilities will include:

  • Coordinate the gathering, analysis and writing of all marketing information required to complete the RFP in a timely manner
  • Interact with marketing, operations and investment team
  • Update proprietary databases with product and project information
  • Adhere to strict deadlines in a high-energy environment

A successful candidate will have an innate curiosity and desire to learn, a facility for reading information and good statistical analysis skills, an understanding of financial terms and a keen interest in finance. Additionally excellent computer skills, the ability to grasp new software quickly, a facility with numbers and spreadsheets, initiative, resourcefulness and tact are required.

Minimum two-four years related experience working in investor relations, consultant relations or sales in asset management

  • Ability to prioritize work, multi-task responsibilities and work independently
  • Strong ability to meet deadlines
  • Interest in financial/stock markets
  • High level of initiative
  • Strong verbal and excellent written communication skills
  • Ability to create PowerPoint presentations and Excel graphs
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, the Internet and RFP writing

Experience with a number of the following:

  • Handle all qualitative rfps
  • Support sales & marketing efforts
  • Support in seeking out, identifying, accumulating important information on prospects, clients and peers
  • Special projects arising from new business development
  • Co-ordinate marketing materials, research and competitive analysis for meetings and final presentations
  • Perform competitive analysis (profiles on peers: capabilities, people, clients, etc.) and implement a system to track the progress of marketing initiatives.
  • Support Marketing team on all marketing related projects
  • Support iLevel development with regards to limited partners
  • Work closely with investor relations on all new business development marketing needs
  • Maintain integrity of mail lists and contact information in salesforce

Send resume to tdm@maranoncapital.com

Analyst | 50 South Capital | Chicago, IL | Private Equity

50 South Capital Advisors (www.50southcapital.com) is the alternative investment platform for Northern Trust. 50 South Capital’s private equity group makes primary, secondary, and direct co-investments in buyout and venture capital funds and companies in the U.S., Europe and Asia. The team has extensive experience investing in the industry and has been led by its founding partners since 2000. It oversees over $5.0 billion in assets and is experiencing rapid growth.

The individual in the two year Analyst position will participate in all of the group’s activities, including investments, fundraising and portfolio management. This will include screening investment opportunities; meeting fund management teams; completing due diligence, including valuations and modeling; participating in various portfolio monitoring tasks and data analysis projects; creating and updating marketing materials; and participating in fundraising related initiatives.

The key responsibilities of the role include:

  • Preparing financial analysis in support of the firm’s due diligence on private equity fund/secondary/direct investment opportunities.
  • Evaluating a firm’s strategy and historical track record versus industry benchmarks; tracking industry wide and fund specific investment and liquidity data; modeling fund cash flows and transaction structures; working with valuation models and projection models; reference calls; and compiling information for investment committee presentations.
  • Supporting general duties within the primary, secondary, and direct investment functions, including monitoring the universe of buyout and venture capital fund managers, and meeting with these managers as part of the diligence process.
  • Assisting with business development and investor relations projects, such as maintaining marketing and quarterly performance presentations, creating industry white papers, and working with the back office team.
  • Position may require some travel.


  • Bachelor’s degree, with a major in business, finance, accounting, or economics preferred; also engineering.
  • 0-1 years of experience with leveraged finance, consulting, public accounting, corporate finance or private equity.

The successful candidate will benefit from having:

  • High attention to detail.
  • Strong work ethic.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work within a collegial, team environment.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and orally.
  • Highly-developed analytical ability, curiosity.
  • Ability to prioritize workload and to work on a number of projects concurrently.
  • Strong business and interpersonal judgment skills with ability to assess both the qualitative and quantitative aspects of an investment.
  • Understanding of how financial markets work, particularly private equity.
  • Knowledge of basic financial analysis and the valuation of private companies.
  • Highly proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Must be comfortable representing the firm to outside constituencies in a professional way.

Email your resume to Nick Lawler at nick.lawler@50southcapital.ntrs.com

Analyst | Updata Partners | Washington, D.C. | Private Equity/Venture

Updata Partners provides growth capital to software and software-enabled businesses. Led by an investment team averaging more than 25 years of technology experience, we invest in high-growth businesses where the combination of our capital and operating experience will help accelerate success. As former executives and entrepreneurs, Updata’s General Partners collaborate with management teams to build companies that stand out in their markets. With more than $750 million of committed capital since inception, we have provided growth equity funding to over 40 leading technology companies.

Updata invests in sectors we know well and in markets that we believe have high growth prospects. Companies in the “growth equity” stage have matured from idea to product development, have recorded meaningful sales, and have demonstrable proof points of market size and customer success. Capital is required to scale operations, expand to new markets, accelerate a new product launch, or provide liquidity to a founder or early investor. These situations are typically too large or complex for early-stage venture investors, and too small for later-stage private equity firms.

We are seeking an Analyst to join the Updata Partners team in our Washington, D.C. office. The Analyst will have responsibilities across the spectrum of growth equity investment activities, with a focus on deal sourcing and prospecting for companies that fit Updata’s investment strategy. The Analyst will help build and manage a pipeline of companies for the firm.

The Analyst position provides first-hand software investment experience at one of the most successful growth equity investment firms in the U.S. Direct interaction with and exposure to senior investment team members will help you develop a point of view on investment decisions early in your career.


  • Help to maintain pipeline across the investment team
  • Source prospects that fit Updata’s investment strategy through active email efforts and outbound calling
  • Develop a deep understanding of the business-to-business software market and assist in sector reviews
  • Support efforts to build relationships with early-stage investors and service providers in target geographies
  • Ensure data entry and maintenance of Salesforce records
  • Create new and improve the existing sourcing tools and processes that the team leverages day-to-day
  • Support on certain deal execution and portfolio management tasks

The successful candidate should be a driven individual who is interested in being an integral part of a successful investment team. Applicants should possess:

  • Strong work ethic and ability to thrive in a fast-paced, self-driven environment
  • Passion for technology
  • Effective communication and writing skills
  • Willingness and desire to be a team player
  • Ability to multi-task and adequately prioritize assignments

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to bsnyder@updata.com with “Updata Analyst Recruiting” in the subject line


Associate | Drawdown Fund/Tiger Grass Capital | Salt Lake City, UT | Private Equity

The Drawdown Fund is a growth equity fund that invests in catalytic businesses that generate attractive returns for investors and the planet. Drawdown Growth Capital Fund I was conceived in 2018 by Paul Hawken and Erik Snyder to scale existing market-based solutions to reverse global warming. Paul Hawken, the Founder of Project Drawdown and author of the New York Times best seller: Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Solution Ever Proposed to Reverse Climate Change, brings a partnership with one of the world’s leading research organizations addressing climate change. We look for companies that have proven business models, clear competitive advantage, and strong teams. We provide them the growth capital needed to scale their business and impact.

Our diversified global investments target three major systems:

  • Sustainable Cities: Alternative building materials, automation, smart mobility
  • Food; Agriculture: crop; food health, food distribution, waste reduction
  • Energy: Smart grids, battery storage, low-cost renewables

Our founding team possesses a strong and diverse set of backgrounds, bringing decades of experience as investors, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and strategy consultants. We come from all walks of life but share the common purpose of creating a sustainable planet.

A confluence of factors is creating a robust investment landscape for growth businesses focused on climate initiatives to outperform the broader markets and deliver both strong financial and environmental returns. Through our people, partners, and networks, we have robust proprietary deal-flow of the fastest growing companies across the sustainable economy.

Drawdown Fund is based in Park City, UT and is looking for driven, passionate and results-oriented people to join our team.


Tiger Grass Capital, the manager of the Drawdown Fund, is looking to add a high-performing Associate to our investment team. As a part of the team, you will be a key player in a fast and dynamic group, assisting with deal sourcing, diligence and evaluation, portfolio company monitoring, and fund operations. You will work directly with the General Partners of the Fund as we grow our portfolio of investments. We are looking for candidates with several years of experience in private equity, venture capital, investment banking, or an operational role in a fast-growing company. Industry experience is a plus. We expect candidates to have strong financial modeling, research, analytics, strategy, and communication skills as well as a clear passion for our mission of investing to create a better world for future generations.


Primary responsibilities of the role:

  • Support our industry research and thesis generation, tracking and monitoring trends driving our focus sectors.
  • Develop the deal sourcing pipeline by identifying and screening relevant and exciting companies in our target sectors through research, attendance at conferences, and follow-up on direct introductions.
  • Lead deal tracking and reporting on pipeline metrics.
  • Meet with the management teams of prospective and current portfolio companies, establishing direct relationships with these executives and contributing to the development of the investment thesis and perspectives on risks, potential for growth, and qualifications of the management team.
  • Perform due diligence, including market research and analysis, competitive analysis, review of technology and industry trends, developing financial projections and returns models, and conducting reference calls.
  • Create and present investment memos and additional written materials, including portfolio company reviews and operational updates. Conduct impact analyses to project the reduction of CO2-equivalents achieved through the operations of each portfolio
    company, synthesizing frameworks from Project Drawdown, external scientific research, and company analytics, and write reports summarizing the firm’s approach to forecasting CO2 reduction for each portfolio company.
  • Work directly with portfolio companies, attending board meetings and management team meetings, tracking progress, and assisting in special projects such as development of key business metrics and reporting packages, market and competitive analyses, or M&A
  • Develop internal databases, including tracking of operating KPI’s of portfolio companies.
  • Assist the General Partners in our fundraising process, including preparation of fundraising materials, drafting responses to investor questions, tracking fundraising progress, and providing support for communications and logistics related to fundraising.
  • Build strong relationships with other investors, startups and industry professionals, representing the Fund well in all interactions with these constituents.

Our ideal candidate has

  • 3-4 years of experience in a private equity, venture capital, investment banking, strategy, or operations role.
  • Undergraduate degree from a top-tier university with demonstrated academic excellence and extracurricular experience.
  • Strong analytical, financial modeling, and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact with executives and represent the firm with external constituents.
  • Resourceful and independent thinker, capable of taking on complex tasks to complement and strengthen the abilities of the investment team.
  • Strong ethics, humility, and a sense of humor.
  • Passion for climate change and our industries of focus.

Please send your resume and cover letter to careers@drawdownfund.com

Associate | Rethink Impact | San Francisco, CA (preferred) or New York, NY | Private Equity/Venture


Rethink Impact is an institutional-scale venture capital fund investing in gender diverse teams tackling the world’s greatest challenges in health, education, sustainability, and fintech. (www.rethinkimpact.com)


Overview: If you love numbers, want to invest for good, care about closing the gap for women in tech, and are an all-around rock star and good human you have come to the right place. Rethink Impact is an institutional-scale venture capital fund investing in gender diverse teams tackling the world’s greatest challenges in health, education, sustainability, and fintech. Make no mistake, though, we are 100% returns oriented and think our strategy is the best way to get there! We’re invested in companies such as Ellevest, FutureFuel.io, Spring Health, Guild Education, Neurotrack, Ketos, Aclima, and many others.

Responsibilities: This is an ideal role for someone who is passionate about learning the business of venture capital yet wants to use the tools of investment and tech to create a positive impact on the world. We are a flat and fast-paced organization and the person in this role will work directly with the senior partners. Primary responsibilities include pipeline management, investment due diligence and analysis for Seed – Series B stage companies (financial modeling, pro forma cap tables, comparables analyses, exit scenarios, market landscapes, and investment memos, etc.) as well as supporting our portfolio of iconic female founders (researching downstream funding sources, quarterly reporting, etc.). We will also look to this person to help source new deals (at industry events, through personal networks, etc.), contribute to investment strategy, and deepen our firm’s connections in the broader venture capital and impact investing ecosystem. While this is a great role for someone looking for a big, diverse challenge before business school, the door is open for anyone who can work hard, drive value, make us all smarter, and push our firm forward in big new ways.


Ideal Background:

  • 2-4 years of investment banking or similar experience.
  • Killer financial skills and a passion for numbers.
  • High energy self-starter and fast learner.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and work outside one’s comfort zone.
  • Someone who likes variety. We are small, flat and nimble. This role will provide exposure to all parts of venture capital and beyond—e.g. you could be learning about all things related to food waste one day and running complicated waterfalls the next, all the while helping organize a PitchFest for female founders and funders in the background.
  • Extremely organized and well-suited to remote/mobile work. We have team members around the country, so we’re looking for someone who is comfortable interacting not just in person, but also working regularly by phone, video, solo in an office, or crowded around a table in a café.
  • Demonstrated passion for social impact and/or gender equality (given that less than 3% of VC dollars are going to women and the world’s greatest problems are a huge market opportunity for innovation and returns). This might be from a job, volunteer experience or projects you have led. Passion can show up in a lot of ways.
  • Ideally, a diverse background (in some way) as we believe that inclusive teams who represent multiple perspectives lead to better outcomes…and we have the data and experience to back that up.
  • Hard-working. Not going to lie—we are a hard-working group – but it’s more like spikes and valleys vs. a daily grind. We also like to think we work smart and we value performance – there is no face time. We love and care deeply about what we do. Ask anyone that knows us. But, don’t worry, we have lots of fun outside work; we just want someone that shares our GSD mentality.


Experience: While we’re open to a wide range of experiences, a typical candidate probably has 2-4 years of investment banking and/or private equity experience (or some equivalent financially-oriented job) plus some demonstrated exposure to or experience in social impact and/or gender equality. Connections into the startup and/or tech community are a plus but not required.


Still Interested? Please send a CV and brief cover email to jobs@rethinkimpact.com.


Start date is before year-end (but we can be flexible for the right person).

Investor Relations & Marketing Associate | JMI Equity | Baltimore, MD | Private Equity/Venture

JMI Equity (www.jmi.com) is a growth equity firm focused on investing in leading software companies. Founded in 1992, JMI has invested in over 145 businesses in its target markets, successfully completed over 95 exits and raised more than $4 billion of committed capital. JMI partners with exceptional management teams to help build their companies into industry leaders.

The Investor Relations and Marketing Associate will report to the firm’s Principal, Investor Relations & Marketing and will also work closely with JMI’s CFO, Head of Finance, and Finance team. He/she will be responsible for assisting the IR & Finance teams with all functions including, but not limited to:

  • Support the Firm’s General Partners and senior professionals in cultivating relationships with existing and prospective investors, and managing external communications in a manner consistent with industry best practice
  • Help lead fundraising efforts in collaboration with the Firm‚
  • General Partners and other senior professionals (i.e. assist in strategy development, manage dataroom, prepare diligence materials)
  • Coordinate investor calls and meetings and own preparation of relevant materials (i.e. presentations and briefing notes)
  • Lead in the preparation of content and manage planning process for the Firm’s annual LP meeting
  • Create investor communication materials (i.e. investor update letters, advisory committee materials, and portfolio company case studies)
  • Maintain investor CRM system (Dynamo)
  • Manage and oversee content and updates to JMI marketing collateral, website, and LinkedIn
  • Support the Firm’s marketing and public relations efforts (i.e. facilitation and review of Firm and portfolio company press releases)
  • Assist with other ad hoc projects and initiatives (i.e. ESG, co-investments, etc.)
  • Liaise with Finance team and General Counsel to ensure materials are accurate and in compliance with firm’s processes and relevant legal and regulatory requirements


  • Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or related field
  • 2-4 years of work experience in investor relations, investment banking / private equity, investment management or consulting, accounting, placement agency, or similar

Experience with a number of the following:

  • Understanding of financial reporting and performance statistics with strong financial, analytical, and technical acumen
  • Team-oriented with excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong project management and time management skills; ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Extremely organized and detail oriented
  • Strong work ethic, self-motivated, proactive, and capable of thriving in a fast-paced environment
  • An eagerness to learn and participate
  • Willingness to be flexible and operate in a small company environment
  • Proficiency with Microsoft software (Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Excel), working knowledge of CRM systems (Dynamo preferredHandle all qualitative rfps

Please email resume to Melissa Guttman (Principal, Talent) at mguttman@jmi.com

Analyst, Transactions | Stockbridge Capital | San Francisco, CA | Real Estate

About Stockbridge Capital
Stockbridge is an established real estate investment firm with over $14.9 billion in AUM across a wide range of investment strategies and asset types across the U.S with offices in San Francisco, Atlanta, and Chicago.

Stockbridge’s Opportunistic Business focuses on high-yield investments with an emphasis on urban development and redevelopment projects on the West Coast. This team is run by firm founder Terry Fancher and is characterized by longstanding employment, with multiple tenures spanning up to multiple decades.

The Analyst will work closely with the Transactions Team for Stockbridge’s Opportunistic Business to manage existing assets and portfolios as well as to develop strategies for new business opportunities. This is both a qualitative and quantitative position, strong math and written skills are necessary. All property types, including niche strategies, may be analyzed.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepare and update financial models in Excel and/or Argus for existing assets and prospective investments, including sensitivity analyses, various leverage structures and joint venture structuring
  • Work with team members in the analysis, documentation and execution of various capital transactions, including acquisitions, partnerships, financings, development programs and ultimate exit opportunities
  • Prepare internal and external presentations and memos regarding existing investments and proposed new investment vehicles
  • Analyze market research to evaluate prospective new investment opportunities or strategies
  • Interface with internal and external parties, such as operating partners, leasing/sales brokers, lenders, accounting teams, legal counsel and other market contacts as needed

Skills and Competencies

  • All candidates must have a BA or BS degree from an accredited institution, with preferred degrees in real estate, finance, business, accounting, economics or related area. Must have strong academic credentials
  • 2 – 5 years of real estate finance experience and strong experience with financial modeling
  • Proven analytical skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with Argus preferred
  • Effective writing skills and ability to synthesize information, as well as verbal interpersonal/communication skills

Strong organizational skills, with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously

Please go to the Stockbridge Careers page on www.stockbridge.com and submit your application for the job there.


Associate Director | Fitch Ratings | New York, NY | Real Estate

Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries. Fitch Group is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, an industry-leading provider of credit risk products and services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.

Fitch complies with all laws governing employment in each jurisdiction in which it operates, and provides equal opportunity to all applicants and employees. All applications will be considered without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, and other status protected by applicable laws.

Fitch Ratings is seeking an Associate Director (AD) for our Structured Finance Business Relationship Management group. The position will work closely with Structured Finance BRM senior management and team members to achieve the strategic business goals of the team with a focus on the Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities (CMBS) Group.

The Associate Director’s primary responsibilities will be supporting the business development efforts as a relationship manager for CMBS issuers and bankers. The AD will attend and participate in external meetings and industry conferences. The position will also serve as the point person for new business opportunities by handling fee management responsibilities including the execution of engagement letters and the preparation of budgets. The AD will prepare business development reports to highlight the group’s activities for senior management including market share, revenue management and business highlights. Additional responsibilities will include updating market research, creating presentations and other market or competitive intelligence materials, and coordinating the group’s research distribution efforts.

College degree; 2-5 years’s professional work experience; experience in business development, financial services or fixed income arena preferred.  Knowledge of structured finance, CMBS and Salesforce is a plus.

The successful candidate must possess strong relationship management skills including excellent verbal and written communications skills, be extremely organized and detail oriented, and highly proficient in PowerPoint, Excel, and Word. In addition, the high-energy, team player must be able to work well independently and meet deadlines in a time-sensitive environment.

Send email to alyson.housley@fitchratings.com


AVP or VP Asset Management | Spaulding & Slye Investments | Washington, D.C. or Boston | Real Estate

Spaulding & Slye Investments is an operating unit within JLL (NYSE:JLL), a financial and professional services firm specializing in real estate. JLL is the leading global real estate services and money management firm. We serve our clients’ real estate needs locally, regionally and globally from offices in over 100 markets in 36 countries on five continents, with approximately 17,300 employees. Our professionals provide comprehensive expertise, including management, transaction, advisory and real estate money management services, to owners, occupiers and investors. JLL is an industry leader in property and corporate facility management services, with a portfolio of approximately 725 million square feet under management worldwide.

On behalf of senior employees of JLL and select third-party co-investors, SSI makes investments in the primary property sectors in major markets across the United States. It then executes intensive asset management and value-creating programs. SSI is a small group within a larger national and global organization. SSI also provides third party asset management services to select clients.

Spaulding & Slye Investments (SSI), the principal investment arm of JLL, is seeking a Senior Asset Management Professional to join its growing real estate investment team. The primary role is to oversee and execute the operating business plan related to existing and future assets acquired or managed by SSI. Moderate travel is required. The person can sit in either the Boston or Washington offices of SSI and will work closely with team members in both offices.

The candidate will bring an entrepreneurial spirit and strong experience directing intensive real estate value creating strategies, not solely a reporting orientation. The nature of projects include building renovation and repositioning, expansion / development, and intensive leasing strategies. The candidate will be the day-to-day point of contact with leasing teams, management companies, capital markets groups, project managers and their respective staff(s), managing the relationship with capital partners in joint ventures, and be accountable for investment results.

The position reports to the Head of Asset Management and involves a close partnership with the originations team leader. Compensation includes base salary, annual bonus and GP level incentives in company projects. The candidate will also be provided the opportunity to invest equity in select investments.


  • Significant experience (5-7 years) in asset management of institutional quality assets across multiple asset classes with an analytic and quantitative approach as well as strong real estate instincts.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance/Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Real Estate or related subject. Master’s degree a plus.
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines.
  • Strong financial modeling (including Argus), presentation and executive reporting skills.

The individual would be able to do the following with little oversight:

  • Create and execute value-add investment strategies for real estate assets, both owned and managed, working collaboratively with originations teams for new investments.
  • Direct third-party property managers, leasing agents, consultants and attorneys to provide guidance for and oversight of business plans, budgets, forecasts, leases, analysis and approvals.
  • Propose, obtain ownership approval for, and be responsible for executing annual business plan including operating, leasing and capital budgets.
  • Direct lease negotiations including performing analysis of lease proposals and managing the approval process for proposed lease terms with joint venture capital partners and lenders, as applicable.
  • Maintain proactive tenant relations program including regular communication with important or material tenants in portfolio.
  • Prepare required periodic reporting for portfolio including asset management and investment committee meetings with executive team.
  • Negotiate third party contracts and oversee implementation of development, redevelopment and capital improvement programs within the portfolio.
  • Contribute to valuation process of each asset on a periodic basis including updating of Argus model over life cycle of investments.
  • Responsible to maintain cash flow of each asset in order to maximize distributions while accounting for appropriate reserves and capital expenses
  • Manage financing/refinancing and disposition of individual assets within portfolio.

Please contact Tricia Moore (MD, Asset Management and hiring manager) directly at tricia.moore@ssinvests.com and apply online at https://jll.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/jllcareers/job/Washington-DC/Senior-Asset-Management-Professional_REQ66221


Senior Associate / Vice President, Capital Markets | Newmark Knight Frank | Washington, D.C. | Real Estate


Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) is one of the world’s leading commercial real estate advisory firms. Together with London-based partner Knight Frank and independently-owned offices, NKF’s 14,100 professionals operate from more than 400 offices in established and emerging property markets on six continents. With roots dating back to 1929, NKF’s strong foundation makes it one of the most trusted names in commercial real estate. NKF’s full-service platform comprises BGC’s real estate services segment, offering commercial real estate tenants, landlords, investors and developers a wide range of services including leasing; capital markets services, including investment sales, debt placement, appraisal, and valuation services; commercial mortgage brokerage services; as well as corporate advisory services, consulting, project and development management, and property and corporate facilities management services. For further information, visit www.ngkf.com. JOB DESCRIPTION Seeking a Real Estate Finance Professional with 5 – 8 years of finance/ valuation/ structuring experience in commercial real estate to provide analytical support for real estate debt and equity capital markets group in Washington, DC. Must understand and be able to articulate the fundamental concepts, practices and procedures associated with commercial real estate finance, including but not limited to market analysis, investment analysis and appraisal. Financings include agency lending, permanent, bridge, mezzanine, construction and equity. Requires strong computer, analytic and writing skills with emphasis on Excel modeling (AE/Argus knowledge or Agency experience a plus). Document formatting, editing, and basic market research skills are desirable. Agency, Investment banking, mortgage banking or institutional analyst training background preferred. JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Provide financial evaluation, modeling, structuring and analysis for income producing properties such as office, retail, hotel, and multi-family investments.
  • Assist team in all day-to-day responsibilities, which include the preparation of offering materials and transactional support and negotiation.
  • Gather property specific & market information by researching a variety of sources including, but not limited to, industry, regulatory and economic information, financial periodicals and newspapers, mortgage and lease documents, demographic data, property information and company records.
  • Organize, evaluate, interpret and summarize data.
  • Prepare a variety of analyses, statements and reports for management review; works with marketing assistants in preparation of maps, graphics or illustrations to include with research findings and offering materials.
  • Prepare forecasts and analyzes trends in commercial real estate finance, general business and industry conditions.
  • Interface with clients, equity investors, lenders, government agencies, etc., to complete tasks, execute financings and document negotiations.
  • Assignments are broad in nature, usually requiring originality and ingenuity.
  • Assignments are generally based in the Mid-Atlantic; travel not typically required.
  • Other duties may be assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree; with five to eight years related professional experience. MBA or MS degree a plus. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Commercial Real Estate, Investment Banking or finance related experience a plus.
  • Competent knowledge, understanding and utility of several software programs including, but not limited to Excel, Word, Power Point, etc. AE/Argus competency and ability to perform market research using subscription services and online databases are a plus.
  • Market-rate salary plus bonus. Standard benefits of Health Care, 401(k), PTO, etc.

HOW TO APPLY Contact Newmark Knight Frank Capital Markets Kassi Saridakis (office) 202-664-5925 ksaridakis@ngkf.com Joe Donato (office) 202-312-5787 jdonato@ngkf.com CLOSES November 15, 2019

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