Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Application deadline: 29th of April 2021 at 23:59
Verdane is a specialist Northern European private equity firm helping sustainable, tech-enabled businesses reach the next stage of international growth. We have helped our companies accelerate growth and scale their business since 2003, and our funds hold more than €3bn in total committed capital.
Companies we currently own include Brightpearl, CAIA Cosmetics, CURA of Sweden, Desenio, EasyPark, Farmasiet, Hive Streaming, Hornetsecurity, MatHem, momox, Nomentia and Polytech.
We are proud to have attracted high calibre investors from 15 countries, ranging from large foundations and endowments to pension funds, insurance companies and family offices. Over half of the capital commitments in our three most recent funds, Verdane Edda, Verdane Edda II and Verdane Capital X, are by not-for-profit investors. Strong returns for our funds thus also help good causes.
We are looking for two part-time interns to join our Investor Relations and Business Development team in Stockholm office. We think that you have strong analytical and communication skills, a solid financial understanding and that you are motivated to work in a fast-paced workplace.
You will have the chance to support on:
- Content production and data analysis for Verdane Partners and the Investor Relations team to use in investor meetings and communications
- Capital raisings for Verdane funds, specific portfolio companies and secondary transactions
- Annual investor and Advisory Committee meetings
You will be a perfect fit if our corporate values resonate with you:
Dare to be different: We are bold in our thinking and challenge the status quo. We treasure differences of opinion and value complementary perspectives as we seek creative solutions to complex problems.
Get things done: We actively work to shorten decision making cycles, always completing our set tasks with quality. We prioritise what lies before us in order to ensure that everything we set out to accomplish is done well, rather than taking on too many things at once.