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Hi all,

I've seen a lot of discussion on PE FoF and PE secondaries on this forum these days.
I now have this opportunity to interview with a fairly large FoFs, but am having trouble prioritizing multiple opportunities on hand.
Here's 3 analyst positions (all in Asia) that are presented to me and I really need your view on which of these gives a more promising long-term career.
The first and the second are almost confirmed, the FoF is still in interview process.

1. Regional IB: The firm is not a global player, but has strong presence in the region (think CIMB, I am international student if you are wondering)

2. PE Secondaries: a fairly large PE secondaries investment firm with top-quartile AUM and global presence(think Adam Partners)

3. A Private Equity FoF: USD ~5B AUM, investment focus mainly in emerging markets

Any comment is welcomed!

P.S. I need to decided by this weekend. Thanks a lot! If you need more details on the firms, I can PM.
Hope this also provides helpful information for other job seekers this year. Job market is really tough these days.

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Comments (6)

  • SonnyZH's picture


    The HBS guys have MAD SWAGGER. They frequently wear their class jackets to boston bars, strutting and acting like they own the joint. They just ooze success, confidence, swagger, basically attributes of alpha males.
  • In reply to FutureBanker09
    careerbuilder's picture


    what's your reason for choosing 1? I am currently leaning 2, but would like to hear your idea?
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