~$100mm fund analyst offer straight from undergrad- to take or not?Subscribe
I am fortunate enough to have the rare opportunity to join a fund as an analyst directly from undergrad. The role will include traditional investment related: financial modeling (cap table, 3 statements, valuation), investors communication (decks), market analysis, due diligence.
VC is what I want to do for sure long-term. My concern is (like any other wso monkeys) my exit opps. I just don't know if top MBAs and other large VCs will take a kid who went into VC from undergrad as opposed to people who did a stint at MBB or BB stint.
Anybody who does recruiting for MBA or VCs or anyone in the VC industry- I'd love to get your advice.