I searched the forum for the question I have, and even though there was a lot of information, I couldn't find a situation as near as mine as possible.
So, I was born in Brazil, lived there pretty much my whole life, but I moved to the US last summer. My experience is basically 6-7 years in BIG4, working for Valuation and M&A (1-2 years here), and some business development for the TAS area (1-2 years as well). I have performed valuation for a multitude of companies and situations, I am very confident in my financial modeling skills.
My last 3-4 years were spent being the Head of FP&A in two major manufacturing companies, more specifically the automotive industry.
As I mentioned, I moved into the US and just now received my work permit. I would like to take this opportunity to move into a PE or HF role. I am 36 years old and I understand that I may/should need to take a step back to move into the industry.
What do you guys think, feasible? If so, what would you do to try this?
I have emailed, sent resume to a lot of the companies in the PE/HF industry, but I think I may be missing the point here.
Thank you for your help!
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