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This also applied to private equity boutiques that raise capital. I have worked in asset management and treasury, I have also working in consulting for commercial real estate. I have developed a substantial network of hnw and uhnw investors. Some of these are personal some business. I believe I can be highly productive in raising capital for private equity and public transactions. I would like to continue to gain expertise in the other aspects of origination structure and so on. I have applied to many roles, and sent letters. I have indicated my willingness to work in some form of trial basis and details of my capital network. I would greatly appreciate any advice on people who started out later or not directly transferred from another division. Thank

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Feb 11, 2019

bobste, sorry there are no responses yet. Maybe one of these topics can point you in the right direction:

If those topics were completely useless, don't blame me, blame my programmers...

Feb 16, 2019

I'm not sure if I understood your question correctly but it sounds to me like you're inquiring more about some sort of private capital advisory/private placement agent role e.g. EVR/LAZ PCA or Park Hill. Investment banks don't "raise capital for private equity transactions" per se. Maybe aiming to join a BB Leveraged Finance team would give you more of the origination experience you're seeking. Someone correct me if I'm wrong

Swinging Through

Feb 19, 2019

Thank you. I was mentioning private capital transactions because there seems to be more value there coming in with a network. So I would be interested in more private equity or merchant banking in addition to larger investment banking. Basically what would someone recommend for a person trying to enter investment banking later. Thank you

Feb 19, 2019
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