I'm in the later stages of interviewing for a really cool firm that essentially functions as a multifamily office with every major asset class covered, but a particular focus on Alts.
I'm interviewing for a PE manager selection/fund investing role across primaries, secondaries, and co-investments. It seems to me like around half of the investment professionals are focused on PE/VC fund investing, with a few dedicated to HF, mutual funds, or real estate.
The team is really impressive with most of the more junior people coming from IB or manager selection roles, and the senior people either coming through as Associates, coming from direct PE investing, or joining out of top MBA programs.
The headhunter insists he has no idea what comp would be but also claims whatever I'm reasonably expecting, they'll probably be able to make it work.
Does anyone have a good sense what a range of comp may be for 1st year Associate here? They have $30B in AUM and ~25-30 investment professionals if that's useful.