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Spring 2023 Investment Banking Internship

ComCap Spring 2023 Internship Job Description 

About ComCap Holdings 
ComCap was founded in 2012 to provide mergers and acquisitions and capital raising services for e-commerce and digital retail-related companies. There have been many other successful banking practices focused on “digital media” - ComCap differentiates through our focus on digital retail. The original concept came from Managing Partners' experience in acquiring, restructuring, and running e-commerce businesses while at 
Our Internship program is from January 9 to April 21 during the Spring semester. During the Internship, you will develop your skills, build a network and determine whether investment banking or another path is right for you. You will be working with internet, software, and disruptive consumer companies to execute mergers, acquisitions, and financing assignments. Additionally, this is a remote Internship, so there is a degree of flexibility around the location of operations.

Role Qualifications

  1. Sophomore, Junior, or Senior standing at a US or Canadian University with a 3.5 GPA or above. 
  2. Demonstrated ability to write marketing documentation, model transactions, conduct research, make insightful competitive analyses, and perform valuation analyses.
  3. Financial modeling experience in excel, basic or better PowerPoint skills.
  4. People and project management skills appropriate to level.
  5. Good financial modeling experience in excel, and basic or better PowerPoint skills.
  6. Self-driven, detail-oriented.
  7. Ability to produce large amounts of high-quality work products in a short period.
  8. Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  9. A strong academic record from a leading undergraduate program is required.
  10. Entrepreneurial streak.
  11. Work authorization in the US.

Role & Responsibilities

Interns can expect a fast-paced, demanding work environment that offers the chance to learn and grow professionally. Day-to-day activities of Interns vary but include financial analysis and modeling, company and industry research, participating in the development of client presentations, and interactions with senior bankers and clients.
Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.