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2024 Summer Analyst Internship

Title: 2024 - Summer Analyst
San Francisco
Salary: Competitive
Summer Analyst, Finance
Deadline: March 1, 2023
Start date: June 2024, Length: 10 weeks
Qatalyst Partners core business
Founded in 2008 by Frank Quattrone and his colleagues, Qatalyst provides M&A and strategic advisory services to the technology industry’s established and emerging leaders on matters crucial to their success. The Qatalyst team combines an extensive network of relationships with deep industry knowledge and seasoned transaction expertise to deliver a superior, senior level of service for clients who value experience, judgment, candor and insight. Moreover, all of Qatalyst’s bankers share a passion for technology that has been the focal point for their careers and success. Since its inception, Qatalyst has advised on over 200 transactions worth ~$635Bn.
Qatalyst, a leader in Tech M&A

Qatalyst has been involved in a number of industry-defining transactions, some examples of which include advising Figma on its pending sale to Adobe, Coupa on its pending sale to Thoma Bravo, Zendesk on its sale to Hellman & Friedman and Permira, Citrix on its sale to Vista and Evergreen, Datto on its sale to Kaseya and Insight Partners, Anaplan on its sale to Thoma Bravo, AfterPay on its sale to Block, Wolt on its sale to Doordash, Mailchimp on its sale to Intuit, Dialog on its sale to Renesas, Auth0 on its sale to Okta, Inphi on its sale to Marvell, Slack on its sale to Salesforce, Segment on its sale to Twilio, FitBit and Looker on their sales to Google; Qualtrics, Callidus and Concur on their sales to SAP; LinkedIn on its sale to Microsoft; PillPack, Twitch and Zoox on their sales to Amazon; CA on its sale to Broadcom; Duo Security, AppDynamics, BroadSoft and Sourcefire on their sales to Cisco; Sony on its acquisition of Insomniac Games ; HomeAway and Orbitz on their sales to Expedia; NetSuite on its sale to Oracle; MicroSemi on its sale to Microchip; Xoom on its sale to PayPal; Linear Technologies on its sale to Analog Devices; and Intuit on its acquisition of Credit Karma, among others. Our boutique structure provides us the ability to give intelligent, sound, and unbiased advice without the conflicts of interest inherent in larger institutions.

Qatalyst’s practice spans across four main verticals: consumer / internet, enterprise software, infrastructure technology and semiconductors. In addition, our team actively covers areas of emerging technology including: artificial intelligence, virtual / augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, robotics and next-generation financial technology, among others. Our team sees itself as a participant in the technology ecosystem and strives to be at the forefront of the strategic shifts in the technology industry.

With approximately 80 team members split between our San Francisco and London offices, analysts will benefit from our small teams, working closely with highly experienced senior technology bankers, and getting hands-on training in a multitude of projects and industries. Analysts will assist in the origination and execution of strategic advisory mandates, conduct analysis and synthesize financial and operational information on companies and sub-verticals within the technology industry, assist in building operating and financial models and perform valuation analysis.
•          Degree from top undergraduate program
•          Previous experience in investment banking, finance, engineering, or client services a plus
•          Strong analytical skills
•          Strong working knowledge of finance, accounting, and corporate valuation
•          High sense of responsibility and ability to work in small teams
•          Passionate about the tech industry
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