Private Equity Recruitment
hace 8 días

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6096 / 14G We are working with a leading global investment manager focused on energy, infrastructure and real estate, with 130 professionals managing over US$10 billion of equity capital in multiple funds.

Our client recently launched a US$1.2 billion fund focused on investments in the energy sector in key markets such as Mexico’s clean energy.

The fund has an exciting new opening for an Analyst to join its Mexico City team.


  • Support the origination, analysis, structuring, documentation and execution of energy infrastructure opportunities, principally in Mexico but also other key Latin American markets
  • Focus on investment opportunities in sectors including development and pre-construction in power and clean energy projects, including low carbon generation, distributed generation, energy storage, electricity transmission and renewables
  • Support the asset management of projects under construction and operation within Mexico and Latin America
  • In-depth examination of the investment portfolio to identify savings and other value enhancements such as refinancing

  • Superior capabilities in financial modelling, with an eye for accuracy
  • Relevant infrastructure experience - developer, adviser, industrial sponsor, infrastructure fund, project finance and / or lending institution -
  • ideally in renewables / energy / utility sectors

  • Manage simultaneously a number of initiatives, deliver work to agreed deadlines and work well with a variety of individuals across a complex and evolving business
  • Superior analytical, written and communication skills
  • Bilingual fluency in Spanish and English
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