At PitchBook we work to provide global professionals with comprehensive data on the entire venture capital, private equity and mergers and acquisitions landscape so they can discover and execute opportunities with confidence. We credit our success and rapid growth to our cutting-edge products, customer centered attitude and ability to embrace and drive change.
In just over a decade, PitchBook has reached over 1,450 global employees with offices worldwide, and we’re not slowing down! Consistently recognized as a Best Place to Work, our culture is at the heart of our success and is driven by excellence, inclusion and fun. At PitchBook we’re committed to fostering an open and collaborative work environment.
About the Role:
Our Institutional Research Group is looking to hire an experienced data analyst to join our Data Analysis & Quantitative Research team. As a valued team member, you’ll work with private markets transaction data to develop meaningful insights into a fascinating industry and power our industry-leading private equity, M&A, venture capital and emerging technology research. In addition, you’ll leverage your analysis skills to interpret client data requests and deliver packaged analytics used by some of the largest private capital investors, investment banks and service providers globally. Our team utilizes technical data analysis skills in conjunction with deep financial and private capital markets industry knowledge to deliver the most accurate and digestible information to our clients.
PitchBook Institutional Research Group is a provider of research services to private market investors, advisors and market participants. The group provides Investment strategy, fund performance and industry research through a differentiated framework-driven approach. In addition, the group provides custom research and data analysis support to subscribing clients.
Primary Job Responsibilities:
Utilize strong Microsoft Excel and SQL skills in order to provide high-quality data analysis and support to clients, internal stakeholders and select media outlets
Serve as a data expert for all use cases that utilize PitchBook’s broad database
Manage and complete time-sensitive custom research requests for subscribing clients
Contribute to and provide data support to broader editorial teams as they develop content for blog posts, data graphics and newsletter stories
Opportunity to contribute to research and analysis across the private equity, venture capital and M&A industries
Manage and respond to inquiries from clients, press, internal colleagues and the general public regarding data requests and published research
Support the vision and values of the company through role modeling and encouraging desired behaviors
Participate in various company initiatives and projects as requested
Skills and Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Finance, Business Administration or Economics preferred
Strong understanding of financial concepts such as valuation techniques (DCF, comps, etc.), IRRs, asset allocations, etc.
0-2 years of experience in a financial services role or experience working with large datasets
Strong excel proficiency
Experience in SQL
Experience using Python or other programming languages is a plus
Strong interest in M&A and private financial markets
Detail-oriented / analytical mindset
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
Experience in PitchBook Platform is a plus
Proficiency with the MS Office suite including in-depth knowledge of Outlook, Word and Excel with the ability to pick up new systems and software easily
If you are ready to start the conversation about how you might contribute to all the happenings at PitchBook, submit your resume today! PitchBook appreciates and respects diversity, and as such, we are an equal opportunity employer.
PitchBook is a rapidly growing financial data and software company covering the private and public financial markets. Through our award-winning product, we provide comprehensive data and analysis on the capital markets to help professionals discover and execute opportunities. An independent subsidiary of Morningstar, PitchBook currently has offices in Seattle, San Francisco, New York, London, and Mumbai.
At PitchBook, culture isn’t just working hard and having fun—it’s believing in what we do and having the desire to grow as much as our company does. We take pride in fostering a learning environment where development is key and your input is valued.