We are looking for talented students to support our investment team in making acquisitions and managing our group holdings.
Solix is an investment company at the helm of a group of high-quality companies in a diverse set of industrial sectors. We typically invest in Nordic companies with turnover of DKK/SEK 500 million or more and have acquired ten companies since inception in 2014. Our organisation is made up of eight experienced investment professionals with backgrounds from global top-tier investment banks, consulting firms and private equity funds.
Read more about Solix and the team at www.solixgroup.com
About the position
You will be part of our team of student analysts, undertaking new investments and driving value creation in our group holdings. You will be responsible for a variety of assignments that will sharpen your ability to analyse industries, evaluate potential investments, think strategically, and build financial models. We are a lean and highly experienced organisation, providing you with a unique opportunity from which to learn and expand your responsibilities as you develop professionally.
The position is based out of our office in Copenhagen with targeted start date in June 2019. The workload is c. 15-20 hours per week, with flexibility during exam periods.
We are looking to hire highly analytical and critical thinkers with a passion for business, and who are outgoing and energetic. Ideally, you are about to start a finance, business, or economics-focused Master’s degree and have strong academic results. Good knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint is expected, and relevant work experience from previous student positions and/or internships is a plus. You must be fluent in Danish or Swedish, and English.
We are currently accepting applications and will conduct interviews on an ongoing basis. Please send your application to Thomas Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org), including a brief cover letter, CV, and grade transcripts. You are welcome to also include relevant references, but this is not a formal requirement. The deadline for submitting your application is May 21, 2019.