Investment Banking Experienced Analyst - Healthcare

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Investment Banking


San Francisco, California

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Company Description:

William Blair is a global investment banking and asset management firm. We are committed to building enduring relationships with our clients and providing expertise and solutions to meet their evolving needs. An independent and employee-owned firm, William Blair is based in Chicago and, together with its strategic partners, operates worldwide.

The San Francisco office is our 2nd largest office in the firm. From our San Francisco office we cover the technology, healthcare and financial sponsor sectors. We have over 50 bankers, traders, research analysts and wealth management advisers based out of San Francisco.

About the Team:

Our global footprint provides opportunities to deliver highly strategic advice to market-leading companies around the world. Guided by our unwavering commitment to our clients’ success and motivated by our vision to build the premier global boutique investment bank, we provide the industry’s brightest minds with the opportunity to thrive in an energetic, entrepreneurial environment and team-oriented culture.  Our mission is to provide bold, creative advice to clients and leadership in our markets and our communities.

William Blair’s healthcare franchise provides a full range of service offerings such as public and private strategic advisory and M&A work as well as equity and debt related product offerings such as initial public offerings, secondary offerings, convertibles, private placements.

Job Summary & Responsibilities:

William Blair Analysts have the opportunity to harness their potential by being part of a culture of collaboration and accountability that offers compelling work and direct client exposure. Your personal and professional growth will be accelerated by working alongside senior bankers who have a vested interest in your development.  

As an Analyst you will work alongside and support senior bankers in researching and creating marketing pitch materials, building financial models to value potential clients, and researching industries or sectors as determined by senior bankers in targeting certain clients or industries. You will also work on active M&A and equity transaction execution including, but not limited to:

•Financial analysis
•Model creation
•Drafting memoranda
•Due diligence
•Attending client meetings and drafting sessions
•Creating data rooms
•Any other support services required to assist in closing an engagement


•At least 1 year of Investment Banking experience
•Experience in Healthcare / Life Sciences preferred but not required
•Detail oriented with strong analytical / financial modeling abilities.
•Excellent mathematical, writing, verbal and computer skills.
•Ability to adapt to new tasks with little notice.
•Ability to manage expectations of senior bankers while working on multiple projects simultaneously.
•General understanding of accounting and finance.
•Committed to satisfying internal and external customers
•Bachelor’s degree required, business/finance, biology or chemistry degree preferred
•Internship or prior work experience in healthcare or financial services industry preferred  
•Series 79 and 63 licenses required within 90 days of hire

As a William Blair associate, you’ll enjoy Medical, Dental, Life and AD&D Insurance, along with a generous profit sharing program that includes a 401K plan in addition to a firm contribution. We also offer three weeks of vacation, flexible spending accounts, a business casual dress code, a 75% discounted commissions on trades, and discounts at restaurants, museums, parks and retailers.

William Blair is an equal opportunity employer. It complies with all laws and regulations that prohibit discrimination in employment practice because of race, color, religion, creed, ancestry, marital status, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, unfavorable discharge from the military service or on the basis of a physical or mental disability that is unrelated to the employee's ability to perform the duties of the job applied for.

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