PGIM Private Capital - Investment Analyst, Lease and Infrastructure

PGIM Private Capital is one of the largest private debt investors in the world with nearly $87 billion in AUM across 1,000 companies (as of March 31, 2019). PGIM Private Capital typically invests over $13 billion annually in privately placed senior and mezzanine financings with middle-market companies. Clients range from large multi-national public companies to smaller privately held companies.

The Lease and Infrastructure team of PGIM Private Capital is seeking an Investment Analyst for its three-year analyst program.

Investment Analysts develop analytical skills, business perspective, and an understanding of the industries relevant to the assignment. The Investment Analysts partner with small investment teams in which each member makes an integral contribution to the business.

The three-year Investment Analyst program offers college graduates the chance to build their analytical skills, expand their knowledge of private capital investments, and develop a broad knowledge of capital markets. In this position, Analysts support PGIM Private Capital in managing and investing private placement debt.

Working on a small investment team, Investment Analysts research companies, markets and industries; participate in the due diligence on transactions; develop their financial modeling and comparable analysis skills; prepare written analysis on potential new investment transactions; support the team in monitoring portfolio investments; and, prepare marketing materials to support the team's direct calling efforts.

Expertise, analysis, and experience, drive everything we do. We invest in the potential of our employees by offering them large-scope, small-team emphasis on collaboration, and commitment to a healthy work/life balance. We challenge you as an individual, while supporting you with a team, so you can make real contributions while you're growing and becoming confidant of your capabilities.


  • Bachelor's degree, preferably in Accounting, Finance or other quantitative subjects
  • Excellent analytical and accounting skills
  • Knowledge of debt and equity security terms and valuation methodologies
  • Strong writing, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Investment research, corporate finance, and/or capital markets experience
  • Participation in the Chartered Financial Analyst ® (CFA) program.

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