VC Analyst @ Nauta Capital in London, England

Nauta Capital is a pan-European technology venture capital firm with €365 million

under management and a portfolio of over 50 software companies. We’re passionate

about backing ambitious companies that share our vision to create global disruptors,

in large spaces, where technology has had limited impact.


We have teams in London, Barcelona, and Munich, and we invest in early-stage

software companies with a single global thesis. We have backed technology

disruptors such as Brandwatch, Onna, Mercaux, MishiPay, holded, and zenloop,

amongst others.


We are looking for an Investment Analyst Intern to join our London team starting

July 2020 for a period of 6 months. From day one, we offer high and direct

exposure to the attractive and challenging tasks of venture capital. You will be

involved in all the relevant aspects of investment management work. Furthermore,

working for Nauta Capital will provide you with the unique opportunity to gain indepth

insight into innovative, young, and high growth companies.


What the role involves:

The role involves working across all aspects of finding and assessing great start-ups

for investment

  • Sourcing new early-stage investment opportunities
  • Assisting with general management of day-to-day deal flow
  • Developing presentation materials for the investment committee. (This
  • includes developing and refining presentation themes, data gathering and
  • synthesis, and constructing professional presentation materials)
  • Assisting with due diligence process


Candidate profile:

  • Currently studying or recently graduated from a Bachelor’s/ Master’s/ MBA
  • Experience in either venture capital, entrepreneurship/start-ups, technology
  • industry, consulting, or investment banking
  • Solid understanding of, and passion for, technology and software; for example
  • with relevant knowledge in product management, online marketing or
  • business development are beneficial
  • Proven analytical abilities and good organisational skills
  • Capability to work independently and proactively with great attention to detail
  • Most applicants have been STEM and Economics graduates, but other
  • Subjects (History, English, Politics, etc.) are encouraged to apply
  • Fluent English; any other languages are an additional benefit


General details:

Application due date: 9am on 14th April 2020,

Location: London

Start date: July 2020

Candidate needs to have UK working rights

Interview dates: 20th April – 15th May

How to apply:

If this sounds interesting, email your CV and an answer to the following three

questions (instead of a formal cover letter):

  1. ‘Why do you want to work in VC’ (<300 words)
  2. ‘Name one European start-up you like, and why you think they are one to keep an eye on’ (<300 words)
  3. Where did you find out about this role?


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