Why It Makes Sense To Get PE Recruiting Done As Early As Possible
Most would say that Private Equity recruiting happens far too early…
Most would say that Private Equity recruiting happens far too early — this year, especially pre-Labor Day On-Cycle 2024 Recruiting started with New Mountain Capital, Carlyle, and Permira, amongst a couple of the initial firms going. You can read more about the entire list here in our Newsletter: Interviews Started for 2024 On-Cycle.
Some of our earliest placements were individuals that were still going through training at their various investment banks (mainly bulge brackets)… now why does it make sense for PE firms to recruit that early? Because they can get it done. Because the individuals that know they want Private Equity can get it done.
“Our advice remains the same: if you’re serious about PE, it’s best to knock out prep that is in your control (LBO Modeling, Business Intuition Guide, and Written Cases you can master without any meaningful banking experience) before you get swamped with work.”
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What Mentees have said about our Platform and Coaching Services in the past:
- “I see you guys all over LinkedIn and have been reading the newsletters since the beginning, in a market like this so long you’re alive you’re doing well — however, you guys seem like you’re THRIVING.”
- “You guys are like bringing science to the interview process, no wonder why you’ve had so many placements”
- “It’s tough to get good deals on your resume, sometimes it’s sometimes a matter of luck — so being able to navigate this process without having the best cards is definitely useful.” (BB)
- “Last thing you want to be is STUCK in a DOWN-CYCLE being a banking analyst thinking I should’ve recruited before when there were more opportunities.
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Caitlin Vorlicek (@cvorlicek), Vice President at Sageview Capital