Private Equity Investment Analyst Salary

The average pay for a Private Equity Investment Analyst is $73,698 per year.

$39,866 - $148,652
MEDIAN: $73,697

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$39,866 - $148,652  
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$39,866 - $193,157  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 16 May 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 23
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Job Description for Private Equity Investment Analyst

A private equity investment analyst is a specialized financial advisor who helps specific capital groups to make long-term investments in businesses. They typically work for a group of focused investors, although they may work with pension fund groups, endowment funds or even wealthy individuals. The private equity investment analyst does not seek to raise capital or provide fluid financial availability the way an investment advisor might for a business. Rather, he or she acts as an investor into private enterprise businesses with a goal of long-term growth.


Private Equity Investment Analyst Tasks

  • Manage private equity portfolios, evaluating profitability and conducting financial transactions.
  • Perform analysis and construct models to evaluate the financial performance of private companies or industries.
  • Make recommendations for investments based on company and industry research.

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Years of Experience

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Common Health Benefits

medical benefits Medical: 91% dental benefits Dental: 73%
vision benefits Vision: 50% employee benefits None: 9%