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Type of Role: Investments

Experience Level: Intern - Undergraduate

Location: Ft. Worth, Texas

Salary: $50K - $50K

The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (“APFC”) manages the $78 billion Alaska Permanent Fund, a sovereign endowment established in 1976 to provide for all current and future generations of Alaskans. We are growing  and plan to add several experienced and talented investors to our investment team. Below you will find the basic responsibilities and qualifications for these positions and an overview of the primary private markets strategies for which we are hiring.

Eligibility Requirements for APFC External Partner Internship

  • Must be an Alaska resident attending school in any state, or a student enrolled at a post-secondary school in Alaska.
  • 3.0 GPA – Major
  • 2.5 GPA – Overall

Application Process

Application Period Closes 02/01/2024

Applicants who meet the APFC Alaska eligibility requirements will be forwarded to Crestline Investors Inc. when the application period closes.  Please note your cover letters must indicate you’re applying through the APFC Partner Internship Program. 

About Crestline Investors, Inc.

Crestline Investors, founded in 1997, is an institutional alternative investment management firm with more than $17 billion in assets under management. Crestline specializes in credit and opportunistic investments that offer flexible capital solutions to middle market companies, asset backed investing and financing solutions for private equity, real estate and infrastructure funds and other private asset vehicles. Crestline Summit employs a multi-strategy, multi-portfolio manager, equity-oriented market neutral approach to producing absolute returns. Crestline provides beta and hedging solutions for institutional clients. CL Life and Annuity Insurance Company is a provider of fixed annuity products. Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, Crestline maintains affiliate offices in Dallas, New York, London, Toronto and Tokyo.

We are currently looking for Interns to work with our Credit and Opportunistic Investments team during the Summer of 2024.

What are we looking for?

  • Class of 2025 or 2026 Finance Majors w/ interest in Investing and with strong accounting skills
  • We are looking for highly motivated individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in academic and extracurricular activities.

Qualified candidates must be self-motivated team players who have strong organizational and communication skills. While a background in finance or accounting is not required, applicants should be comfortable with basic numerical computation. Strong proficiency with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint is a plus.

What will our Interns be doing during the Internship?

  • Assisting the investment team with deal pipeline and contact management
  • Developing presentations
  • Building financial spreadsheet models
  • Working on various projects to support Investor relations
  • Assisting the investment team’s day-to-day responsibilities
  • Attending “Lunch & Learns” hosted by industry specialists to learn about different sectors including Healthcare, Technology, Software, Tech-Enabled Services, Industrials / Environmental Services, Real Estate, etc.
  • Working on an individual summer project where you are expected to underwrite a real business, formulate terms and structure of the deal, build financial models, understand competitive landscape, research industry trends / outlook, and present the project to senior members of the investment team
  • Interns are involved with teams including managing directors, directors, vice presidents, associates and analysts, in an open atmosphere where ideas are continuously shared and creative thinking and individual initiative are encouraged. Colleagues serve as both instructors and mentors. Interns will form relationships with many professionals while developing special camaraderie with their peers.
  • Interns are expected to work 50+ hours per week. Continuation of internship during the 2024 fall semester is also a possibility, depending on location of school (Texas or New York), and summer performance.

What will our Interns get out of this experience?

  • Exposure to the firm’s businesses and expanded knowledge of the investment industry while developing important analytical and communication skills
  • Frequent feedback on performance, goals and professional development objectives, reviewed by team members with whom they work, throughout the internship
  • Invaluable experience that will differentiate candidates in the beginnings of a career in finance
  • An hourly wage, including overtime for hours in excess of 40 per week