Our approach to transforming industries has always been the same. We identify high growth sectors, typically undergoing some market, technology or regulatory discontinuity, and look to build scalable platforms that satisfy a real customer need. We aim to build profitable companies, with sustainable business models.
Are you curious, excited by experimentation and always looking for a better way of doing things?
Do you want to keep learning and developing whilst getting hands-on, entrepreneurial, business building experience?
Do you want to have the opportunity to develop and professionalise BC’s investor relations function?
If so, we would love to hear from you!
We are looking to hire high-energy, entrepreneurial and value-adding talent to join Blenheim Chalcot, the UK’s most successful venture builder to help grow our network and professionalise our Investor Relations function.
Blenheim Chalcot is one of the leading venture builders in the world. Headquartered in London from our flagship White City Scale Space campus, we have been building exciting and disruptive businesses for over 20 years. Blenheim Chalcot is responsible for building some of the most innovative companies in the UK and increasingly around the world – with significant operations in India and the US, as well as emerging operations in South Africa and Southeast Asia.
Our ventures are at the forefront of a multitude of industries being disrupted by digital including FinTech, EdTech, GovTech, Media, Sport, Charity and more. Our portfolio has been conceived and launched by us and employ over 3,000 employees. Our assets under management stand at more than £1.8bn and total portfolio sales is over £500 million.
Our team, Venture Builder Services (VBS), exists to support our ventures to be successful quickly, sustainably and with access to the best practice tools, solutions, and expertise. We provide a range of services to help new business get off the ground, including technology, growth (marketing and sales), talent, HR, finance, legal and tax.
IMPACT BEYOND PROFIT
15% of our partnerships and ventures are charities. These include the British Asian Trust, BabyZone and Onside Youth Zones. In the same way that we support our ventures, our Partners provide direct hands-on support to these charities by being active board members and offering expert advice.
Honesty and integrity – trustworthy
Resilience – keeps going when the going gets tough, remains optimistic in the face of challenges, open to feedback and willingness to change and experiment
Team work – is collaborative and supportive, elevating and developing others to deliver results
Innovation – restless to improve, challenges how to make things better
Deliver results – keeps promises, drives to achieve, commitment to high quality work
People awareness – collaborative and supportive, respectful
Commercial awareness – looks for best value solutions for the business, understand costs / revenues, spends money wisely
The Investor Relations Analyst is a vital role within the Blenheim Chalcot portfolio and this role will be responsible for supporting on IR efforts across BC and our ventures.
The successful Analyst will play a vital role in developing and shaping the Investor Relations function to:
Professionalise IR operations, working across BC equity funds incl. sport funds, and debt funds.
Grow BC’s network of institutional investors and optimising value derived from its existing relationships.
Depending on the project, you will need to be comfortable doing the following:
Engaging with current and prospective investors as well as other stakeholders within BC and externally e.g. family offices, strategic partners, VC / PEs, advisors
Preparing BC teams and portfolio companies for investor meetings, roadshows and other external investor presentations –investor bios, talking points and prior meeting notes
Assisting with the production of investor facing materials and populating of virtual data rooms
Develop strong relationships with CEOs and senior leadership in our portfolio companies to support their growth strategy
Identify and lead on potential partnership or M&A opportunities for our ventures, e.g. capital raising transactions, bolt-on acquisitions, debt refinancing, exits, IPOs and new venture incubations
work in a highly entrepreneurial environment, focusing on execution and ensuring plans come to fruition
consistently build strong relationships with stakeholders centrally and in the portfolio companies
The ideal candidate will have a track-record in delivering results in a fast-moving business and hence be comfortable with change and uncertainty. Excellent stakeholder management experience is essential to being successful in this role.
The Ideal Candidate
1-2 years experience, ideally in an investment bank, consulting firm or placement agent
Experience in developing strong relationships and regularly interacting with investors, such as family offices across multi-geographies
Ability to operate at a range of levels – both in terms of big picture strategic thinking, thought leadership and getting into the data and analysis
Experience in preparing investor materials, financial modelling and analysis
Experience with populating and operating virtual data rooms
Excellent stakeholder management.
High level of core competency in Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint
Curious and likes to think outside the box
WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU:
Be part of the UK’s leading digital venture builder
Have the opportunity to be a part of and learn from the incredible talent in BC
Be exposed to the right mix of challenges, within a culture that promotes continuous learning and development
A fun and open, if a little cricket obsessed, atmosphere
25 days of paid holidays + your birthday off
Life Assurance (4 x annual salary), Pension Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme
Flexible Benefits: Private Medical and Dental, Gym Subsidiaries
We have a rigorous recruitment process, which we use for all our roles to ensure we attract the very best talent.
Blenheim Chalcot is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer. Diversity is one of our core values, thus making it core to our business. We strive to maximise the diversity of our workforce and welcome applications from everyone. We encourage diversity through perspective, background, identity, and thought whilst also fostering an environment where everyone can express themselves regardless of your race, religion, sex, gender, colour, national origin, disability, or any other applicable legally protected characteristic. We are committed to continuing to nurture an inclusive environment and building a diverse workforce.
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