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Job Description

The Business Development Analyst (BDA) role at Shea & Company is critical in supporting and partnering with our senior bankers in the firm’s efforts to source, develop and nurture relationships with prospective clients and investors within the enterprise software ecosystem. The role is designed for talented graduates from a leading college or university looking to begin a career in investment banking.

  • Conduct market research into emerging trends in the industry
  • Create presentation decks and collateral for business development initiatives
  • Find new prospective clients and help develop new leads for the company
  • Co-author Shea & Company sector market maps
  • Support business development coverage and post-deal closing marketing opportunities
  • Generate custom/standard reports for senior bankers
  • Maintain and update pipeline for the company and individuals

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Bachelor’s degree from a leading undergraduate program with a strong academic track record
  • Self-starter with strong business judgement and attention to detail
  • Skilled in analysis and research with excellent interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Ability to effectively multi-task and manage deadlines
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States

About Shea & Company

People, Industry Expertise, Process Excellence

Shea & Company (member FINRA and SIPC) is a software focused investment bank that believes focus underpins success, and success is measured by the outcomes we achieve with our clients. We provide comprehensive and objective advice to the emerging and established leaders in the software industry on strategic and financial matters that impact their ultimate success. We have offices in Boston and San Francisco and have undertaken projects with clients throughout North America, Europe and Israel. Since our firm’s inception in 2005 we have advised on over $25 billion in completed transactions.