We are always interested in meeting ambitious and creative professionals and graduates who are eager to perform in a challenging and highly professional business environment.
In order to serve the best interest of our clients, we have very high requirements with regards to personality, excellence and commitment of our staff.
In return, we offer candidates the opportunity to assume responsibility in a dynamic and entrepreneurial environment. Our employees benefit from extensive experience generated from a diverse range of investment banking projects, as well as, from the FCF Training Program for our junior staff.
How former employees rate us
Further development by taking on responsibility and projects"I really enjoyed my time as a working student at FCF. In particular, the personal interaction with all colleagues helped me to feel at ease from the very beginning. It is important to communicate regularly with superiors and also to communicate your own expectations, which are taken into account as far as possible. The family-like team gives you insights into different areas of the company and the opportunity to take responsibility for smaller projects."
Investment Banking Internship - Intensive Insights into the World of Company Valuations"My Investment Banking internship at FCF Fox Corporate Finance was a very intense and challenging experience. During my time at FCF, I was part of a very dynamic and young team, in which I was fully integrated from day one. My main tasks were to update existing research studies, to create financial models, to participate in various company valuations and to work on the corresponding presentations for clients. In addition, I was able to accompany and prepare sales processes for various business units. Furthermore, the professional support and mentoring I enjoyed during my internship is invaluable for the future."
A Warm Beginning and Valuable Experiences: My Internship at FCF"On my first day, I received a very warm welcome from the FCF team and was immediately impressed by the open and familiar atmosphere. Already in the first days I was introduced to my future tasks thematically and professionally. As a result, I was able to get involved quickly and could contribute to the creation of customer presentations and other tasks, especially in the DeepTech Team. My opinion was also respected and listened to. It was an educational and challenging time, from which I also take away great new acquaintances. The internship at FCF was very enriching for me both professionally and personally."
"The main difference between an internship with FCF and other companies is that you’ll be treated from the beginning on as a fully-fledged member of the team, rather than a typical intern. What I was most impressed with is the responsibility I was given throughout my daily business tasks. Here, I was not only responsible for financial data or management presentations, but also for my own projects. Exactly this “Entrepreneurial Thinking” makes the experience at FCF a unique one.
Ideas at FCF are highly appreciated. Ideas that possess the potential to directly affect future research projects and presentations. Interns are deeply integrated in the process of idea generation and of course supported during their realisation, like I was during the creation of the “IPO Monitor” and the “Life Science Study”.
A small but dynamic team guarantees the steady flow information. Being an intern, it is very important to get an understanding of why and how things are done as well as to connect the dots. This is guaranteed through the deep integration of interns in the daily business tasks which helped me to have a steep learning curve and to see the big picture.
These qualities of my internship convinced me as well to start as an analyst at FCF."
“Interning at FCF provided me with an eye-opening experience into the world of Investment Banking. I immediately felt welcome in the team, which helped accelerate the learning process. From the outset, I was included in the daily functions, supporting colleagues in the creation of new client material as well as financial analyses and modelling. The flat organization structure and strong team integration allowed me to learn and understand the ins and outs of corporate finance as well as contribute on different, interesting projects. The strong focus on tailor-made financing solutions exposed me to a variety of different financing instruments and showed me how these can be combined to maximize the objectives for each company.”
“I interned at FCF in the investment banking division from April until September 2012. From the very beginning I felt welcome in the team. For me, the relatively small number of colleagues was a benefit with respect to learning the technical know-how that is essential for investment bankers. At FCF, in contrast to some larger companies, I was able to contribute to a variety of projects with different requirements. Peer group analysis, multiples and DCF were no longer just empty phrases but my daily business. By and large, FCF offered me a comprehensive and challenging in-depth look into corporate finance from which I still benefit.”
“From day one, I was able to work directly on running deals together with the FCF team. I got deep knowledge of the essential tools and processes in investment banking. Tasks were challenging and I was able to substantially increase my corporate valuation expertise. Apart from deal-related tasks, I had the chance to participate in FCF’s first IPO Conference. This gave me the opportunity to directly reach out to potential clients and partners. Training programs on ADR trading further gave me deep insights into alternative financing options for German small- and mid-caps. I later applied this knowledge when writing my master’s thesis.”
“FCF provides ambitious students with an excellent opportunity to dip into the world of corporate finance for SMEs. Starting on day one, you support the team in providing a broad spectrum of tailored financing solutions to corporates, entrepreneurs and investors, ranging from early-stage growth to small- and mid-cap publicly traded entities. In doing so, learning-opportunities arise that allow you to apply your theoretical, academic knowledge to real-world scenarios. Valuing companies, identifying potential investors and screening markets for potential acquisition targets will all be within your scope of duties.”