Analysts are important members
of the David N. Deutsch & Company team. From their
first day on the job, they’re on our firm’s
front line, assuming significant responsibility on transactions.
They are also involved in projects relating to the growth
of the firm. In this regard, David N. Deutsch & Company
Analysts gain two experiences: a traditional investment
banking Analyst experience and an entrepreneurial experience.
Our Analyst experience is ‘richer’ in
other ways as well. David N. Deutsch & Company
provides M&A, financing and strategic financial
advisory services to clients in a variety of industries
-- our Analysts are exposed to a wide range of assignments. And,
for those interested in consulting, our approach incorporates strategic as
well as financial analysis.
Our firm is deliberately small, and Analysts have
access to senior professionals. David enjoys
mentoring juniors. He teaches them, helps prepare
them for graduate study and writes their recommendations
to business school. Our firm’s Analysts have
gone on to Harvard Business School, medical school
and graduate study in mathematics at Columbia.
In general, Analysts are responsible for collecting,
organizing and analyzing business, financial and market
information and communicating their findings to others.
While our firm’s Analysts are required to develop
financial models, they are also called upon to participate
in many of the more qualitative aspects of transactions
and projects. Rather than limiting our Analysts to only
certain aspects of transactions, we involve them in every
phase of our work… from assessment of client business
strategy, to financial modeling, to drafting of confidential
memoranda, to preparation of management presentations,
to participation in client meetings, etc. They’re
the low-man-on-the-totem-pole, but they are considered
a full-fledged member of the team.