Careers

Join the Team

We’re on the lookout for our next great junior, mid-level and senior bankers.

DNDCo hires for brains, finance and transaction skills. And, communications skills, attention to detail, and demonstrated achievement. But, what we really value are effectiveness, grit and heart.

We’re a flexible and mobile organization, always available to our clients. Our President is in NYC, at our office in Westchester, or at various Board and other meetings. So are our people. We’re where our clients are, or we’re analyzing, modelling and drafting wherever, and whenever, we do that best. We think this flexible work-style allows our team-members to take greater ownership of their work, their own time and their careers. We accomplish this by using the best digital collaboration tools/technology for communications, file-sharing, and project management (think Slack) that we can find. And, with the rigorous discipline of regular team meetings and articulated milestones and objectives.

The ability to work collaboratively and independently is essential to success in our firm.

If you think you’re up to the job, we’d would love to hear from you. Inquire here:

Join the Team

We’re on the lookout for our next great junior, mid-level and senior bankers.

DNDCo hires for brains, finance and transaction skills. And, communications skills, attention to detail, and demonstrated achievement. But, what we really value are effectiveness, grit and heart.

We’re a flexible and mobile organization, always available to our clients. Our President is in NYC, at our office in Westchester, or at various Board and other meetings. So are our people. We’re where our clients are, or we’re analyzing, modelling and drafting wherever, and whenever, we do that best. We think this flexible work-style allows our team-members to take greater ownership of their work, their own time and their careers. We accomplish this by using the best digital collaboration tools/technology for communications, file-sharing, and project management (think Slack) that we can find. And, with the rigorous discipline of regular team meetings and articulated milestones and objectives.

The ability to work collaboratively and independently is essential to success in our firm.

If you think you’re up to the job, we’d would love to hear from you. Inquire here:

Open Positions:

Investment Banking Internship – Winter’20/Spring’21
Academic internship (remote) focused on learning/developing new skills and gaining a deeper understanding of investment banking through hands-on application of course work. Including industry/company research, company valuation, financial modelling, pitches and presentations, participation in meetings, etc. For established NY-based ’boutique’ investment banking firm, its Board Advisor initiative, Presidents Council, and in preparation for the 21st meeting of its national conference.

Marketing Internship – Winter’20/Spring’21
Academic internship (remote) focused on learning/developing new skills and gaining a deeper understanding of marketing through hands-on application of marketing course work. Including marketing planning/budgeting/implementation, communications, digital strategy (search, social). For established NY-based ‘boutique’ investment banking firm, its Presidents Council, biennial national conference, and new board advisor initiative.

Suggested Analyst Career Reading

Econ:

The Wealth of Nations (Smith)

Banking and Finance:

Mergers & Acquisitions Handbook (Sikora)
Investment Banking: Valuation, LBOs and M&A (Rosenbaum/Pearl)

Principles of Corporate Finance (Brealey & Myers)
Intelligent Investor (Graham)
The Essays of Warren Buffett (Buffett/Cunningham)
Monkey Business (Rolfe/Troob)

Business Strategy:

Competitive Strategy (Porter)
In Search of Excellence (Peters/Waterman)
Good To Great, Built To Last (Collins)
Start With Why (Sinek)

Innovation / Outside-the-Box Thinking:

Blue Ocean Strategy (Kim/Mauborgne)
First, Break All the Rules (Harter)
Reengineering the Corporation (Hammer/Champy)
On a Clear Day You Can See Gen’l Motors (Wright)
The Innovators Dilemna (Christensen)
The Black Swan (Taleb)
Factfulness (Rosling)

Marketing:

The Marketing Imagination (Levitt)
Positioning: the Battle for Your Mind (Reis/Trout)

Personal Organiz./ Project Management:

On Bullshit (Frankfurt)
Getting Things Done (Allen)

The Effective Executive (Drucker)
Measure What Matters (Doerr)
7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Covey)

“My internship experience at DNDCo was great, allowing me to see i-banking up close from the front lines. I was staffed on everything from a sell-side M&A transaction for one of the nation’s largest financial sponsors to a financing and potential firm investment in a niche industry leader. It’s hard work because it’s real (you’re a member of the team), and the firm’s standards are high, but it’s very rewarding. David takes every opportunity to help you learn and develop as a junior banker. It’s much more of an apprenticeship/mentorship than a typical spreadsheeting “grab-coffee” internship. I highly recommend it and David’s tutelage to any hardworking college student who wants to know what it’s like to be in this field.”

Bradley S.
Cornell University
Summer Analyst 2020

“Working as an intern at David N. Deutsch & Company has been phenomenal, and is a great learning opportunity for those looking to go into M&A. David is a veteran in the M&A world, with vast knowledge and countless deals closed. From participating in meetings with clients, to financial modeling, David adopts a hands-on learning experience for interns, and allows them to work with him closely on client matters. Interning at David N. Deutsch & Company provided valuable knowledge that I will continue to use pursuing a career in finance.”

Andrew S.
New York University, Stern School
Winter/Spring Intern 2020

“At DNDCo, my summer internship was focused on helping me learn about marketing. I collaborated with David in developing a marketing communications plan, producing promotional materials for TheBoardAdvisor, and email / social media campaigns. While David is a seasoned banker, he possesses a plethora of knowledge relating to marketing. Every time I spoke with him, I learned something new – whether he was suggesting readings or teaching me about the firm’s positioning, he was an invaluable resource. I highly recommend this internship to anyone who truly wants to learn about marketing.”

Justin S.
Cornell University
Summer Marketing Analyst 2021

David N. Deutsch & Company

EST. 1993

New York Office

Westchester Financial Center | 50 Main Street, FL 10 White Plains, New York 10606
(212) 980-7800 office@dndco.com

New York Office

Westchester Financial Center
50 Main Street, FL 10
White Plains, New York 10606
(212) 980-7800 office@dndco.com