Buran Venture Capital Budapest Intern Position

Location: Budapest, Hungary
Start date: Dec 2018

Sep 19, 2018 · 2 min read
Our current intern listening to a startup pitch

About Buran Venture Capital:
Buran Venture Capital (‘BVC’) is an international venture capital fund focusing on early stage (Seed, Series A) investments. BVC was founded in 2012 and manages ~$95m across two funds, focusing on the CIS, CEE, Nordics, Baltics and Israel. BVC has offices in Hungary, Latvia, Poland and Russia. BVC invests from $500k to US$5m in exchange for a minority position.

About the Intern position:
● The Intern will become the part of the investment team, which is responsible for investment pipeline generation, investment analysis, presenting investment cases to the Investment Committee, managing entries and reaching exits.
● Unique opportunity to work with an international Venture Capital company (covering 15+ countries from 4 office locations)
● Working on deals like investing in Shazam which was sold to Apple
● The position is in the Budapest office of Buran (relocation required)
● The intern will receive net HUF130,000 as renumeration

Key activities of the job:
● Search for new start-up projects in target regions
● Maintaining the pipeline in the CRM system
● Researching key target industries
● Analysis of potential investment opportunities (including preparation of financial
● Due diligence
● General assistance to Investment Associates

Candidate requirements:
● From 0–2 years of work experience in direct investments, financial research,
corporate finance or audit with one of the major international consulting or BIG4
● MA or BA degree in finance or business/economics in progress is an advantage as the candidate can receive Erasmus scholarship on top of the salary
● Excellent English language skills
● Excellent analytical skills
● Good command of Excel and Powerpoint

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Flashpoint is managing equity and debt funds, investing in startups in Central & Eastern Europe, Israel, Finland, Baltics, Armenia, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine