About Wendel: Wendel is one of Europe's leading listed investment firms, operating at the crossroads of industry and finance. Wendel’s know-how consists in selecting leading companies, making a long-term investment and helping to define ambitious strategies, while implementing a clear, explicit shareholder approach. To successfully execute its long-term investment strategy, Wendel has several strengths: a stable, family shareholder base, permanent capital and a portfolio of companies that lends the Group a very broad geographical and sectoral view. Since 1977, Wendel’s international investment teams, with their complementary profiles and expertise, have invested in many successful companies, including Capgemini, BioMérieux, Reynolds, Stallergenes, Wheelabrator, Valeo, Afflelou, Editis, Deutsch and Legrand. Wendel's current portfolio comprises a diversified set of companies (such as Bureau Veritas, Constantia Flexibles, Stahl and Tarkett) which are leaders in their industries and use innovation as the cornerstone of their development. Role: The candidate will be part of the Investment Team in Wendel’s Office in Paris. The candidate will contribute to the identification of new targets, help in the due diligence of potential investments and participate in the close monitoring of our portfolio companies. Key tasks will include: Sector research and analysis, including desktop research, databases screening, expert interviews; Deal flow screening, potential targets and competitors’ analysis; Business Plans and Financial modelling; Company valuation; Writing of Investment Committee’s memos; Involvement in transaction execution as a team member, when relevant. Profile: 2nd / 3rd year student in a top-ranked Business or Engineering School; Previous experience in Private Equity, Investment Banking or Strategy Consulting (McK, BCG, Bain, etc.) (valued but not mandatory); Business sense and curiosity; Initiative and autonomy, high energy and drive, multi-tasking; Outstanding analytical skills and fact-based approach to issues; Reliability and integrity; Team spirit; Corporate finance and financial markets basics; Microsoft Office tools (Excel / Powerpoint / Word) and databases (Bloomberg / Thomson / Factiva); Fluency in French and English is essential. Internship Conditions: Start in July 2023 for 6 months. Location: Paris. Attractive base salary. Contact: If you wish to apply, please send your CV and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org .