Internship Global Small-Cap Fund

Are you passionate about investing and completed or nearing the end of your study?

We are looking for a driven, ambitious person that wants to make a difference in a small international investment team.

The Role

As a result of our growth since launch in 2014, we are looking to hire an intern with an eye towards a full-time role afterwards. In this role, you are responsible for assisting the investment team with quantitative analysis, fundamental company analysis and building financial models.

You will be able to complete research projects directly related to equity investing which may serve as your thesis to complete your study.  This is a unique opportunity to receive coaching from a portfolio management team with a strong long-term track record.


  • Graduate or last year of study in Finance, Economics or Maths/Science.
  • You are passionate about investing.
  • You make things happen.
  • You like solving complex challenges in both mathematical and practical ways.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Fluent in English.
  • Advanced experience with Excel.

In order to succeed at SilverCross, you are driven, optimistic and aim for excellence in everything you do.

About Us

SilverCross Global Small-Cap Fund is managed by a portfolio management team of IBS Fund Management. Its investment strategy is based on detailed bottom-up research leading to a high-conviction portfolio of high-quality companies trading at a discount to intrinsic value.

SilverCross has a broad client base that includes foundations and ultra-high-net-worth individuals. Its head office is in Amsterdam and also operates from London.

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What We Offer

We offer a team-oriented, results driven, diverse environment where you will be challenged and where you are expected to challenge others.

If you are attracted to this internship, please submit a CV and cover letter to

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