CAS CARES PUSHES BACK AGAINST THE COVID-19 CRISIS WITH AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
In our efforts to help constituents of the Tech-Enabled Outsourced Business Services (OBS) space address the COVID-19 Crisis, Corporate Advisory Solutions has launched CAS Cares.
As college students are isolated in their homes due to social distancing guidelines, CAS Cares helps them to put this time to productive use by offering real world experience. As Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Research Assistant(s), interns will assist the company as it navigates through the turbulence caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interns will work directly with the deal support team. They will help prepare market intelligence data, target company research and outreach, data entry, ad-hoc deal support and various other responsibilities.
This intern position is geared towards research only. No M&A transactional experience will be gained.
We are happy to welcome this intern to the CAS team:
Olivia Potter is a Mergers and Acquisitions Research Assistant on the CAS team. She is a rising junior pursuing a BA in Economics at Georgetown University, with minors in Computer Science and Spanish. At Georgetown, Olivia provides defense counsel for students through Georgetown’s Student Advocacy Office. Prior to joining CAS, Olivia studied at the London School of Economics and worked as a legal intern at Gibbons P.C.
Corporate Advisory Solutions is always interested in talking to talented people with an entrepreneurial spirit. Submit your resume, cover letter and a writing sample to Allie Baurer.
What People Say About Working for CAS
Interning at CAS has been a unique opportunity that differentiates itself from other similar experiences. The CAS team has done a phenomenal job of providing meaningful mentorship while also entrusting and challenging its interns with individual responsibility. I have learned an immeasurable amount about professional teamwork and self-sufficiency, while also developing expertise in financial advisory within deeply relevant and dynamic industries. If you are seeking to become a valued member of a fantastic team, advance your quantitative and qualitative proficiencies, and acquire well-rounded, applicable competence in M&A, there is no better place than CAS.
Georgetown University, CAS CARES Intern 2020-2021
Working at CAS gave me the opportunity work in a dynamic industry, with wide exposure to all of the different activities around bringing companies to market and helping work towards successful closing. Not only have I thoroughly enjoyed the chance to be involved in the entire process end-to-end, but I also gained deep experience in ARM, RCM, CRM and other outsourced business services verticals. The CAS team is supportive, fun and flexible to work with, with strong experienced leadership to learn from. It has been a true pleasure to be part of the CAS deal team, and I am grateful for my time with CAS.
University of South Australia
Interning at CAS was a phenomenal experience. I was given the opportunity to work in a lean deal team, which exposed me to various aspects of M&A transactions from industry research and analysis to client proposals and valuation. Through the team’s excellent mentorship and guidance, I was able to develop a stronger understanding of investment banking and to refine my leadership and professional skills in a collaborative work environment. For anyone looking to break into the business, CAS is a great place to start.
Bucknell University – Freeman College of Management – Class of 2021
I interned in CAS’ Chevy Chase office and accepted an invitation to join the firm full time as an Analyst in March2020. I had the opportunity to work directly with Managing Partner Mark Russell, providing support on M&A, strategic consulting, valuation, compliance and regulatory business practices.
University of South Australia, joined the CAS deal team in 2019
While attending Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, I interned in CAS’ Philadelphia office. I had the opportunity to work directly with Managing Partner Michael Lamm, providing transaction and administrative assistance at every phase of the M&A process. I accepted an offer to join CAS as a Junior Analyst in July 2017. Today I am an Associate.
Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, joined the CAS deal team in 2016
While attending Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, I interned in CAS’ Philadelphia office. I had the opportunity to work directly with Managing Partner Michael Lamm, who challenged me to contribute to all aspects of CAS’ advisory business. This included equity valuation, due diligence, strategic advisory and compliance. I eventually joined CAS full time as a Junior Analyst in February 2016. Today I am a Senior Associate.
Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, joined the CAS deal team in 2015
Interning at CAS was an incredible experience. As a career switcher in my first year pursuing my MBA at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, I didn’t have a strong business background. However, the team at CAS welcomed me wholeheartedly, invested considerable time and energy teaching me about M&A and the BPO industry, and allowed me to work on high-level, substantive projects under the supervision of firm leadership. The skills I developed at CAS will not only allow me to apply the new skills I developed in my MBA program, but will also serve me well in my professional development.
Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business MBA Candidate, Class of 2018
Getting to work under Mark and Michael this Summer at CAS was a fantastic experience that I’m very grateful to have had. At CAS you will be given real work and be made to feel like a true member of the team. You will learn valuable career skills, as well as meet some great hard-working people. I encourage anyone who has the opportunity to intern at CAS to take it and get your foot in the professional door.
Southwestern College, Chula Vista California
My internship at CAS was both intellectually challenging and professionally rewarding. As an undergraduate student hungry to acquire investment banking experience, I was given the opportunity to work on a lean deal team and immediately gain end-to-end exposure to both sell-side and buy-side M&A transactions. Throughout my time with the firm, I enjoyed excellent mentorship from colleagues, while also receiving the bandwidth to create unique solutions to complex problems. The experience I gained here at CAS will serve as an invaluable foundation for my future career in the investment banking industry.
Rutgers University – New Brunswick Honors College, Class of 2020
The opportunity to be an intern at CAS was a truly rewarding experience. From day one I became an integral part of the deal team and had the privilege to work on a wide variety of complex transactions. This firsthand experience allowed me to test, develop and refine my technical and professional skills, which are paramount for succeeding in the banking industry. Along with this, the guidance and mentorship from the firm’s leadership is unprecedented and I am truly grateful for the experience. For anyone looking to make an impact and pursue a career in investment banking, CAS is the place for you.
Bobby Petner, Philadelphia