Oaktree Capital Management

  • Vice President

    Job Locations US-CA-Los Angeles
    Job ID
    Job Department
    Distressed Debt
  • Responsibilities

    Based in Downtown Los Angeles, Oaktree is seeking a Vice President to work within the Opportunities Funds. The Opportunities Funds specialize in distressed, value-based investing and the VP will participate in all investment functions and portfolio management activities.

    • Preparing detailed financial modeling;
    • Performing quantitative and qualitative analysis;
    • Developing and enhancing business and industry due diligence;
    • Participating in deal structuring, legal documentation and negotiations; and
    • Monitoring the performance of existing portfolio investments.




    • 3+ years of investment experience with a top-tier investment firm, investment bank, credit oriented hedge fund or management consulting firm.
    • Exceptional skills in analyzing and presenting investment opportunities, including: business and industry analysis, company valuation, credit analysis (preferred, not required), negotiations and structuring.


    Personal Attributes

    • Outstanding initiative and a strong work ethic;
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; and
    • Team-oriented with strong integrity and professionalism.

    key highlights of the role:

    • Opportunity to work with leading distressed fund that has generated since inception returns of 22% gross / 16% net.  Currently investing out of Fund 10, which is ~$12.5bn in total capital, and the group has ~$22bn in AUM.
    • Flexible mandate with ability to invest across the capital structure in debt or equity and work on both public and private investments.
    • Very lean team and career track role with opportunity to grow within the firm.
    • Generalist role with exposure across a wide range of sectors and geographies.


    Degree from a top tier undergrad program, MBA preferred.


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