We are looking for dedicated and ambitious students who want to spend the next semester working on challenging and rewarding projects within development finance in our Oslo office. Our investment areas are Clean Energy, Green Infrastructure, Financial Institutions, Scalable Enterprises and Funds. As an intern you will work full time in one of these investment areas.
As an intern in Norfund, you will have the opportunity to participate in projects throughout the investment cycle and contribute with analyses on companies, sectors and countries. All interns will get an extensive introduction to Norfund’s operations and participate in the Norfund week, a week-long annual strategy meeting with all employees. The successful candidate is expected to have strong analytical skills and work efficiently both in teams and independently.
We are searching for interns who have a bachelor’s degree or higher in business, economics, finance or other relevant studies with strong academic results, and who are available to work full time in our Oslo office from 24th of August to December 2020.
Norfund - the Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries
Norfund invests in profitable and sustainable companies in some of the world’s poorest countries and most challenging markets. Our aim is to contribute to economic growth and poverty reduction, and we have the largest specialized team in Norway for investments in developing countries.
Norfund focus on four sectors in which our investments have the largest impact: clean energy, financial institutions, green infrastructure and scalable enterprises in agribusiness and manufacturing. We also invest in Private Equity and Venture Capital Funds that target small and medium sized enterprises in need of early phase or growth capital.
The main region for investment is Sub-Saharan Africa with regional offices in Nairobi, Ghana and Cape Town. Further, Norfund invests in selected countries in Asia and Central America with regional office in Bangkok and in San José.
The current portfolio of Norfund is NOK 25.6 billion and we are 84 employees.