Investor Relations Assistant

Do you want to build value that matters? If so, we invite you to join our team and take ownership of your work.

Crediwire is put into this world to strengthen the backbone of our economy. By providing Small and medium sized business (SMEs) with access to relevant tools and insights into their financial data. We believe that this approach will lead to financially stronger companies worldwide. Our platform brings real time financial data to life, enabling proactive and dynamic collaboration between SMEs, their advisors, and financial institutions.

The role:

As a Student Assistant in the Investor Relations team, you will be able to apply your knowledge and skills from your academic background, in a business setting, where you constantly will be challenged by potential Investors from across the globe.

You get the opportunity to play a crucial part in the company’s fundraising process, which means that you will be able to gain first-hand experience with fundraising in a fast-growing start-up. In close collaboration with our CEO and the rest of the team, you will get to challenge yourself with:

The work will consist of a wide range of tasks, which all demand strong analytical and communication skills. Further, we expect the right candidate to have a great understanding of Finance and Economics. Ideally, the right candidate is a final year BSc or first year MSc student, but we encourage all interested candidates to apply.

The position is part-time, and the workload is expected to be ~10-20 hours a week, with mutual flexibility during exam periods.

As a successful candidate:

As a successful candidate, you should be interested in working in a startup where you can grow with a promising next-generation Fintech company and quickly become a valued member of the core team. You should also have a go-getter mindset and be eager to learn and collaborate with colleagues to achieve common goals.

We Offer:

Crediwire is run by and advised by some of Denmark's most prominent businesspeople, including Jørgen Horwitz, former CEO of Bankers Association, Jesper Theill Eriksen, CEO Templafy, former CEO TDC Consumer, Carsten Dyrup, CFO Telia Denmark, and Jens Sørensen, former CTO of e-conomics. Our research board consists of Carsten Rohde, professor and head of department of Accounting and Auditing at Copenhagen Business School, and Fritz Henglein, professor at Computer Science at Copenhagen University.

If you have any questions regarding the position, please do not hesitate to reach out to either:

Alexander Taylor Amdi Madsen: Investor Relations Assistant, or

Charlotte Henriksen: Head of People,

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