The BVA Group LLC (“BVA”) is seeking exceptional candidates to participate in our spring analyst minimester program.

Incorporated in 1974, BVA is a top-tier valuation and litigation consulting firm with a premier reputation among our clients and within our industry. With offices located in Dallas and Houston, BVA is one of the largest and fastest growing boutique business valuation and litigation consulting firms in the Southwestern United States.

BVA’s professionals are committed to training and mentoring you so that your internship is a valuable learning experience.  Formal training combined with performing analysis under the guidance of a seasoned professional set BVA’s internship program apart from other firms.


Responsiblities for a spring analyst will be the same as a first-year starting analyst.

Activities during your internship could include:

•Perform discounted cash flow, comparable company and precedent transaction analysis;

•Assist with a variety of analyses involving economic damages calculations, Monte Carlo simulations, and valuation of complex financial instruments, such as exotic options, interest rate swaps, and other derivatives;

•Research and analyze industry and company-specific trends and ratios;

•Review and analyze highly confidential documents relating to various transactions and legal disputes; and

•Participate in meetings with C-level executives, attorneys, private equity professionals, and accounting professionals.

As a premier firm, we offer a very competitive compensation package and potentially an opportunity to join BVA as a full-time analyst upon graduation.


•Top MPA candidates with the desire and ability to take on significant responsibilities as a key team member on live engagements;

•Strong passion to directly utilize your education and continue learning at an accelerated rate;

•Ability to synthesize complex problems and communicate simply in writing or presentation;

•High degree of maturity and confidence that permits you to effectively communicate with clients and co-workers in a fast-paced, technically challenging environment;

•Demonstrated exceptional analytical and problem solving skills;

•Proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel and Word; and

•Outstanding academic record.

Other preferences include Business Honors, Mathematics and/or Statistics courses as well as prior/current work experience demonstrating initiative and superb work-ethic.

For more information, please visit our website at

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Submitted by Vivian Gao