Is it possible to get a first job in M&A in mid-30 years old?

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    Alexandre Hugel
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    My question is quite basic … if you have 10-15 years of experience in various areas, could you start a new career in M&A in your late 30s?

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    Admer
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    Chuck Adams
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    My short answer is yes; my route was interesting, as I’m in my mid-30s and started in industrials (engineering, ops, etc.) until recently. For the past ~2 years, I’ve been advising on the buy-side, helping PE firms and strategic buyers find strong acquisition targets in the industrials space. It is possible.

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    Alexandre Hugel
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    Thanks Chuck. It’s a very good news as I’m trying to change industry in order to join the M&A business. Can I ask, how did you put your first foot in the PE firm? (I guess they usually prefer different profiles, so it might be tricky to get a chance)

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