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Anzu Partners
Anzu Partners


Anzu Partners

Anzu Partners

Arizona, USA
Posted on Friday, June 7, 2024

Anzu Partners is an investment firm that focuses on industrial and life science technology companies with the potential to transform their industries. We team with entrepreneurs to develop and commercialize technological innovations by providing capital and deep expertise in business development, market positioning, global connectivity, and operations.

Anzu manages approximately $1 billion in capital commitments, and we have developed a robust team of investment professionals, technical specialists, and operational support to drive results for our 25+ portfolio companies. In 2016, we launched Anzu Industrial Capital Partners, our first venture equity fund, to invest in North American-based private industrial technology companies with approximately $128m in committed capital. In 2019, we launched our second industrial and life science technology fund, Anzu Industrial Capital Partners II, with $190m in committed capital and an expanded set of institutional investors. In early 2020, we launched our growth capital fund, Anzu RBI Preferred Mezzanine and became a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In 2022, we closed our third fund with approx. $220M in committed capital.

While Anzu Partners focuses primarily on the United States and Canada, we have invested in companies with substantial operations in Singapore and Australia. Our portfolio includes companies that have achieved breakthroughs in the physical sciences, such as developing the first high-powered blue-wavelength laser for no-spatter welds, and the life sciences, such as receiving the first FDA approval for a blood test for concussion. Our companies deliver strong returns for our investors, whether through public listing via IPO or acquisition by larger industrial players such as Siemens, and drive discoveries that improve our world.

About the role

We are looking for a full-time Paralegal, who will join our team and take on responsibilities supporting both the firm and portfolio companies. This individual will work with the Anzu Team, as well as with companies, assisting with closing of equity and debt transactions, working on Fund related projects, preparing financing statements, and drafting amendments and mergers.

This position is based out of New Mexico or Arizona.

Key Activities

  • Draft and file certificate of formation, certificate of incorporation, amendments, conversions, mergers, and dissolutions, typically for Delaware but also other jurisdictions.
  • Assist with closing of equity and debt transactions, including managing signature pages, aligning dates, filing final agreements, and general coordination.
  • Prepare and file UCC financing statements, Blue Sky and SEC registrations, including Form D filings, Section 16 filings, Confidential treatment requests and Registration Statements.
  • Manage stock option plan administration, including drafting BOD/shareholder plans, resolutions, agreements, option grant documents, and other state and federal filings.
  • Manage fund administration including funding schedules to manage capital calls, maintaining fund formation checklists, and filing Certificates of Formation/Limited Partnership.
  • Oversee document workflow for the funds (e.g., manage the intake of subscription agreements; update investor spreadsheet; file completed documents).
  • Serve as our support corporate secretary in drafting meeting minutes for Boards of Directors for corporate books and records, audits, and other purposes.
  • Manage capitalization tables, leveraging either online software (Carta) or Excel, to determine ownership levels during financing and ensure good hygiene generally.
  • Coordinate conference calls and meetings within the Anzu team and quarterly updates to LPs.
  • Assist with a broad range of projects related to the Fund and portfolio companies with varying degrees of complexity, adapting procedures as needed to meet business needs, managing data room, and preparing and organizing documents.


  • Minimum of 3 years paralegal, corporate legal, or VC/PE operations experience.
  • BA/BS, preferably in quantitative field; paralegal certificate a plus.
  • Familiarity with business and UCC filings at the Secretary of State level.
  • Experience with corporate equity (common, preferred, liquidation preference, seniority, options, warrants, etc.) and debt (secured/unsecured, promissory, convertible, etc.) structures.\
  • Familiarity with fund performance tracking (e.g. TVPI, RVPI, etc.) preferred.
  • Experience with Dynamo (fund management software) and cap table management software (e.g. Carta and Capshare) is a plus.
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to prioritize deadlines and complete work in a timely manner.
  • Skilled at applying practice-related knowledge to complete projects and tasks; effectively able to identify, promote, and apply technologies to maximize efficiency in carrying out assignments.