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CohnReznick Capital Overview

New York, NY
1 to 50 employees
Private Practice / Firm
Investment Banking & Asset Management
$5 to $10 billion (USD) per year

Greentech Capital Advisors, Marathon Capital, MVP Capital

At CohnReznick Capital our team creates unprecedented firsts, providing investment banking services to the sustainability sector. Since 2010, CohnReznick Capital has executed more than 103 projects and corporate transactions for renewable energy assets valued at more than ... Read more

Mission: For investors, CohnReznick Capital's mission is to provide its partners with opportunities that command above market returns and long-term value. Securities are offered through CohnReznick Capital Markets Securities LLC, a Maryland limited liability company. The ... Read more

CohnReznick Capital Reviews

  • "Great work culture. One of the top IB boutiques in the renewables space"

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    Former Employee - Investment Banking Summer Analyst in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Investment Banking Summer Analyst in New York, NY
    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at CohnReznick Capital full-time (Less than a year)


    Great people. Everyone is extremely intelligent and has superior backgrounds working in the space. Smaller, growing firm provides ample opportunity to take on responsibility right away and gain exposure to all aspects of the deal transaction process.


    Typical demanding elite-IB hours, but if that isn't your thing you probably should pick a different profession. Specialized solely on renewable energy transactions.

    Advice to Management

    Communication and coordination could be improved at times.

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CohnReznick Capital Photos

CohnReznick Capital photo of: CRCMS provides a full suite of investment banking advisory services for the energy industry.
CohnReznick Capital photo of: 2017 International Women's Day at CohnReznick Capital
CohnReznick Capital photo of: CohnReznick Capital sponsored Young Professionals in Renewable Energy Finance Event in 2017
CohnReznick Capital photo of: Principal & Managing Director, Nick Knapp, receiving the 2017 NYC Sustainability Award
CohnReznick Capital photo of: President & Founder Rob Sternthal being interviewed by Bloomberg News
CohnReznick Capital photo of: CohnReznick Capital Team with the NHL
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CohnReznick Capital Interviews



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    Investment Banking Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at CohnReznick Capital.


    I had a really unpleasant interview process with CRC. I had connected with 6 employees which were all amazing and after being referred I was asked to first meet the Managing director and after that went well I was asked to proceed but even though the original posting (still active) was for IB analyst, HR informed me that the recruiting changed and they only want summer analysts (contradictory to what all the CRC colleagues told me as well). I anyway decided to continue so I had a phone interview with HR and then the critical reasoning test as a next stage. The critical reasoning test was the classic problem with 2 buckets transferring liquid from one bucket to the other one in an alternating fashion. I prepared a model which was operating fine and accurately and after walking the HR through my logic, I received an email saying that I’m moving to the next stage (as my model was also working) which is a technical interview. The exact following day I received another email saying that I am not moving forward without really any explanation. The whole miscommunication and long time that this took was unbelievable - the only reason I wanted to keep going is because I really liked the people I spoke to.

    Interview Questions

    • You have 2 buckets - one with red liquid and one with yellow liquid - and you transfer with a spoon from one bucket to the other one in an alternating manner. Prepare a model to show how the red liquid in the yellow changed over time.   Answer Question
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CohnReznick Capital Awards & Accolades

  • Financial Adviser of 2016 for Tax Equity Deals, Power Finance & Risk, 2016
  • Financial Adviser of 2016 for Renewables M&A, Power Finance & Risk, 2016
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