This firm is a global team of alternative investment managers passionate about delivering uncommon value to their investors and shareholders. With over 30 years of proven expertise across Private Equity, Credit, and Real Estate, regions and industries, they are known for their integrated businesses, our strong investment performance, their value-oriented philosophy, and their people. They are hiring an Associate Fund Controller. The candidate must have an analytical, logical thought process for understanding issues and developing solutions. The candidate will report directly to the Fund controller team and will support all aspects of the daily operations and financial reporting of the Credit and Real Estate daily traded 1940 Act Interval Funds. The positions will be the first line of defense in oversight of the external service providers.
Day-to-day operations, assist in preparing the daily pricing model and review of the NAV calculation,
including cash and position reconciliation, custodian reconciliation, variance research and analysis, 40act and Fund compliance, wire facilitation, budgeting, revenue and expense analysis, review of monthly accruals, posting journal entries, and approving and payment of expenses.
Financial Reporting, responsible for the completion of all audit inquiries, preparation and review of quarterly/annual financial statement analysis, including review of supporting files for the inclusion into the Funds SEC and marketing filings including review of Form N-CSR(S), N-CEN and NPORT filings prepared by the Fund administrator.
Quarterly board materials, preparation of the CFO materials including quarterly financial results, summary of valuation designee analysis and reports, and various other summary and ad-hoc items.
Work closely with the front office, operations, client solutions, legal and compliance teams to ensure smooth operations of the day-to-day and timely fulfillment of routine and ad-hoc requests such as internal inquiries, external due diligence requests, and other ad-hoc requests.
Qualifications & Experience
Minimum 3+ years of relevant work experience in public accounting / private funds / financial services.
CPA preferred but not required.
Strong U.S. GAAP and technical accounting skills and the ability to understand complex investment products.
General understanding of the financial services industry and asset management business is preferred.
Outstanding computer skills and advanced knowledge of Excel.
Ability to work in a team-oriented environment and interact efficiently and accurately with other team members and all levels of management.
Solid communications skills, both written and verbal.
Strong organizational skills including the ability to multi-task and prioritize workloads while maintaining adequate attention to detail.
A forward-thinking, creative individual with high ethical standards.