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Perform all daily functions in order to compute the NAV or any associated data/calculations for assigned funds. Which may involve but is not limited to:
Postings, verification of source data, calculations, storage & publication of information in accordance with department guidelines.
Analyzing system reports for variances/resolving discrepancies,
Communicating with internal or external business partners to resolve fund related and system issues.
Follow all stated internal controls per the daily work checklists and document adherence to internal controls by signing off on checklists.
Identify and Inform Supervisor of any issues within the assigned funds. Follow through to ensure that issue is resolved with appropriate parties.
Complete administrative functions in accordance with department guidelines, i.e. maintenance of appropriate document retention and filing system.
Perform monthly closing activities in accordance with providing accurate reporting to P&CS group by stated deadlines.
Perform periodic audit reports for assigned funds at reporting periods in accordance with P&CS, TAX and Audit package requirements.
Assist in the preparation of KPIs (Key Performance Indicator) or MORs (Management operating reports) as dictated by people leader
Maintain and complete all monthly scheduled reports using defined procedures by the prescribed deadline
Participate in department projects as required.
Offer suggestions for improvement to NAV workflows
KNOWLEDGE, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE:
A college diploma in accounting/business or equivalent experience is required for this position.
Graduate level accounting, finance or business courses would be viewed favorably.
Experience with Microsoft Office Products is viewed favorably.
Experience with automated financial systems, including a general ledger, will be viewed as advantage.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Strong analytical and organization skills with the ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment.
Must be able to work with deadlines.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Strong attention to detail.
Flexibility throughout all aspects of the individual's daily work, specifically during disaster recovery periods.
PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING:
Ability to analyze problems and determine and/or recommend resolutions.
Ability to solve problems of moderate scope and complexity, refer to policies and practices for guidance.
Work under very general supervision; work is review for accuracy
Franklin Templeton Investments remains a leading global investment management organization for more than 65 years thanks to our greatest assets - our employees. With over 9,000 employees working in 35 countries around the world to service over 240 financial products, we offer an exceptional range of diverse career options. Our corporate values reflect the best of our employees. We believe in putting clients first, building relationships, achieving quality results, and working with integrity. We strive to bring a balance of work and life to our employees.