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The position is ideal for a part-qualified ACCA/CIMA/ACA fund accounting looking to complete their qualification with a top firm. The firm will fully support study and examinations.
This role offers an exceptional opportunity for personal growth and development for an enthusiastic and motivated individual. Responsibilities of the role will be those of a junior fund accountant with the opportunity for progression to the right candidate once knowledge, qualifications and experience has been attained.
The primary objective of this role is the production and validation of financial information to a high degree of accuracy on a timely basis. The role involves a broad range of activities with competing time pressures, so the successful candidate will have the ability and desire to take full ownership of a number of activities that are integral to the Fund Accounting function. The pace is fast and the team is a dynamic and diverse combination of individuals.
Examples of specific duties and responsibilities include:
Validating official fund NAV's - daily and monthly
Tracking receipt of invoices, obtaining relevant approval and ensuring swift payment
Ownership of the accrual process, communicating changes to the fund administrator and liaising with departments internally to ensure all accruals are up to date
Reviewing subscription and redemption contract notes. Interacting with the Investor Relations teams, both internal and fund administrator's, to ensure accurate capital flows are communicated for trading
Producing weekly NAV estimates for the funds
Supporting the other members of the team
Once knowledge, qualifications or experience has been attained, responsibilities may additionally include:
Preparing budgets, forecasts and other management reports for the funds
Producing quarterly data for regulatory reporting, tax reporting and analysis, board reports
Improving processes and workflows
Willingness and ability to take ownership of, and be responsible for, a range of deliverables
Intelligent and motivated self-starter with strong time management skills
Ability to deliver high quality work in a time pressured environment
Attention to detail and ability to effectively prioritise/reprioritise tasks
Strong interpersonal skills - a team player is essential
Ability to think logically and independently in order to add value
Good verbal and written communication skills
1-2 years prior industry experience, preferably in a fund accounting or similar role at a hedge fund or fund administrator
Strong academic record
Advanced Excel, including knowledge of sumifs, vlookups, pivot tables
Nice to haves:
Part qualified ACA, CIMA or ACCA
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.