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The equity analyst is expected to contribute substantially to the work of the Operations team by investigating trade and position breaks, analyzing corporate actions, monitoring financing, and performing counterparty oversight. The role also requires candidates to identify opportunities to streamline current procedures and processes as well as to provide support for all new markets, products, and funds. Responsibilities
Monitor, analyze, and reconcile trading accounts daily by liaising with prime and executing brokers
Reconcile accounts across counterparties, trading systems, and internal portfolio accounting systems (Advent Geneva) in the following areas:
account balances and trading related activity-cash, positions (quantity and market value), activity, and dividend accruals/payment
non-trade related activity-asset servicing/corporate actions, dividends paid, interest, ticket charges & commission postings, and other fees
Maintain counterparty issue lists, coordinate counterparty review meetings, and manage open issues to closure
Assist with various projects including but not limited to root cause analysis-identifying issues, recommending solutions, and documenting technical requirements
Engage with technology and support user testing and implementation of operational improvements
Improve existing departmental procedures, often in collaboration with the firm's other teams, such as Production Monitoring, Treasury, Accounting, and Tax
Bachelor's degree in finance, information systems, math, or another analytical or engineering field from a strong academic program
5 to 10 years of experience in the financial services field
Experience preferred from a top-tier multi-strategy investment firm, investment bank, or fund administrator
Knowledge of the trade lifecycle required and equity derivatives preferred