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Perform settlement preparation and validation including but not limited to securities & fixed income, Private Equity & Structured Financing.
Prepare and validate including cash reconciliation, trades matching, holding reconciliation, client deposits / withdrawal instructions, other settlement duties and return calculation etc.
Liaise with executing brokers, prime brokers, custodians, fund administrators and system vendors to resolve trade breaks and/or other relative issues.
Work closely with cross departments such as Investment & Trading, Finance, Compliance, Risk & IT, etc. to ensure operational process is smooth and compliant with internal and external regulation and policy.
Review fund capital activity to ensure it is properly processed and recorded.
Review of client on boarding, and prepare account opening with external counter parties.
Assist team head to perform operation relevant projects including but not limited to workflow enhancement, system flow improvement, external vendors performance review.
Bachelor degree or above in Finance, Accounting or related discipline
CFA would be an advantage
5 years or above experience in fund accounting/operations with asset management firm or custodian fund administration. Relevant experience in PE and/or structure financing is preferred
Proficient in Excel. Microsoft VBA macro skill would be beneficial
Familiar with operations of Fund Accounting system
Fluency in written/oral English, Cantonese and Putonghua
Able to work independently & strong interpersonal skills to deal effectively with internal and external parties
Proactive / can-do approach and attitude; thorough attention to detail and accuracy of delivery
Able to multi-task, prioritise and meet deadlines and the flexibility to work in a fast changing environment
Strong problem-solving skills with the ability to research issues where the resolution is not readily apparent