Assistant Controller

New York, New York • $100,000 - $125,000

About the Company:

Our client is a private equity firm that invests in middle-market companies in North America and Europe through its offices in New York and London. The firm launched in 2014 and currently has $1B in committed capital. The firm is looking for an Assistant Controller to help with Fund and Management Company Accounting.


  • The role of the Assistant Controller is to oversee the financial reporting of the investment funds and the management company in a timely, accurate and efficient manner
  • Work with third-party administrators, auditors and liaise with tax service providers
  • Review and sign off on capital calls/distributions, quarterly NAV packages, management fee calculations, unrealized & realized waterfall calculations, and quarterly/audited annual financial statements, which are prepared by the fund administrators and audited by Big 4 audit firm, of the investment funds
  • Manage annual audit process; provide support to auditors in a timely fashion
  • Keep track of funds’ performance such as Gross/Net IRR and multiples
  • Review quarterly work papers and unaudited financial statements for the management company
  • Comply with tax-filing requirements (review tax filings and processing payments, K-1s)
  • Assist director of compliance with yearly mock audits and other compliance requests
  • Analyze fund organization documents; understand revenue implications for client investment
  • Manage cash flows and balances; set up wires; comply with the credit facility requirements; forecast cash sources and uses; prepare and analyze budgets
  • Manage accounts payable process; expense allocations based on the expense allocation policy; review Due from Funds and Portfolio Companies reports
  • Support deal team with investment closings/dispositions
  • Liaise with business partners including product management and client service groups and provide performance reports and other items
  • Research and resolve accounting, financial, and other issues that may arise


  • Undergraduate degree in Accounting required; CPA preferred
  • 5-7 years of fund accounting or public accounting with a focus on Alternative Investments (Private Equity and/or Real Estate)
  • Strong quantitative and analytical skills
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks effectively and work within tight deadlines
  • Self-starter, possessing the willingness to learn
  • Strong team player, detail-oriented with prior supervision experience
  • Strong interpersonal, communication (written and spoken) and organizational skills
  • Working knowledge of Excel
  • Confident with strong leadership skills
  • Creative thinker

Compensation & Benefits:

  • $100,000 – $125,000 base salary
  • Competitive bonus
  • Unlimited sick and PTO
  • Ability to invest in the fund





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