Hedge Fund Accounting/Finance Analyst

New York, New York • $85,000-110,000

About the Company:

Our client, a long/short equity fund located in New York City, registered as an Investment Adviser with the SEC, is seeking an Accounting/Operations Associate to join a small team. This is an opportunity to be part of a unique firm culture that values integrity, professionalism and collaboration. The candidate should be ambitious and enthusiastic about implementing new ideas and collaborating across the firm to enhance current processes.

Responsibilities: 

  • Perform daily functions including trade/position reconciliation, dividend review and processing, and corporate action monitoring
  • Resolve trade breaks with executing and prime brokers
  • Monitor daily all US, International, swap and FX confirmations
  • Manage proxy voting and any class actions for portfolio positions
  • Assist Finance with the overall preparation and review of the fund’s books and records, including:

o Daily cash and position recs as well as expense accruals

o Fund’s shadow internal books, including full reconciliation to the fund administrator o Portfolio valuation o Performance estimates

o Month-end NAV and investor statements

o Regulatory filings and audited financial statements

Requirements:

The individual will have demonstrated an ability to work in a fast-paced, performance-driven environment with an ability to exercise sound judgment, incorporating continual improvement of processes and procedures with a goal of excellence, while focusing on accuracy and efficiency

  • Bachelor’s degree (Accounting or Finance)
  • CPA preferable
  • 2-5 years of experience, preferably with a public accounting background
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel and communication skills
  • The highest level of personal integrity and ethical standards

Compensation & Benefits:

  • $85,000 – $110,000 Base
  • 20%-35% Bonus
  • Free benefits
  • Flexibility to work from home

 

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