Portfolio Accountant

Dallas, Texas • $70,000 - $90,000

About the Company:

Our client, a high growth leading Asset Manager with over $30BN AUM, focused on private equity is seeking a Portfolio Accountant to assist in all aspects of the fund management for their flag ship fund

Responsibilities:

The Portfolio Accountant will be expected to play an active role on day-to-day operations and projects in the following areas:

  • Review of fund accounting records, financial statements, partners’ capital account statements, tax returns, K-1 forms and capital calls/distribution allocation files and letters. Such records/data will be prepared by the Third Party Administrator
  • Manage capital process, including evaluation of carried interest models.
  • Data analysis that is needed for the corporate accounting team (including Economic Net Income models, budget, AUM, etc.)
  • Working with deal team, legal/tax counsel, and credit operations team to plan and execute deal closings.  Assisting team in coordination with legal and tax to set up deal structures
  • Participation in the review of quarterly investment valuation and presentation to sub-committee
  • During fundraising, the individual will also help create various analysis of data needed for the updating marketing materials, assisting with the preparation of due diligence questionnaire responses, as well as assist with evaluation of side-letter arrangement and fund closing processes
  • Complete responses to investor correspondence, inquiries, and requests
  • Other ad-hoc projects where needed

Requirements:

  • 2-5 years, Asset Management audit experience
  • CPA is a plus
  • Ability to wear multiple hats as is expected in a rapidly growing firm
  • Being a Team Player with a positive attitude
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong proficiency with Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Word

Compensation & Benefits:

  • $70,000 – $90,000
  • Competitive Bonus
  • Fantastic Benefits

 

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