Senior Fund Accountant


Accounting + Finance


New York, New York

Employment Type



A fast growing alternative investments firm in NYC is looking to hire a Senior Fund Accountant to join their expanding team.

Compensation : $100000 - $120000
Job ID : 18542

  • Review the books and records prepared by the fund administrator
  • Review workpapers prepared by the offshore accounting team
  • Review month-end NAV including cash and interest reconciliations, expense accruals, holdings, etc.
  • Prepare monthly P&L analytics
  • Maintain fund expense budgets and allocations, track expenses and coordinate updates with fund administrator
  • Analyze fund performance and assist with business modeling
  • Calculate and analyze investor IRRs and fund returns
  • Shadow management and incentive fees to fund administrator’s records
  • Assist in the setup and launch of new funds and financial products
  • Liaise with operations team on fund transactions and activities
  • Assist in preparing and analyzing pricing and valuation materials
  • Coordinate and manage the audit process with internal and external auditors
  • Review annual audited and quarterly unaudited GAAP and IFRS financial statements
  • Manage the financial statement review process  

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, or a related discipline
  • 2-4 years working in public and/or private sector fund accounting  
  • Private debt experience preferred
  • CPA required
  • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel. VBA/Macro  


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