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Credit Fund Accountant

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    Accountancy & Finance

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    US$90000 - US$110000 per annum

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    Rowan Simpson

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    3 Monate her

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Position Description:

  • Liaise with outside fund administrators to prepare accurate and timely deliverables related to the NAV process including financial statements, capital account statements, capital call and distribution notices, management fee and carried interest calculations and all other investor reporting
  • Assist audit and tax professionals in year-end audit and tax reporting
  • Support treasury and liquidity management functions (oversee cash position for funds and forecast cash requirements)
  • Manage capacity on the funds' credit lines as well as borrowing base compliance/covenants
  • Manage the expense process, including vendor management, invoice processing and compliance with firm policies
  • Performance measurement, including calculation of IRRs, investment multiples and various time-weighted returns
  • Assist in preparation of regular investor reports and quarterly investment letters
  • Assist with various portfolio monitoring of investments, including contract compliance

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or similar study
  • CPA preferred
  • 2-3 years of experience in private equity / credit fund accounting (including working at a fund administrator) preferred
  • Proven knowledge of partnership accounting, US GAAP and financial reporting
  • Audit/controls mindset with desire to implement process improvement opportunities at a growing and entrepreneurial firm
  • Experience building complex financial models and presentations

Timing: Immediate

Location: Based in Tampa, FL.

Compensation: Base($90,000-110,000), bonus, and equity package in the form of carried interest.

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