Fund Accounting Manager
Permanent - Hybrid
Fund Accounting Manager needed in Denver for a well-established Investment Firm whose global footprint focuses on meaning, responsibility, and people!
The Fund Accounting Manager will be responsible for the management of the finance and accounting work streams for the fund vehicles. Responsibilities include management/oversight of debt investment servicing, monitoring, and reporting; quarterly valuations; assistance on deal closings; as well as review of quarterly and annual financial statements. The role supervises one staff and works closely with Fund administrators, Auditors, Tax, and Investment Professionals.
How YOU will spend YOUR days:
Oversee the quarterly NAV and financial statement process for assigned funds, reviewing work prepared by our third-party administrator, including:
Waterfall and carried interest calculations
Differing management fee arrangements
Gross and net IRR calculations
Ensuring accounting and presentation is consistent with U.S. GAAP and/or IFRS, and Limited Partnership Agreements
Coordinate and assist with the funds’ day-to-day operations, including:
Planning and coordination capitals calls and distributions, managing end-to-end process and reviewing calculations and notices produced by our third-party administrator
Payment of fund fees and expenses
Subscription Line of Credit management
Coordination of deal funding
Oversee annual audit process for assigned funds, coordinating with fund administrator and auditors
Assist Investment Professionals, Investor Relations, and Compliance, among others, providing information and data to respond to queries and performing ad hoc analyses based on the funds’ or investors’ activity
Contribute industry and operational knowledge to product development and new fund launches
Responsible for quarterly valuation process and presenting to Valuation Committee
Support CFO / VP of Finance and department with ad hoc special projects
What YOU bring:
7+ years of finance and/or accounting experience, 2-3+ years’ experience with private equity fund accounting and operations preferred
Knowledge of Investment Company accounting and legal structures
Ability to communicate and interact professionally and effectively through written and oral communication with internal teams, investors, and service providers
Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
Strong analytical skills
Attention to detail
Motivated work ethic and desire to expand one’s knowledge, impact, and role
Ability to prioritize, multi-task, work under pressure and meet deadlines.
Bachelor’s or higher degree in Accounting or Finance
Professional certification (CPA or equivalent) strongly preferred.
Location: Cherry Creek, CO - Hybrid position (likely 4 in the office, 1 day from home)
No third parties, please!