Fund Accountant (Online Recruitment)
Miejsce pracy : Kraków
HedgeServ is a top-ranked global, independent fund administrator providing a unique client-centric service and is the industry’s leader in technology.
Headquartered in New York City and Dublin, HedgeServ currently services more than $350 billion of assets. HedgeServ provides a service solution for front office, risk, valuations, middle office, fund accounting and fund administration that is customized to the needs of the individual hedge fund, fund of hedge funds and private equity funds.
HedgeServ is located in Cork, Dublin, London, Luxembourg, Krakow, Bulgaria, New York, Boston, Sydney and Grand Cayman.
A Fund Accountant will be required to execute the following tasks within the fund accounting or NAV department. They shall be executed within the guidelines and procedures provided by HedgeServ and under the supervision and guidance of a Fund Accounting Supervisor and Fund Accounting Manager.
Reconciliation, trade capture, processing corporate actions and pricing are an integral part of the Fund Accountant’s role.
They will be required to perform these core tasks accurately and in a timely and efficient manner. Every Fund Accountant will receive the requisite Induction Training in addition to both compulsory training (AML / KYC) and optional training.
Additional, client-specific training will be provided by the NAV Supervisor.
Key Accountabilities of the Role
The below list is not finite and may be added to. The combination of tasks required to be executed will vary depending on both client structure, client requirements and business needs.
Pre-requisite knowledge, skills and experience
What do we offer? :
Website : www.hedgeserv.com
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