Fund Administrator/IR Analyst
New York , New York
October 22, 2017
Job Description Branch ID:5100

Pay Rate/Salary: $45000-50000 / Year
Temp to Perm

A leading provider of services and technology to the High Net Worth investor universe. We leverage our technology to provide qualified investors access to top-performing alternative investment funds (including private equity, hedge funds, etc.) at minimum investments below that typically required for a direct investment. The Company's founders and executive management team are highly accomplished industry executives who have raised billions of dollars, with proven track records in investing, building companies and managing rapid growth. The Company is well-capitalized, backed by the its founders and a prominent group of strategic partners. We have offices in the U.S. including corporate headquarters in New York City, Boston and San Francisco.

The Company's culture is highly entrepreneurial, requiring high energy and commitment, and focused on building a best-in-class Company that is highly scalable. Our firm has a collaborative culture emphasizing teamwork and is committed to being a great place to work and build a career.

Role & Responsibilities

This company has two temp-to-perm data analyst positions available supporting the Fund Administration and Investor Relations teams. The Fund Administration team services private equity and hedge fund feeder funds (the 'funds') in conjunction with third-party administrators. The Investor Relations team is responsible for processing subscriptions and other transactions, assisting clients with onboarding and responding to ongoing inquires and maintaining an accurate investor database.

Ideal candidates will have 5 years of experience in financial services with strong analytical skills and attention to detail. Accounting experience is a plus. Responsibilities include:

  • Assist team with processing of subscription and other documents

  • Manage and maintain investor data

  • Respond to general client inquiries

  • Manage and maintain records of all documents processed

  • Reconciliation of data from both electronic and paper sources

  • Required Skills:

  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

  • Ability to meet deadlines and work effectively under pressure

  • Proven ability to multi-task and work both independently and as a team player in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial, demanding environment

  • Proficient computer skills, especially Microsoft Office applications with a focus on Excel and Adobe Acrobat

  • Accounting background a plus

  • Associates degree or higher; Bachelor's degree preferred

  • Job Requirements see above

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