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Fund Finance Associate, Private Equity

Carnegie Consulting
London, United Kingdom
£450-£550 per day
Closing date
Sep 28, 2023

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Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
We are exclusively handling a new role for a successful European Private Equity firm based in central London. The firm manages over £5bn in assets. The role is a very broad one, covering elements of fund accounting, FP&A and investor reporting making this a really attractive proposition than others in the market. You will be a fully qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA) with some prior fund accounting experience. Hybrid working pattern on offer.

The Role:

Fund Accounting & Administration
  • Preparation and review of quarterly reports and capital accounts for investors
  • Review of investor drawdowns and distributions
  • Review of carried interest waterfalls
  • Involvement in relationship with outsourced fund administrator, Aztec
  • Assist with half-yearly valuation process
  • Annual audit
  • Assist with ad hoc and regular investor queries

Financial Planning and Analysis
  • Track record analysis
  • Quarterly deals analysis for UK deal team
  • Portfolio monitoring
  • Portfolio exit projections
  • Fee income and cost analysis

  • Assist with preparation of information required to complete partnership tax computations and returns and review of output from professional advisers

Ad Hoc
  • Help prepare and review information required by Investor Relations team
  • Support administration of UK offices

  • You will be a fully qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA)
  • Strong academic background
  • Previous fund accounting experience, ideally from Private Equity (or other closed-ended funds)
  • Excellent all round interpersonal and communication skills

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