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Senior Accountant

Austin, TX

Senior accountant rounds out a corporate accounting team of 3 and will report to the Director of Corporate accounting. The position works in a noticeable role with a high degree of independence and accountability.

Responsibilities

  •  Maintain and reconcile balance sheet accounts below but not exclusive to others as needed
  •  Schedule of fixed assets and intangibles
  •  Deferred revenue schedule
  •  Accruals and prepaids
  •  Rent, opex, and sublease schedules. Further prepare monthly invoices for all subleases and maintain communication with sublessee.
  •  Prepare month end close journal entries and other activities as required.
  •  Support in review and preparation of monthly, quarterly, and yearly financial reporting.
  •  Collaborate with legal and compliance departments to ensure accuracy of intercompany activity is properly allocated as acclaimed by fund docs.
  •  Prepare 1099 filings on an annual basis and support inquiries throughout the year regarding same.
  •  Assist with yearly corporate audits conducted by external auditors.
  •  Be apt to work in a dynamic and constantly changing company environment.
  •  Self-starter and strong ethical standards.
  •  Superior analytical abilities, quickly relate and unite information, and surmise logical outcomes.
  •  Exceptional attention to detail.
  •  Dedication to meet critical team deadlines.
  •  Collaborate to drive new initiatives introduced to the corporate accounting group.
  •  Continuously seek to enhance knowledge, self-improvement, and better understanding of the tools used.
  •  Contribute to develop a team-based culture.

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of accounting experience or at least 3 busy seasons in public accounting.
  •  Bachelor’s degree in accounting or similar field required.
  •  Strong GAAP knowledge.
  •  Experience in public accounting is highly valued.
  •  Intacct and Expensify (or similar) experience preferred.
  •  Extraordinary time management skills preferred.
  •  Experience in consolidation and intercompany relationships preferred.
  •  Fund asset management experience desired but not required.

Financial Planning Analyst

New York, NY

Key Attributes:

  • Coachable and committed to continuous improvement
  • Analytical and detail oriented; enjoys finding patterns in data
  • Understands the pace of operating in a private equity-owned environment
  • Uncompromising ethical standards and appropriate respect of confidential information

Responsibilities:

  • Support monthly/quarterly updates of the multi-year corporate forecast
  • Continuously monitor revenue and operating expense, keeping leadership informed of any emergent patters or deviations from expectations
  • Assist with preparing materials for the Board of Directors and corporate lenders
  • Collaborate with the finance and accounting teams to prepare a weekly cash forecast
  • Track company performance against KPIs and assist with the creation of real-time reporting dashboards
  • Provide analytical support to other departments, as needed
  • Assist with annual insurance renewals, including E&O and D&O
  • Support the MD of Corporate Finance with special projects, which may include M&A and new business initiatives
  • Occasional travel to the company’s Austin, TX office to collaborate with the company’s accounting team

Education and Qualifications:

  • 2-3 years of financial management or consulting experience
  • Proficient with Excel and model building
  • Adept at preparing PowerPoint / other presentations
  • Experience with BI tools a plus
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance or Economics

Managing Director, FP&A

New York, NY

We are currently looking to add a Managing Director, FP&A to our team. This position will be based in New York, NY.

Key Attributes:

  • Proven leader and mentor, with an ability to develop the capabilities of the team
  • Proficient distilling complex and unstructured data into actionable insights
  • Strategic thinker with an understanding of how decisions impact each area of the business
  • Understands the pace of operating in a private equity-owned environment
  • Uncompromising ethical standards and appropriate respect of confidential information

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and upgrade the multi-year corporate forecast, which is updated at least quarterly
  • Prepare the annual operating budget, seeking input on key drivers from each department
  • Track, analyze, and report monthly operating performance against the budget
  • Collaborate with the accounting team to prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reporting packages
  • Manage preparation of materials for the Board of Directors and corporate lenders
  • Provide data and analytical support for the teams of our private equity owners
  • Assist the CFO with managing banking, rating agency, and other capital markets relationships
  • Develop, maintain, and implement the company’s treasury management policies
  • Continuously monitor corporate cash positions with weekly updates to the cash forecast
  • Track compliance with debt covenants and assist with the preparation of quarterly compliance certificates
  • Maintain schedules of carried interest and ensure proper allocation of performance fees
  • Lead the upgrade of reporting standards through the identification of KPIs and the pursuit of continuous process improvement
  • Work cross departmentally to identify business risks and opportunities for growth
  • Support the CFO and executive team with special projects, which may include M&A and new business initiatives
  • Occasional travel to the company’s Austin, TX office to collaborate with the company’s accounting team

Education and Qualifications:

  • 10+ years of progressively responsible financial management experience
  • Financial services industry experience a plus
  • Advanced Excel and model building proficiency
  • Familiarity with Sage Intacct and BI tools; adept at preparing PowerPoint / other presentations
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance or Economics (Master’s preferred)

Managing Director, Controller

New York, NY

We are currently looking to add a Managing Director, Controller to our Accounting team in New York, NY. This role will oversee both the fund and corporate sides of the accounting team.

Key Attributes

· A proven team leader and mentor, with an ability to develop the skills and capabilities of the team

· Commitment to continuously improving the operating and operating environment; a background in developing and documenting process controls

· Ability to flourish in a dynamically changing business environment

· Analytical as well as being detail-oriented; ability to add insight to data

· Understands the pace of operating in a private equity-owned environment

· Uncompromising ethical standards

Responsibilities:

Fund Accounting

  • Supervise three individuals on the fund accounting team
  • Oversee over 10 financial statement audits per year
  • Work closely with fund administrator to review financials, capital calls and distributions
  • Review workpapers from the outside tax firm to ensure K-1’s are properly issued
  • Review intercompany costs between the funds and corporate entities
  • Answer investor questions as received and assist in producing information for marketing materials and investor meetings
  • Review monthly debt service reports and compliance certificates
  • Authorize expense payments and investor distributions

Corporate Accounting

  • Supervise individuals on the corporate accounting team
  • Oversee and produce monthly reports for management and board of directors
  • Oversee 2 separate financial statement audits per year with the company’s external auditor
  • Review workpapers from the outside tax firm to ensure proper tax filings
  • Assist finance team with projections of corporate performance
  • Review and produce quarterly debt reports and answer lender questions
  • Approve weekly payment runs

Education and Qualifications:

  • Experience with Sage Intacct or similar system
  • Asset management background a plus
  • 10+ years of accounting experience with 3+ years in public accounting
  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree in Accounting (Masters a plus)
  • CPA required

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