Robert Half Fund Accountant in San Francisco, California
Position - Fund Accountant/Senior Fund Accountant:
• Open due to growth
• Perform month end close funds
• Help prepare year-end financial statements and facilitate work with auditors.
• Maintain internal accounting and investor relation systems
• Work daily with traders and administrators to reconcile trade breaks and outstanding items
• Help oversee prime broker relationships to optimize margin and balances.
• Prepare and update marketing and performance materials
Closed-End Funds, Valuations
2-4 years of experience in the following:
In-house working for another fund
Public accounting (audit only with asset management clients) with at least 2 busy seasons
CPA is a plus
Excellent communication skills
Why work here?
Paid health insurance – 100% paid for employee and family
401K profit sharing
You can get exposure to Valuation and can work very closely with their investment analysts
4 weeks PTO – if you take 5 weeks that’s fine too
Flexible work environment – you create your own hours
Great retention/tenure for employees: Only lost 2 people since 10 years
Extremely fast growing
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