Our culture celebrates leadership, entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, and the highest commitment to client service. If you’re beginning your career, re-entering the workforce or an experienced professional looking for a change, Gen II might just be the right place for you.

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  • Fund Accounting – Client Services Officer M/F

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    Primary responsibilities:

    • Perform daily cash reconciliations, ensuring transactions are settled in a timely manner
    • Book daily transactions in the internal accounting system within agreed portfolio timescales
    • Monitor and manage outstanding / overdue payments
    • Ensure all supporting documentation is received and filed as per internal procedures
    • Prepare, book and send capital calls and distributions to investors (including the preparation of legal documentation)
    • Collect, process and control capital calls and distributions received from target investments
    • Collect, analyze and reconcile target capital account information
    • Prepare payments by verifying documentation and requesting disbursements
    • Liaise with external providers to provide documents supporting the preparation of tax returns (CIT, MBT, NTW and VAT)
    • Provide any information requested by internal teams or clients promptly and smoothly
    • Other day-to-day administrative tasks as required

    Advanced responsibilities:

    • Assist senior team members in annual, semi-annual and quarterly closing activities, preparation of the NAV in accordance with waterfall models, including reconciliation of balance sheet and profit & loss accounts
    • Prepare annual accounts for basic funds including relevant required disclosures and ensure that all local regulatory and accounting standards are met. Preparation of any required adjustments between Luxembourg GAAP and IFRS or US GAAP
    • Assist with year-end audits including preparation of relevant files and issue resolution
    • Preparation of the consolidation package for internal group reporting
    • Ensure GEN II Luxembourg Services SARL. best practices and key policies are applied, and any significant issues are brought to the mangers attention

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    • BAC+3 in accounting, finance or a similar recognized accountancy qualification
    • Good knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Result-orientated with a sense of responsibility and commitment to delivering quality work
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Fluent in English (verbal and written communication), any other language is considered an asset
    • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, any knowledge of eFront would be an advantage
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  • Accounts Receivable & Payable Specialist – New York, NY

    We seek a positive, energetic Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable Specialist to be responsible for all aspects of the accounts receivable process, payment processing, and preparing financial reports.

    Primary responsibilities will include:

    Accounts Receivable:

    • Receive, process, and post incoming payments
    • Maintain accounts receivable records to ensure aging is up to date, credits and collections are applied, and miscellaneous differences are cleared
    • Reconcile invoices and payments for all accounts
    • Ad hoc financial projects

    Accounts Payable:

    • Handling accounts payable for separate entities and vendors
    • Resolve vendor billing questions and concerns using internal and external resources
    • Pay invoices by verifying transaction information, scheduling, and preparing disbursements, and obtaining authorization of payment.
    • Managing accounts payable using accounting software and other programs
    • Verifies accounts by reconciling statements and transactions.
    • Process/Review expense reports for company employees
    • Audit processes and standard operating procedures – keeping records accurate and aligned with the company’s standards
    • Provide monthly reports and updates on delinquent accounts, and exceptions.
    • Ad hoc financial projects

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Ability to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment to meet deadlines
    • Ability to be an effective team member and display initiative
    • Have good judgment and thinking skills
    • Ability to ensure accuracy in job delivery under pressure
    • Ability to properly organize and prioritize tasks
    • Have data entry skills, general math skills, financial software awareness, attention to detail, thoroughness, verbal, and written communication
    • Excellent verbal and written communication and analytical skills
    • Knowledge of advanced MS Excel functions a plus (formulas, VLOOKUP, Pivot Tables)
    • Knowledge of sage intacct and Bill.com are a plus

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$80,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Regulatory Reporting Analyst M/F

    THE ROLE

    This is an exciting opportunity to become a key member of our team and to participate in the setting up of a new Reporting function. The role reports to the Manager in charge of reporting activities in the operations team.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Contribute to the preparation of weekly, monthly, and quarterly internal and external reporting (Client consolidated, Data management)
    • Support the reporting manager in completion of the necessary reporting required by the regulatory authorities (AIFMD, Form PF, U1.1, TPT, S2.13, K3, O4, PFIC)
    • Assist in the reconciliation of regulatory reporting and highlight any inconsistency and gaps across different reports
    • Understand respective client specifics and variances
    • Responsible for submitting Financial Statements, Management Letters to the regulators and assist the manager with AIF BCL registration
    • Assist on the preparation of the necessary KPI’s reporting due by the AIFM on their AIFs;
    • Participate to ad hoc projects on reporting including contribution to the continuous improvement of the internal procedures, and participate in the system testing
    • Preparation, interpretation of periodic management accounts, reporting and analysis in specific format and subject to deadlines agreed with the Treasury and Reporting & Controlling leader.
    • Mailbox monitoring
    • Take full ownership of the assigned responsibilities.

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    • BAC+3 in accounting, finance or a similar recognized accountancy qualification
    • Fluent in French or English (working knowledge of English is mandatory), any other language is considered as an asset;
    • Good knowledge of the standard reports used within the real estate or private equity sector
    • Good knowledge of Luxembourg GAAP, IFRS and other relevant accounting standards preferably gained within the real estate or private equity sector.
    • Good understanding of the reporting challenges faced by PERE players. Experience in a similar position preferably in Luxembourg within a service provider or a domiciliation company for PERE assets is a strong asset.
    • Good knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Result-orientated with a sense of responsibility and commitment to delivering quality work
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Fluent in English (verbal and written communication), any other language is considered an asset
    • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, any knowledge of eFront , Plexus would be an advantage
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  • Senior Officer – Client Integration M/F

    THE ROLE

    This is an exciting opportunity to excel in a key client facing role and be involved in creating the operational future of the Luxembourg entity. The role will be the central point of contact for Gen II Luxembourg Services operations teams, our wider business and client integrations.

    The role sits within the operations team, and reports directly to the Manager of Operations Change Management and Client Integration

    EXAMPLE YEAR ONE OBJECTIVES

    • Become an internal expert on the Gen II core systems used in operations.
    • Support the client integration of new and organic business growth
    • Lead initiatives to develop the client integration workflow within Gen II
    • Participate in internal & external trainings and development opportunities to broaden industry specific knowledge. Utilize comprehensive understanding of the fund-governing document, industry guides, regulations, and other private equity compliance requirements.
    • Develop relationships with all operations and business teams, gaining deep understanding and knowledge of process and systems.
    • Collaborate with the Technology team to lead business partnership for shared initiatives.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    Business Focus

    • Participate in client integration project design and implementation as an active and hands on partner to both operations and IT.
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the client service operating model and opportunities to gain efficiency within the scope of services.
    • Demonstrate expertise in fund administration operations and automation by researching & resolving friction points and proposing possible process and technology solutions.

    Projects

    • Support the Manager to develop proposals and recommendations, to prepare and present the client integration to relevant senior managers across Gen II
    • Translate business objectives into project step plans towards delivery, assess training needs and act as a central point of contact for advice and support
    • Drive execution of approved initiatives through to delivery, including day-to-day hands on execution.
    • Create post-delivery ongoing client integration life-cycle support framework for the business to maintain with appropriate IT support.

    Process and control

    • Understand system design and how it is applied. Seek opportunities for others to best utilize the technology effectively, and implement and share best practices for client integration.
    • Continuously improve the efficiency, control, and client service impact of each process
    • Support compliance with local laws & regulations as well as alignment with appropriate market practices
    • Review, recommend, and implement agreed changes to business procedures in close coordination with the Quality Control function and our ISAE3402 standards.

    People

    • Actively encourage a culture that supports employee development and retention, through personal development including coaching and training courses as appropriate, and celebrating successes

    General

    • Reporting to the Manger of Operations Change Management and Client Integration
    • Become an internal expert on the Gen II core systems used in operations.
    • Support the roll out of client integration process’ within Gen II
    • Develop relationships with all operations and business teams, gaining deep understanding and knowledge of US process and systems.
    • Collaborate with the client to lead shared client integration initiatives.
    • Be directly hands on in user driven system testing, implementation, and configuration, supporting across all of Gen II Operations and support functions.
    • Act as coverage to support short term absence of the Manager for internal purposes and ensure continuity of client integration and status transparency, both internally and, where appropriate, with clients.
    • Drive operational execution within client integration day-to-day client services and other teams of approved initiatives through to delivery, including day-to-day hands on execution.
    • Continuously improve the efficiency, control, and client service impact of each process, reviewing, recommending, and implementing agreed changes to business procedures in close coordination with the Quality Control function and our ISAE3402 standards for client integration
    • Encourage a culture that embraces change and development, never accepting that the way we did it yesterday was the right way.

    JOB REQUIREMENTS AND EDUCATION

    • Master’s in Accounting and Finance or similar qualification OR
    • 5 years + of relevant experience in fund administration / change management in Luxembourg, or equivalent background

    SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

    • Fluency in English required
    • Excellence in Microsoft Office suite and other general operations management software packages
    • Basic understanding of Luxembourg regulation, compliance, tax and financial engineering
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in process and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Experience in driving change management
    • Superior problem solving, judgment and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Ability to work in team and autonomously
    • Strong client management and organisational skills
    • Strong IT skills
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  • Head of Depositary M/F

    THE ROLE

    This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the established Luxembourg entity and become a key senior member of our team further developing the business. As Head of Depositary, you will be responsible for leading the Depositary function and managing the end-to-end Depositary activity for the business. The role reports directly to the Luxembourg CEO and oversees a team of around 10 people.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Refine operating procedures relating to the depositary services offering including identification of target investments
    • Identify and analyze the client requests in line with our expertise and standards
    • Analyze the look-through provisions at onboarding stage
    • Write out and negotiate agreements and contracts
    • Assume responsibility for the safe keeping of fund assets and supervision on tangible assets, whether through custody or more general verification of ownership
    • Liaise with the risk and compliance functions responsible to make sure the corporate and regulated obligations are covered
    • Review and control relevant regulatory developments
    • Supervise, with support of an administrator, the follow up of day-to-day duties: cash flow monitoring, reports, minutes
    • Maintain accurate and up to date records ensuring all statutory obligations are met
    • File and record all legal documentation as required by CSSF requirements/ Luxembourg Law

    JOB REQUIREMENTS AND EDUCATION

    • Degree educated in Business Management, Law, Economics or equivalent
    • Have a deep knowledge and at least 10 years relevant experience in the Depositary function with focus on alternative investments (knowledge of UCITS is an asset)

    SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

    • Fluency in English, any other language is considered as an asset
    • Proven experience in managing a team and working within the trust and company environment at a higher senior level
    • Demonstrate a clear understanding of the client strategies, relationship management, including contractual and statutory obligations related to Luxembourg regulated investment funds
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in process and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Client-oriented with ability to build strong relationships with internal and external parties
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities with a commitment to delivering high quality work
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Ability to meet tight deadlines and to work under pressure
    • Ability to analyse and apply a large volume of technical data, and translate into simple language for a non-specialist audience for reporting purposes
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  • Tax Operations Specialist – Denver, CO

    Gen II is looking for a full-time Tax Operations Specialist to join our growing team of professionals.  The Tax Operations Specialist will organize and coordinate tax administration and procedures, to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency, and assist the tax professionals. This position is responsible for working with the Tax Operations Manager to employ efficient tax processes, facilitate client deliverables, and track/manage organizational information for real-time analysis and communication with clients.

    This position carries out the responsibilities in the following functional areas:

    • Support tax administrative duties in the office
    • Identify opportunities for process and office management improvements
    • Supervise and monitor any part-time or seasonal help
    • Assist in onboarding new tax professionals to the firm
    • Participate actively in the planning and execution of tax team events
    • Organize the output and distribution of client deliverables
    • Organize, sort, and file tax information received from clients and investments
    • Monitor investment portals and save pertinent tax information
    • Monitor tax notices and other relevant tax mailings
    • Track team credentials
    • Become an admin on various tax software

    Gen II is required by law to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this position.  This compensation range takes into account a variety of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions.  A reasonable estimate of the range is $55,000 – $75,000, along with a generous benefits package.

     

    Qualified candidates will possess the following experience and qualities:

    • Comfortable exercising independent judgment and critical thinking in a continuously evolving environment
    • Accurate and detail-orientated
    • Self-starter and motivated
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Advanced PC skills with proficiency in MS Office including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred
    • Prior experience as a paralegal or general office administration preferred
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  • Shared Services Director – PERE M/F

    THE ROLE

    The Shared Services Director is responsible for functions which have transversal responsibilities across all client portfolios. The role is responsible for approximately 40 employees that sit across 8 teams. The role reports to the Head of Client Services and Operations.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    Shared services functions include;

    • TA – Registration
    • TA – Investor Servicing
    • Tax reporting support
    • Regulatory reporting
    • Treasury management
    • Floating support team
    • Outsourcing Oversight
    • Corporate administration (Corporate Secretarial)
    • Work with the leadership team, supporting the ongoing design of the shared services functions and complete transition of in scope tasks from the operational teams
    • Understand client requirements and work towards creating efficiencies including standardization where possible
    • Work with the client services teams to ensure robust planning and reporting models are in place
    • Continually review, challenge & enrich the control environment for improved quality and efficiency
    • Drive towards function appropriate business Information reporting, across shared services, on a real-time basis using our shared technology platform.
    • Support team managers in analyzing and defining future technology needs to build on our Gen II core for the future in order to ensure scalability and transparency of our execution and control
    • Accountable for team management including resource/workload assessment, recruiting, goal setting, performance management
    • Operate as part of the leadership team of Gen II Operations and work with colleagues across functions on areas of client deliverable improvement as well as internal staff development and coaching

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    • Bachelor in accounting, finance or a similar qualification
    • 10+ years of relevant experience in private equity fund administration in Luxembourg
    • Good knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Result-orientated with a sense of responsibility and commitment to delivering quality work
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Fluent in English (verbal and written communication), any other language is considered an asset
    • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, any knowledge of eFront & Sage Intacct would be an advantage
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  • Investor Services Analyst – Denver, CO

    The Investor Services analyst is an integral individual within the Gen II operations team. The role requires meticulous attention to detail, as well as strong time management and organizational skills that thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. The candidate will primarily be responsible for providing Investor Services functions to the Gen II sponsors and client service teams.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include

    • Acknowledge and respond to client inquiries in a prompt manner while coordinating with internal and external teams, as needed.
    • Review and process investor onboarding documentation (Subscription, Tax, and AML documentation)
    • Review and process subsequent investor activity and changes to investor static data (Partner transfers, name changes, contact, and wire instruction updates)
    • Maintain investor records across multiple internal and external systems
    • Prepare and review ad-hoc, monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting, and capital activity notices for sponsor funds and investors
    • Prepare investor audit confirmations and monthly recurring deliverables
    • Disseminate fund & investor correspondence (capital call, distribution, partner capital statement, and other sponsor communications) across various investor portal platforms
    • Track incoming capital call wires and prepare capital distributions payments across various client accounts
    • Ensure all work is completed in line with the service level agreement
    • Liaise with the client service team to ensure efficient and excellent client service experience for Gen II’s sponsors
    • Ensure deliverables are executed in line with Gen II best practices, policies, and procedures
    • Participate in special projects
    • Operate efficiently in a deadline-driven, high-volume, and ever-changing environment

    Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Economics is a plus
    • 0-2 years experience in the financial services industry
    • Proficiency with Microsoft 365
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Private Equity or Hedge Fund Investor Services background a plus
    • Demonstrate strong customer service/client relationship skills
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with differing deadlines

    Qualifications and Skills continued:

    • Impeccable attention to details
    • Excellent verbal and written communication
    • Experience with Investor Portals (Intralinks/Investment Café/Allvue/InvestorVision) a plus
    • Experience with Allvue CRM a plus

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$80,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

    What we offer

    • A challenging and rewarding role in a fast-growing organization
    • Opportunities for personal and professional career development
    • Great working environment, competitive salary, and benefits
    • Opportunity to be part of an industry-leading team known for service excellence
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  • Investor Services Analyst – San Francisco, CA

    The Investor Services analyst is an integral individual within the Gen II operations team. The role requires meticulous attention to detail, as well as strong time management and organizational skills that thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. The candidate will primarily be responsible for providing Investor Services functions to the Gen II sponsors and client service teams.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include

    • Acknowledge and respond to client inquiries in a prompt manner while coordinating with internal and external teams, as needed.
    • Review and process investor onboarding documentation (Subscription, Tax, and AML documentation)
    • Review and process subsequent investor activity and changes to investor static data (Partner transfers, name changes, contact, and wire instruction updates)
    • Maintain investor records across multiple internal and external systems
    • Prepare and review ad-hoc, monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting, and capital activity notices for sponsor funds and investors
    • Prepare investor audit confirmations and monthly recurring deliverables
    • Disseminate fund & investor correspondence (capital call, distribution, partner capital statement, and other sponsor communications) across various investor portal platforms
    • Track incoming capital call wires and prepare capital distributions payments across various client accounts
    • Ensure all work is completed in line with the service level agreement
    • Liaise with the client service team to ensure efficient and excellent client service experience for Gen II’s sponsors
    • Ensure deliverables are executed in line with Gen II best practices, policies, and procedures
    • Participate in special projects
    • Operate efficiently in a deadline-driven, high-volume, and ever-changing environment

    Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Economics is a plus
    • 0-2 years experience in the financial services industry
    • Proficiency with Microsoft 365
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Private Equity or Hedge Fund Investor Services background a plus
    • Demonstrate strong customer service/client relationship skills
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with differing deadlines

    Qualifications and Skills continued:

    • Impeccable attention to details
    • Excellent verbal and written communication
    • Experience with Investor Portals (Intralinks/Investment Café/Allvue/InvestorVision) a plus
    • Experience with Allvue CRM a plus

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$80,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

    What we offer

    • A challenging and rewarding role in a fast-growing organization
    • Opportunities for personal and professional career development
    • Great working environment, competitive salary, and benefits
    • Opportunity to be part of an industry-leading team known for service excellence
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  • Investor Services Director – Denver, CO

    The Investor Services Director is integral to the Gen II operations team. The role requires meticulous attention to detail, as well as strong time management and organizational skills that thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. The candidate will primarily be responsible for providing Investor Services functions to the Gen II sponsors and client service teams.

    Primary Responsibilities Include:

    • Implement guidelines & best practices surrounding contact & coordination of all client deliverables
    • Collaborate internally/externally to produce tactical & strategic roadmap to enhance client & investor experience.
    • Establish and maintain open channels of communication with all client services teams & Principals to support best-in-class service
    • Partner with Gen II technology to Identify and deploy a centralized workflow system
    • Host monthly information sessions with internal stakeholders to promote best practices and facilitate the execution of op-model changes
    • Host client calls on a regular cadence while effectively addressing client concerns and escalated issues
    • Identify solutions & implement op-model changes to reduce cycle time on client requests & reporting, while continuing to operate with a low-risk appetite.
    • Implement & maintain staff heat map to facilitate cross-training and reduce key person risk
    • Ensure Investor Relations team is managed effectively and adheres to all client service level agreements
    • Perform additional duties as needed to ensure all client deliverables are met.
    • Supervision, training and evaluation of associates, supervisors, and managers
    • Operate in a deadline driven, high volume, and constantly changing environment
    • Participate in and lead special projects
    • Ensure deliverables are executed in line with Gen II best practices, policies, and procedures
    • Ensure overtime is based on business needs

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (concentrations in Accounting, Finance, or Economics a plus)
    • 10+ years experience in the financial services industry
    • Private Equity or Hedge Fund Investor Services background
    • Experience with Investor Portals (Intralinks/Investment Café/Allvue/InvestorVision) a plus
    • Allvue CRM experience a plus
    • Strong management traits
    • Demonstrate strong customer service/client relationship skills
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with differing deadlines
    • Impeccable attention to details
    • Excellent verbal and written communication

    The salary range for this position is $140,000-$180,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level. 

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Investor Services Supervisor – Denver, CO

    The Investor Services Supervisor is an integral individual within the Gen II operations team. The role requires meticulous attention to detail, as well as strong time management and organizational skills that thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. The candidate will primarily be responsible for providing Investor Services functions to the Gen II sponsors and client service teams.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include

    • Acknowledge, review and/or respond to client inquiries in a prompt manner while coordinating with internal and external teams, as needed.
    • Coordinate and/or review investor onboarding documentation (Subscription, Tax, and AML documentation)
    • Coordinate and/or review subsequent investor activity and changes to investor static data (Partner transfers, name changes, contact, and wire instruction updates)
    • Coordinate and/or review changes to investor records across multiple internal and external systems
    • Coordinate and/or review ad-hoc, monthly, quarterly, annual reporting, and capital activity notices for sponsor funds and investors
    • Coordinate and/or review investor audit confirmations and monthly recurring deliverables
    • Coordinate, disseminate, and/or review fund & investor correspondence (capital call, distribution, partner capital statement, and other sponsor communications) across various investor portal platforms
    • Ensure the accurate tracking of incoming capital call wires and prepare capital distributions payments across various client accounts
    • Responsibilities include supervision, training, and evaluation of associates and senior associates, managing and collaborating on workflow and/or processes associated with client requests, and deliverables.
    • Monitor incoming correspondence, manage task assignments and manage associate workloads
    • Ensure all work is completed in line with the service level agreement
    • Liaise with the client service team to ensure efficient and excellent client service experience for Gen II’s sponsors
    • Ensure deliverables are executed in line with Gen II best practices, policies, and procedures
    • Participate in special projects
    • Operate efficiently in a deadline-driven, high-volume, and ever-changing environment

     

    Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Economics is a plus
    • 4+ years’ experience in the financial services Industry, including 2+ years supervisor experience
    • Proficiency with Microsoft 365
    • Private Equity or Hedge Fund Investor Services background a plus
    • Demonstrate strong customer service/client relationship skills
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with differing deadlines
    • Impeccable attention to details
    • Excellent verbal and written communications
    • Experience with Investor Portals (Intralinks/Investment Café/Allvue/InvestorVision) a plus
    • Experience with Allvue CRM a plus

    The salary range for this position is $85,000-$120,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

    What we offer

    • A challenging and rewarding role in a fast growing organization
    • Opportunities for personal and professional career development
    • Great working environment, competitive salary and benefits
    • Opportunity to be part of an industry leading team known for service excellence
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  • Tax Director – Denver, CO

    Gen II is seeking Tax Directors to join our growing team of professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the tax compliance services noted above on multiple client engagements.

     Tasks and responsibilities:

    • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables, including creating and reviewing tax-carried interest computations
    • Review and oversight of the validation of Forms W-8BEN, W-8BEN-E, W-8EXP, and W-8IMY to ensure proper administration of treaty claims for reduced U.S. withholding tax
    • Final sign-off and review of federal and state tax returns and associated workpapers
    • Frequent communication with various clients and tax authorities
    • Coordinate with external auditors and tax reviewers
    • Progressive responsibilities include supervision, training, and evaluation of tax personnel at several levels
    • Lead, direct and coach a team of tax professionals at various levels
    • Manage special projects, when requested

    Upon employment, Tax Directors will receive a competitive annual salary between $160,000 – $180,000, along with a generous benefits package

    Qualified candidates will possess the following experience and qualities:

    Required attributes:

    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in accounting (150 credit-hours minimum)
    • 8+ years of experience in the attributes
    • 5 + years of supervisory experience
    • Understanding of U.S. partnership taxation
    • CPA certification or equivalent with active PTIN
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Strong work ethic
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Thrive independently and as part of a team

    Desired attributes:

    • Advanced degree such as Masters in Taxation, JD, and/or LLM
    • Understanding of U.S. international taxation rules associated with ECI, Branch Profits Tax, FDAP, FATCA and FIRPTA
    • Understanding of U.S. corporate taxation
    • Private equity work experience
    • Tax work experience with an emphasis in partnership and/ or international tax matters
    • Proficiency with Thomson Reuters GoSystem
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  • Tax Manager – Denver, CO

    Gen II is seeking Tax Managers to join our growing team of professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the tax compliance services noted above on multiple client engagements.

     Tasks and responsibilities:

    • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables, including creating and reviewing tax carried interest computations
    • Review and validate Forms W-8BEN, W-8BEN-E, W-8EXP, and W-8IMY to properly administer treaty claims for reduced U.S. withholding tax
    • Review federal and state tax returns and associated workpapers
    • Calculate quarterly estimated tax payments
    • Research and respond to various client and tax authority requests
    • Meet ad-hoc tax compliance requests from clients and partners/ investors
    • Review responses to state and federal tax notices
    • Coordinate with external auditors and tax reviewers
    • Progressive responsibilities to include supervision, training, and evaluation of accounting staff and first-level review of all tax workpapers and deliverables
    • Other assigned projects

    GEN II is required by law to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this position.  This compensation range takes into account a variety of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions.  We would not anticipate that the individuals hired for this position would land at or near the top end of the range, but such decision will be dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case.  A reasonable estimate of the range is $105,000 – $160,000.

     

    Upon employment, Tax Managers receive a generous benefits package including, but not limited to:

    • Employee medical and dental insurance premiums are covered by Gen II
    • Eligible for a discretionary annual bonus
    • 401(k) with company match
    • Paid time off

    Qualified candidates will possess the following experience and qualities:

    Required attributes:

    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in accounting (150 credit-hours minimum)
    • 4+ years of experience
    • Understanding of U.S. partnership taxation
    • CPA candidate
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Strong work ethic
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Thrive independently and as part of a team

    Desired attributes:

    • CPA certification
    • Advanced degree such as Masters in Taxation, JD, and/or LLM
    • Understanding of U.S. international taxation rules associated with ECI, Branch Profits Tax, FDAP, FATCA and FIRPTA
    • Understanding of U.S. corporate taxation
    • Prior supervisory experience
    • Private equity work experience
    • Tax work experience with an emphasis in partnership and/ or international tax matters •    Proficiency with Thomson Reuters GoSystem
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  • Tax Senior – Denver, CO

    Gen II is seeking senior-level tax accountants to join our growing team of professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the tax compliance services noted above on multiple client engagements.

    Tasks and responsibilities:

    • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables, including creating and reviewing tax-carried interest computations
    • Review and validate Forms W-8BEN, W-8BEN-E, W-8EXP, and W-8IMY to properly administer treaty claims for reduced U.S. withholding tax
    • Prepare federal and state tax returns and associated workpapers
    • Calculate quarterly estimated tax payments
    • Research and respond to various client requests
    • Meet ad-hoc tax compliance requests from clients and partners/ investors
    • Prepare responses to state and federal tax notices
    • Coordinate with external auditors and tax reviewers
    • Progressive responsibilities to include supervision, training, and evaluation of less experienced
    • accounting staff and first-level review of all tax workpapers and deliverables
    • Other assigned projects

    Upon employment, Tax Seniors receive a competitive salary between $80,000 – $105,000, along with a generous benefits package.

    Qualified candidates will possess the following experience and qualities:

    Required attributes:

    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in accounting (150 credit-hours minimum)
    • Minimum 2 years of experience
    • Understanding of U.S. partnership taxation
    • CPA candidate
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Strong work ethic
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Thrive independently and as part of a team

    Desired attributes:

    • CPA certification
    • Advanced degree such as Masters in Taxation, JD, and/or LLM
    • Understanding of U.S. international taxation rules associated with ECI, Branch Profits Tax, FDAP, FATCA and FIRPTA
    • Understanding of U.S. corporate taxation
    • Prior supervisory experience
    • Private equity work experience
    • Tax work experience with an emphasis in partnership and/ or international tax matters
    • Proficiency with Thomson Reuters GoSystem
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  • Tax Staff – Denver, CO

    Gen II is seeking entry-level tax staff accountants to join our growing team of professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the tax compliance services noted below on multiple client engagements

    Tasks and responsibilities:

    • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables, including creating tax-carried interest computations
    • Review and validate Forms W-8BEN, W-8BEN-E, W-8EXP, and W-8IMY to properly administer treaty claims for reduced U.S. withholding tax
    • Prepare federal and state tax returns and associated workpapers
    • Calculate quarterly estimated tax payments
    • Meet ad-hoc tax compliance requests from clients and partners/ investors
    • Prepare responses to state and federal tax notices
    • Coordinate with external auditors and tax reviewers
    • Other assigned projects

    As a Gen II Colorado team member, you will receive a competitive salary between $65,000 – $80,000, along with a generous benefits package.

    Qualified candidates will possess the following experience and qualities:

    Required attributes:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting and master’s degree in tax, JD and/or LLM (150 credit-hours minimum)
    • CPA candidate
    • Strong work ethic
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    • Meticulous attention to detail
    • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Thrive independently and as part of a team

    Desired attributes:

    • CPA certification
    • Understanding of U.S. partnership taxation
    • Understanding of U.S. corporate taxation
    • Proficiency with Thomson Reuters GoSystems
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  • Director Business Development – New York, NY

    NYC-based Fund Administration firm is looking for a Business Development Director to focus on new business opportunities primarily from the private equity and private real estate sector. The position will report to the principal – Business Development and will have specific revenue objectives.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Generate new business for the firm through the creation of new opportunities with existing newly forming Private Equity and Private Real Estate firms
    • Identify opportunities to sell administration services to Private Equity firms seeking to improve their operational processes and workflows
    • Develop and maintain a network of relationships with industry centers of influence, including audit, tax and legal advisory firms, consultants, limited partners, investment bankers, and other advisors
    • Attend industry networking events and conferences
    • Keep track of new industry, legal and fiscal developments, anticipate changes in the target market’s needs, and translate this into opportunities for the firm.

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree required
    • Demonstrated learning agility and self-motivation
    • Detail-oriented
    • Experience with Salesforce as a sales tool
    • Ability to work both individually and within a group structure
    • Able to assist in the creation and execution of targeted outreach efforts
    • Base knowledge of the private real estate and private equity industry
    • Prior sales experience is an important asset
    • Salary will be a combination of base plus commission and is commensurate on experience and success.

    The salary range for this position is $130,000-$170,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

     

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  • Accountant – New York, NY

    Gen II is seeking an Accountant to join its Management Company services department. This role requires a detailed and organized individual with the ability to manage several accounting projects simultaneously in a timely manner.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Manage client communications and requests
    • Completion of monthly general ledger close, preparation, and maintenance of workpapers
    • Preparation of financial statements and footnote disclosures
    • Liaise with client’s third-party auditors and tax accountants
    • Cash processing and bank reconciliations
    • Payroll recording and reconciliation
    • Assist with new client set-ups and transitions
    • Assist with Accounts Payable function
    • Assist with the annual Form 1099 process
    • Complete “ad-hoc” and special projects as needed

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or a related field
    • 1-2 years of experience, preferably in public accounting and/or in the financial services sector
    • Strong written and oral communication skills
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to design spreadsheets
    • Heightened attention to detail, highly organized and efficient
    • Self-motivated individual with excellent interpersonal skills

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$75,000, in addition to a comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Director – New York, NY

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Director to manage Private Equity funds.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Direct the day-to-day accounting and fund administration for multiple investment sponsors
    • Extensive hands-on involvement in preparing and reviewing work papers, investments, accruals, financial statements with footnotes and investor allocations
    • Heavy client interaction daily
    • Frequent communication with clients at the executive level
    • Maintain a working relationship with all client contacts, auditors, lawyers, and banking personnel
    • Lead, direct, and coach a team of staff Accountants at several levels
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial setup of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign-off prior to the Managing Director review
    • Manage special projects, when required

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • 7+ years of fund accounting experience in either a Private Equity Fund, Private Equity Fund Administrator, or other financial institution where the candidate has gained financial products knowledge
    • 5+ years of supervisory experience
    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics
    • Advanced Mezzanine/Credit/Loan Origination investment experience preferred
    • Comfortable with PIK/OID calculations
    • Advanced experience in preparing capital calls and distributions including complicated waterfall models
    • Very comfortable in understanding and navigating through Partnership Agreements, legal documents, and Investment Agreements
    • Advanced knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Technical Knowledge and Business Acumen
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook
    • Strong leadership skills and management skills

    The salary range for this position is $135,000-$190,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Director – Boston, MA

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Director to manage Private Equity funds.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Direct the day-to-day accounting and fund administration for multiple investment sponsors
    • Extensive hands-on involvement in preparing and reviewing work papers, investments, accruals, financial statements with footnotes and investor allocations
    • Heavy client interaction daily
    • Frequent communication with clients at the executive level
    • Maintain a working relationship with all client contacts, auditors, lawyers, and banking personnel
    • Lead, direct, and coach a team of staff Accountants at several levels
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial setup of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign-off prior to the Managing Director review
    • Manage special projects, when required

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • 7+ years of fund accounting experience in either a Private Equity Fund, Private Equity Fund Administrator, or other financial institution where the candidate has gained financial products knowledge
    • 5+ years of supervisory experience
    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics
    • Advanced Mezzanine/Credit/Loan Origination investment experience preferred
    • Comfortable with PIK/OID calculations
    • Advanced experience in preparing capital calls and distributions including complicated waterfall models
    • Very comfortable in understanding and navigating through Partnership Agreements, legal documents, and Investment Agreements
    • Advanced knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Technical Knowledge and Business Acumen
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook
    • Strong leadership skills and management skills

    The salary range for this position is $135,000-$190,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Manager – Stamford, CT

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Fund Accounting Manager to manage Private Equity fund clients.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Manage the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise, manage, and direct a small accounting staff, if required
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depending on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private CPA Preferred
    • 7+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Management and supervisory experience
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$170,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

    APPLY
  • Manager – New York, NY

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Fund Accounting Manager to manage Private Equity fund clients.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Manage the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise, manage, and direct a small accounting staff, if required
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depending on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private CPA Preferred
    • 7+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Management and supervisory experience
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$170,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Manager – Denver, CO

    Gen II is seeking Accounting Managers to join our growing team of fund accounting and administration professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the client services noted above, other than tax compliance and consulting services, on multiple client engagements.

    Tasks and responsibilities:

    • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables
    • Review quarterly and annual financial statements and associated work papers, including management fee and carried interest calculations
    • Oversee day-to-day cash and investment transactions and approve journal entries in accounting software
    • Review investor cash flow notices and corresponds with investors
    • Maintain and update partner/ investor data
    • Meet impromptu requests from clients and partners/ investors
    • Coordinate with external auditors and tax department
    • Progressive responsibilities include supervision, training and evaluation of accounting staff assigned to engagements
    • Other assigned projects

    Upon employment, Accounting Managers receive a competitive salary between $90,000 – $130,000 along with a generous benefits package.

    Qualified candidates will possess the following experience and qualities:

    Required attributes:

    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in accounting, or relevant work experience
    • 4+ years of experience
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Meticulous attention to detail
    • Strong work ethic
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Thrive independently and as part of a team

    Desired attributes:

    • CPA certification
    • Master’s degree in accounting
    • Private equity work experience
    • Prior supervisory experience
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  • Manager – San Francisco, CA

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Fund Accounting Manager to manage Private Equity fund clients.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Manage the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise, manage, and direct a small accounting staff, if required
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depending on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private CPA Preferred
    • 7+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Management and supervisory experience
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$170,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

    APPLY
  • Manager – Boston, MA

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Fund Accounting Manager to manage Private Equity fund clients.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Manage the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise, manage, and direct a small accounting staff, if required
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depending on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private CPA Preferred
    • 7+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Management and supervisory experience
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$170,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

    APPLY
  • Supervisor – San Francisco, CA

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Accounting Supervisor to oversee Private Equity funds.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Oversee the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise a small staff of accountants, if necessary
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depending on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private
    • CPA Preferred
    • 4+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$130,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

    APPLY
  • Supervisor – Denver, CO

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Accounting Supervisor to oversee Private Equity funds.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Oversee the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise a small staff of accountants, if necessary
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depends on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private CPA Preferred
    • 5+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    Upon employment, Accounting Supervisors receive a competitive salary between $90,000 – $110,000, along with a generous benefits package.

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  • Supervisor – New York, NY

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Accounting Supervisor to oversee Private Equity funds.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Oversee the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise a small staff of accountants, if necessary
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depending on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private
    • CPA Preferred
    • 4+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$130,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Supervisor – Boston, MA

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Private Equity Accounting Supervisor to oversee Private Equity funds.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Work closely with the Director/ Managing Director managing daily Fund Operations
    • Oversee the operations and accounting of an existing fund independently
    • Ability to interface and manage a client/ business with limited guidance
    • Familiar with LPA and other Governing documents. Able to extract key economics, compile, and document a thorough Summary with limited guidance
    • Able to supervise a small staff of accountants, if necessary
    • Oversee and provide guidance on the initial set up of the Clients Funds deliverables (capital calls, distributions, financial statements, waterfalls, IRRs) and perform thorough, in-depth review and sign off prior to Director/Managing Director review
    • Perform multiple levels of review/analyses of Financial Reports/Capital Events and Private Equity Complex Transactions (depending on client and team)

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting – Public/Private
    • CPA Preferred
    • 4+ years of relevant Private Equity Fund/Investment Company Accounting & Reporting experience
    • Ability to learn on the job quickly, apply learning to clients and recommend solutions to issues
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in processes and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Sound knowledge of Investment Company Accounting (ASC 946), Economics (Waterfalls and Allocations), Fund Structure (Corporate, Partnership, Tax Blockers, etc. within an Organization Chart) / Investor Classifications
    • Sound knowledge of types of Reporting for Investment Funds / Investment Companies and Investors in US GAAP (ASC 946) and IFRS Ability to Prepare and review
    • Sufficient knowledge and hands-on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, Mgmt. Advisory Agreements, Side Letters, Separate Fee agreements, etc.
    • Hands-on experience accounting/audit of private equity funds (including blockers, Parallel, SPV, AIV, Co-Investment Vehicles) management companies, and other related vehicles
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
    • Extensive Microsoft suite skills – Excel (pivots), Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

    The salary range for this position is $90,000-$130,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Senior Fund Accountant – Denver, CO

    Gen II is seeking Accounting Seniors to join our growing team of fund accounting and administration professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the client services noted above, other than tax compliance and consulting services, on multiple client engagements.

    Tasks and responsibilities:

    • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables
    • Prepare quarterly and annual financial statements and associated workpapers, including management fee and carried interest calculations
    • Oversee day-to-day cash and investment transactions and prepare journal entries in accounting software
    • Prepare investor cash flow notices and correspond with investors
    • Maintain and update investor data
    • Meet impromptu requests from clients and investors
    • Coordinate with external auditors and tax department
    • Progressive responsibilities to include supervision, training, and evaluation of less experienced accounting staff and first-level review of all accounting workpapers and deliverables
    • Other assigned projects

    Upon employment, Accounting Seniors receive a competitive salary between $70,000 – $99,000, along with a generous benefits package.

    Qualified candidates will possess the following experience and qualities:

    Required attributes:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting
    • Minimum two years of related work experience
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Meticulous attention to detail
    • Strong work ethic
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Thrive independently and as part of a team

    Desired attributes:

    • CPA certification
    • Master’s degree in accounting
    • Private equity work experience
    • Prior supervisory experience
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  • Senior Fund Accountant – Boston, MA

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Senior Fund Accountant to provide accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and work papers.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Examine and analyze accounting records to assess accuracy, completeness, and conformance to reporting standards
    • Review work papers, prepare call and distribution letters, calculate carried interest, and allocate profits and losses in accordance with Fund Governing Agreement with special allocations for blocked or tax-exempt Partners
    • Prepare Consolidated Financial Statements with footnotes
    • Analyze investment documents and properly set up investment structures including holding companies, AIV, and blockers
    • Calculate current and deferred tax expense/benefits and related deferred tax assets/liabilities
    • Train new employees and assist with new fund transition and/or set up

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy
    • Must have working knowledge of consolidations with non-controlling interest
    • Must have working knowledge of realized and unrealized waterfall allocations
    • Must have 2+ years of experience in a private equity fund accounting position

    The salary range for this position is $80,000-$115,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

     

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  • Senior Fund Accountant – New York, NY

    New York City-based Private Equity Fund Administration Firm is looking for a Senior Fund Accountant to provide accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and work papers.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Examine and analyze accounting records to assess accuracy, completeness, and conformance to reporting standards
    • Review work papers, prepare call and distribution letters, calculate carried interest, and allocate profits and losses in accordance with Fund Governing Agreement with special allocations for blocked or tax-exempt Partners
    • Prepare Consolidated Financial Statements with footnotes
    • Analyze investment documents and properly set up investment structures including holding companies, AIV, and blockers
    • Calculate current and deferred tax expense/benefits and related deferred tax assets/liabilities
    • Train new employees and assist with new fund transition and/or set up

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy
    • Must have working knowledge of consolidations with non-controlling interest
    • Must have working knowledge of realized and unrealized waterfall allocations
    • Must have 2+ years of experience in a private equity fund accounting position

    The salary range for this position is $80,000-$115,000, in addition to a discretionary bonus and comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

     

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  • Fund Accountant – Denver, CO

    Gen II Colorado is looking for a Fund Accountant that will be responsible for providing accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and workpapers.  

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables
    • Cash processing and bank reconciliations
    • Record journal entries
    • Maintain general ledger
    • Prepare and set up workpapers
    • Prepare financial statements and footnotes
    • Prepare management fee, carried interest, and deferred tax calculations
    • Prepare partner capital account information
    • Investor capital call/ distribution processing
    • Liaise with the tax department and client’s independent auditors

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required

    As a Gen II Colorado team member, you will receive competitive pay and a generous benefits package:

    Salary Range: $52,000-$67,000, plus overtime.

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  • Fund Accountant – Stamford, CT

    Fund Accountant will be responsible for providing accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and work papers.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Cash processing and bank reconciliations
    • Record journal entries
    • Maintain general ledger
    • Prepare and set up workpapers and checklists
    • Prepare financial statements and footnotes
    • Prepare partner capital account information
    • Investor capital call/ distribution processing
    • Liaise with the client’s independent auditors

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$75,000, in addition to a comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Fund Accountant – Boston, MA

    Fund Accountant will be responsible for providing accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and work papers.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Cash processing and bank reconciliations
    • Record journal entries
    • Maintain general ledger
    • Prepare and set up workpapers and checklists
    • Prepare financial statements and footnotes
    • Prepare partner capital account information
    • Investor capital call/ distribution processing
    • Liaise with the client’s independent auditors

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$75,000, in addition to a comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of a minimum of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Fund Accountant – San Francisco, CA

    Fund Accountant will be responsible for providing accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and work papers.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Cash processing and bank reconciliations
    • Record journal entries
    • Maintain general ledger
    • Prepare and set up workpapers and checklists
    • Prepare financial statements and footnotes
    • Prepare partner capital account information
    • Investor capital call/ distribution processing
    • Liaise with the client’s independent auditors

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$75,000, in addition to a comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of a minimum of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

     

     

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  • Fund Accountant – Dallas, TX

    Fund Accountant will be responsible for providing accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and work papers.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Cash processing and bank reconciliations
    • Record journal entries
    • Maintain general ledger
    • Prepare and set up workpapers and checklists
    • Prepare financial statements and footnotes
    • Prepare partner capital account information
    • Investor capital call/ distribution processing
    • Liaise with the client’s independent auditors

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$75,000, in addition to a comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of a minimum of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

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  • Fund Accountant – New York, NY

    Fund Accountant will be responsible for providing accounting services including preparation and processing of transactions and financial statements with supporting schedules and work papers.

    Primary Responsibilities Will Include:

    • Cash processing and bank reconciliations
    • Record journal entries
    • Maintain general ledger
    • Prepare and set up workpapers and checklists
    • Prepare financial statements and footnotes
    • Prepare partner capital account information
    • Investor capital call/ distribution processing
    • Liaise with the client’s independent auditors

    Job Requirements, Skills, Education, and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required

    The salary range for this position is $60,000-$75,000, in addition to a comprehensive benefits package. Please note that the actual salary offered within that range will depend on the candidate’s experience level.

    Work Arrangement

    All applicants applying to Gen II Fund Services, LLC must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Please note that all US employees are required to work a hybrid schedule, comprised of two (2) days a week in our office and three (3) days remotely.

     

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  • Client Services Assistant Manager M/F

    THE ROLE

    The role sits within the Client Services department, reporting to the Manager. The main activities of the department are:

    OPERATIONS: record the daily operations of the funds and their GPs (target calls/distributions, investor calls/distributions, banks reconciliation, invoices)

    ACCOUNTING AND TREASURY: prepare monthly cash dashboard, ensure daily cash management, prepare the NAV package in order to, prepare the consolidation package and,

    REPORTING: prepare the investor reporting, prepare ad-hoc reporting requested by clients

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Manage workflow and coordinate with Manager / business unit lead on the delivery of client planning and delegating tasks to team members.
    • Coordinate the internal processing and review of all client specific deliverables, ISAE 34-02 controls, and procedures for the team.
    • Actively participate in weekly calls with clients. Lead on some daily calls as required
    • Review journal entries, including cash and non-cash transactions. Perform a thorough, detailed review of trial balance, supporting work papers, waterfall schedules, preferred return calculations, IRRs, and financial statements. Coordinate preparation of and / or prepare more complex transactions
    • Perform a thorough, detailed review of capital events activities and sign offs on agreed level of activity, including capital call allocations & notices, capital distribution allocations & notices.
    • Validating complex capital calls and allocation of distributions and performing a thorough, detailed review of all internal client deliverable checklists required for quality control, including fund governing document economic summary.
    • Coordinate the preparation of the consolidation package for internal group reporting
    • Manage clients’ annual audit and tax processes,
    • Perform a thorough review of the quarterly work papers and quarterly financial statement package (financial statements, capital accounts statements and investor reports) including footnotes for assigned entities.
    • Ensure proper fund setup (coordinating with Director / Managing Director accordingly), including and not limited to financial statements, dashboards, footnote disclosures, waterfalls, and management fee calculations. Utilize Gen II’s best practices and latest technology in fund setup.
    • Review and validate management fee schedules, including management fee offsets.
    • Coordinate ad hoc requests as needed (e.g. audit confirms, LP requests – tying out client / investor information to Gen II data).
    • Review the new client onboarding and fund setup
    • Train, coach, and manage team members. Participate in evaluating talent by providing constructive, actionable feedback and performance reviews.  Escalate staffing concerns.  Participate in hiring processes.
    • Seek and implement process & procedure improvements to avoid future QC & client questions and comments.

    REQUIRED SKILLS AND EDUCATION

    • BAC+3 in accounting, finance or a similar recognized accountancy qualification
    • 7+ years of relevant experience in private equity fund administration in Luxembourg
    • Fluent in English and French (verbal and written communication), any other language is considered an asset
    • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, any knowledge of eFront would be an advantage
    • Strong knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset

    REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in process and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem solving, judgment and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Ability to work in team and autonomously
    • Strong management and organisational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Lead by example and demonstrate firm values
    • Result-orientated with a sense of responsibility and commitment to delivering quality work
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities
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  • Project – Technology Analyst M/F

    THE ROLE

    As an IT analyst you will be mainly focused on developing and enhancing GEN II platforms, which includes Fund administration platforms, TMS system, and in-house applications.

    Your role will not be restricted to that, as you will also work on several topics, including users support, the maintenance, the improvement and the integration of Fund accounting platforms and the TMS used by GEN II users. You will be liaising with the business to collect the needs on the different projects, and you will participate to the technical development of new solutions.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Business support:
      • Assist and support business teams on the day-to-day requests.
      • Act as an IT referent for the business users by mastering different in-house platforms and the interfaces (Fund accounting platforms to TMS mainly).
    • Business analysis:
      • Analyze and challenge business requirements to implement new features in the existing platforms
      • Work on the interface between the TMS and the banks to be integrated (Mapping, Data analysis, Testing…)
      • Identify possible enhancements in the existing systems.
      • Act as a business analyst by learning the core business (Private equity, Accounting, SWIFT Payments…)
    • Project management:
      • Participate to the project of banks integration.
      • To be part of new projects including Fund accounting platform, Treasury Management System, data migrations…
      • To handle a portfolio of projects/tasks and be able to manage/communicate the daily progress.
      • Work closely with the different project actors.
    • Development:
      • Manage, develop and maintain data interfaces between Fund accounting platforms and the treasury management system.
      • Develop reports and features in accounting platforms.
    • Ensure the security of the information systems , communication lines and equipment
    • Report breaches and problems to management
    • Follow all internal trainings for security and compliance

    JOB REQUIREMENTS

    Must have:

    • Master/Engineering degree in computer science, IT or project management.
    • 1-2 years of experience
    • Experience/Knowledge of programming in SQL.
    • Knowledge of at least one coding language (Javascript, VBA…).
    • Willingness to learn SWIFT messages (MT101, MT103, MT940).
    • Strong Excel skills.
    • Ability to manipulate large sets of data.
    • Fast learning and ability to adapt quickly to a new environment.
    • Ability to prioritize, think independently, and handle multi-tasks.
    • High analytical ability and thinking out of the box.
    • Strong attention to details
    • Fluent in English.

    Nice to have:

    • Knowledge of eFront or any other Fund Accounting platform
    • Knowledge of a treasury management system
    • Knowledge of Private equity/Real estate or corporate finance
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  • Internship – Accounting and Operations Analyst M/F

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Perform daily cash reconciliations, ensuring transactions are settled in a timely manner
    • Book daily transactions in the internal accounting system within agreed portfolio timescales
    • Monitor and manage outstanding / overdue payments
    • Ensure all supporting documentation is received and filed as per internal procedures
    • Prepare, book and send capital calls and distributions to investors (including the preparation of legal documentation)
    • Collect, process and control capital calls and distributions received from target investments
    • Collect, analyze and reconcile target capital account information
    • Prepare payments by verifying documentation and requesting disbursements
    • Liaise with external providers to provide documents supporting the preparation of tax returns (CIT, MBT, NTW and VAT)
    • Provide any information requested by internal teams or clients promptly and smoothly
    • Other day-to-day administrative tasks as required

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    • You are fluent in English
    • You are preparing your Bachelor or Master degree in accounting, finance or a similar recognized accountancy qualification
    • You have some knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    • You are in your final year before graduation and this is your end-of-studies internship
    • You are available for a 6-month internship
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  • Fund Accounting – Client Services Analyst M/F

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Perform daily cash reconciliations, ensuring transactions are settled in a timely manner
    • Book daily transactions in the internal accounting system within agreed portfolio timescales
    • Monitor and manage outstanding / overdue payments
    • Ensure all supporting documentation is received and filed as per internal procedures
    • Prepare, book and send capital calls and distributions to investors (including the preparation of legal documentation)
    • Collect, process and control capital calls and distributions received from target investments
    • Collect, analyze and reconcile target capital account information
    • Prepare payments by verifying documentation and requesting disbursements
    • Liaise with external providers to provide documents supporting the preparation of tax returns (CIT, MBT, NTW and VAT)
    • Provide any information requested by internal teams or clients promptly and smoothly
    • Other day-to-day administrative tasks as required

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    • BAC+3 in accounting, finance or a similar recognized accountancy qualification
    • Some knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Result-orientated with a sense of responsibility and commitment to delivering quality work
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Fluent in English (verbal and written communication), any other language is considered an asset
    • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, any knowledge of eFront would be an advantage
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  • Fund Accounting – Client Services Manager M/F

    THE ROLE

    This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the newly established Luxembourg entity and be part of the team further developing the business.

    The role sits within the Client Services department, reporting to the Business Unit Senior Manager.

    The main activities of the department are:

    1. OPERATIONS
    • record the daily operations of the funds and their GPs (target calls/distributions, investor calls/distributions, banks reconciliation, invoices)

    2. ACCOUNTING AND TREASURY:

    • prepare monthly cash dashboard
    • ensure daily cash management
    • prepare the NAV package in order to,
    • prepare the consolidation package and,

    3. REPORTING:

    • prepare the investor reporting
    • prepare ad-hoc reporting requested by clients

    Key activities of this role include; monitoring the operations, bringing a high quality review on deliverables, mentoring and coaching team members to support their personal training and  development needs and assisting the Business Unit Senior Manager in technical or organizational tasks of the department.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Operationally manage a fund portfolio from A to Z, meaning:
      • Monitor the daily operations
      • Ensure to meet the deadlines
      • Organize the team around the planning
      • Ensure high quality review on financial statements, investor reporting, capital account statements
      • Assist the Head of Operations and Client Services with meeting business goals & objectives, company economic metrics, and Human Capital management
    • Independently manage a team and meet specific company level revenue & service level targets
    • Improve and/or implement new processes where necessary
    • Improve and implement dashboard tools to monitor department level activities
    • Be involved in the development of IT tools to help manage KPIs across the business
    • Effectively manage communication with all internal Gen II teams, owning any internal requests with timely and appropriate responses
    • Actively support internal projects.  Assist other teams as requested
    • Train, coach, and manage team dynamics & morale. Evaluate talent by providing constructive, actionable feedback and performance reviews.  Escalate staffing concerns.  Actively participate in hiring processes.  Seek to identify, develop, and retain top talent

    REQUIRED SKILLS AND EDUCATION

    • BAC+3 in accounting, finance or a similar recognized accountancy qualification
    • 7+ years of experience in private equity and/or real estate fund administration in Luxembourg
    • Fluent in English (verbal and written communication), any other language is considered an asset
    • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, any knowledge of eFront would be an advantage
    • Strong knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset

    REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in process and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem solving, judgment and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines
    • Ability to work in team and autonomously
    • Strong management and organisational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Lead by example and demonstrate firm values
    • Result-orientated with a sense of responsibility and commitment to delivering quality work
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities
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  • Senior Depositary Officer M/F

    THE ROLE

    This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the established Luxembourg entity and become a key member of our team further developing the business. The role sits within the Depositary Team and reports to the managers of the team.

    As a Senior Officer, you will be mainly focused on the “day-to-day” tasks, delivering the different reports, escalating issues, providing and preparing the checklists when the tasks are done. He/she will be liable for his/her performance including the quality and evidences of the controls conducted. Depending on the background and experience, he/she shall be allocated to cash monitoring and reconciliation program or involved in the oversight of delegates/external parties (i.e. fund administrators and fund managers).

    EXAMPLE YEAR ONE OBJECTIVES

    • Contribute to the Group strategy and business growth
    • Build the required knowledge to conduct the tasks and controls
    • Work with clients and the business to ensure timely delivery of day to day responsibilities
    • Annual review of process and procedures to improve business efficiency
    • Work with clients, auditors, fund managers and the business to ensure timely delivery of day to day responsibilities

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Support the on-boarding of new depositary clients/mandates by delivering risk assessment reports (when starting a new relation);
    • Maintain the due diligence calendar up to date and support the risk assessment (risk rating) process;
    • Review questionnaire responses, ISAE/SOC reports and other relevant documentation provided by external parties involved;
    • Provide regular feedbacks on the result of the due diligence activities to the Management of the Depositary Services in order to initiate the regulatory required escalation process to the AIFM;
    • Perform daily tasks like Cash Flow Monitoring and transaction follow-up;
    • Monitor the reports from FA, AIFM and 3rd parties (assist in the oversight of the different service providers of the funds);
    • Reconcile portfolios of assets and take part of the audit of funds by answering the fund auditors;
    • Ensure completeness of tasks by end of the day and report directly to the Manager of the team.

    JOB REQUIREMENTS AND EDUCATION

    • Holding a Bachelor/Master degree in Accounting/Finance/Law
    • Proven experience of minimum 5 years ideally in an accounting firm, an audit company or any relevant Fund Administration entity servicing funds in the E.U.

    SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

    • Fluency in English, any other language is considered as an asset
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Client-oriented with ability to build strong relationships with internal and external parties
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities with a commitment to delivering high quality work
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Ability to meet tight deadlines and to work under pressure
    • Ability to analyse and apply a large volume of technical data, and translate into simple language for a non-specialist audience
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  • Fund Accounting – Client Services Senior Officer M/F

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    Primary responsibilities:

    • Perform daily cash reconciliations, ensuring transactions are settled in a timely manner
    • Book daily transactions in the internal accounting system within agreed portfolio timescales
    • Monitor and manage outstanding / overdue payments
    • Ensure all supporting documentation is received and filed as per internal procedures
    • Prepare, book and send capital calls and distributions to investors (including the preparation of legal documentation)
    • Collect, process and control capital calls and distributions received from target investments
    • Collect, analyze and reconcile target capital account information
    • Prepare payments by verifying documentation and requesting disbursements
    • Liaise with external providers to provide documents supporting the preparation of tax returns (CIT, MBT, NTW and VAT)
    • Provide any information requested by internal teams or clients promptly and smoothly
    • Other day-to-day administrative tasks as required
    • Annual, semi-annual and quarterly closing activities, preparation of the NAV in accordance with waterfall models, including reconciliation of balance sheet and profit & loss accounts
    • Train Fund Accountant(s) on day-to-day activities.
    • Prepare annual accounts for basic funds including relevant required disclosures and ensure that all local regulatory and accounting standards are met. Preparation of any required adjustments between Luxembourg GAAP and IFRS or US GAAP
    • Assist with year-end audits including preparation of relevant files and issue resolution
    • Preparation of the consolidation package for internal group reporting
    • Ensure Gen II Luxembourg Services best practices and key policies are applied, and any significant issues are brought to the mangers attention

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    • BAC+3 in accounting, finance or a similar recognized accountancy qualification
    • Good knowledge of Luxembourg corporate laws and structures, any specific PERE sector knowledge (e.g. SOPARFI, SICAR, SIF, RAIF, SLP) is considered an asset

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit
    • Result-orientated with a sense of responsibility and commitment to delivering quality work
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude
    • Fluent in English (verbal and written communication), any other language is considered an asset
    • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, any knowledge of eFront would be an advantage
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  • Corporate Accounting Senior Officer M/F

    THE ROLE
    The role sits within the Finance and Administration Team and reports to the Finance and Administration Manager.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Monthly closing adjustments including, but not limited to, capturing the following:
      • Revenue and Expense accruals
      • Provisions
      • Prepayments
      • Deferred income
      • Depreciation and amortisation
    • Management of asset register
    • Preparation and issuance of customer invoices
    • Management of customer queries
    • Management and reporting of cash collection
    • Support Finance Manager with preparation of annual budget
    • Preparation of periodic Actual vs Budget reporting;
    • Maintain the customer and supplier management system;
    • Capturing of daily banking and supplier invoice journals;
    • Management of supplier payment and cash flow processes;
    • Coordination with tax advisor to prepare and submit periodic direct and indirect tax returns
    • Prepare and submit periodic CSSF reports
    • Support Finance Manager with the Company’s annual internal and external audits;
    • Any other ad-hoc task that may arise to assist Finance Team to reach their goals and deadlines

    JOB REQUIREMENTS AND EDUCATION

    • Bachelors degree in Accounting or similar Recognized Accountancy Qualification;
    • Minimum 5 years experience in a similar role;
    • Fluency in English is mandatory. French would be considered an asset;
    • Good knowledge of Luxembourg GAAP. IFRS and USGAAP would be considered an asset;
    • Competencies in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel and Outlook is necessary, proficiency in BOB50 would be an asset.

    SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including contributing to and being part of a strong team spirit;
    • Ability to build strong relationships with internal and external parties;
    • Ability to work autonomously, taking full ownership of assigned responsibilities with a commitment to delivering high quality work;
    • Excellent organizational skills complemented by a “can do” attitude;
    • Ability to meet tight deadlines and to work under pressure;
    • Ability to analyze and apply a large volume of technical data, and translate into simple language for a non-specialist audience.
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  • PERE Fund Administration – Client Services Senior Manager M/F

    THE ROLE

    This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the Luxembourg entity and be an integral part of the senior team further developing the business.

    The role sits within the client services team, and reports to the Head of Operations and Client Services.

    EXAMPLE YEAR ONE OBJECTIVES

    • Support the Head of Operations and Client Services with the review of the Gen II Luxembourg Services client management processes including internal procedures, KPIs, escalation and governance, ensuring consistent approach across you portfolio of clients
    • Manage KPIs according to service level agreements and management requirements, and deliver timely internal / KPI reporting
    • Contribute to the development of the ISAE 3402 process and procedures
    • Take ownership of the relevant client relationships on behalf of GenIILS
    • Participate in training and networking opportunities to broaden fund accounting and industry specific knowledge. Utilize comprehensive understanding of the fund governing documents, industry guides, GAAP accounting, regulations, and other private equity compliance requirements
    • Develop relationships with all senior team members including US team/s in charge of common clients

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    People

    • Actively encourage a culture that supports employee development and retention, through personal development including coaching and training courses as appropriate, and celebrating successes
    • Manage the Business Unit staffing levels to forward-looking resource requirements. Actively participate in the hiring processes to recruit productive staff who adapt well to the Gen II culture
    • Control client services daily work allocation in transparent and efficient manner
    • Identify and evaluate talent by providing constructive, actionable feedback and performance reviews. Ensure that all staff are working to achieve their required responsibilities, within process and procedure parameters and according to guiding behaviors. Manage under performers appropriately
    • Motivate and empower team members by building their capabilities and providing opportunities to give additional responsibility
    • Be seen as an expert in the operational functioning of the Business Unit investment vehicles

    Business results

    • Participate in prospective clients pitches and help with business development activities
    • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the client service model and engagement requirements including and not limited to scope of services
    • Review and approve Business Unit time in the system and support finance in the invoicing process
    • Demonstrate comprehensive expertise in fund administration by researching & resolving questions and proposing possible solutions
    • Share expertise at internal and external presentations, as needed.
    • Have portfolio responsibility over revenue recording including collection process and daily, weekly, monthly, periodic reporting as required
    • Participate in the new business process in relation to prospective clients, including providing support during the fee proposal preparation process
    • thebe aware of the resource analysis for the Business Unit, monitoring resource costs, including assigning work to appropriate grade level of resource

    Client Facing

    • Own the client relationship for the Business Unit
    • Conduct weekly operations meeting with clients, focusing on delivery – including working to KPIs, any client issues (complaints, breaches, errors etc)
    • Supervise the daily client contact for fund activity in the portfolio, respond to any client requests in a timely fashion, ensuring the maintenance a strong client relationship
    • Seek feedback from clients and enhance their services as required, understand the client ‘temperature’
    • Perform client relationship management tasks as required, such as providing coverage for the Relationship Manager in case of absence, participation to Quarterly and other relationship reviews supporting the strategic client interaction. When appropriate, provide support to the Business Development director to asses new opportunities operational compatibility for Gen II and in some cases support prospective client presentations (sales pitches).

    Operations

    • Understand the system design and how it is applied, and seek opportunities for others to best utilize the technology effectively. Implement and share best practices
    • Ensure accuracy of key deliverables including high level review & analysis, meeting compliance requirements, and application of best practices
    • Oversee audit and tax coordination processes for the Business Unit
    • Act as technical support for the client services team including managers, sharing knowledge and providing training where needed or requested, including the coordination on complex work
    • Complete planning for delivery of production by the team
    • Interpret data to anticipate problems, escalate appropriately, make decisions, and take action to mitigate or avoid risks
    • Ensure all work is undertaken in compliance with the fund’s documentation, and any regulatory requirements
    • Planning client delivery production for designated portfolio
    • Monitor and communicate progress against planning and recognize successes
    • Escalation of any risk events to Head of Operations and Client Services and the Chief Operating Officer

    Projects

    • Suggest and specify technology or process improvements in the pursuit of efficiency
    • Support and participate in ad hoc projects which aim to improve the operational activities of the business

    Process and control

    • Ensure the team meet deliverables in a timely manner and in line with the Operating Memorandum (if applicable) ensuring the integrity and quality of the financial statements, investor reports, notices, etc.
    • Ensure that all activity is undertaken within defined processes
    • Continuously improve the efficiency, control and client service of each process
    • Support the Head of Operations and Client Services on procedural questions
    • Monitor KPIs for designated client portfolio
    • Implement agreed changes to business procedures seeking to confirm good practice across all teams
    • Ensure compliance with local laws, regulation and market best practices

    JOB REQUIREMENTS AND EDUCATION

    • Master’s in Accounting and Finance or similar qualification
    • 7 years + of relevant experience in private equity and/or real estate fund administration in Luxembourg
    • Fluency in English required
    • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint and knowledge of e-Front considered an advantage
    • Good understanding of Luxembourg regulation, compliance, tax and financial engineering
    • Sound knowledge and hands on experience with governing documents, such as LPAs, management and advisory agreements, side letters, etc.
    • Sound knowledge in accounting, administration and audit of private equity funds (including SPVs, securitization vehicles, blockers, parallel structures, etc.), carry vehicles and General Partners).

    SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

    • Proven people management skills, with ability to lead and develop teams
    • Ability to quickly adapt to changes in process and procedures in a rapidly changing environment
    • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Superior problem solving, judgment and decision-making skills
    • Ability to think independently, prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines, ensuring forward planning is in place to meet client requirements
    • Ability to work in team and autonomously
    • Strong management and organisational skills
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