Senior Corporate Accountant M/F


The Senior Corporate Accountant will be a member of our General Partner (GP) team within the Client Services department and report directly to the Senior Manager responsible for the team. The successful candidate will oversee a portfolio of GP to deliver accurate reporting on different timescales (such as trial balance package, consolidation, annual account statements), book operations (income, fees, loan, invoices, recharge, accruals, etc.), ensure a day-to-day follow up for the cash reconciliation and collect, invoice and compute management fees on a quarterly basis. The successful candidate will be responsible for collecting documents to prepare tax returns and VAT declarations and will interact with the service provider.

The Senior Corporate Accountant will have experience in dealing with stakeholders both within the fund accounting department and with clients. Ideally, this experience will have been gained in the private equity fund services industry and will include working knowledge of typical fund/corporate accounting principles.


  • Perform daily cash reconciliations, ensuring transactions are settled in a timely manner
  • Book daily transactions in the internal accounting system within agreed general partner portfolio timescales
  • Monitor and manage outstanding / overdue payments
  • Ensure all supporting documentation is received and filed as per internal procedures
  • Collect/invoice/compute management fees
  • Prepare payments by verifying documentation
  • Liaise with external providers to provide documents supporting the preparation of tax returns 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 trial balance package in accordance, including reconciliation of balance sheet and profit & loss accounts
  • Train team members 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 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 managers attention
  • Review reporting practice and procedures, identifying areas for continuous improvement, and then facilitating change including working closely with both internal and external stakeholders


  • 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


  • 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
  • Have an analytical mind, be agile and flexible.