- Specific/ mandatory skills: Need to be strong in Accounting, MS office, Knowledge on Mutual funds / Capital markets
- Experience range: CA’s are preferred
- Contract duration: 12 months (ongoing)
The Investment Accounting Analyst is accountable for execution of agreed processes and controls. This can include ensuring end-to-end deliverables to the clients for Net Asset Value (NAV)s, financial statements, management accounts, reconciliations, taxation, regulatory (as well as statutory reporting), billing and other support services are met in line with Service Level Agreements. This also includes Operating Memorandum, Key Operating Procedures, Fund documents or other relevant transaction documents as well as agreed Accounting and Valuations policies and in compliance with regulatory requirements and the bank's policies.
The client group includes mainly Mutual Funds/Unit Trust Funds (institutional and retail), Long & Hedge, Life Insurance companies, Discretionary and Non-discretionary Portfolios, Private Equity, Pension/Provident Fund, Fund of Fund (FOF), Special Purpose vehicles (SPVs), Asset Backed Securities (ABS), Collateralized Debt/Loan Obligations (CDOs/CLOs), Repackaged deals, Aircraft leases) and Mandates.
The Investment Accounting Analyst co-ordinates with the clients for daily query resolution and closely works with other functions within Fund Administration, Client Service team, Information Technology, Product Management and Client Solution teams for daily operations, implementing change controls to improve operational efficiency and robust controls. The role also involves working with auditors to ensure a smooth audit process in relation to the financial statements.