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fund accounting - associate / sr.associate.

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    HI Candidates ,  
    Private Equity and Special Opportunities / Special Situations businesses.
    • Ensure process and procedures are adequate to meet quality standards and are consistently applied and
    regularly reviewed.
    • Work with and liaise with internal resources (primarily colleagues in the U.S.), external fund
    administrators, and external auditors to meet all monthly, quarterly and annual reporting deadlines.
    • Perform monthly and quarterly close processes, including review work of external administrators, along
    with producing original workpapers and analyses.
    • Review and/or reperform quarterly and annual GAAP financial statements and footnote disclosures for
    multiple funds as well as capital account summaries for limited partners.
    • Review and/or reperform calculation of management fees and complex waterfall calculations.
    • Produce cash flow projections and analyze daily cash management, including activity on credit lines,
    expected settlement timing of purchases and sales, and timing of capital calls and capital distributions.
    • Monitor compliance with the Fund’s Limited Partnership Agreements and credit facilities, including the
    preparation or review of compliance reporting.
    • Prepare and assist with ad-hoc limited partner reporting, analyst and front-office requests, working in
    conjunction with colleagues in Los Angeles to ensure timely response to our investors
    • Assist with preparation of information provided to tax team for quarterly tax estimates and annual
    returns.
    • Review and approval of expense activity
    • Actively work on continuous improvement as we work to build out our new Ares India office.  General Requirements:
    • Big-4 public accounting experience strongly preferred
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced, high growth environment; excited about working in a start-up
    environment with the backing and infrastructure of a well-established industry leader
    • Excited about team building
    • Strong communication skills will be important; ability to analyze and summarize complex information
    both verbally and in writing with colleagues in the United States
    • Ability to assist in managing several third-party relationships (outside administrators; custodians)
    • Strong problem-solving and analytical skills; ability to multi-task and manage various deadlines
    • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills; attention to detail and timelines required
    • Knowledge of private equity structures, fixed income securities, debt instruments, alternative
    investments, securitization, or other investment products preferred
    • Experience with certain systems (Advent Geneva; Investran; Black Mountain) experience a plus;
    requires day to day use of Excel (with advanced skills in Excel being a plus)  
    HI Candidates ,  
    Private Equity and Special Opportunities / Special Situations businesses.
    • Ensure process and procedures are adequate to meet quality standards and are consistently applied and
    regularly reviewed.
    • Work with and liaise with internal resources (primarily colleagues in the U.S.), external fund
    administrators, and external auditors to meet all monthly, quarterly and annual reporting deadlines.
    • Perform monthly and quarterly close processes, including review work of external administrators, along
    with producing original workpapers and analyses.
    • Review and/or reperform quarterly and annual GAAP financial statements and footnote disclosures for
    multiple funds as well as capital account summaries for limited partners.
    • Review and/or reperform calculation of management fees and complex waterfall calculations.
    • Produce cash flow projections and analyze daily cash management, including activity on credit lines,
    expected settlement timing of purchases and sales, and timing of capital calls and capital distributions.
    • Monitor compliance with the Fund’s Limited Partnership Agreements and credit facilities, including the
    preparation or review of compliance reporting.
    • Prepare and assist with ad-hoc limited partner reporting, analyst and front-office requests, working in
    conjunction with colleagues in Los Angeles to ensure timely response to our investors
    • Assist with preparation of information provided to tax team for quarterly tax estimates and annual
    returns.
    • Review and approval of expense activity
    • Actively work on continuous improvement as we work to build out our new Ares India office.  General Requirements:
    • Big-4 public accounting experience strongly preferred
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced, high growth environment; excited about working in a start-up
    environment with the backing and infrastructure of a well-established industry leader
    • Excited about team building
    • Strong communication skills will be important; ability to analyze and summarize complex information
    both verbally and in writing with colleagues in the United States
    • Ability to assist in managing several third-party relationships (outside administrators; custodians)
    • Strong problem-solving and analytical skills; ability to multi-task and manage various deadlines
    • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills; attention to detail and timelines required
    • Knowledge of private equity structures, fixed income securities, debt instruments, alternative
    investments, securitization, or other investment products preferred
    • Experience with certain systems (Advent Geneva; Investran; Black Mountain) experience a plus;
    requires day to day use of Excel (with advanced skills in Excel being a plus)