Private Equity/Real Estate NAV Accountant - CDI - M/F
Société Générale Securities Services
May 18, 2018
You have a Bac+2/3 degree in Finance;
You have a proven experience of 3-5 years in PE/RE activities;
You can work in English (French or German being an advantage) ;
Ability to work under pressure and respect cut offs;
You are proactive and can work in a team.
Mission Société Générale Securities Services (SGSS), the Securities business line of Société Générale Group, is one of the main Administration and Custody actors for mutual funds in Luxembourg. We offer a complete range of services for institutional clients: liquidity management, compensation, depositary and conservation services, funds administration and asset servicing, transfer agent and issuer services.
Profile In the context of new clients acquisitions, and expansion of the Private Equity and Real Estate dedicated activity, we are looking to reinforce our teams with an Experienced Private Equity/Real Estate Fund Accountant. Main responsibilities:
Record keeping :
The accountant is responsible for the recording of all operations in the accounting system, this includes but is not limited to
The number of shares in issue after receiving operations from the Transfer Agent and any related equalization;
The portfolio by integrating sell and purchase orders ;
The accruals in relation to income and expenses;
The Cash accounts by integrating operations received from the counterparties;
Net Asset Value Production :
The accountant initiates the process of accounting and NAV calculation; He ensures the reconciliation is made between Asset Management and Accounting counterparts.
Net Asset Value Control :
The accountant must proceed to calculate the NAV following all relevant procedures and checklists.
Reporting and periodic duties :
The accountant initiates the periodic valuations process and generates the reporting, both regulatory and client specific.
Evolution The successful candidate can expect to work in a dynamic environment which is both challenging and rewarding in a long-established financial institution in Luxembourg