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Company is looking to expand their team to satisfy the needs of our growing client base. Company is built on collaboration, teamwork and integrity. Our employees pursue excellence and always strive to do the right thing. We invest in our employees, clients and partner relationships, as well as, in the technology and resources necessary to remain competitive, working in a competitive environment that inspires innovation.
The Operational Due Diligence team at Company performs comprehensive operational reviews of private market investments that the firm is considering for client portfolios as well as performs ongoing operational oversight of existing investments. The Deal Manager is responsible for leading deal teams on assigned investment opportunities and ensuring completion of the firm’s operational diligence processes.
In addition, the Deal Manager also performs the day to day management of the firm’s portfolio compliance risk management (PCRM) services. These services include developing the annual testing programs for each client, reviewing the testing completed by team members, and ensuring the testing is completed and delivered to the client base.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operational Due Diligence
Lead the operational assessment of primary fund opportunities
Lead meetings and discussions with investment managers
Manage the completion of due diligence reports for discussion with the ODD team and management as well as internal constituents
Review background checks provided by third parties and address findings with internal teams and investment sponsors
Perform ongoing monitoring of investments, including analyzing fund financial statements and investment activity, to ensure compliance with partnership agreements
Perform ongoing monitoring of manager ADV filings and other publicly available information
Evaluate and negotiate limited partnerships agreements with internal counsel to ensure operational issues are adequately addressed as needed
Participate in interviewing, hiring, and training of junior employees
Developing market intelligence and industry best practice by liaising with fund managers, fund administrators, and external auditors to identify possible process enhancements
Keeping abreast of market developments, industry trends and regulatory matters that could impact private equity managers
Oversight of the completion and oversight of the firm’s portfolio compliance reporting & monitoring services
Design various financial metric tests to ensure accuracy of client’s records
Perform and review testing of client’s financial records
Interact with, and present findings to, clients
Participate in the marketing of services to prospective clients
Minimum of 3 years direct operational due diligence in the alternative investment industry and preferably 1 year leading operational due diligence meetings with investment managers
Thorough understanding of investment company financial statements and other standard private markets related reporting
CPA, CAIA, or CFA desired
Knowledge of the private equity industry
Background analyzing the operational risks within private equity funds or other relevant background e.g. Big 4 audit firm with a focus on asset management clients
Dynamic, smart, hard-working, self-starter attributes and an ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management both internally and externally
Understanding of risk management methodologies
Strong verbal and written communications skills
Must be detail oriented, organized and possess strong analytical skills with an interest and ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) Other Requirements /FunctionsAssist with other duties and special projects as needed
Flexibility to travel up to 25%
We offer a competitive salary, annual discretionary bonus and a comprehensive benefits package which includes: Medical, Prescription, Dental, Paid Time Off, 401k plan, Life and Disability Insurances, Tuition Reimbursement, Employee Stock Purchase Program, Health Club Reimbursement and Flexible Spending Accounts.
Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, domestic partner status, or medical condition. As a registered investment adviser, employees of Company may be subject to certain limitations on political contribution and personal investment activities.
Please note that in the event that you are hired by Company, you, your spouse or any other dependent family member living in your household will need to comply with Company's Personal Securities Transactions Policy and the trade pre-clearance process per Company's Code of Ethics. It is your responsibility to ensure that you and your household members are able to comply with this policy. Examples of the restrictions that could be placed on your activities include, but are not limited to, a requirement to pre-clear all transactions prior to execution, the inability to transact in certain securities or classes of securities and other restrictions. A copy of our Code of Ethics is available upon request. Please note that having a personal trading account will not prohibit you from being employed by Company.
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