Fund Controller

Marks Sattin FS
London, United Kingdom
£85k - £100k
16 Nov 2022
16 Dec 2022
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Fund Controller - Private Equity

The chance to develop commercially and technically in a cutting edge, highly regarded, multi-billion AUM alternative asset manager. The firm is experiencing continued high growth driven by an entrepreneurial environment with a great people focused culture.

You will be responsible for the financial control of a large private equity vehicle. The role involves the co-ordination and interaction with deal operations and investment teams, marketing and client relations, tax, fund structuring, and investors.

Primary Responsibilities:

The responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to:
  • Oversight of financial, investor, and regulatory reporting.
  • Oversight of the annual financial statement production across your fund and management of the audit process.
  • Manage the Administrators to ensure financial reporting is accurate and timely and reflects all relevant insight from the wider team.
  • Collaborate with Deal Operations, Tax, and external advisors to manage the funds' flow and investor notices for investments and divestments.
  • Review and understand the detail behind the valuation including liquid as well as illiquid investments and present to the Valuation Committee and GP Boards.
  • Manage portfolio FX hedging and rollovers.
  • Manage Fund cash and liquidity, including bridge facilities, treasury positions and counterparty exposure
  • Monitor the compliance of the Fund LPA and side letter agreements.
  • Manage fund cash & treasury positions, including assisting in developing and monitoring counterparty exposure.
  • Perform ongoing and ad hoc analysis of Fund performance, calculation of Fund IRR's, Carried Interest, and other Fund performance measures.

The ideal candidate will be a qualified accountant or equivalent with experience of private equity, venture capital or closed ended funds within a firm, big4/practice firm or an administrator. Personality wise you should be a strong team player dedicated to excellence whilst being willing to learn new areas and be involved in new projects.