Fund Accountant

A fund accountant usually sits within a Fund Administration team and is responsible for preparing and producing accurate reporting for clients, typically including regulatory, statutory, unit pricing, account and tax reports.

Key responsibilities:

  • Provision of reporting to client, including unit pricing, month end report packs, distribution calculations, taxable income calculations and BAS/GST
  • Ensuring that all reporting meets legislative and regulatory requirements
  • Interaction with internal operations and fund administration teams
  • Investigation and resolution of client enquiries and issues

Typical requirements:

  • 2- 4 years’ fund accounting & unit pricing experience
  • Knowledge of tax services
  • Technical accounting ability – knowledge of fund accounting, reporting and related operational risk and compliance requirements
  • System experience: Hi-Portfolio, PControl MS Word & Excel


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