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Fund Controller

Reference :
LG
Sector :
Finance
Job Role :
Private Equity / Real Estate / Asset Management
Salary :
€50,000 to €60,000 Per Annum
Benefits :
Lunch Vouchers + Discretionary Bonus + annual training allowance
Town/City :
Luxembourg
Contract Type :
Permanent

Role definition

• Responsible for the accounting, cash management and compliance for several companies’ part of the Investment fund in close collaboration with his/her manager;

• Responsible for quarterly / yearly fund reporting, in close collaboration with his/her direct team members; 

• Prepares (consolidated) financial statements and supports the team during statutory audits;

• Ensures all reporting activities adhere to relevant external and internal requirements;

• Responsible for fund flow management and thereby closely works together with his/her manager and other stakeholders of the investment fund;

• Responsible for invoice recording, digital approval and payment process (OCR);

• Ensures compliance with law and regulations (including tax regulations, filing tax returns and other requirements).

• Builds relationships, liaises and communicates with internal and external parties such as auditors, tax advisors and stakeholders of the investment fund;

 

The candidate:

• Bachelor or Master degree in Accountancy, Controlling, Business Administration and/or Finance;

• 2-3 years relevant work experience at a larger audit firm or at a financial services company, within an international work environment;

• Experience in preparing financial statements and knowledge of bookkeeping practices;

• Knowledge of Luxembourg GAAP. Knowledge of other generally accepted accounting practices is an asset.

• Takes responsibility and ownership;

• Strong analytical skills;

• Attention to detail and accuracy;

• Result driven, able to define priorities and meet deadlines;

• Able to work in a team as well as autonomously;

• Is fluent in English, verbally and in writing. Knowledge of the German language is a strong advantage. Any other language, such as French, will be an asset.