This impressive small family office is looking to attract a talented Fund Administrator to join their in-house investment team to cover maternity. This role will work in a varied capacity responsible for providing support to the Chief Investment Officer in the administration of funds managed on behalf of this prominent family office.
Covering maternity leave, you will work as the sole Fund Administrator, working in a varied role requiring prior experience of delivery of investment administration services specifically investment performance reporting, investment execution and custodian management.
Your investment performance reporting experience will include producing monthly performance reporting and the collation of external investment manager reports, preparation of ad-hoc performance analysis to include asset classes and producing external benchmark comparisons. Additional responsibilities will include reconciling the performance reports to custodian statements and management accounts.
For Investment Execution, your experience will include following through on investment decisions ensuring accurate and timely execution by brokers and custodians. You will be responsible for managing transactions during the life of an investment to include but not limited to, capital calls, returns of capital for example. Working in a standalone role, it is essential candidates are familiar with KYC compliance and KYC documentation and will have a detailed understanding of the full investment life cycle through to settlement.
Advanced computer skills such as Excel to include complex lookups, pivot tables, macros to include VBA & SQL are necessary, as is prior experience of automating operational processes.
This is an exceptional and rare opportunity which will require candidates to come from either a similar sized family office, and investment management or a custodian banking environment. Candidates will have a degree within a financial related discipline, or an accounting qualification coupled with industry qualification such as IMC