Senior Accountant Private Equity Jobs
Marten Transport Chicago, IL
Job Number: 422510Senior Accountant-Private Equity Funds2-6 years of experience in Accounting with a focus on private equity/financial servicesExposure to capital calls, closed-end funds, mezzanine financing, debt financing, waterfalls,rebalancing is idealReconciliations of cash and positions, processing of capital activity, and accrualsAnalyze and review joint venture structures and underlying as...
Robert Half San Francisco, CA
Salary $75,000.00 to $85,000.00 per year Description Exciting opportunity to join one of the most prominent private equity firms globally. The firm, with 16 years of experience and $25B of capital raised to date, this Senior Accountant position would support the firms internal accounting department. Responsibilities: -Review and disseminate monthly performance report statements to investors. ...
Northern Trust Chicago, IL
Requisition Number 048320 Job Description Private Equity Fund Administration (PEFA) provides third-party clients with comprehensive administration, financial accounting, and investor reporting services for their funds. Fund products supported include venture capital, buyout, mezzanine, life sciences, secondaries, fund of funds. Services include assistance with investment and divestment executio...
Robert Half Stamford, CT
Salary $70,000.00 to $85,000.00 per year Description Private Equity Senior Accountant (Work / Life Balance) Expanding Private Equity firm located in Greenwich, CT seeks an experience accounting professional to join their finance team. The position is the right hand to the controller and assists with financials, valuation and deal funding. The firm has superb benefits and a generous bonus payou...
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