The Fund Accountant plays an important role in supporting the service delivery of the Fund Administration team. As part of the team the Fund Accountant will be assigned to specific Clients, who are either Asset Managers or Asset Owners.
The Fund Accountant will be responsible for the daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and year end deliverables for those clients.
The Fund Accountant prepares and produces accurate and quality reporting in line with SLA targets.
and · Resolution of client and or interdepartmental issues and ad hoc queries All reports generated should be of a standard consistent with policies and meet legislative requirements.
The Fund Accountant calculates / produces BAS / GST, distributions, taxable income computations and tax returns on behalf of clients.
As such they must have sound numeracy and analytical ability and they are capable and pro-active in problem solving and resolution.
They gain satisfaction through completing quality work and finalising tasks to required timelines.Fund Accountants may have direct client contact as they are responsible for the accurate and timely delivery of Client reports in accordance with SLA’s.
This can include unit pricing, month end report packs, distribution calculations, taxable income calculation and BAS / GST once reports have been verified as correct.
Their role also comprises substantial inter-departmental contact and as such they require excellent interpersonal ability.
They have a service ethic and a quality focus applied in the way they operate and the work they produce. As required, they investigate and assist with adhoc queries.
They consider and meet operational risk and compliance requirements in their work preparation and they maintain relevant compliance records.
They contribute to building and sustaining client relationships by supporting the efforts of the Account Managers, Client Services Managers and the broader team.
They are motivated to achieve individual and team goals and to growing their technical ability and knowledge. They do this through participation in on-the job training and education, remaining aware of policy and regulatory change.
They share their knowledge freely. They also ensure their technical development is current through ongoing study or participation in industry groups.