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Investor Services Senior Associate

We are looking for a Senior Associate Investor Services Associate for our Harrison, NY(Westchester County) locationResponsibilities Include:
  • Processing and reporting investor transactions including subscriptions, redemptions and transfers and the associated money movement
  • Reviewing and approving Anti-Money Laundering tests pursuant to US and Cayman regulations
  • Reviewing and approving due diligence documents for fund investors
  • Reviewing, understanding and having the ability to discuss governing documents for hedge fund clients
  • Interacting with hedge fund principals and their investors
  • Communicating with internal groups such as accounting, operations, legal and compliance with respect to transaction processing, billing etc.
  • Reviewing the share register database to ensure that all activity is completed accurately and on time
  • Coordinating the set-up of new funds on the share registry system
  • Responding to investor audit related inquiries
  • Providing periodic reports and feedback to Investor Services management on a multitude of investor services topics, client issues and department initiatives
  • Assisting with the training of investor services staff
Skills and Knowledge Desired:
  • Bachelor s degree in Finance or related field
  • 3+ years experience in investor services or related field (financial services/fund administration, corporate communications, portfolio management, or securities analysis) and a strong familiarity with the workings of the capital markets
  • A thorough knowledge of Fund Structures and all aspects of the services provided by an Investor Services Department
  • Knowledge of AML/KYC compliance for US and Cayman
  • Proven ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Solid client relationship management skills


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