Manager, Investment Accounting Operations
- Career Level
- Not Specified
The Manager of Investment Accounting Operations is responsible for leading a team of investment professionals. Job duties include, performing, overseeing, and reviewing trade activities, trade settlement activities, cash activities, and other investment activities and controls within the investment systems and department.
- Coordinate and manage operational activities for securities and mortgage investment systems.
- Perform investment system set up and review for new securities/derivatives purchased, including corporate action analysis and processing.
- Upload and/or review internal and external cash flows and assumptions for structured and impaired securities.
- Act as a back up to operations staff for cash match, trade settlement, and investment system close activities.
- Provide quality service and effective operational support for all internal and external business partners (trading staff, broker/dealers, custodians, investment reporting and administration).
- Coach and develop staff to broaden their knowledge and drive efficiencies and value added skills.
- Monitor investment holdings and transactions based upon GAAP and Statutory requirements.
- Maintain internal controls over investment operations required by Sarbanes-Oxley legislation.
- Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field or equivalent work experience in investment operations.
- 5+ years' experience in investment operations or trade settlement and previous supervisory or work direction experience required.
- Knowledge of trade settlement practices and procedures.
- Knowledge of securities accounting and reporting required by SEC, NAIC, and IRS rules and regulations.
- Demonstrated ability to actively interface well with a variety of internal and external business partners.
- Strong analytical and research, skills.
- Detail oriented.
- Demonstrated oral and written communication and organizational skills.
- Experience with PAM for Investments, PAM for Mortgages, Microsoft Excel and Access, and Bloomberg a plus.