CFO

New
  • Location
    Chicago, Illinois
  • Category:
    Accounting & Finance - Accountant - Financial
  • Job Type:
    Direct Hire
  • Job reference:
    US_EN_8_842887_2739689
  • Salary:
    $ 100000 - $ 300000

To apply to this position you must email your resume directly to Andria Kozak at Andria.Kozak@parkerlynch.com

 

In the subject line of your email type “CFO – NYC”

 

Our client is an alternatives investment advisor with offices in Chicago and NYC. The are looking to hire a CFO in their NYC office reporting to a Director here in Chicago.  This is a “step up” position for someone who is currently an Accounting Manager, Controller, or Assistant Controller and seeking that CFO position.

 

The successful candidate will be responsible for all financial reporting aspects of the firm’s U.S. private infrastructure debt platform including overseeing the out-sourced fund administration function for all platform vehicles, ensuring timely and accurate completion of vehicle financial statements, liaising with third service providers and interfacing with current and potential investors on information requests. 

 

Duties:

Maintains strong cross-functional relationships, consistent communication and cooperation with the FAO, Infrastructure Debt, Treasury, COO, Marketing, Legal  and other groups to support department and company initiatives

Primary contact and reviewer of all platform vehicles which includes reviewing quarterly close packages, reviewing quarterly/annual reports, coordination and review of annual audit reports, review of quarterly regulatory filings, coordination and review of tax returns and review of quarterly consultant reports as required.

Review monthly and quarterly client reporting deliverables (i.e. client statements, distribution notices, etc.) prepared by the fund administrator and coordinate delivery to the Client Advisory Group for distribution to investors and posting to the client portal

Coordination of fund level finance facility compliance program including coordination of borrowing/payoffs and reviewing financial debt covenants

Manage fund level compliance with European Risk Retention regulations

Interacts with external contacts including the Fund Administrator, auditors, tax advisors, legal counsel, fiduciary services providers and other third party service providers

Manages Board Book completion including setting the agenda and preparing various meeting presentations

Prepares cash projections, forecast, fund level budgets and process distributions

Monitor cash balance and coordinate all expense payments with fund administrator

Coordination of trade documentation and settlement

Monitor individual debt position as well as overall vehicle level performance

Review, approve and forecast advisory and incentive fees

Assists Portfolio Management team with preparing and reviewing annual investment plan

Coordinate, complete and review RFI, RFP and other client/consultant information requests

Participate in ad-hoc investor or potential investor meetings

Experience Required:

Four-year college degree required with a concentration in accounting or related business field

Minimum 10 years experience in accounting and/or financial services position

CPA strongly preferred

Experience with accounting for CLOs, debt investments and master/feeder vehicle structures preferred

Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills

Excellent organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously