Assistant Manager - Fund Administration & Reporting-823120 What is the Assistant Manager - Fund Administration & Reporting responsible for?
The Lead Financial Reporting Analyst would be responsible for handling the areas of Fund Tax, Audit, Financial Statements, Adhoc, Regulatory and Periodic Reporting.
The role of the Lead Financial Reporting Analyst, GFAR, is to support the Supervisor, GFAR to enhance service delivery to the clients of Franklin Templeton Services.
This is achieved through the completion of functional requirements and work assignments that reflects a significant level of technical competence, substantial experience and understanding of Franklin Templeton products, processes and the Indian regulatory and taxation environment.
As an Accountant, the incumbent will demonstrate a strong capacity to engage with business stakeholders internal and external to Franklin Templeton through efficient work practices.
What are the ongoing responsibilities of a Assistant Manager - Fund Administration & Reporting?
Audits Handle Statutory and Regulatory Audits / Inspection. Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the processes / controls and resolution of audit queries.
Co-ordinate effectively with all the stake holders for preparation of Audit Plan and completion of Audit. Assist in seamless closure of statutory and other Audits
Review and Analysis of Financial Statements. Co-ordinate with the GFAR Hyd team for accurate and timely delivery of the Financial Statements
Fund Tax Analyse and evaluate taxation issues. Co-ordination with tax consultants. Ensure all communication from the Income tax department is responded to on a timely and accurate basis
Understanding and Interpretation of Regulatory changes impacting FTS
Ensure that all daily work is performed in accordance with department policy and procedural guidelines
Develop and monitor timetables to cover major reporting functions
Ensure that all month end and fiscal year end activities / reportings are completed accurately, reviewed and provided concerned persons as per required deadlines.
Acknowledge requests and liaise with business partners to ensure external and internal audit requests are completed timely and identified issues are resolved for applicable funds.
Compliances with SEBI regulations & different reporting requirements
Manage and improve day-to-day analysis and reporting
Manage and improve the financial planning process
Evaluating the regulation changes and its impact to the fund
Uses prescribed guidelines or policies in analysing situations
Receives a moderate level of guidance and direction
What ideal qualifications, skills & experience would help someone to be successful? KNOWLEDGE, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE :
This position requires a University degree in accounting or business and a professional qualification in finance, accounting or management (e.g. CPA, CA, ACA, MBA)
At least 5 years post qualification experience in investment management operations, fund administration, audit of mutual funds.
Working knowledge of mutual fund industry regulations is required.
Experience with automated financial and investment management & operations systems.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES :
Strong analytical and organization skills with the ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment.
Ability to engage and foster positive business relationship through efficient delivery of outcomes, collegiate involvement and empathetic appreciation of our clients needs
Ability to multi task and track progress of projects and initiatives
Must be able to meet deadlines
Ability to work independently. Strong attention to detail
Good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to organize and prioritize workflow in a collegiate manner
Takes initiative and demonstrates ability to follow through
Displays client service and customer focus
Knowledge of business desktop applications (i.e. : Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access & Project, Windows, Visio, etc.) required
PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING :
Ability to analyze problems and determine and / or recommend resolutions.
Solves problems of moderate complexity, refers to policies and practices for guidance.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY :
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS :
Some travel may be required within the region (
Accounting / Finance / Audit