Job #639: Director of Private Fund Administration - New York, NY (10-9-17)

  • Job Title: Director of Private Fund Administration
  • Location: New York, NY
  • Salary: Open

Job Description:

Pinnacle Associates, Ltd. is a leading independent registered investment adviser that manages approximately $6 billion dollars in client assets. Pinnacle has been providing investment advisory services to affluent individuals and institutions for over 30 years. The firm is also the investment manager to four moderate-sized private funds, and is seeking an upbeat, motivated and experienced professional to act as the firm’s Director of Private Fund Administration.


  • Manage the full-life cycle of the fund administration process including fund reconciliation and valuation, prepare monthly and quarterly fund and investor statements, monitor and book fund expenses, manage capital withdrawals and contributions, calculate management fees, maintain fund journal entries and books and records, onboard new investors, prepare tax related documents and Schedule K-1s, coordinate with the funds’ custodians and broker-dealers and other standard fund administration functions
  • Interface with the firm’s Portfolio Managers and other investment professionals regarding fund investments, as well as fund investors on ad-hoc requests and inquiries to ensure investors have an exceptional client experience
  • Work with the firm’s independent accountants on standard quarterly and annual fund administration and audit matters
  • Ensure all fund regulatory filing deadlines are met (i.e., Form D and blue sky filings)
  • Provide accounting and finance support on non-fund matters to the firm’s Finance Department

Attributes & Qualifications:

  • Degree in Accounting, Finance or equivalent required
  • Extensive experience with private fund accounting, preferably with fund managers who are RIAs
  • Strong technical skills and working knowledge of fund administration and portfolio management software (preferably experience with Advent Partner, Advent APX, Quickbooks or equivalent)
  • General knowledge of financial instruments including stocks
  • Ability to think outside of the box and solve unexpected problems
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to converse effectively with colleagues, clients and business partners
  • Ability to work effectively as a team player, demonstrate an overall positive attitude in the workplace and act as a cultural leader for the firm

Interested candidates should contact Scott Brown at: Please mention that you are a member of EisnerAmper's Friends of the Firm program.