Overview of the Firm
Partners Capital is a $30B private investment office which provides investment management services to charitable endowments and foundations, pension funds, and family offices. Whilst we have a global reach with offices in London, Paris, New York, Boston, San Francisco, Singapore and Hong Kong, we retain an entrepreneurial and collegiate culture.
We were founded in 2001 to provide our clients with a long-term, multi-asset class, multi-manager investment approach, similar to the one pioneered by David Swenson, Head of Yale University’s Endowment Investment Office. To this end, we invest across the broad asset class spectrum, which includes well-known strategies such as Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Real Estate as well as more esoteric opportunities such as litigation finance, retro reinsurance and life settlements. Whilst we largely invest through funds, we also regularly co-invest alongside our managers.
We have never operated so-called ‘in house funds’, and therefore remain free from the conflicts of interest inherent in the business models of more traditional investment managers and private banks. We are proud of this independence, as well as our track record of outperformance, the sophistication of our clients, and the longevity of our relationships with them.
The ideal candidate will be a graduate, with strong mathematical, organisational and logical skills. They will preferably have 12 months experience in a finance role. They must be focused on becoming an accounting professional, and expecting to sit ACCA / CIMA qualifications.
The candidate should have strong Excel skills (this will be tested in interview) and knowledge of Sage or another accounting programme would be beneficial.
Candidates must have GCSE Maths or Science and have achieved at least an A grade. They must also have at least a 2:1 degree from a reputable university.
Candidates will be expected to interact across all areas and levels of the business and a mature and responsible attitude is required. They will also be dealing with sensitive information and are expected to be able to maintain confidentiality.
The ideal candidate will be driven to learn and acquire new skills. A can-do attitude is essential as well as the ability to work as part of a team, and a desire to contribute.
Will amongst other things, take responsibility for:
- Input of accounting data including journal entries, supplier and customer invoices
- Organisation and maintenance of accounting records
- Preparation of customer and group internal invoices
- Credit control and supplier reconciliations
- Assistance with regulatory returns
- Maintenance of the firm’s employee expenses system including the processing of expenses
- Assisting with UK, FR, US, SG and HK Audits
- Bank reconciliations
- Other ad-hoc tasks
The salary and bonus is competitive depending on experience and qualifications. Study support is provided for your professional accounting qualification.
Please send a CV and cover letter through to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line "Finance Associate"