Private Equity Associate, Operations Analyst
Location:New York, NY
Salary:$90K - 100K (DOE)
Visa Sponsor:No
Language:English: Business Level
International Asset management company seeks a Private Equity Associate, Operations Analyst.

Functional Title: Operations Analyst
Corporate Title: Associate
Department: Alternatives, Private Equity
Reports To: Head of Private Equity
Overtime Eligible (Y /N): N
Position Summary:
Serve as primary contact for operations of Private Equity fund of Funds (FoF) and serve as a liaison between other investment
offices (Tokyo and London), senior team members, and investor(s) to facilitate investment.
Essential Duties/Function:
• Collaborate with senior team members, global investment offices, FoF administrators and Investors to set up
FoF vehicles. Responsibilities include review and interpretation of legal documentation and guidelines,
establish internal procedures and ensure their enforcement, identify and suggest areas of improvement,
collaborate with potential investors in due diligence activity, negotiating with administrators, etc.
• Review communications from external fund managers regarding payables and receivables, enter the cash flow
information into systems.
• Manage cash balances of the funds under management. Process cash movement as needed to resolve any
potential cash shortage.
• Generate performance reports by uploading cash flow and valuation data into the system and analyze the
outputs for reasonableness and accuracy.
• Collaborate with the investment team and other global offices to manage the overall process of quarterly fund
• Liaise with external parties including FoF administrators and GPs to independently resolve ad-hoc issues
related to FoF operations.
• Collaborate with senior team members to automate and/or update processes wherever possible by leveraging
external vendors and IT team.
• Miscellaneous projects or duties as assigned.

• Bachelor’s degree in Finance/Accounting/Business/other related field or equivalent work experience required.
• 2-5 years of work experience in corporate middle/back office, fund administration and/or long-term project
management is required.
• Strong command of MS Office software, including advanced Excel skills.
• Outstanding interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills required; a fast learner with ability to excel
in a highly collaborative global team.
• Ability to work before and after standard business hours as required to attend video/conference call meetings
with Japan.
• Detail oriented, pro-active and able to manage multiple tasks to deadlines with minimal supervision.
• Must be a flexible team player able to adapt to change.
• Fluency in English is required.