Assistant Controller

New York, NY

Job Description

  •  Maintain detailed budget and performance analysis for firm’s management company, enabling leadership to make key spending decisions in areas such as hiring. 
  • Serve as lead point of contact for fund administrator. 
  • Review quarterly fund financial statements prepared by the fund administrator. 
  • Review annual tax workbooks and K-1s prepared by the fund’s tax preparer. 
  • Serve as lead point of contact for the firm’s third party audit and tax firms. 
  • Oversee billing and invoice management, ensuring accuracy and timeliness in processing invoices and payments. 
  • Monitor and manage expense management and reimbursement processes, ensuring compliance with company policies. 
  • Manage fund expense allocations accurately and efficiently. 
  • Oversee payroll processes, ensuring accuracy and compliance with regulatory requirements. 
  • Manage wiring of investments and act as audit control for disbursements. 
  • Use Foresight, portfolio management platform, to survey portfolio companies and gather company metrics for quarterly portfolio review. The Controller will leverage Foresight to assist with providing fund data for LP reporting and other portfolio-related data/analysis requests. 
  • Work with external counsel to implement firm compliance procedures that are appropriate for an Exempt Reporting Adviser (ERA). 
  • Serve as lead point of contact for finance requests from Limited Partners. 
  • Any other duties as assigned by General Partners/senior management. 



  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related analytical field. CPA is preferred. 
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in financial reporting or tax roles with a strong interest in FP&A and budgeting. 
  • From a VC/PE fund, may be open to public accounting tax background. 
  • Advanced accounting/financial modeling skills to make accurate calculations, estimates, and forecasts (with a strong attention to detail). 
  • Familiarity with computing and analysis of investment returns, particularly TVPI, IRR, and DPI. 
  • Experienced in financing reporting, partnership taxation, and management company operations. 
  • Proficiency in financial software and Microsoft Office Suite. 
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. 
  • Ability to work independently, self-starter, collaborate effectively, and can run from beginning to end with robust projects. 
  • Very strong communication skills, both written and verbal. This includes ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, management, and the firm’s stakeholders about the finances of the business and justify certain financial recommendations. 


Venture Capital


$125,000 - $150,000

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