JPMorgan Chase Analyst - Accounting Control Group Trial Balance Analytics Team in Boston, Massachusetts
Team members have the opportunity to move between the Audit and Trial Balance Analytics functions periodically.
Currently we are seeking an Analyst (1-4 years of experience) for the Trial Balance Analytics (TBA) Team .
Perform continuous periodic, analytical, risk-based reviews on funds' general ledger and activity
Produce reconciliations that compare the NAV view of a portfolio against alternative tax and financial reporting views
Generate and validate accounting anomalies that may impact downstream consumers of accounting records
Follow up with internal stakeholders to resolve exceptions that may require correction or justification
Communicate effectively to management and peers around exception findings. Socialize impacts
Develop a strong knowledge of internal systems, operations, and client structures, i.e. various types of portfolios, deliverables, and client specific requirements
Strong analytical, organizational, and time management skills
Team player with the ability to collaborate and work productively within a group and across global teams and departmental lines
Some knowledge of various investment types including fixed income, equities, and derivatives
Attention to detail is a must with ability to consume and organize large volumes of data
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience (1-4 years)
Prior experience in Fund Accounting or Financial Reporting preferred
Experience training other team members preferred
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