When you join Hines, you will work alongside innovative leaders who set the standards responsible for our reputation as an industry leader today, and you’ll be a part of shaping our future in the years to come.
As a Fund Accountant with Hines, you will ensure the accuracy and propriety of all financial data and reports maintained and prepared for projects, funds and their entities and shall provide the Senior Fund Accountant or Assistant Controller with quarterly and year-end reporting packs, for consolidation.
Where appropriate and as agreed with the Controller, the Fund Accountant will be trained in consolidation techniques. You will work in a strong team environment where communication and team work are critical.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to :
Review quarterly / annual Luxembourg tier entity consolidation reporting packs received from service providers
Prepare annual Luxembourg tier entity statutory financial statements (Lux GAAP)
Review quarterly / annually entity operating budgets received from the project teams
Review and analyze monthly project draw requests and prepare the Global Draw
Assist in the preparation of regular liquidity reports for the Fund(s)
Coordination with external suppliers such as legal advisors, auditors and accounting service provider
Prepare Luxembourg regulatory reporting as may be required
Assist with the preparation of the capital calls and distribution notices for the investors
Assist with the preparation and calculation of Fund level fees
Prepare and / or review of accounting entries and data entry for Luxembourg tier entities and ensure the completeness of the bookings
Prepare and / or review of monthly bank reconciliations
Maintain general ledger chart of accounts for entities to ensure completeness, accuracy and consistency
Prepare and reconcile inter-company accounts
Run month end closing procedures
Quarterly upload of the Luxembourg tier trial balances to the consolidation software
Prepare information requested by the auditors and promptly answer queries for audits, as needed
Notify auditors of potential audit issues, material transactions which occurred during fiscal year, and any subsequent events.
Minimum Requirements include :