Our client is an international asset management firm with an unparalleled reputation across the Asia Pacific region. With the continued growth of the organization, the need has arisen to recruit a high caliber candidate to join them.
Reponsible for providing strategic insight on multiple fronts to optimise the financial performance of the business. Assume ownership of the validation, review and analysis of the P&L team profitability reporting. Evaluate the need to update booking for Desk-to-Desk sub advisory relationships in either actuals or from a reporting perspective to ensure accurate mapping and representation in profitability views, as well as alignment with sales region source view AUM. Administer and review the in scope / out of scope revenue by fund in support of the Deferred Incentive Plans & annual compensation cycle. Analyze and administer the Cost of Management allocation process for the Asia-based desks, review potential cost savings, and interact with management to ensure accountability on expense plans & forecasts. Collaborate with internal stakeholders to refine, enhance & update the Cost of Management process to ensure an accurate & fair allocation of cost; socialize across Finance any changes or material impacts in the Cost of Management process. Review Headcount reporting, forecasting and support outsourcing & lower cost location feasibility. Review of the regional vs. local costs.
To be considered, you should be a degree holder with Accounting designation, a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in financial industry. Experience in asset management is a plus. Sound interpersonal skills. Solid analytical and technical capability, ability to assimilate/summarize a large amount of information from multiple sources and present in a value-added form for senior management. Essbase and Lawson knowledge (or other complex GL package) would be an asset
Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference eFC3377.
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)