PGIM, the global investment management businesses of Prudential Financial Inc., is one of the world’s leading money managers. With offices in 16 countries and over $1 trillion in assets under management, clients rely on our risk management expertise, intellectual capital and creative solutions to realize their investment objectives. We are passionate about delivering investment returns for our clients and dedicated to our greatest asset – our people.
At PGIM Investments, we consider it a great privilege and responsibility to help investors participate in opportunities across the global markets while meeting their toughest investment challenges. We offer a diversified suite of actively managed funds across a broad spectrum of asset classes and investment styles, with over $95 billion in assets under management.
This is a managerial position in the mutual fund financial reporting team. The position includes managing the mutual fund financial reporting cycle and closely working with the accounting agent as well as auditors. Responsible for reviewing mutual fund quarterly, semi-annual and annual financial statements, including review of Form N-1A, Form N-CSR and all related financial statement disclosures and accounting matters. The manager role also includes but is not limited to review and oversight of expense accruals, accounting pronouncements, derivatives and affiliated transactions. The manager will be expected to communicate with various internal & external associates and vendors. Strong financial statement and accounting knowledge is required.
• Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting and CPA preferred?
• 2-3 years-experience as a Manager working within mutual fund financial reporting?
• 5+ years-experience in GAAP accounting and SEC reporting requirements
• Knowledge of the Investment Company ACT of 1940?
• Solid knowledge of equity, fixed income and derivative instruments?
• Good communication skills, both oral and written?
• Project Management experience ?
• Strong Analytical skills ?
• Strong Excel knowledge?