Accounting Manager

Overview We are actively recruiting for an Accounting Manager to join our Philadelphia area based Accounting Team.  Our business is global in scope with a business model crossing Trading, Research, Private Equity and Venture Capital. This translates to a highly complex structure of entities that flow through to our parent company.    Your role on our team places you directly at the intersection of our various lines of business, preparing and reviewing financial packages that leveraged by the executive management team to make business decisions every day.  Your role will be key in certifying the accuracy of these financial packages, reviewing them and analyzing variances that may arise month over month and year over year.  You'll be involved in complex roll-ups of our various GLs, global financial consolidations and in ensuring accurate and complete financialreporting.  Through it all, you will gain in-depth exposure to our business and the various products that make up each business entity, building your expertise across a variety of securities and investments.   In this role, you will: Partner with Accountants to obtain information necessary to develop and maintain consolidated general ledgers Manage financialreporting and audits  Prepare and review consolidated financial packages Contract our Recruiter directly to learn more! Erin Cofone erin.cofone@sig.com  What we're looking for Minimum of 5-7 years of supervisory or review experience within public and/or corporate accounting   Demonstrated experience with developing and maintaining consolidated financials required Knowledge of purchase accounting standards & guidance  required Experience working with General Ledger platforms required, MS Great Plains preferred Advanced knowledge of Excel required Bachelor's degree in Accountingrequired We don't post salary ranges externally so any salary estimate you see listed here was not provided by SIG and may not be accurate. 2018-3946
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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