Senior Investment AccountantTIAA-CREF Individual & Institutional Services, LLC - Charlotte, NC
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The Derivatives Accounting and Reporting team is responsible for the investment accounting and reporting for TIAA’s derivative programs. Combined, the portfolio accounted for and reported on is approximately $18 billion Notional across various derivative types. The group is seeking a Senior Investment Accountant to lead the daily, monthly and quarterly accounting and reporting for the team.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Perform month-end close process, cash reconciliations, journal entries, and associated account reconciliations
Perform internal and external financial reporting for derivative products owned by TIAA and its affiliates
Utilize technology and enterprise resource tools to streamline various accounting and reporting processes
Develop relationships with business partners across securities accounting, mortgage accounting, middle office and trading desk, corporate tax, risk management, regulatory reporting and investment reporting to ensure accurate processing and reporting for derivative products
Stays informed of accounting and industry developments. Applies technical knowledge to ensure workload is completed within the guidelines set by standard setters and regulators
Perform ad-hoc reporting to fulfill requests from business partners
Required Skills, Degree(s), Certification(s) and/or License(s):
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
5 years of basic knowledge of accounting for various types of derivative instruments
Ability to analyze financial data and transactions to ensure appropriate data integrity and reporting
Produce a work product that is clear, organized, accurate, and performed within often aggressive timelines
Ability to conduct research on new derivative products and industry developments and communicate the potential impact on business operations
A basic understanding of capital markets and investments
Previous financial services experience
Preferred Skills, Degree(s), Certification(s) and/or License(s):
CPA or CPA eligible
Derivatives accounting and reporting experience
Superior communication skills, both oral and written
Thorough analytical skills
Superior problem solving and decision making skills with limited guidance from management
Previous experience with ePAM, Murex, PeopleSoft, and/or Oracle Business Intelligence Tools
Prior Statutory (SSAP) and GAAP knowledge for derivatives and securities is a plus, but must be able to effectively analyze, interpret, and apply relevant guidance, as necessary
Possess the ability and drive to become a subject matter expert in the field of derivative accounting and reporting
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