Asset Management, Legal Entity Controller, Analyst/Associate Asset Management, Legal Entity Controller,  …

in Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Permanent, Full time
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in Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Asset Management, Legal Entity Controller, Analyst/Associate
J.P. Morgan Asset Management is a leading asset manager for individuals, advisors and institutions. Our investment professionals are located around the world, providing strategies that span the full spectrum of asset classes.

The Asset Management finance team based in Singapore supports the finance functions for asset management business in South East Asia, Australia and India. The team is currently looking for a highly motivated individual to join us and the candidate can expect a comprehensive role that encompasses financial control, regulatory, tax and management reporting.

Key responsibilities:

• Involve in the month end legal entity control processes to ensure accurate and proper close of the books and records for the Singapore, Australia and India asset management legal entities
• Involve in the monthly general ledger certification and substantiation process
• Work closely with the Regional MIS team in HK on financial planning and analysis processes such as monthly Flash vs Actual reporting and reviewing outlook revenue and expenses
• Assist in the regulatory, tax and management reporting such as:
- risk-based capital calculations for Singapore entities and Australian Financial Services License (AFSL) monitoring to ensure regulatory requirements are met
- regulatory and statistical surveys such as MAS Quarterly Income and Expenditure reporting
- monthly withholding and GST reporting for India legal entities
- quarterly corporate tax calculations and GST filing
- asset under management reporting for Singapore and Australia legal entities
• Support the annual statutory and tax audits in Singapore, Australia and India
• Support the preparation of meeting materials for various location management committee meetings and regional finance control committee
• Participate in new business or corporate initiatives and projects

• A bachelor's degree in Accounting or equivalent
• 4 - 7 years of relevant work experience from a major financial institution or Big 4 accounting firm
• Strong analytical skills and ability to think broadly and make connections between diverse issues and tasks
• Effective communication skills and ability to build strong working relationships with global counterparts
• Meticulous and strong control awareness
• Committed, proactive and demonstrates initiative to drive better workflow efficiency
• Strong team player