Full Time Fund Accountant – Old Mutual Namibia
Old Mutual Namibia is a leading Financial Services Provider. We require a Fund Accountant in our Corporate Segment Business. This role is responsible for creating, verifying and maintaining accounting records for a fund. The incumbent is individually accountable for achieving results through own efforts.
- Conducts investment recons, disbursements and receipting;
- Produces monthly returns and submission of stamp duty and income tax payments to the Receiver of Revenue;
- Prepare and maintain financials in accordance with accounting requirements;
- Prepare reports and payments for submission to NAMFISA;
- Prepare cash flow reports on all schemes and monthly bank reconciliations;
- Prepare monthly reconciliations and follow up on reconciling items;
- Assist in monthly fund accounting processes;
- Ensures compliance of fund to rules and statutes;
- Builds and manages external relationships with clients, NAMFISA, auditors and the Receiver of Revenue;
- Must quickly adapt to a different working environment and be a quick learner;
- Prepare financial statements and manage the external auditors;
- Manage assistant fund accountants including performance management;
- Review work prepared by Assistant Fund Accountants and
- Authorize fund and expenses.
Experience and Qualifications:
- Namibian Citizenship;.
- A relevant degree in Accounting and/or Finance;
- Three to four years’ experience in an accounting environment, preferably Fund Accounting; Computer literate;
- Excellent proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint);
- Must have a strong accounting background;
- Must be analytical, attentive to detail, a self-starter and have the ability to work under pressure; and
- Must be a team player and also be able to work independently.
How to Apply
The company ONLY accept applications vis their career portal. Interested candidates can apply via the link below:Apply online via: Old Mutual Career Portal
Closing Date: 25 November 2023
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