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Posted on: 09 March 2023
Robert Half are currently recruiting within the Financial Services sector for an Assistant Fund Accountant in the City of London.
This Assistant Fund Accountant position is for a slick private equity firm based in Mayfair in the City of London.
With it's headquarters in London, as well as offices in Stockholm, Munich, Luxembourg, San Francisco, Shanghai and Madrid, this is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious Assistant Fund Accountant (ideally with private equity experience) to join the high-performing finance team
There is a lot of scope for development within this role and your primary responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to:
To be considered for this Assistant Fund Accountant position in the City of London the following criteria is desirable:
Salary & Benefits
£35,000 - £45,000 + study support + bonus + generous benefits
(Salaries can be fairly flexible and can vary depending on experience)
Interviews will be held virtually and will start ASAP. Please note, the client does not offer sponsorship.
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