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Tikehau Capital Advisors
in Paris, Île-de-France, Frankreich
Praktika / Traineestellen, Vollzeit
Seien Sie der erste Bewerber
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Tikehau Capital Advisors
in Paris, Île-de-France, Frankreich
Praktika / Traineestellen, Vollzeit
Seien Sie der erste Bewerber
.
Tikehau Capital is an asset management and investment group with €23.4 bn of assets under management and shareholders’ equity of €3.1 bn (as at 30 June 2019). The Group invests in various asset classes (private debt, real estate, private equity and liquid strategies), including through its asset management subsidiaries, on behalf of institutional and private investors. Controlled by its managers, alongside leading institutional partners, Tikehau Capital employs more than 480 staff (as at 30 June 2019) in its Paris, London, Brussels, Madrid, Milan, Luxembourg, New York, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo offices.

Missions:
 

The Financial department is instrumental in monitoring and reporting of the performance of the company and supporting its growth. You will answer to the financial controller and have for principal missions:

  • Review quarterly reporting about the different funds of Tikehau Capital subsidiaries
  • Realise the automation of these reporting
  • Participate to the writing of the constitution process of the reporting
  • Upload and develop our reporting instruments (eFront, IntrfaLinks…)
  • Participate to the forecast, funds’ budget and turnover procedures
  • Control the coherence of accounting and controlling reporting
  • Assist the controlling manager in the recurrent tasks of the department

By joining Tikehau Capital, you will have the opportunity to work in a dynamic environment with a strong entrepreneurial spirit and ambitious culture.

Profile:

  • University or Business School degree
  • Knowledge of investment funds
  • Good writing and analytic skills
  • Knowledge of French accounting
  • Fluent in French and English
  • Ability to summarize
  • Rigorous, autonomous and sense of priority
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