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Neuberger Berman Fund Controller in New York, New York


Private Equity is a rapidly growing group within Neuberger Berman with over $55 billion of investor commitments across our private equity fund of funds, secondary investments, co-investment and direct investment areas. The Alternatives Finance Group acts as an intermediary between the private equity portfolio managers and external vendors including the fund administrators, auditors and tax professionals. This role will be responsible for all aspects of GP reporting operations for the various private equity funds across the Neuberger Berman platform.


  • Assist in the oversight and compliance of fund credit facilities by accurately comprehending and interpreting the agreement, while maintaining a thorough knowledge of the assets in the portfolio

  • Perform data analysis on large asset portfolios, including data reconciliation and calculation of portfolio compliance tests such as portfolio quality and concentration ratios

  • Oversight of the Fund Administrator responsible for the preparation of the quarterly financial statements, capital account statements, capital calls and distribution notices

  • Review Audited Financial statements and footnote disclosures

  • Review and analyze distribution waterfalls based on fund legal documents

  • Review partnership and fund IRRs on a quarterly basis

  • Review management fee calculations

  • Assist audit and tax professionals in year end audit and tax reporting

  • Prepare detailed cash projections for fund liquidity reporting

  • Assist marketing in preparation of LP specific reports and responses to prospective client RFPs

  • Work with the Investor Relations team to respond to answer LP questions

  • Various ad-hoc requests from senior management and portfolio managers

  • Assist with SEC or other regulatory compliance as required


  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in Accounting or Finance

  • Strong understanding of accounting theory and fund accounting and financial reporting

  • 7+ years accounting/finance experience; CPA a plus, but not required

  • Experience with credit related products, including loan settlement and trade reconciliations is a plus

  • Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with all levels of employees, management, and external agencies to maximize performance, creativity, problem solving, and results.

  • Highly detail oriented and organized in work

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a customer service focus

  • Ability to act and operate independently

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications

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