Morgan is a global leader in financial services, providing strategic advice and products to the world’s most prominent corporations, governments, wealthy individuals and institutional investors.
Our first-class business in a first-class way approach to serving clients drives everything we do. We strive to build trusted, long-term partnerships to help our clients achieve their business objectives.
The Legal Entity Control team is responsible for financial oversight of their legal entity, and is tasked with ensuring that a strong control environment exists as it relates to all businesses, products, and operational areas that impact the Legal Entity financials and regulatory reporting of the firm.
This role provides an opportunity to interact with multiple lines of business and internal stakeholders while learning legal entity controllership end-to-end.
The Analyst will liaise with the line of business finance teams, operations, and the Legal Entity Controller community to drive the Legal Entity agenda.
Specific responsibilities will include : Legal entity accounting & control, including month-end close process, parent / child accounting, and equity pick-up Monitor the monthly consolidation of income statement and balance sheet Month-End analytical review of the legal entity to ensure completeness and accuracy of the financial statements and preparation of various reports, including contributions to the Monthly Controller’s Book, as well as Legal Entity and Line of Business financial commentary Develop and maintain financial reports and schedules and perform various control procedures to ensure the integrity of reported financial results Investigate, analyze, and resolve issues, and support ad-hoc requests for financial information received from across the firm Support Federal Reserve regulatory reporting Resolution & Recovery review and confirm periodic financial and non-financial appendices General ledger balance reconciliation Complete reconciliation of numerous general ledger accounts Qualifications : Graduated as CPA with >
be able to work independently yet keep all parties apprised of key issues Ability to work on multiple priorities at the same time Ability to learn quickly and be comfortable to navigate various reporting systems / tools