Access Holdings Management Company LLC is a Baltimore-based middle-market investment firm with over $2.8 billion in assets under management. Founded in 2013, Access provides direct investment opportunities to create concentrated portfolios of essential service-based businesses in North America. We undertake active build-and-buy strategies, pursuing what we want to own, great markets and distinct business models. In doing so, Access partners, scales, and innovates to build enduring businesses. For more information, please visit

Senior Fund Accountant Role Overview

Access Holdings is seeking a positive, multi-faceted, detailed-oriented candidate to join the firm as a Senior Fund Accountant. You will join a growing team of professionals whose achievements come as a result of hard work, ingenuity and consistently exceeding expectations. Access is dedicated to finding professionals who possess the drive and initiative to enhance our firm’s performance.

The Senior Fund Accountant will work closely with the Controller to ensure all fund reporting requirements are provided in an accurate and timely manner and will support the development of our platforms and accounting team.


Key Responsibilities

Fund Accounting Support

  • Liaise with the Fund Administrator to assist in the preparation of financial statements and reports for various funds and co-investments
  • Ensure compliance with applicable regulatory guidelines, such as GAAP (Generally Accepted Account Principles), SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) regulations, and other relevant industry standards
  • Partner with the Fund Administrator to prepare capital call and distribution notices for all related stakeholders
  • Assist in the review and preparation of quarterly and annual financial statements and partner capital recording packages including all supporting work papers and disclosure documents with the assistance of Fund Administrator
  • Assist with the annual and quarterly valuation process and preparation of associated work papers for valuation committee including review of direct investment valuations prepared in-house and provide related support to Investment team
  • Participate in the preparation of annual audits, liaise with external auditors, and assist in resolving any audit findings or inquiries
  • Participate in the preparation of fund-level tax returns and limited partner K-1s, liaise with external tax compliance and preparation firm, and assist in resolving any investor inquiries
  • Assist in the implementation and maintenance of accounting policies, procedures, and controls, ensure adherence and identifying areas for enhancement


  • Prepare annual regulatory filings with the SEC and other regulatory agencies
  • Provide compliance support to all levels of the organization
  • Monitor employee preclearance for investments, gifts and entertainment, and charitable contributions
  • Liaise with the third-party compliance vendor
  • Support ad-hoc regulatory exams



Successful candidates will have the following attributes:

  • Low ego, consultative style with an ability to influence through use of data and analysis
  • Collaborative team approach and comfort working in a small team environment
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Collaborative team approach and comfort working in a small team environment
  • Organized and resourceful with an ability to get things done
  • Effectively manage projects as assigned
  • Close attention to detail and a high level of initiative
  • Ability to work independently, manage multiple priorities, and meet deadlines


Professional Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
  • CPA preferred
  • Experience with Investran a plus
  • 3+ years of private equity and/or public accounting experience (Big 4 public accounting background with a concentration in private equity is a plus)
  • Exceptional understanding of accounting and finance
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills



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