As a member of the Treasury team within Grosvenor’s Finance Department, the Intern will have exposure to conducting investment operations-related responsibilities pertaining to cash and liquidity management, portfolio hedging and counterpart risk management, as well as ensuring that the decisions of the appropriate governing bodies and committees are implemented appropriately.



The intern will be involved in the following activities:

  • Responsible for liquidity management of the GCM Grosvenor managed funds.  This includes cash forecasting, payment processing, FX exposure management, liquidity management reporting, temporary investments, etc.   
  • Participate in FX exposure management through forecasting, pre-trade preparation, and settlement of foreign exchange transactions.
  • Assist in the establishment and ongoing support of credit facilities.
  • Assist in the management of banking relationships including bank account opening and ongoing maintenance.
  • Support securities and derivatives trading activity.
  • Participate in the management of counterparty risk by diversifying exposures to various counterparties, monitoring the financial health of counterparties, including credit ratings and CDS premiums, reviewing quarterly and annual financial reports and presenting trends to the CFO. 
  • Implement, and execute policies and procedures to reduce operational risk and gain efficiencies. 
  • Liaise between the firm and its external vendors including banks, administrators, and trading counterparties.
  • Participate in cross-department working groups and special projects as required.
  • Provide the highest level of client service to Grosvenor’s clients and internal stakeholders.



The ideal candidate should possess:

  • Current junior pursuing an undergraduate degree in Accounting, Finance, or other relevant major with a superior grade point average
  • A prior focus in the asset management segment of the financial services industry is preferable, and particularly in the alternative investment sub-segment.
  • Must have strong PC experience and be highly proficient in MS Excel, MS Word and SharePoint.  Experience with general ledger and portfolio software is desirable.
  • Demonstrated interest in and knowledge of accounting and finance. 
  • Capacity to work well in a fast paced, changing environment with a high level of flexibility.
  • Excellent writing and listening skills with a proven ability to disseminate information effectively and articulate your thoughts in a clear and concise manner to both clients and co-workers.
  • Proven ability to take control and manage tasks independently to closure.
  • Attention to detail and concern for quality and accuracy of final product (and ability to balance that concern with deadlines).
  • High degree of integrity and the ability to recognize the requirements of confidentiality.
  • Demonstrated self-starter, continuous learner and independent thinker who is able to work collaboratively with others.
  • Well organized and must have the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a cross functional team environment.
  • Commitment to excellent client service.
  • Outstanding decision making and problem solving skills.


In terms of cultural fit, the successful candidate will be self-motivated and energized by working amongst a group of thoughtful, smart and successful colleagues. He or she will enjoy being part of an organization focused on excellence and will be a naturally collaborative person who enjoys interacting with individuals at all levels. Additionally, he or she will be a strong team player with a proactive approach and the ability to exercise discretion and judgment.


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GCM Grosvenor (Nasdaq: GCMG) is a leading global alternative asset management solutions provider for more than 50 years. We have $73 billion in assets under management that we invest across investment verticals including private equity, infrastructure, real estate, credit, ESG & Impact, and absolute return investment strategies. 


Our team of over 530 professionals is dedicated to delivering an exceptional value proposition for our global clients. The diversity of our employees is a driving factor of success, and is critical to our ability to create and deliver value to our clients. GCM has been committed to the advancement of small, emerging, and diverse managers for 20+ years. We are proud to offer our employees a comprehensive benefits package focused on health and wellness, continuing education, and work-life balance. 


The firm is headquartered in Chicago, with offices in New York, Toronto, London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Seoul. Learn more at


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