GGV Capital is a multi-stage global venture capital firm founded in 2000, with $9.2 billion under management across seventeen funds. The Firm has a targeted investment strategy, backing the most dynamic tech-enabled sectors including e-commerce and new retail, cloud, frontier technology and disruptions to traditional industries. GGV Capital currently manages a growing investment portfolio that now includes more than 200 active companies. GGV Capital is a top quartile performer and ranked amongst the best venture capital firms globally.

Reporting directly to the Senior Accounting Manager, the Portfolio Accountant is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of our active funds, complex partnership accounting, financial reporting, tax projects, and other related business operations.


  • Preparation of financial reporting packages for various funds, including financials and capital account allocations.
  • Determine cash needs of the funds, coordinate investment funding, prepare capital calls and distributions.
  • Ownership of general ledger, including journal entries, and monthly reconciliations.
  • Calculate fund performance metrics.
  • Assist in audits, review of tax returns, K-1s, analyze foreign filing disclosure requirements, and FATCA/CRS compliance.
  • Monitor accounting and tax compliance with partnership agreements.
  • Monitor SEC compliance related to ownership filings.
  • Respond to investor inquiries and info requests.
  • Additional duties and responsibilities commensurate with demonstrated abilities.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in finance or accounting, and 5+ years of relevant experience, primarily in venture capital partnership accounting and tax compliance.  Public accounting and/or direct experience in venture capital is strongly preferred.  High-level skills using Excel, MS Word, PowerPoint, and PEView/Dynamo or similar accounting software experience is required. 


The ideal candidate will have a strong aptitude for numbers and accuracy, have high quality consciousness and attention to detail, possess strong organizational, written/oral communications, and interpersonal skills, and have the ability to prioritize and complete projects on a timely basis. The candidate must demonstrate a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently and proactively to identify and resolve issues.


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