iCapital is powering the world’s alternative investment marketplace. Our financial technology platform has transformed how advisors, wealth management firms, asset managers, and banks evaluate and recommend bespoke public and private market strategies for their high-net-worth clients. iCapital services approximately $184 billion in global client assets invested in 1,471 funds, as of March 2024.

iCapital has been named to the Forbes Fintech 50 for seven consecutive years (2018-2023); a three-time selection by Forbes to its list of Best Startup Employers (2021-2023); and a three-time winner of MMI/Barron’s Solutions Provider award (See link below). 

About the Role

iCapital is looking to hire a Regulatory and Compliance Onboarding Analyst to provide administrative support and serve as a point of contact for both internal and external constituencies associated with Regulatory and Compliance vendors and outside spending. The ideal candidate should have experience interacting with high level executives and the ability to manage up through attention to detail, strong initiative, ability to work independently, and a high level of confidentiality. This role will communicate, schedule, and collaborate with our team, other teams within the company, law firms, vendors, clients, potential clients, and investors.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for receiving invoices, seeking approval, and processing payments for over 10 million dollars in invoices from law firms and other vendors.
  • Supervise the onboarding of software and rollout for processing legal invoices.
  • Undertake various administrative tasks for the Regulatory and Compliance group, including document organization and review.
  • Help move along deliverables, facilitate special requests, and contribute to the implementation of last-minute ideas.
  • Take the initiative to improve operations and office conditions daily. 
  • Work as part of the larger iCapital team.

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate college degree
  • Prior experience in law firm/corporate law department or working with accounts receivable would be helpful
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint).  Experience with CounselLink and/or Coupa is a plus
  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Previous experience successfully managing schedules and processes in a fast-paced environment
  • Comfort operating within a dynamic environment and executing in unfamiliar situations
  • Willing and able to provide executive support beyond the scope of a typical workday

Benefits

The base salary range for this role is $65,000 to $75,000.  iCapital offers a compensation package which includes salary, equity for all full-time employees, and an annual performance bonus. Employees also receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes an employer matched retirement plan, generously subsidized healthcare with 100% employer paid dental, vision, telemedicine, and virtual mental health counseling, parental leave, and unlimited paid time off (PTO).

We believe the best ideas and innovation happen when we are together. Employees in this role will work in the office four days, with the flexibility to work remotely one day. Every department has different needs, and some positions will be designated in-office jobs, based on their function.

For additional information on iCapital, please visit https://www.icapitalnetwork.com/about-us  Twitter: @icapitalnetwork | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/icapital-network-inc | Awards Disclaimer: https://www.icapitalnetwork.com/about-us/recognition/

iCapital is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

 

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