About the Role

Yieldstreet is seeking an Analyst with an operations background to join our Regulated Funds Team. This role will focus on a wide array of oversight and execution tasks related to the management of Yieldstreet’s regulated funds. You will collaborate closely with senior and junior cross-functional team members and external partners to ensure the continuity, accuracy, and efficiency of the day-to-day operations and communication of events within our regulated funds. This role will report directly to the Fund’s Controller.

What you'll do

  1. Communicate trade activities to our fund administrator.
  2. Handle queries and issues related to trade settlements and discrepancies.
  3. Assist in the communication of post-close events within the fund’s investments.
  4. Perform daily reconciliations of cash and positions.
  5. Review and reconcile subscriptions and redemptions.
  6. Coordinate the tender offer process.
  7. Coordinate the quarterly dividend process.
  8. Assist with tax reporting for investors (1099).
  9. Manage production calendar for filings of the Fund.

What you’ll need

  1. Bachelor’s Degree required, with a focus on Business Management, Accounting, or Finance.
  2. Proficiency in Advanced Excel, PowerPoint, Google Sheets, and Google Slides.
  3. Understanding of private equity and private credit principles and terminology.
  4. 2-3+ years of experience working with regulated funds in an operational or administrative capacity.
  5. Excellent communication and organizational skills, with a high attention to detail.
  6. Analytical and curious mindset, capable of understanding the details of all requests on your desk and asking the right questions to evaluate priority.
  7. Ability to work at the pace of a venture-backed, hyper-growth organization, where you’ll need to think and act strategically and independently, all while delivering high-quality work output.

About Yieldstreet

Yieldstreet is the leading private market investment platform. We believe that private market alternatives should be a fundamental part of your portfolio. That’s why we’re unlocking access to make it easier than ever to get started. We partner with top-tier investment managers to provide investors with a wide range of opportunities across real estate, venture capital, private equity, art, short term notes and more. All of our offerings are curated and vetted by our team to help investors diversify away from the stock market with confidence. 
 
Why Yieldstreet?

Join a team of diverse, smart, and friendly people from 8 different countries who speak a total of 17 different languages who are on a mission to make alternative investments a fundamental part of the modern portfolio. Our team is comprised of successful entrepreneurs with combined exits of over $1B. We get social with each other during happy hours, exercise classes and team off sites! We are a hybrid work company giving you the opportunity to connect with your peers in real time with the flexibility to work remotely a few days per week. 

What’s in it for you:
 
Competitive compensation packages including equity 
Health, dental & vision coverage with FSA/HSA options
Unlimited PTO 
401k Match 
Learning and Development stipend 
Wellness credit
Paid lunch once a week
Commuter benefit  
Life insurance
Sabbatical
Summer Fridays

Compensation:

  • HIRING SALARY RANGE: $80,000 + (Actual salary to be determined by the education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities of the applicant, internal equity, and alignment with market data.) Compensation package also includes generous, bonus, benefits and equity.

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