Trans-Canada Capital (TCC), a subsidiary of Air Canada, is an investment management firm growing rapidly. TCC manages the assets of Air Canada's pension plans and also offers its services to third-party institutional investors. The assets under management include traditional asset classes (bonds and stocks), alternative investments (derivatives, infrastructure, private equity and real estate) and portable alpha strategies (hedge funds and tactical asset allocation) worth over $21B in aggregate. The investment team of over 60 professionals is located in downtown Montreal.
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to fill a new role within the Accounting Department of Trans-Canada Capital (TCC). Reporting to the CFO, the Senior Analyst, Investment Accounting will be responsible to perform the procedures surrounding the accounting process for external funds and master trusts and make sure to follow industry best practices. Note that the level of the role will be adjusted according to the experience of the candidate.
TCC thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.
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