Tax Analyst
Posted on 3/26/2024
Acadian Asset Management

201-500 employees

Systematic investing built on 35+ years of data-driven insights.
Company Overview
Acadian is a global investment manager that applies fundamental insights with a systematic lens to find attractive, unique investment opportunities across multi-asset class, ESG, alternative alpha, managed volatility, and long-only strategies. Our decisions are made using a cutting-edge array of disciplined, data-driven investment and portfolio construction techniques across stock-specific, macro, and peer forecasting models. In a world of data proliferation, meaningful conclusions can be difficult to reach. Our time-tested insights are built on over three decades of data and engineering, underpinned by the understanding that well documented, recurring behavioral errors drive irrational actions in financial markets. Structural challenges also limit market efficiency. Together, these factors create mispricing on a global scale. This is where we find our advantage.
Data & Analytics
Financial Services

Company Stage


Total Funding





Boston, Massachusetts

Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth

Cambridge, MA, USA
Experience Level
Tax Accounting
Financial Analysis
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Tax or related field; MST or CPA certification preferred
  • A minimum of two years of pass-through, partnership or corporate tax experience in an accounting firm, corporation, and/or law firm
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and international tax laws and regulations relevant to investment management and financial services
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and accounting programs like Great Plains helpful
  • Excellent advisory and compliance skills; Research orientated with problem-solving skills
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work in a team environment, multi-task and work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment
  • Reconcile tax accounts including payroll tax account balances
  • Research and document tax issues, as required
  • Ensure compliance with accounting standards and tax regulations
  • Review financial statements, investment documents, and partnership agreements to identify tax implications and ensure proper tax reporting
  • Handle partnership administration, including distributable allocations, updating certificate ledgers, and issuing call/put award letters
  • Gather the information required for international compliance and transfer pricing
  • Prepare financial statement disclosures and tax footnotes
  • Collect financial information and prepare tax filings for various reporting requirements (Sales and Use, FATCA, Form 1099-NEC, Personal Property, and FBAR filings)
  • Coordinate outsourced tax preparation work and liaise with auditors and regulatory authorities as needed
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including finance, investment, and operations, to support overall business objectives
  • Assist with reporting financial and operational data to the parent company
  • Maintain accurate records, documentation, and workpapers to support tax positions and compliance efforts
  • Develop and maintain tax compliance policies and procedures