A message from our CEO: COVID-19 update

To our clients and partners.

Our thoughts are with you all during these challenging times.

Since the onset of this pandemic we have prioritized our commitment to our team’s health and safety. We were prepared for remote operations long before mandates for social distancing were implemented.

Progressive transparency is a key value to us at Capstone. Employing it with discipline through these uncertain times has enabled us to adapt proactively to evolving health and safety challenges, keeping our operations uninterrupted and our investment strategies agile, while we continue to deliver exceptional client service.

I am proud of each and every member of our team and continue to support them in their commitment to their families, communities and our clients and partners through the ongoing social and economic impacts of this unsettling time.

Please take care of yourselves.

Paul Britton

New York


Capstone Investment Advisors is looking to hire an Accountant for the management company accounting team in a growing, fast paced environment that presents significant learning opportunities.  Capstone operates in the US (3 offices), UK, Amsterdam and Australia.  This professional will be a key member of the management company accounting team that is responsible for Capstone’s global operations and will get a wide range of exposure over time.


  • Prepare month end account reconciliations for various entities, as well as foreign subsidiary translation & consolidation for the Controller’s review
  • Utilize Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) to manage day to day journal entries, reporting and reconciliation tools
  • Daily cash management, reconciliation and wire preparation for all domestic and foreign entity accounts
  • Expense allocation process including allocation of expenses between the firm and the funds and amongst the funds in accordance with the firm’s policy
  • Allocation of expenses amongst the firm’s portfolio managers as part of their payout calculations
  • Utilize FITS (Financial Information Tracking System) and work with the firm’s market data consultant to manage expense allocation, budgeting and recording of journal entries
  • Manage the firm’s procurement request process, including tracking budget vs. actual spending
  • Payables and receivables management
  • Serve as a liaison for the group’s Accounts Payable Supervisor to ensure invoices are processed and coded correctly in the GL
  • Work on various automation projects to streamline workflows and drive process efficiencies
  • Expectation is that these responsibilities will expand over time. The management company team has a flat structure and everyone works closely together.
  • As this role develops over time, we expect this role to eventually cover all aspects of management company accounting


  • Motivated, self-starter who is driven to advance their career
  • Team player who is willing to pitch in and work collectively towards the group’s goals
  • 4-6 years’ experience, preferably a public, private mix
  • CPA preferred


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