Financial Analyst at Alliant Asset Management Company LLC in Woodland Hills, California

Posted in General Business 9 days ago.

Type: Full-Time





Job Description:

As a member of Alliant's Finance Department (aka Modeling), the Jr. Financial Analyst or Financial Analyst is primarily responsible for evaluating acquisition opportunities and maintaining property level financial models used to project and to report to corporate investors.

Responsibilities will include:

Preparing financial models to evaluation acquisition opportunities using inputs provided by Developers. Communicating with Developers, Consultants, and Originators to gather information as needed. Making reasonable assumptions as needed to fill in gaps in provided information. Determining if Developers' proposals are feasible. Suggesting ways to improve yield and feasibility of acquisition opportunities. Performing "what if" scenario analysis.
? Checking financial models against prospective or executed letters of intent (LOIs) or limited partnership agreements (LPAs). Suggesting corrections to LOIs or LPAs or otherwise resolving discrepancies between models and the legal documents.
? Analyzing, adjusting, and entering Property Level financial data for Alliant's Tax Credit (Section 42) Multi-Family Apartment Investment Portfolio, including Cost Certifications, Capital Contributions, Lease-ups, Annual Operating Budgets, Quarterly Financial Statements, Year-End Audited Financial Statements and Tax Returns. Providing review analysis to Asset Managers.
? Assisting on Special Projects as needed to support Investor Relations or Investor Reporting.


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