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Fund Accounting

The priority of any fund manager is to generate returns for investors. But day-to-day fund administration, accounting and compliance can easily become a hindrance to the real work. And strict punishment for late filing only adds to the pressure you'll be feeling as a manager to keep investors happy. You want them to have complete confidence – not just in their fund’s administration, but in its financial reporting too.   ​​

Managing complex and diversified portfolios of funds and managed accounts requires attention to transparency and increasingly diligent reporting. But that tends to take away from the preferred focus on analysing and selecting funds, with time spent taking care of administration and laborious reports.​

At Vistra, we offer a personalised service of the highest possible quality, which includes an expert period-end process that guarantees you’ll meet your deadlines. We're among the world’s leading providers of fund administration by assets under administration (AuA). Our expert accounting teams are fully qualified to prepare fund reporting and financial statements in accordance with your required accounting standard.  ​

By understanding your fund’s investments, as well as the effect of foreign exchange and any fees and expenses, our accounting teams can accurately calculate the net asset value of the fund for you.​

We perform accounting for real estate, private equity, hedge funds and fund of funds including services such as day-to-day accounting, management reporting, consolidation services, NAV calculation per fund guidelines, and financial statements preparation. Our professional teams are also experienced at GAAP, Industry guideline and manager-specified variations. ​

We have extensive experience managing the distribution of fund profits to partners and executives. We recognise that calculating the waterfall correctly is a key administrative element for the manager and the investors, and offer qualitative checks in the interest of all parties.  ​

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