Sr. Analyst Financial Reporting & Compliance

Job Title: Senior Analyst, Financial Reporting & Compliance
Reports To: Manager, Financial Reporting & Compliance
Department: Finance and Accounting


The duties and responsibilities for the position include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Assist with all quarterly and annual working papers that relate to the Trust’s reporting and compliance requirements, including but not limited to: the consolidated financial statements and note disclosures therein, the management discussion and analysis (MD&A), earnings press releases and investor presentations;
• Assist with the annual preparation of the annual information form (AIF) and management information circular (MIC) including correspondence with the Trust’s legal counsel;
• Assist with the regular maintenance and organization of treasury activities namely share certificates, issuances and distributions;
• Prepare TSX Form 1 outlining the monthly changes in Trust Units and units registered under the Trust’s Deferred Unit Plan;
• Prepare IFRS research memos and keep abreast of changes in accounting policies according to IFRS and REALpac;
• Analyze changes in fair value with respect to the Trust’s investment property portfolio and assist with presentation and reporting to senior management;
• Assist with the regular maintenance and reporting needs of the Trust’s unit-based compensation plans, including the: Deferred Unit Plan, Long Term Incentive Plan and Equity Incentive Plan;
• Assist with the maintenance and accounting of the Trust’s financial instruments;
• Assist with special projects periodically as requested by senior management.

Academic/Professional Requirements:

• Bachelor’s Degree in real estate, finance or accounting.
• Professional designation (e.g. CPA, CFA), or an advanced degree in a related field is a must

Required Skills/Experience:

• Minimum of 4-5 years of progressive accounting experience – preferably in an audit or income tax setting with exposure to publicly listed companies;
• Familiarity of IFRS – REALpac experience would be an asset;
• Detail oriented and responsible individual with a proven track record of taking ownership and follow through to ensure all loose ends are resolved;
• Proven organizational and time management skills in dealing with changing priorities in a fast-paced environment;
• Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate across all levels within the organization;
• Sound business judgment and numerical skills;
• Computer skills, including advanced Excel, and familiarity with Word and PowerPoint;
• Current experience working in a cloud platform for reporting/compliance (Workiva) would be an asset;
• Market and demographic research and reporting;


The Senior Analyst, Financial Reporting and Compliance must be client focused, advocate and communicate a positive image of the company, both internally and externally. The Senior Analyst, Financial Reporting and Compliance shall take accountability for decisions made and conduct oneself in a respectful and ethical manner in representing the company’s interests. The Senior Analyst, Financial Reporting and Compliance shall demonstrate entrepreneurialism and behave like an “owner” in carrying out daily tasks and responsibilities; demonstrating creativity and resourcefulness in achieving desired results. The Senior Analyst, Financial Reporting and Compliance is expected to be a team player and work effectively with colleagues and associates in terms of input, sharing of ideas and working to achieve common goal.

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