Fund Administrator (Former Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – December 6, 2017
This job didn’t have daily job. Our work was listed on quarterly, annual, and semi annual basis. Every two we prepared SOIs (statement of income) for our funds. We worked with Good harbor & Leland, ACM, Breithorn, Affinity, Anfield and other funds.
Senior Shareholder Services Specialist (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – November 28, 2017
Some of the most hard working coworkers ever but very much under appreciated by most management. Very little changes made even with a great amount of employee input. A service company that is NOT service focused.
Assistant Vice-President, Fund Administration (Former Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – May 17, 2017
The work place culture is not professional. The best part of working at Gemini was free bagels on Fridays. It was not a very professional environment. There was no turn over at the upper management level. They have no desire to advance their careers.
FUND ACCOUNTANT (Current Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – April 30, 2017
- Performs daily accounting functions for assigned mutual funds to include calculating and delivering net asset values for various investment products, including mutual funds and ETFs. - Updates and monitors daily trading, general ledger activity and pricing of funds to ensure accuracy of daily NAV calculation. - Ensures all fund transactions are properly posted to accounting system. - Applies accounting and finance principals to numerous asset types. - Provides fund advisors with forecasted available cash for fund every morning in a quick and accurate manner.
There is plenty to learn and gather efficient skills from it.
MANAGER - FUND ADMINISTRATION (Former Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – January 18, 2017
Would not recommend working here. The management runs this company like it's their own personal piggy bank and does not care for the employees or the success of the business. The owners really need to clean house.
Fund Accounting (Former Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – June 13, 2016
But don't overstay your welcome. Company does not invest in their employees. You can advance quickly but this is partially due to high turnover. I've never worked at a company with such low morale. The top execs seem clueless to the conditions at their firm. It can't be usual for half of the staff to actively talk about wanting to find a new job. It's also a thankless place to work. The more you put in the more that will be expected with no positive feedback for your hard work. They care nothing about your personal development or about your private life. Chronic under-staffing means you will be working 5-10 extra hours a week with out any extra compensation (and below average compensation to start).
Most people have job security because turnover is so high they cannot afford to fire people
Pay, benefits, upper management disengagement, ridiculous work load, zero recognition for good work, hard to get time off because of staffing levels, no training program, whatever perks they do try to give come off as patronizing.
SOFTWARD DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – October 16, 2015
Gemini Fund Services is a good company with a great sales team that generates a lot of business. As a service company (Servicing Mutual Funds) the development team is not truly understood. It's a good challenging job that gives freedom to solve problems. Just not enough time or specifications to solve them. Company needs more focused and committed leadership with clear direction of where it wants to go and how it wants to get there.
Mutual Fund Paralegal (Current Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – May 18, 2013
I work on a multi-billion dollar trust comprising over 100 mutual funds. I draft contracts, SEC filings, registration statements, prepare and attend board meetings. I work in a department of 11 people.
I've had the worst work experience at Gemini Fund Services, LLC. I felt excluded and discriminated by co-workers and management.
Senior Corporate Action Specialist (Former Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – August 29, 2012
My daily schedule was 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. I've learnt a lot through my own research. I loved my job. However, I felt excluded and discrimanted by several of my co-workers. When I'd complained to management. My complaints were apparently ignored. The hardest part of the job was interacting with hostile co-workers. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting all the various deadlines.