Tax Associate

Job Locations US-NY-New York
Regular Full-Time


Marathon Asset Management is a market and cycle-tested global alternative credit manager founded in 1998 by Bruce Richards (Chief Executive Officer) and Louis Hanover (Chief Investment Officer). The firm manages approximately $22 billion in assets under management across the corporate, real estate, structured credit and asset-based credit markets.  Marathon’s team is fully integrated to capitalize on credit opportunities globally in both the public and private credit markets, with its headquarters in New York and offices in London, Tokyo, Luxembourg, Miami and Los Angeles.


We are currently looking for an Associate to join our Tax group, based in New York.  


  • Preparation of tax workpapers for special purpose and other investment vehicles
  • Review of returns and K-1s prepared by service providers
  • Prepare workpapers supporting 1042, 1099 and NYS LLC filings
  • Government reporting including FBAR and FATCA/CRS
  • Prepare entity tax docs such as W-8IMY, W-8BEN-E
  • Obtain GIIN and tax ID numbers
  • Prepare check the box elections
  • Support to ASC 740 analysis and preparing responses to investor inquiries


  • 3-5 years of relevant experience in general tax, hedge fund or private equity industry
  • Background in partnership tax compliance

The average salary for this role is $90,000-$100,000 in base pay and exclusive of any bonuses or benefits.  The base pay offered will be determined based on your experience, location, skills, training, certifications and education, and in addition we will also consider internal equity and market data.  We do not anticipate that candidates hired will begin at the top of the range however, from time to time, it may occur on a case by case basis.  Marathon benefits highlights includes (but are not limited to) Medical/Pharmacy, Dental, Vision, HSA, FSA, STD/LTD, Life Insurance, PTO, Commuter Benefits and company provided lunches.

No agencies, please

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V


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