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Working closely with portfolio managers and service providers, the Investment Operations group ensures that all investment activities are properly recorded and accounted for in the University's books and records. Daily work flows provide exposure to HMC’s trading process across all asset classes.   

Accounting and Finance maintains the official books and records for the investment accounts managed by HMC, as well as for analyzing and reporting the results generated by the investment portfolio’s activities. The team is comprised of three main disciplines: accounting, performance and analytics, and financial reporting.

Securities Settlements and Custody supports HMC's internal trading activities by executing order management, trade management, and position management. Functions include trade capture, settlements, corporate actions, derivative operations, data management, and reconciliation.

Tax Compliance and Reporting is HMC’s in-house team responsible for the overall tax compliance of the organization. The group supports federal and state tax accounting and compliance requirements, as well as foreign tax issues.

Operational Due Diligence reviews existing and prospective external investments for operational risks, and plays an integral role in the ongoing oversight and monitoring of the operation of these investments.

Portfolio Administration provides administrative and operational support for HMC's portfolio management, performance, liquidity and risk systems.

Financial Planning and Analysis oversees HMC's corporate finances, manages the annual corporate audit and budget processes, and provides management reporting and analysis to senior management and the HMC Board of Directors.

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