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Job Purpose:
An onboarding and compliance administrator is required to join the team of a growing Trust & Corporate Service Provider. The role requires a working knowledge of AML/ CFT regulations, ideally from within working in Trust and Corporate Services, although experience within other Financial Services industries work may also be considered. General Trust & Company Administration work will also be required.

Key Responsibilities:
New business onboarding and compliance matters.
Trust & Company Administration work with, and in support of, a team.
Assisting Directors of the company, as required, including work with eGaming clients.

Skills & Experience:
Around 2 years experience within AML/ CFT work in financial services, ideally Trust and Corporate Services.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, used to liaising with clients.
Comfortable working in a small team environment, supporting colleagues and Directors as required and undertaking varied role responsibilities.
Strong organisational skills with a positive and enthusiastic approach.
Previous experience within Trust & Corporate Services would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm, salary in line with experience and plus company benefits.

Job Purpose:
The experienced Senior Trust & Company Administrator will be part of a team based in the South of the island, delivering effective and efficient trust and corporate administration services to a diverse client base.

Key Responsibilities:
Responsible for a diverse and complex portfolio of trusts, companies and partnerships including:
Undertaking all day to day administration, bookkeeping and minutes Liaison with clients and intermediaries, attending client meetings as required.
Conducting investment and annual reviews.
Reviewing Bookkeeping records and preparing accounts files to allow for preparation of year-end accounts.
Responsibility for client billing and debt collection.

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 5 years experience within a Fiduciary Services. Administration Applicants are expected to be working towards or holding a relevant professional qualification such as ICSA or STEP. Strong communication and organisational skills, experienced in building and maintaining positive working relationships with clients and intermediaries.
Positive approach, should be used to working both independently as well as part of a team.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time hours, competitive salary and benefits.

Job Purpose:
An experienced Senior Company & Trust Administrator, ideally with around 5 years company & trust experience and likely to be either part or fully ICSA/STEP qualified, is sought by an established Trust & Corporate Service Provider. The role requires the provision of professional administration services to a varied client portfolio and applicants should have good jurisdictional and regulatory awareness.

Key Responsibilities:
Excellent understanding of structures to be able to effectively manage the requirements for a portfolio of clients.
Maintaining and preparing statutory records, including minutes.
Undertaking KYC and CDD procedures, including annual reviews.
Understanding of financial statements.

Skills & Experience:
c5 years company & trust administration experience, used to managing a diverse client portfolio.
Likely to be either part or fully qualified ICSA or STEP.
Professional and friendly manner, used to building strong working relationships with clients and intermediaries.
Good organisational and communication skills, experienced in meeting deadlines.

Hours & Benefits:
35 hours a week, competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Trust & Company Administrator required to join a large Trust & Corporate Service Provider. Applicants should have some previous experience within Fiduciary Services Administration, in order to provide administration services to a portfolio of clients; work will be undertaken with the support of the team and team leader, depending upon amount of an individual's previous experience.

Key Responsibilities:
Dealing with the administration requirements of a portfolio of clients, in accordance with service and regulatory standards, with support from a team, as needed.
Drafting of correspondence with clients and intermediaries, handling telephone enquiries
Drafting of standard company minutes and trustee resolutions.
Maintenance of client records and dealing with a variety of routine transactions
Assisting with meeting monthly financial objectives and KPIs.

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within Trust and Corporate Services Administration - varying levels of experience will be considered.
Potentially interested in undertaking appropriate professional studies, or already studying.
Good interpersonal and organisational skills; able to liaise with internal and external clients in a professional manner.
Able to work both independently as well as part of a team.

Hours & Benefits:
Between 30 - 37.5 hours a week may be considered, highly competitive benefits package and salary commensurate with experience /qualifications.

Job Purpose:
Senior Trust & Company Administrator with around 5 years experience in the administration of trust and international companies, is sought by an privately owned International Financial Services Group. The role requires dealing with all aspects of administration of multi-jurisdictional trusts and companies, maintaining records, including due diligence and working in line with procedures and regulations.

Key Responsibilities:
Management of a diverse portfolio of multi-jurisdictional trusts and companies.
Maintaining records, including due diligence and working in line with procedures and regulations.
Preparation of documents in relation to transactions, including minutes and resolutions.
Conduct risk reviews and client reviews and review of financial statements.
Maintain accurate timesheets and manage invoice generation through to payment collection.

Skills & Experience:
Around 5 years experience within Trust and Company Administration.
Proactive approach with strong communication and organisation skills.
Able to prioritise and plan a challenging workload.
Either qualified, currently studying or willing to complete STEP or ICSA.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary commensurate with experience and qualifications and plus benefits.

Job Purpose:
Part time Trust Administrator required to join a leading International Life Assurance Organisation. The role will be responsible for providing and maintaining a superior level of service to advisers, settlors and beneficiaries of trusts administered by the company and requires.

Key Responsibilities:
Liaise with client, IFA's and the sales team via telephone, fax and email.
Assist with reviewing new business applications, checking annual reviews, payments and processing amendments to trust and client information.
Adhering to regulatory legislation and ensuring compliance requirements are met.
Liaise effectively with colleagues across the business to ensure interdepartmental tasks are completed effectively.
Process invoices and trust company payments as required.
Produce and file trust minutes.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 2 years working within financial services, preferably within Life Assurance.
Must have excellent communication and organisational skills.
Must have the ability to work using your own initiative and have a proactive approach.

Hours & Benefits:
Market rate salary and competitive benefits package.
Part-time role, 20 hours per week required, offering flexibility with how the hours are worked.

Job Purpose:
Senior Group Risk Manager required to join a global wealth management company, to be responsible for the provision of risk support and guidance to the Managers and Directors across the Group.

Key Responsibilities:
Actively lead and manage the Group Risk team to ensure quality of service and achievement of goals.
Conduct risk reviews and monitor procedures to ensure satisfactory performance and compliance within the existing Risk Management Framework.
Develop risk related policies, procedures and systems at Group level and monitor and support their implementation at unit level where appropriate, providing relevant advice and guidance where required.
Work collaboratively with Business Units to understand any issues identified through risk monitoring, developing awareness of actions to improve control weaknesses.
Provide effective support to the Management Committee, the Group Board and the Group Risk and Compliance Committee.
Develop strong working relationships, internally and externally, as required
Lead the delivery of up-to-date reports and management information on risk trends in each jurisdiction and proactively alert Group Risk Directors on any issues or potential risks.

Skills & Experience:
Extensive experience in risk/ audit is essential.
Should have a detailed understanding and experience of risk identification and mitigation.
Experienced in the management, development and implementation of policies and procedures.
Minimum of three years' experience at a senior level, to include staff management.
Ideally excellent knowledge of fiduciary services operations, although financial services. operations within Banking or Insurance can also be considered.
Relevant degree level or equivalent relevant professional qualification.
Proactive approach to planning and organising tasks.

Hours & Benefits:
Excellent benefits package and competitive salary.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Corporate Administrator, with previous experience of statutory administration work, is sought to join the team of an established Fiduciary Service Provider. The role requires the support to the yachting department on all corporate administration matters for client companies, including preparation of minutes, payment instructions, annual reviews and annual returns.

Key Responsibilities:
Support work to the yachting department on all matters of corporate administration.
Preparation of minutes, payment instructions and annual returns.
Incorporation / dissolution of IOM companies.
Assistance to the team manager/ colleagues with administration of portfolios.

Skills & Experience:
Upwards of 1 year previous corporate administration experience.
Interested in commencing and completing appropriate professional studies.
Good knowledge of FSA guidelines.
Strong communication and organisational skills, used to working independently as well as part of a team.
French/ Italian language skills would be advantageous, although not essential.

Hours & Benefits:
35 hours a week, salary dependent upon experience and plus company benefits.

Job Purpose:
Senior Trust Manager, professionally qualified with 10+ years experience within Fiduciary Services, is sought by an established Trust Company. The role requires supervision of a team of around 8 Administrators, together with direct responsibility for a small portfolio of key clients. Candidates will be used to managing a team, meeting reporting deadlines, targets and managing budgets, coaching and developing staff as needed. It is likely to require participation in marketing trips for the business.

Key Responsibilities:
Responsible for the management of a team of around 8 Administrators, ensuring client expectations and service standards are met.
Direct responsibility for a small portfolio of key clients.
Overall responsibility for meeting deadlines, targets and managing budgets within the team, contributing towards group performance.
Used to working in a commercial manner, effectively resolving operational or technical issues and meeting company and regulatory guidelines.

Skills & Experience:
Professionally qualified with 10+ years experience within Fiduciary Services.
Experienced manager, used to overseeing a team and coaching and developing staff on an ongoing basis.
Strong industry understanding, coupled with a proactive approach.
Experienced in participating in marketing trips for the business, as needed.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, competitive salary and benefits.

Job Purpose:
A Senior Manager, Mergers & Acquisitions is sought by a leading International Financial Services Group, to initiate opportunities for mergers and acquisitions and manage these through to successful completion and integration into the Group.

Key Responsibilities:
Researching and analysing the market to devise appropriate group strategies
Planning, preparing and leading/attending pitches with potential targets
Screening of potential acquisition targets
Supporting and/or leading deal negotiations, including the review of valuations and financial modelling and attendance at meetings
Manging and delivering M&A projects, from facilitating meetings, preparing project timetable, plans, reports and budget
Ensuring compliance with company standards, policies and procedures, including the due diligence process

Skills & Experience:
A track record (at least 3 years) within mergers and acquisitions, ideally within an International business
Sales focused; should have outstanding interpersonal and communication skills and be used to making presentations and developing strong working relationships
Required to undertake frequent travel within Europe or further afield, as needed
Strong background in finance and accounting, with an understanding of financial statements
Holder of a degree in Law, Accounting, Finance or Business Administration
Excellent organisational skills with a structured, methodical and pragmatic approach, likely to include project management experience/qualifications.
It would be advantageous to have a proficiency in financial modelling and analysis

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, highly competitive salary and benefits, dependent upon experience and qualifications

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