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Job Purpose:
Finance Operations Administrator required to assist with the treasury process within an international Life organisation to record and maintain shareholder, company and investment money to minimise risk.

Key Responsibilities:
Treasury Processes.
Record bank balance data, customer payments and internal movements.
Analyse end position and place excess funds out on deposit with most favourable institution but within agreed limits.
Run matching spreadsheet to determine under/over exposure in currency.
Fixed Deposit Monthly Interest.
Investigation of anomalies in above processes.
Processing Invoices and credit card payments from local/International Offices.
Producing payment files including BACS, CHAPS, Faster Payments, Multicurrency Payments.
Investigation of payment and expenses queries.
Use of external banking systems.

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 2 years banking or payment processing experience.
Ideally educated to A-Level standard and hold a minimum of 5 GCSE Grades A-C including Maths and English.
A good working knowledge of Excel and Word.
Ability to demonstrate accuracy especially when inputting data.
Must have a full, clean IOM Driving License.

Hours & Benefits:
Standard working hours 9am -5pm.
Market Rate Salary.

Job Purpose:
Highly experienced Compliance Executive sought to act as MLRO for the IOM office and lead the IOM compliance team of an International Financial Services Group. Applicants should have at least 5 years compliance experience working within either a bank and/or investment business, to have a good understanding of banking, investment business and operational procedures. The role holder will ideally hold a supporting professional qualification, or will alternatively have extensive relevant industry experience, within Banking/ Investments.

Key Responsibilities:
MLRO for the Isle of Man office, including receipt, assessment and disclosure of suspicious activity reports and all IOM regulatory reporting
Leading the Isle of Man compliance team, ensuring the adherence of company, banking and investment business legislation and associated regulations
Managing the team's workloads, and their training and development, including the preparation of annual appraisals
Ensuring that compliance policies and procedures are updated as needed and embedded within the business
Implementing and reviewing on an ongoing basis, all AML/CFT related policies and procedures
Review of New business, undertaking high risk reviews and managing transaction monitoring
Supporting the Director of Risk and Compliance with achieving the organisation's strategic and commercial objectives, including the preparation and reporting of management information and risk committee, audit committee and board reports

Skills & Experience:
At least 5 years compliance experience working within either a bank and/or investment business
Ideally qualified in the ICA Diploma in Compliance, CISI International Diploma in Investment Compliance, MSC in Regulation, or similar
Strong communication skills witg all levels of staff, including the ability to liaise with other group offices, present to the Executive Committee, Audit Risk and Compliance Committee and the Board
Strong report writing skills
Highly organised and used to meeting challenging deadlines
Proactive and analytical approach, used to leading a team and ensuring group standards are updated and maintained

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, market rate salary and competitive benefits package

Job Purpose:
AML and compliance support agent required for an online sports betting organisation based in Douglas to support the business in AML/CFT and social responsibility compliance.

Key Responsibilities:
Liaise with Customer Services team to obtain the necessary information and/or documentation from the players and conduct customer KYC/CDD and EDD checks as applicable.
Undertake ongoing monitoring of customer activity.
Report suspicious activity to the MLRO through STRs.
Report possible problem gambling to the Compliance team.
Provide general support to the MLRO and Compliance team in these areas.
Daily and constant interaction with the customer database, reacting to automated alerts and triggers arising from customer activity.
Daily and constant interaction with the Fraud and Payments team and Customer Services team who may identify and provide information on customer activity that may give cause for concern relating to fraud, money laundering, financing of terrorism or problem gambling.

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within a compliance /AML related position.
Flexibility to adjust to dynamic and demanding work environment.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and able to communicate with staff of all levels.
Strong team orientation and results and time oriented.

Hours & Benefits:
Rotating shift pattern of 8am-4pm and 10am -7pm between Monday -Saturday
Competitive remuneration

Job Purpose:
Strong technical pensions knowledge is required for a role to work as part of a dedicated pensions team within a Financial Services Group. Applicants are likely to have around 3 years + pensions experience and sound knowledge of current pension legislation, local pensions and experience in managing scheme member expectations. The role will support the delivery of effective service to pension scheme members, but primarily provide technical support in relation to products, pension regulation and appropriate taxation.

Key Responsibilities:
Technical support in relation to products, pension regulation and appropriate taxation
Supporting the pensions team in the delivery of effective customer service to pension scheme members.
Technical support in the development of new products.
Supporting scheme trustees with a sound knowledge of current pension legislation, the local pensions environment and scheme member expectations.
Working in a 'hands on' manner with all aspects of the pensions division, supporting and developing training with internal teams as needed.

Skills & Experience:
Detailed knowledge of pensions, ideally upwards of 3 years although different levels of experience may also be considered for an alternative level of role within the team
Sound technical knowledge of current pension legislation, including IOM and UK pension regulations and experience in managing scheme member expectations.
Potentially holding a relevant professional qualification.
Excellent communication and customer service skills, with a commercial approach.
Used to managing a diverse workload and meeting challenging deadlines.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, highly competitive salary dependent upon experience, plus benefits.

Job Purpose:
Settlements Administrator required on a permanent basis to join an International Life Assurance Organisation. The role holder will process the matching to contract notes and physical settlement of investment trades.

Key Responsibilities:
Daily processing, checking and reconciling of subscription and redemption trades.
Daily processing, checking and reconciling of dividend and rebate.
Assist/oversee in the production and issue of quarterly valuations.
Daily cash processing of settlement deals on EQ/Banking systems and processing of custody transactions through external custodian systems.
Production and timely execution of settlement documentation, including preparation of sealing register as required.
Assistance with the execution and confirmation of client deals, as directed.
Assistance and resolution of queries.
Maintenance of good relationships with stockbrokers/fund houses/advisers.
All subscription and redemption trades settled in a timely manner in-keeping Utmost Wealth Solutions and external Fund House deadlines.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 2 year experience in Financial Services.
Experience of working within or dealing with an Investment Operations area.
Good knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, Outlook.
5 x GCSE (or equivalent) grade C or above English and Maths.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive Salary, Douglas based employer.

Job Purpose:
An Administrator is required to join the Client Services team of an international Financial Services company, in a permanent capacity. Based in central Douglas, the role holder will process all new business, policy servicing, and claims related tasks.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide concise & professional support to professional intermediaries, investment advisors, and clients by telephone, email, fax, & post.
Work with clients to ensure business meets compliance requirements and AML regulations.
Manage filing and archiving to ensure that all client correspondence is stored correctly.
Assist with investment related issues, including dealing, fund pricing, and asset reviews as required.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum 2 years previous experience in Financial Services, ideally within Insurance or Pensions Administration.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Working knowledge of MS Office products, including Word, Excel, & Outlook.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time hours based on a 35 hour working week; competitive salary commensurate with relevant skills & experience; company benefits package.

Job Purpose:
A Compliance specialist is sought by a leading Douglas-based Payroll and Contractor Services company. The role holder will become Deputy MLRO for the organisation and be responsible for the day-to-day compliance administration for a number of group companies, working closely with and providing assistance to the Compliance Manager/MLRO.

Key Responsibilities:
Day to day compliance Administration including assistance with AML/CFT administration.
Reviewing of Customer Due Diligence & Enhanced Due Diligence.
Signing off new applications, undertaking ongoing monitoring and preparing monthly reports.
Assisting with delivery of AML/CFT training.
Providing cover for the Compliance Manager/MLRO during their absence.

Skills & Experience:
A number of years Compliance experience.
Ideally the holder of a professional Compliance qualification, or working towards this, but significant experience in a similar work will also be considered.
Good understanding of current AML/CFT legislation and regulation.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a positive approach.
Experienced in working to tight deadlines and working as part of a team.

Hours & Benefits:
Salary dependent on relevant skills and experience; company benefits; full-time business hours based on a 37.5 hour working week.

Job Purpose:
A Fund Accountant is required to join a leading fiduciary, funds and professional administration services organisation. The role holder will prepare accurate and timely Net Asset Value calculations and maintenance of the books for a number of offshore fund structures.

Key Responsibilities:
Production of valuations to relevant accounting standards, legislation and best practice.
Controlling payment transactions.
Maintaining relationships with third parties.

Skills & Experience:
A Minimum of 3 years experience in Fund Administration.
Holds a recognised accountancy qualification.
Previous experience with Paxus (our valuation system) will be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time 35 hours per week.
Salary dependent on experience.

Job Purpose:
Corporate Actions Administrator required to join the Investments Departments at an established International Life Assurance Organisation. The role is primarily to receive, process and record corporate actions for underlying investments held in Personal Portfolio Bonds.

Key Responsibilities:
Resolve queries from customers and intermediaries.
Review notifications of corporate events and arrange for policy holders to receive the latest information.
Set up Assets on the Investment Administration systems.
Process cash income distributions when advice received from the Custodian
Provide updates to management on events or notifications.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 1 years experience working in financial services is essential.
Understanding of Investments and portfolio administration is desirable.
Strong organisational skills and ability to work to tight deadline.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and benefits package, full time business hours.

Job Purpose:
Cell Associate required to join an international life group in a permanent position on the Isle of Man.

Key Responsibilities:
Administration of payment related policy queries, including updates and general enquires.
Noting of assignments, trusts, nominations and other policy amendments.
Vetting and onboarding of all new business applications.
Administration of new business policy queries.

Skills & Experience:
4 GCSEs at Grade C and above (including Mathematics & English) or equivalent.
Previous experience within a Life Assurance office environment desirable.
LCS Lean level 1a desirable (or prepared to work towards).

Hours & Benefits:
Business hours, Salary dependent on experience with a comprehensive benefits package.

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