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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:
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:
Experienced and ideally MICA qualified Compliance Officer is sought by an Accountancy Practice. The role holder will be Data Protection Officer and Deputy MLRO, with hands on responsibility for compliance and data protection for the business.

Key Responsibilities:
Working autonomously to manage all day to day Compliance and Data Protection for the Accountancy Practice and it's small CSP division.
Acting as Data Protection Officer and Deputy MLRO.
Keeping accurate and up to date records, including annual staff training.
Supporting the MLRO with regulatory reporting.
Taking minutes at quarterly board meetings.

Skills & Experience:
A number of years experience within Compliance in Financial Services, ideally within a Practice or CSP.
Likely to be MICA qualified or progressing with ICA studies.
Used to managing a diverse workload and working autonomously.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary in line with experience and 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:
Senior Finance Manager, ACA/ACCA qualified with at least 5 years PQE, is sought to join the Finance team of a leading Trust & Corporate Services Group. The ideal candidate will support the Group FD in the management and control of the group finance function, ensuring timely and accurate delivery of financial information to key stakeholders.

Key Responsibilities:
Supporting the Group Finance Director in the management and control of the Group Finance Function.
Consolidating the group's monthly results and preparing information for the board pack
Supporting the preparation of statutory accounts for the Group and subsidiaries
Leading the quarterly forecasting and planning process.
Improving the efficiency and reporting output of the finance function by identifying how and where improvements in procedures and processes can be achieved.
Supporting the annual audit process.

Skills & Experience:
ACA/ACCA qualified with at least 5 years PQE.
Strong systems knowledge and experience of driving change through process and procedural improvements.
Experience of leading budgeting/ forecasting processes.
Strong communication skills, able to present qualitative and quantitative information to key stakeholders.
Excellent organisational skills, adaptable to change and used to working under pressure adhering to tight deadlines.

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

Job Purpose:
A Part qualified Accountant (ACCA) or AAT qualified candidate who is looking to complete ACCA studies, is required by an International Life Assurance Company in a new role within the Finance team. The role will support the Fund Accountant in delivering over 100 Fund Accounts, that need to be prepared and audited on an annual basis. This role will involve the preparation of less complex accounts, also assisting with the day to day monitoring of funds.

Key Responsibilities:
Supporting the Fund Accountant in delivering over 100 Fund Accounts, annually
Managing the preparation of less complex accounts and assisting with more complex accounts.
Day to day monitoring of funds.
Interrogating data, reconciliation of discrepancies, providing current financial information in a timely manner.
Able to mine and extract specific MI to support financial decisions.

Skills & Experience:
Either AAT qualified or part-ACCA qualified, and looking to complete ACCA studies.
Advanced Excel skills and ideally experience of Access, with an ability to mine and extract data sets.
Strong analytical skills and a proactive approach, used to working in a timely and accurate manner to meet deadlines.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary competitive in line with experience and level of qualification.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Fund Accountant, ideally recently ACCA qualified or currently part-qualified and looking to complete their studies, is sought for a new role within the Finance team of an International Life Assurance Company. Primarily the candidate will oversee and produce annual Fund Accounts for over 100 funds. Advanced Excel and Access skills are expected, having an ability to mine and extract data sets. Previous people management responsibilities will be useful, to coach and mentor one direct report.

Key Responsibilities:
Overseeing and producing Fund Accounts annually for over 100 funds.
Monitoring transactions within the funds, ensuring the accurate reflection of these in accounting records.
Responding to and answering Auditor queries raised in relation to funds accounts.

Skills & Experience:
Recently qualified ACCA candidate, or a candidate experienced in Fund Accounting who is part-qualified and looking to complete their studies.
Advanced Excel skills and an experienced user of Access, with an ability to mine and extract data sets.
Strong analytical skills and a proactive approach, used to working in a timely and accurate manner to meet deadlines.
Experienced in coaching and mentoring a small team - this role will have responsibility for one direct report.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary competitive in line with experience and level of qualification.

Job Purpose:
ACA/ACCA qualified or part qualified candidate with experience in Audit, is sought to take on a varied portfolio of client work, from small local businesses to larger, more complex Audits, including Financial Services clients. Accounts production will also be an element of the role's responsibilities, with audit work including day to day project management of assignments. The successful candidate may broaden the scope of their experience with the client work & portfolio being undertaken and the opportunity should also give a more realistic work/life balance, with overtime being paid when this is required.

Key Responsibilities:
Working as part of a team, leading on site audit teams and providing an effective hands-on advisory role for a varied portfolio of clients
Oversees all aspects of audit fieldwork and completion
Prepares or reviews work papers and drafts of financial statements, including the production of advanced conclusions in respect of any technical and audit issues identified
Taking an active role in audit planning discussions, identifying audit risks and developing an understanding of client businesses

Skills & Experience:
ACA/ ACCA qualified or part qualified (and looking to complete studies), with previous experience within Audit
Used to working in autonomously, with support as needed, in accordance with appropriate professional and company standards, to achieve expectations
Good interpersonal skills, able to delegate work and provide appropriate coaching and on-the-job training to other members of the team
Experienced in working in a commercial and timely manner

Hours & Benefits:
Full time hours, with overtime being paid and only required from time-to-time. Highly competitive salary and benefits

Job Purpose:
An ACA/ACCA qualified candidate with around 5 years PQE, is required by an International Wealth Management company, to manage the day to day operation of the Finance and Treasury team. The role requires internal and external financial reporting, ensuring that deadlines are met and ensuring appropriate levels of financial control.

Key Responsibilities:
Management of a large Finance and Treasury team, ensuring that business goals are achieved.
Overseeing the production of monthly financial results and the preparation of the monthly management pack and other financial information.
Ensuring the monthly group and annual statutory financial reporting requirements are met.
Review and timely submission of regulatory returns to appropriate supervisory bodies.

Skills & Experience:
ACA/ ACCA qualified with around 5 years PQE, ideally in a relevant industry role.
Experienced in developing a large team, used to providing training and support as required.
Excellent communication skills, used to liaison with internal and external audit and other departments as needed, also being used to reporting to Head of Finance and COO.

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

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.

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