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Job Purpose:
An experienced Senior Company & Trust Administrator, ideally with c5 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, working within compliance and internal company procedures and assisting with business development initiatives on an ongoing basis.

Key Responsibilities:
Excellent understanding of structures, to take an active role in management of key clients and assisting with ongoing business development initiatives.
Undertaking KYC and CDD procedures for existing and new clients.
Maintaining and preparing statutory records.
Assisting with and ensuring the provision of exceptional client service, by the team
Ensuring policies and procedures are followed, advising any changes to legislation and providing training, as required.
Assisting the team with prioritisation of client work, providing support about any difficult matters and training and developing staff as needed.

Skills & Experience:
+ 5 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.
Good organisational and communication skills, used to meeting deadlines.

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

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:
Experienced Senior/ Trust and Company Administrator sought to join the growing Fiduciary Services team of a leading Financial Services Group. Applicants will have a positive and proactive approach, being used to developing strong working relationships with clients and intermediaries and having a good understanding of trust and corporate structures and related statutory and regulatory requirements. They will utilise their previous industry experience to deliver the breadth of administration services for a portfolio of clients. Candidates will ideally will have completed or be working towards a industry recognised qualification.

Key Responsibilities:
Managing the administration requirements for a varied portfolio of clients.
Develop strong working relationships with clients and intermediaries as well as internal stakeholders.
Keeping up to date with the Group's policies and procedures, including changing legislation.
Working commercially as part of a proactive team.

Skills & Experience:
Potentially having completed or be working towards a industry recognised qualification, although extensive relevant experience within Trust and Corporate Services, will also be considered.
A number of years experience within a trust and corporate environment is essential; ideally c5 years but applicants with previous industry experience together with the below requirements and a commitment to progressing their career and gaining supporting professional qualifications, are also welcomed.
Positive and proactive approach, used to liaising with clients and intermediaries and working both independently, as well as part of a team.
A good understanding of trust and corporate structures and related statutory and regulatory requirements.
Used to working to professional standards.
Excellent communication and organisational skills.

Hours & Benefits:
35 hours a week, competitive salary and extensive company benefits including car parking.

Job Purpose:
A Qualified Accountant (ACA/ ACCA/ CIMA) with strong technical financial accounting and reporting knowledge either gained within financial services or a leading Accountancy Practice, is sought for a finance team of an International Bank. The team produce financial and management information that measures performance and enables business planning. Primarily the role will provide Financial Control support for offshore jurisdictions, both managing costs as well as including group, regulatory and statutory reporting.

Key Responsibilities:
Deliver robust end-to-end financial accounting and control activity.
Support Financial and Statutory reporting processes, in compliance with IFRS.
Provide accurate monthly financial results, involving supporting the annual budget setting and continual forecasting processes, to enable informed business decision making.
Support delivery of regulatory reporting requirements across the relevant jurisdictions on a daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual and ad-hoc basis.

Skills & Experience:
ACA/ ACCA/ CIMA qualified.
Strong technical financial accounting and reporting knowledge (IFRS) gained within Financial Services or a Big 4 Accountancy Practice.
Excellent communication and organisational skills, used to managing a diverse workload and meeting tight deadlines.
It would be helpful to have had International/ multi-jurisdictional experience and an understanding of VAT and Corporation tax.

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

Job Purpose:
A Qualified Accountant (ACA/ ACCA/ CIMA or equivalent) is required to lead the finance team of an established Financial Services company in Ramsey. Working as part of the Senior Management team, the role will involve the maintenance of financial controls within the department, the preparation of statutory and consolidated accounts of all group companies, as well as other broad responsibilities, including forecasting, budgeting and reporting. Applications from qualified candidates from a Practice background are welcomed, as well as those of candidates who are currently undertaking similar role responsibilities.

Key Responsibilities:
Working as part of the Senior Management team, providing management information for decision making purposes, which will assist in the operational decisions of the business
Controlling the financial operations of the business, providing and supervising the production of statutory accounting records.
Maintaining and developing the financial controls within the department.
Preparing the statutory entity and consolidated accounts of all group companies, to regulatory/legal requirements and reflecting current accounting standards.
Ensuring all other statutory returns are met for all group and client companies.
Preparing Board reports, including monthly management accounts.
Forecasting and managing cash flow.
Training and development of the finance team, as required, in order to meet objectives.

Skills & Experience:
ACA/ ACCA/ CIMA qualified with c2 years + PQE.
Experienced in working under pressure and meeting tight statutory deadlines.
Having a commercial approach with a passion for creating efficiency and managing change.
Either already experienced in managing the role requirements in a similar capacity, or have relevant professional experience from training and qualifying within an Accountancy Practice, with the ability to learn at pace to achieve results.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, experienced in leading a team and training and developing staff as required.

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

Job Purpose:
Qualified Senior Trust & Company Administrator with a minimum of 5 years previous experience within a Trust & Corporate Service Administration, is sought by an established Trust Company. The ideal candidate will hold a supporting professional qualifications (STEP, ICSA) and will have responsibility for the administration requirements for a diverse portfolio of clients, from review of CDD and bookkeeping, assisting with the preparation and filing of statutory forms as required.

Key Responsibilities:
Undertake all aspects of the day to day administration of client entities, including monitoring of client investment portfolio performance, review of CDD, annual reviews and processing of new business documentation.
Assisting the team manager and colleagues in the administration requirements for HNW clients.
Bookkeeping, filing, paying client expenses, statutory compliance, invoicing and preparation of client correspondence.
Working accurately and efficiently to meet team targets and group goals.

Skills & Experience:
STEP/ ICSA qualified with over 5 years experience within Trust & Corporate Services
Strong organisational and communication skills, used to working accurately at pace, as part of a team and meeting regular deadlines.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, market rate salary plus company benefits.

Job Purpose:
ICSA qualified Senior Company Secretarial Administrator, with around 5 years previous experience within a similar role, is sought by an established Trust Company. The individual will be responsible for providing administrative support to different group companys, specialising in all aspects of statutory and company secretarial work.

Key Responsibilities:
Support the take on of new clients, arranging for new company's to be incorporated.
Carrying out statutory work for companies registered in the IOM, UK, BVI & Cayman, with work including incorporations, share allotments and transfers.
Ensuring the timely submission of statutory filings, including annual returns and special resolutions.
Supporting the running of boards and board committees activities, helping to set agendas, preparing papers and advising on board procedures.

Skills & Experience:
ICSA qualified (or similar) with extensive experience c5 years+ in a similar role within Corporate Services.
Strong organisational and communication skills, used to working accurately at pace and meeting regular deadlines.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, competitive salary depending upon experience and company benefits package.

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:
Experienced Client Accountant, either part -qualified or qualified ACCA/ACA, is required to join a small Client Accounting team of an established Fiduciary Services Provider. 2 -5 years previous client accounting experience is expected. The role involves all aspects of client accounting for entities from multiple jurisdictions.

Key Responsibilities:
All aspects of client financial reporting requirements for entities from multiple jurisdictions.
Ensuring that accounts and tax returns are completed accurately and efficiently, in accordance with relevant accounting and statutory reporting standards.
Reporting to external stakeholders as appropriate.
Working as part of a dedicated team, meeting team and company objectives.

Skills & Experience:
Part qualified / qualified ACCA/ ACA.
2 - 5 years previous client Accounting experience, used to working to deadlines with up to date knowledge of accounting standards.

Hours & Benefits:
Preferably full time (35 hours a week), although slightly reduced hours may also be considered. Competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:
Group Financial Controller, a qualified Accountant (ACA/ ACCA/ CIMA) with c 5 years experience within the Finance Sector, is sought to lead the Finance Team of a Financial Services Group. The role holder will have responsibility for ensuring the timely and accurate production of the Group's statutory, management and regulatory financial reporting. Applicants will have up to date knowledge of UK GAAP and IFRS and be experienced in managing staff within an accounts department.

Key Responsibilities:
Ensuring the Group's statutory, management and regulatory financial reporting is timely, accurate and in accordance with regulatory requirements and accounting standards.
Preparation of annual budgets and forecasting for all entities within the group, including financial strategy and planning.
Day to day operational management of the Finance team, communicating effectively, setting objectives, providing training and monitoring performance, with the ultimate goal of achieving departmental targets.
Review and submission of quarterly group VAT return.
Providing accounting and strategic financial support for Group projects.
Managing and developing effective systems and procedures, driving continuous improvements.
Responsible for managing the audit process of all Group companies.

Skills & Experience:
Qualified Accountant (ACCA/ ACA/ CIMA) with a minimum of 3 years PQE.
c5 years experience working within financial services.
Up to date knowledge of UK GAAP and IFRS.
Good organisational and interpersonal skills.
Experienced in managing staff within an accounts department.
Strong IT skills, including Excel modelling skills.

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm with additional hours as required, competitive salary plus benefits.

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