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Job Purpose:
Relationship Support Analyst required within the Commercial Banking team of an international banking organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide a wide spectrum of support to the Relationship Managers to enable them to meet customer needs, improve client engagement and maximize operational efficiency.
Enable proactive client management by attending client meetings with Relationship Managers as necessary and acting as the first point of contact for customers on daily credit-related enquiries.
Prepare appropriate analysis, proposals and presentations to prospective customers.
Support the RM on day-to-day activities including client planning, pipeline management, coordination with product partners and ensuring data and call reports are updated accurately and in a timely manner.
Undertake financial, credit and profitability analysis, and prepare the credit application or renewal for RM review and submission for approval.
Support the RM with third party liaison, including discussions with external professional service providers e.g. advocates, corporate finance advisors and valuers.

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 3 years Previous experience of working in the Financial Services sector.
Self-starter with demonstrable capability to prioritise demanding workloads and deliver by due dates/within Credit timeframes.
A track record of gaining an understanding of customers' needs and delivering excellent customer service.
Knowledge of Corporate, Commercial and/or Business Banking lending products would be advantageous.
Experience working in a customer facing role in a Corporate/Commercial Banking environment with knowledge of Financial Crime Compliance/KYC/AML reporting requirements is desirable.

Hours & Benefits:
Business hours.
Competitive salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:
Business Risk Manager, required to join leading International Bank to provide risk management support for the overseas business area including customer due diligence, anti-money laundering and operational risk.

Key Responsibilities:
Identify and provide solutions to a wide range of business risk management issues.
Support the core risk objectives, managing key risk processes and situations, alongside cascading new risk policies.
Liaising with external businesses including, Fiduciary, Captive, International, Local Market and Corporate clients.

Skills & Experience:
Practical expertise and experience in banking and business risk management.
Good understanding of KYC, CDD, AML requirements for corporate and trust clients is preferred.
Commercially minded and ability to manage a range of internal and external stakeholder relationships.

Hours & Benefits:
Excellent benefits package, market salary, business hours.

Job Purpose:
Test Analyst, responsible for the preparation and execution of the testing of delivered IT solutions, sought by international Life Assurance company.

Key Responsibilities:
Supporting the full test phase of delivery for business IT solutions.
Ensuring the successful deployment of changes to business production systems and processes.
Ensuring that all testing is carried out within agreed company standards.

Skills & Experience:
Currently working, or willing to work, towards obtaining ISEB / ISTQB Testing Foundation certificate.
2 years' experience in a similar testing role, preferably within Life Assurance.
Ability to work independently & flexibly to meet strict deadlines.
Good understanding of test tools (inc. Quality Centre) and effective testing techniques.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours, competitive salary commensurate with skills and experience.

Job Purpose:
Experienced and ideally qualified (ACCA, CIMA) Management Accountant with a background within commercial / management accounting roles, is sought to join the team of an island-wide retailer.

Key Responsibilities:
As part of the Senior Management team, this individual will work with a commercial approach and alongside other key stakeholders across other functions within the business, to review financial performance and achieve business objectives.
Responsible for providing timely and insightful commercial analysis to the business, including propositions, forecasts and budgets.
Take ownership of the budgeting and forecasting process and all aspects of the production of timely and accurate monthly management accounts information, including commentary.
Management of daily cash balances.
Prepare year-end accounts and support the annual audit with the associated liaison with external auditors.

Skills & Experience:
Either qualified or nearing completion of a relevant accounting qualification (e.g. ACCA / CIMA).
c3 years' experience in a Commercial/ Management Accounting role, used to commercial analysis and interpretation of data within an active trading business, aiding financial decisions.
Strong analytical, organisational and numerical skills.
Excellent communication skills; having the ability to present financial data to operational management in a clear and concise manner.
It would be an advantage to have previous experience within multi-site retail / FMCG environment, also encompassing stock management.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours, market rate depending upon experience & qualifications, plus company benefits.

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Job Purpose:
The Senior Group Accountant will primarily support the Head of Finance with the timely and accurate preparation of all group company and client statutory and management accounts.

Key Responsibilities:
Assisting with the production of regulatory returns for appropriate group divisions and jurisdictions.
Supporting the Head of Finance with the timely and accurate preparation of all group company and client statutory and management accounts.
Financial reporting on cash balances for group companies and debtor and creditor accounts.
Monitoring and controlling group budgets.
Assisting with Group Audit and being responsible for liaison with group auditors to finalise both Company and (Captives) Client Accounts.
Supervising, coaching and mentoring members of the finance team.

Skills & Experience:
ACA/ACCA qualified.
A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role.
A good understanding of Isle of Man regulatory and compliance legislation.
Experience of staff supervision.
Ideally some understanding of fund and investment management, insurance and pension legislation along with experience of Life Assurance, Captives and Pensions.

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

Job Purpose:
Senior Accounts Analyst required within the technical support team of an international investment services company. This opportunity is on a 12 month contract basis.

Key Responsibilities:
Monitoring and resolving reconciliation breaks.
Verification, allocation and payment of vendor invoices generated from purchase orders and invoices.
Preparing annual budget forecasts for vendor amounts payable.
General ledger account reconciliation between investment admin system, general ledger and external accounts.
Understanding and resolving cash and asset breaks, including creating GL journals to fix issues and correcting system entries.
External stakeholder management dealing with fund houses and custodians in clearing cash and asset breaks.
Lead project to in source asset reconciliations to investment services.

Skills & Experience:
Part Qualified Accountant or PQE.
Strong governance background preferably within a unit linked environment.
Understanding of SAP, investment administration systems and double entry bookkeeping.
Excellent communication skills required.

Hours & Benefits:
Business hours. Attractive salary with training and development opportunities plus a generous benefits package including; bonus, defined contribution pension scheme and on-site parking.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Fiduciary Services Administrator, ideally with previous experience within either or both Yachting and Aviation administration, is sought by an International Trust & Corporate Service Provider.

Key Responsibilities:
Administration of a portfolio of clients, under supervision of a team leader with work including drafting of minutes and resolutions, execution of routine transactions and the completion of annual reviews.
Drafting standard correspondence.
Maintenance of client records.
Liaison with clients and intermediaries.
Ensuring compliance with company standards, policies and procedures.

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within professional Trust and Corporate Services administration and a willingness to further develop knowledge and potentially undertake appropriate professional studies (with support).
Strong communication and organisational skills.
It would be advantageous to already have an understanding of either Yachting and/or Aviation administration.

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

Job Purpose:
The experienced Client Services Manager will join a growing team of an established International Fiduciary Services organisation. They should have a number of years experience at a senior level within Trust & Corporate Services, including the hands-on management of a complex and high value client portfolio.

Key Responsibilities:
Taking responsibility for a particularly complex and high-value client portfolio, undertaking all associated administration and ensuring compliance with internal procedures and regulations.
Working in a timely and accurate manner, being used to professional liaison with clients
Ensuring that reporting deadlines are met.

Skills & Experience:
Extensive industry understanding, with experience at a senior level within the Trust and Corporate Services industry.
Ideally also ICSA/STEP qualified.
Strong communication and organisational skills.
Able to work both independently as well as part of a team.

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

  • Dependent on Experience
Job Purpose:
The experienced Assistant Manager, Trust & Corporate Services will join a growing team of a Douglas based Fiduciary Services organisation. A number of years experience at a senior level within Trust & Corporate Services is required, including the diverse and hands-on management of a varied client portfolio. Part or fully qualified ICSA or STEP would be advantageous.

Key Responsibilities:
Supporting the Directors of the business, the successful candidate will proactively manage a portfolio of clients.
This includes a spectrum of administration requirements, from new business to management of a variety assets within Trust and Corporate Structures and including annual file reviews.
Ensuring compliance with internal procedures and regulations.
Used to developing strong working relationships with clients and intermediaries and meeting deadlines.
This individual may either prefer to work autonomously or take responsibility for the management and development of a small team, as preferred.

Skills & Experience:
Extensive experience within Trust and Corporate Services, at a senior level.
Ideally part qualified or fully qualified industry professional e.g. ICSA/ STEP.
Strong communication and organisational skills.
Confident in working autonomously or managing and developing a small team.

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm, salary commensurate with experience /qualifications and plus benefits.

Job Purpose:
Deputy Financial Crime Officer required to join a global wealth management group, to act as a mentor for the financial crime team and supporting the Financial Crime Officer.

Key Responsibilities:
Act as a mentor to the Financial Crime Team by anticipating and providing timely and effective communication to ensure financial crime risk is understood and appropriately applied.
Act as a senior member of Risk & Regulation Function in support of the Financial Crime Officer and provides thought leadership and drive to set and deliver the vision and plans for the function.
Build and maintain strong relationships with the Financial Crime function and other colleagues in industry to promote the sharing of best practice and represents the Risk and Regulation department to a high professional standard.
Be willing to take a SME role in driving risk related change across the business and provide commercial and value adding facilitation and advice (which reflects both the business context in which the advice is being provided and the wider risk framework) on financial crime within the business.
Assist the Financial Crime Officer to define actions that will address shortcomings in 1st line management of financial crime.
Review exposure to Financial Crime and work with the Financial Crime Officer to ensure that Financial Crime risk is being identified, monitored and managed by 1st line to an appropriate appetite within each group entity.
Define relevant internal / external reporting requirements to meet regulatory or legislative requirements to enable the effective monitoring, management and reporting of Financial Crime risk and activity.
Escalation of key issues and risks directly to the Financial Crime Officer and where appropriate the Chief Risk Officer and Head of Financial Crime.
The Deputy Financial Crime Officer will also be the designated DMLRO for the company.

Skills & Experience:
Qualified compliance/risk professional with a wealth of experience across financial services.
Valid and valuable experience of IOM FSA regulatory requirements and standards.
Extensive technical knowledge of all aspects of risk and governance processes.
Working knowledge of financial products, industry practice and relevant financial crime legislation.
Experience of delivering risk management advice and assurance oversight in a regulated/multi jurisdictional financial services organisation.

Hours & Benefits:
Excellent benefits package, market rate salary, business hours.

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