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Job Purpose:
Senior Dealing Administrator required to join a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management to undertake all activities to progress the customer service request in accordance with local procedures and guidelines.

Key Responsibilities:
Liaising with fund houses and other relevant parties to progress the customer's request
Liaise with appropriate internal technical authorities to resolve queries raised to the team
Provide and update management on performance information as required
Checking own work to ensure that it complies with procedures and meets customer's expectations

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 2 years in financial services , preferably with an investments background
At least 4 GCSE's Grade C to include Maths and English and/or NVQ Level 1 - or equivalent

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5pm - 35 hour work week
Market rate salary and comprehensive benefits package

Job Purpose:
Training & Competency Manager (RDR Level 4 qualified) required to join an expanding IFA business on the Isle of Man in a permanent capacity, to lead the IFA team and ensure the highest level of advice is provided to clients. The role holder will work closely with and undertake technical direction from the Managing Director to ensure smooth application of the Training & Competency regime to high level standards

Key Responsibilities:
Supervise advisers within your span of control
Lead a successful, motivated, compliant regulated team by setting defined objectives and conduct appraisals to measure achievement
Provide suitability of advice oversight and supervise team according to experience. Work closely with Compliance to resolve regulated complaints in a timely manner
Identify knowledge or skills gaps and apply coherent plans to close any gaps identified
Support adviser Induction Training, to assist in the development of new entrants' knowledge of compliant behaviours towards competent status by 'close supervision' monitoring
Support IFAs in developing their business goals & objectives. Demonstrate and share knowledge and understanding
Maintain accurate records relating to T&C and related matters
Support the firm's Compliance function, to coordinate, oversee and support complaint cases
To provide oversight of pre review cases prior to final sign-off by the Managing Director
To supervise and monitor business risks in accordance with regulatory requirements and internal procedures. Complete tasks in accordance with the Training and Competence scheme
Control and, as necessary, input into the production, maintenance and quality of the content of Financial Planning Reports
Provide coaching to both IFAs and Client Managers in order to drive up excellence throughout the Company
Conduct appraisals
To demonstrate and apply technical skills, market and product knowledge to a level that will support business development
Keep abreast of regulatory and legislative requirements and be prompt to act on relevant changes

Skills & Experience:
Proven experience gained at a senior level within an IFA, banking or regulatory environment with a highly developed understanding and knowledge of all areas of financial planning
Experience in training, coaching and constructive feedback
Well-developed written communication skills, able to construct logical, clear and concise documentation appropriate to given audience
Understand current regulations and how they apply to clients
Qualified to RDR level 4 or above

Hours & Benefits:
Market rate salary and comprehensive benefits

Job Purpose:
Investment Administrator required to join a private wealth organisation, accountable for administering corporate actions in relation to the assets held by their clients.

Key Responsibilities:
Administering the processing of corporate actions
Evaluating and validating corporate action data
Communicating with decision makers to determine elective action on corporate events
Applying tax accurately across corporate actions
Stock reconciliation in preparation for corporate action processing
Managing the dedicated corporate actions inbox
Administering restricted liquidity and other impaired assets

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 3 years' experience within an investment focused position
Preferred: to have passed, or be studying towards, a suitable investment administration qualification at level 3 or above such as the Investment Operations Certificate (IOC) or an equivalent investment related qualification
Previous experience in a corporate actions role would be advantageous
An understanding of Shareholder Rights Directive II would be preferable

Hours & Benefits:
Full Time working hours
Competitive salary and benefits package

Job Purpose:
A leading Fiduciary organisation are seeking an experienced Administrator to join their Investor Services team on a permanent basis. You'll work on a varied portfolio of fund structures, with duties including deal processing, due diligence reviews, preparing payments, and Worldchecks/searches.

Key Responsibilities:
Day-to-day administration of a varied and complex portfolio of fund structures
Maintenance and administration of shareholder activity and registers on an investor services platform
Prepare regular bank reconciliations
Issuing of shareholder information and responding to shareholder emails and enquiries

Skills & Experience:
Knowledge and understanding of fund administration, AML, Diligence and/or FATCA/CRS
Proficient in the use of online banking systems
Excellent organisational and time management skills, with the ability to multi task
Excellent written and oral communication skills

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours (35 hours p/w); Competitive salary and company benefits package

Job Purpose:
A Private Wealth organisation based in central Douglas are seeking an experienced New Business Administrator on a six-month fixed-term contract basis. The role holder will be primarily involved in the account opening process, account maintenance, data integrity, and adhering to AML regulations.

Key Responsibilities:
Review new business applications for both corporate and personal clients
Use of 3rd party systems to check KYC, CDD, and sanctions
Make capable and effective decisions and escalate problems within reporting lines

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience in a dedicated New Business role is essential
Sound understanding of personal and corporate AML, CDD, and EDD requirements needed for account onboarding
Effective time management skills, capable of meeting challenging deadlines

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours (35 hours p/w); Salary commensurate with relevant skills and experience

Job Purpose:
An international Life Assurance organisation are seeking a Settlements Analyst, to join their wider Settlements & Investments Accounting Team. Reporting to the Settlements Manager, this position will handle the settlement of all investment related transactions across client portfolios in a timely and efficient manner.

Key Responsibilities:
Settlement processing
Monitoring and clearing of any outstanding bank and asset reconciliation items
Query handling and problem solving with a range of internal and external parties

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience in a similar role is essential
A good understanding of the different types of investments of a single premium policy and the markets they settle in
Knowledge of stockbroking and custodian working practices

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours (35 hours p/w); Salary commensurate with relevant skills and experience; Full company benefits package

Job Purpose:
An Administrator is required to join the Settlements department of an International Wealth Management organisation based in central Douglas. Joining in a permanent capacity, the successful applicant will process the contract notes and physical settlement of all investment trades.

Key Responsibilities:
Daily processing, checking, and reconciliation of subscription & redemption trades, dividends, and rebates.
Assist/oversee the production and issue of quarterly valuations.
Daily cash processing od settlement deals on EQ/Banking systems and processing of custody transactions.
Production and timely execution of settlement documentation, including preparation of the sealing register.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum 2 year's previous experience within the finance or Life Assurance industry.
Previous experience working within Dealing or Investment Operations area.
Good knowledge of MS Office applications, including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with ability to compose good standard ad hoc letters/fax.
Good numeracy skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours (35 hour working week); competitive salary; full company benefits package.

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