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Job Purpose:
Experienced Company Secretary required for a dynamic property development company based in Douglas, to maintain statutory books and records, ensure the timely filing of returns, convene board meetings and collate reporting, along with associated administration responsibilities.

Key Responsibilities:
Maintain statutory books and records, ensuring the timely filing of statutory returns
Convene board meetings including the collation of reports to form a board pack
Minute board of director meetings, assisting / managing action points and also including the preparation of shareholder resolutions
Incorporation of companies, assisting with group structuring and the administration of a busy portfolio of property owning and development companies

Skills & Experience:
Part or fully ICSA qualified desirable but not essential, with significant experience within Senior Administration work in Trust and Corporate Services also considered
Will meet key staff criteria to be able to hold Directorships, as needed
Enthusiastic approach, used to working both autonomously but also with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a small, dynamic team
Strong organisational skills with the ability to manage concurrent tasks and changing priorities
Potentially able to travel to the UK for board and project meetings

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm although flexibility in hours can also be considered, salary in line with experience and qualifications and with additional company benefits

Job Purpose:
Company & Trust Administrator with some previous experience in a similar role, is sought for a new role with an established Trust and Corporate Service Provider in central Douglas.

Key Responsibilities:
Assisting with the administration of a diverse portfolio of client entities, in accordance with legislation and procedures
Liaison with clients and intermediaries
Assisting with the completion of statutory requirements, including filing of annual returns, drafting of minutes and resolutions and annual compliance reviews

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within Corporate and Trust Administration, having some understanding of Trust & Corporate client entities and an interest in developing further knowledge
Though not essential, potentially an applicant may be interested in undertaking study of a relevant professional qualification
Positive and enthusiastic approach, enjoys working as part of a team

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5pm, competitive salary and benefits package


Job Purpose:
Marine and Aviation administrator required to work with the Manager and Business Development Director of a Trust and corporate organisation, the role holder will provide administration duties for a portfolio of client entities with support from the Manager of Marine & Aviation

Key Responsibilities:
Issue and settle invoices as appropriate and in a timely matter, and keep on top of debtors as a priority
Ensure all statutory filings are made within required timescales for all entities noted on client list, and all statutory books are kept up to date
Ensure all systems are up to date in respect of all entities assigned to client list
Record all time on Iris in a timely manner, making sure all records are up to date by the end of each quarter;
Inform the Manager of Marine & Aviation, company directors and trustees continuously updated on all relevant client matters

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 2 years' experience within a CSP organisation, Marine and Aviation administration experience is desired
Familiar with AML/CFT/ABC and Data Protection regulations
Excellent attention to detail with the ability to work on your own initiative

Hours & Benefits:
Full Time permanent hours
Salary dependant on experience - Car parking available

Job Purpose:
Trust & Company Administrator with around 2 years recent experience in the administration of trusts and international companies, is sought by an established team of a professional T/CSP Provider.

Key Responsibilities:
Undertaking the formation of trusts and incorporation of companies as well as managing ongoing administration requirements
Associated liaison with clients, professional advisors and contacts
Maintenance of records, ensuring due diligence
Following policies and procedures and ensuring compliance with AML/ TF/ KYC/ KYT principals

Skills & Experience:
Upwards of 2 years recent experience in the administration of Trusts and Companies
Strong organisational and communication skills
Used to prioritising work and working with a proactive approach
Experienced in working both independently, but also as part of, and with the support of, a team
Ideally, already studying or be willing to study STEP or ICSA, (with support provided)

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, Salary - competitive market rate, depending upon experience and qualifications, plus benefits

Job Purpose:
Qualified and experienced Senior Fiduciary Services professional, with a track record in business development, is sought by a growing International Fiduciary and Fund Services Group. Working as part of the senior leadership team, the role primarily requires the development of new business from both new and existing client relationships and global intermediaries for both the IOM office and wider group. Proficiency in another language could also be advantageous.

Key Responsibilities:
Developing relationships with international new business introducers, including law and accountancy firms and other financial services and wealth management organisations
Working closely with intermediaries, client advisors and the trust and corporate administration teams to identify and fulfil client needs, using solutions offered within the Group, as appropriate
Ensuring compliance with all regulatory and legal obligations

Skills & Experience:
Professionally qualified (STEP, ICSA, ACA/ ACCA), with extensive understanding of offshore structures and wealth planning; recognised as a technical expert both internally and externally
A proven track record in business development within Trust, Fiduciary, Corporate and Fund Services
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including oral and presentational skills
Strong leadership, analytical and organisational skills

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

Job Purpose:
Assistant VAT Consultant required to join an established, international professional services provider to assist in VAT solutions covering transactional and VAT planning advice.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide support to the servicing teams and clients regarding their day-to-day transactions, helping them to maximise clients' VAT position while meeting their compliance obligations in the everyday course of their business transactions.
Undertaking VAT planning to provide reassurance that the VAT treatment of certain projects or business deals are being effectively managed, legitimately minimising the VAT cost to clients' businesses in the Yachting, Aviation, Property, Gaming and Financial Services sectors.
Delivering a range of VAT training packages as required, tailored to specific requirements and the circumstances of clients and their businesses - as workshops or more detailed one-to-one training.
Carrying out VAT health checks and return reviews as required.
Attendance at VAT authorities' visits.
VAT penalty negotiation and mitigation.
General correspondence with VAT and customs authorities.
Representing the VAT Director at VAT and other meetings when required.
Working with the VAT Director to generate new business and develop new initiatives / strategies.
Ensuring compliance with company standards, policies and procedures, including confidentiality and data protection where appropriate.
Carrying out any other reasonable duties and responsibilities within the overall function, commensurate with the grading and level of responsibilities of the post.

Skills & Experience:
Ideally ATT qualified.
In-depth understanding of European VAT rules and legislation.
Trusted to undertake the careful analysis required to determine the relationships between relevant parties and the nature of goods or services supplied in order to ensure the VAT costs the client pays are accurate.
An inclusive, technically strong and knowledgeable person
Able to co-ordinate, collaborate with, use staff resources effectively.
Strong presentation skills

Hours & Benefits:
Permanent full time working hours- 9am -5.30pm.
Competitive salary and benefits package.

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