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Senior Trust and Corporate Administrator required to join a leading Investor Services group to support fund managers, global companies, family offices and private clients operating worldwide

Key Responsibilities:
Trust and Corporate Administration duties, meeting deadlines and providing exceptional service to clients
Update risk processes and identify any risks or concerns and report them

Skills & Experience:
Significant experience in a Fiduciary environment with an understanding of the relevant laws relating to the 'Trust Company Business'
Working knowledge of Microsoft packages including Excel, Outlook and Word
Ability to demonstrate effective communication and relationship skills
Experience in a supervisory role

Hours & Benefits:
Full Time Permanent hours - 9.15am - 5.15pm
Market Rate salary with company Benefits


Job Purpose:
Highly experienced Senior Trust & Company Administrator, with up to 10 years industry experience, is required for a new role with a property administration focus within an established International Fiduciary Services Group. The role will involve working with a key Group client on property transactions, undertaking the associated administration responsibilities and previous in-depth experience of this work is considered essential.

Key Responsibilities:
Managing an active portfolio of client entities, with a significant property focus
Experienced in developing strong working relationships with key stakeholders both internally and externally
Used to fulfilling administration and statutory responsibilities for an active portfolio

Skills & Experience:
A number of years experience within Trust & Company Administration, ideally at a Senior Administration level to include significant experience of managing an active property portfolio
Potentially applicants will be professionally qualified or be interested in completing their studies, but extensive industry experience will also be considered
Excellent client relationship management skills and used to both working as part of a team and liaising with key internal stakeholders
Strong administration background and regulatory understanding

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

Job Purpose:
Experienced Corporate & Trust Administrator with understanding of corporate, trust and foundation clients, is required to effectively manage a diverse portfolio within a small and growing Fiduciary Services team in the North of the Island.

Key Responsibilities:
Administering Companies and Foundations that hold a variety of assets, including residential and commercial property and private yachts
Providing excellent customer service to clients and intermediaries
Keeping accurate records and managing invoicing and debtors
Preparing and filing statutory documents and Formation and Dissolution procedures
Bookkeeping for client entities

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within Corporate and Trust Administration, ideally having upwards of 2 years industry experience
Ideally an interest in undertaking or completing professional qualifications, although this is not essential
Positive and enthusiastic approach, used to working autonomously but also as part of a small and friendly team and liaising effectively with clients and intermediaries

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary commensurate with experience /qualifications and plus benefits, to include car parking


Job Purpose:
Qualified (ICSA, STEP or other) and highly experienced Senior Fiduciary Client Services Manager is required to act as a relationship lead for a portfolio of HNW clients holding international Trust & Company structures, within a leading International Financial Services Group. Applicants should have extensive experience of managing complex structures and a diverse range of asset classes, globally. They will combine a proactive and professional approach, with comprehensive technical knowledge of commercial transactions, with associated travel being required.

Key Responsibilities:
Effective relationship management of a portfolio of HNW clients holding complex international trust and company structures, covering multiple asset classes, globally
Provision of a consistent first class service for clients and advisors, in line with company procedures and regulatory requirements
Client and intermediary meetings, involving travel and the cross selling of diverse company services; potentially also utilising an individual's existing professional network
Acting as a director for client companies and assisting with the development of new products, as required
Likely to include the management of some client service teams, in future

Skills & Experience:
Qualified (ICSA, STEP or other) and technically strong Senior Fiduciary Client Services manager, with excellent knowledge and experience of complex structures and managing diverse assets for International HNW clients
Highly driven, commercial and proactive, used to managing and participating in client and intermediary meetings and effectively cross-selling diverse company services; varying amounts of travel is likely to be required
Effective team manager; potentially will undertake management of some client management teams in future

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, highly competitive salary and benefits in line with experience and qualifications


Job Purpose:
The experienced Senior Trust & Company Administrator will be part of a team based in the South of the island, delivering effective and efficient trust and corporate administration services to a diverse client base.

Key Responsibilities:
Responsible for a diverse and complex portfolio of trusts, companies and partnerships including:
Undertaking all day to day administration, bookkeeping and minutes Liaison with clients and intermediaries, attending client meetings as required
Conducting investment and annual reviews
Reviewing Bookkeeping records and preparing accounts files to allow for preparation of year-end accounts
Responsibility for client billing and debt collection

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 5 years experience within a Fiduciary Services. Administration Applicants are expected to be working towards or holding a relevant professional qualification such as ICSA or STEP. Strong communication and organisational skills, experienced in building and maintaining positive working relationships with clients and intermediaries
Positive approach, should be used to working both independently as well as part of a team

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


Job Purpose:
An experienced Senior Trust & Company Administrator is sought to join a proactive Fiduciary team of an International Financial Services Group. Ideally the applicant will already be STEP or ICSA qualified, or be interested in completing their studies. The role requires the management of a broad portfolio of client entities, maintaining company records and requiring strong technical understanding.

Key Responsibilities:
All aspects of administration of multi-jurisdictional trust and companies, including maintaining accurate records.
Professional liaison with clients, professional advisors and other third parties.
Ensuring compliance with internal and regulatory procedures, to include risk and client reviews.

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 5 years experience in the administration of trusts and international companies.
Ideally already professionally qualified (STEP/ICSA) or interested to complete studies, although relevant experience may also be considered.
Strong technical knowledge and experience to include AML and other regulatory matters
Organised, proactive and positive approach.
Experienced in developing strong professional working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

Hours & Benefits:
37.5 hours a week, market rate salary in line with experience and qualifications and plus benefits.

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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