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Job Purpose:
A Finance Senior Administrator is required to ensure that the financial and management information reported on the group and partnership entities is accurate and representative of the financial results, including the support of finance impacts of change, automation projects or new Group reporting requirements

Key Responsibilities:
Ensure all management information packs are prepared in accordance with the service level agreements and internal reporting timetable
Ensure all financial information accurately reflects the results of the entity, with variances investigated and reported
Support the recorded, managed and payment of supplier/employee invoices/expenses
To ensure all manual adjustments, trust invoices and service related postings are recorded accurately and on a timely basis
Ensure all external invoicing is completed in line with the relative agreements
To challenge and improve controls, policies and procedures within the finance team and department as a whole

Skills & Experience:
Practical experience in an accounting function is essential
Experience in offshore financial services/insurance sector is desirable
CAT or part qualified ACCA/ACA or qualified by experience
Competent with nominal ledger accounting system - preferably SUN accounts
Good accounting skills such as double entry
IT/computer skills with intermediate MS Excel

Hours & Benefits:
Full-time, core business hours, attractive salary & benefits package

Job Purpose:
An experienced Senior Administrator is sought by a leading fiduciary organisation based in central Douglas. Joining on a permanent basis, you'll be responsible for the accurate and efficient administration of a portfolio of entities, including asset leasing companies, holding companies and various trust structures

Key Responsibilities:
Setting up and maintaining accurate and complete records for client entities, utilising existing technology (Viewpoint/AdEx/client files)
Attending to client needs in a timely, professional manner and maintaining knowledge and control over assets and activities of entities administered
Liaise with all interacting intermediaries including corporate administrators, bankers, protectors, investment advisors, settlors and beneficiaries
Assist the Manager in the supervision of Administrators as required

Skills & Experience:
Holds or is prepared to work towards a professional qualification (e.g. ACCA, ICSA, STEP)
Broad knowledge of trust and administration and company administration, together with accounting and investment knowledge
Demonstrates the ability to deal effectively and courteously with clients and colleagues and exercises discretion and confidentiality at all times

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours; Salary commensurate with relevant skills and experience; Company benefits package

Job Purpose:
Senior Trust & Company Administrator required to administer a portfolio of trust and company structures including bookkeeping and accounts review, the successful applicant will be responsible for all aspects of day to day trust & company administration for a portfolio of clients

Key Responsibilities:
Direct client and intermediary contact both written and verbal
Maintain trust and company accounts
Produce minutes
Build and maintain relationships with key clients, introducers and intermediaries
Carry out administration tasks to assigned deadlines

Skills & Experience:
Demonstrable trust industry experience in a similar role
Hold a relevant qualification i.e. STEP/ICSA or equivalent
Good understanding of trustee and director duties and responsibilities
Excellent working knowledge of fiduciary services

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, core business hours - salary in line with skills & experience

Job Purpose:
Actuarial Analyst required to join an international Life Assurance provider on a permanent basis. The successful applicant will work within a team of highly skilled actuaries and will gain experience by rotating between the key actuarial functions of corporate centre reporting, regulatory reporting, planning, product pricing, risk management & projects. You will be expected to make progress towards qualification as a Fellow of the Institute of Faculty Actuaries.

Key Responsibilities:
Update and maintain existing documentation of procedures
Ensure data used in calculations is accurate and free from errors
Produce accurate and timely financial data for regulators, local management, corporate centre and other stakeholders
Communicate results of any calculations in a clear concise way to other team members and internal/external customers

Skills & Experience:
High degree of numeracy
Holds passes or exemptions from some Core Principles exams of the Faculty of Actuaries would be advantageous
Strong degree or equivalent in maths/actuarial science or related subject
Keen interest in data analytics
Self-motivated, curious and pro-active approach to work

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary - full time core business hours. Comprehensive benefits package including car parking & pension.

Job Purpose:
Actuarial Management Reporting Manager required to join an International Life Assurance provider on a permanent basis. The successful applicant will provide financial information and analysis to group and local management.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide the information required for financial and management reporting, including monthly liability valuation, monthly profit estimates, analysis of profits
Complete embedded value calculations, for reporting to management and corporate centre
Manage calculations for risk based capital, risk based return measure and replicating portfolio product cash flow information
Complete 3 year budgets for the life and investments business as part of planning cycle

Skills & Experience:
Ideally qualified actuary or nearly qualified
BA degree (or equivalent standard) educated
Proven experience within the life insurance industry, particularly in a finance role
Experience of risk based reserving an advantage
In depth knowledge of actuarial techniques and accounting rules - relevant to reporting work

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary - full time core business hours. Comprehensive benefits package including car parking & pension.

Job Purpose:
A Compliance Manager, responsible for the implementation of the compliance program focusing on the area of Monitoring and Oversight, is required for an International Life business.

Key Responsibilities:
Inputs into and drives the design, build and implementation of the BU compliance plans
SME in providing advice and guidance to management and employees on matters relating to regulatory risk
Drives project work relating to area of expertise within the Compliance function and /or in cross functional projects
Support the business with implementation of corrective action plans for resolution of problematic compliance matters
Provide support to draft reports to Executive management, oversight committees and regulators
Provide support to establish, enhance and implement relevant compliance policies and procedures
Drives the implementation and reporting of required compliance training for all employees
Ensures the team keeps track of industry regulatory developments and communicates their impact to the business
Manages compliance with Data Protection regulations
Ensures the delivery of day to day support to the business on a wide range of Compliance matters
Manage, motivate and develop a team of compliance professionals
Support and work in a collaborative manner with branch and regional compliance teams

Skills & Experience:
Extensive experience of the Isle of Man FSA regulatory environment and preferably the international environment
Professional recognised compliance qualification
Experience of Data Protection regulations ideally with a relevant qualification
Financial services experience, predominantly in the life sector with compliance / legal / regulatory understanding
Possess excellent verbal and written communications skills
Highly organised and motivated and able to create and work in a collaborative environment
People manager
Self-motivated, innovative, enthusiastic and forward thinking
Demonstrate agility to adapt to change and see it as a positive challenge.
Excellent attention to detail with an emphasis on quality, demonstrating accountability at all times

Hours & Benefits:
Attractive salary plus a generous benefits package including bonus and defined contribution pension scheme

Job Purpose:
A Trust & Company Administrator is required for a growing CSP, to administer a portfolio of clients, liaising with banks, brokers and other relevant parties involved in the client relationship

Key Responsibilities:
Have a clear understanding of all clients, including their overall relationships within structures, and with regard to jurisdictional and regulatory requirements
Demonstrate a basic understanding of any regulatory changes
Compliance with all statutory requirements including filing of annual returns (AR) and ensure all client entities within own portfolio of clients are in good standing
Monitor client cash flow, and assist with invoicing tasks and chase debts to strict deadlines
Drafting and finalising board minutes, resolutions and agendas as required
Completion of annual compliance reviews including resolution of all outstanding action points
Assist with specific transactions including sale and purchase of assets, investments and other corporate changes

Skills & Experience:
Professional qualification (ICSA or STEP) is preferred, part-qualified will be considered
Experience managing own portfolio of clients
Knowledge of Viewpoint would be advantageous
Able to work on own initiative to achieve desired results

Hours & Benefits:
Full time working hours & additional benefits package

Job Purpose:
A qualified Legal Assistant required to join our clients' legal team on a fixed-term contract basis.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide legal input and support to a broad range of corporate and commercial matters.

Skills & Experience:
The ideal candidate will have sound drafting skills
Educated to degree standard
A strong interest in the online gaming sector would be advantageous
A good understanding of regulatory and legislative requirements is essential.
Capable of working independently and to tight deadlines, with the flexibility to adapt to ad-hoc tasks.
A candidate who can demonstrate they have proven extra-curricular experience to add to their CV and portfolio of skills would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours, market rate salary plus paid holidays

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

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