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Job Purpose:
A Unit Linked Fund Services Analyst is sought by a leading Life Assurance organisation based in the south of the island. The role holder will deliver the technical content, systems changes, and impact analysis for the ongoing operation of company investment funds.

Key Responsibilities:
Deliver the fund events process according to approved guidelines
Support the business in delivery of new fund launches, changes, and closures
Deliver targeted impact assessments and change requirements to appropriate business units
Liaise with outsourced vendors, custodians, and contractors to ensure regular fund information is correctly reflected and updated

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience in a similar role within Life Assurance is highly preferred
An investment management qualification (CISI) would be advantageous
Knowledge of investment markets and regularity regimes

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

Job Purpose:
Rebate Manager to join the Fund and Investment Team of an International Life organisation to provide and implement a robust control environment to ensure the Company receives the rebates that it is owed from both its Unit Linked mirror fund range, as well as its direct holdings.

Key Responsibilities:
Paying rebates, in order to calculate the rebates owed to the Company
Building and maintaining a control to monitor and track the levels of rebates that should be received from each fund and fund manager
Reconciling the level of rebates received into the company bank accounts against those expected
Identifying levels of rebates which are not as expected and taking responsibility to contact the fund managers directly by phone to discuss the levels of rebates received to resolve any gaps
Regular production of Rebates Management Information (MI) statistics in order to display to senior management the positive progress being made

Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 3 years in a similar Funds/ Investments position
Technical knowledge and understanding of all areas of fund ranges and asset types with an understanding of the risks faced within an investment environment
Excellent communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex issues in an easily understood manner
An Investment Management qualification is desirable

Hours & Benefits:
Standard working hours 9am -5pm -35 hour work week
Competitive Salary and benefits package with onsite car parking

Job Purpose:
An Investment Analyst is sought by a leading Life Assurance organisation based in the south of the island. The successful applicant will support the Investment Manager in executing the company investment strategy relating to their Unit Linked, Open Architecture, and Shareholder assets

Key Responsibilities:
Review the performance of unit linked funds through a combination of qualitative and quantitative methodologies
Support investment related projects
Ensure that assets held within the company's products continue to comply with local regulatory and tax requirements
Reply professionally to enquiries from distributors regarding technical aspects of investment funds

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience in technical investment role, ideally within offshore Life Assurance, is essential
An investment management qualification (CISI) would be advantageous
Experience of the international investment market, particularly in relation to alternative investments, private equity, and international stock markets

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

Job Purpose:
Investment Manager required to support the Oversight & Controls Manager in an International Life company, you will be required to execute the investment strategy and policy relating to the companies Unit Linked, Open Architecture and Shareholder assets and manage the development of the unit linked fund range with key business stakeholders

Key Responsibilities:
Develop and maintain the Investments Governance Framework and ensure compliance with the framework in line with company Policies and Standards
Conduct a quantitative and qualitative governance program to assess ongoing performance of a range of mirror funds
Lead investment related projects and act as subject matter expert to support company initiatives and regulatory compliance
Maintain legal agreements and investment mandates governing relationships with fund houses for a range of unit linked funds
Draft, submit and present reports, management information, review papers, analysis papers, and commercial and governance proposal papers to the Friends Provident Investments Committee for approval or noting
Act as key interface with the Investment Team (Finance) and Investment Experts (Products) in delivering a proposition that meets target customer segments and distribution requirements

Skills & Experience:
3-5 years in an offshore life insurance company, investment or finance related environment (sales, investment proposition, product development, consultant liaison, portfolio management
Strong influencing, negotiation, communication & relationship skills ensuring gravitas to engage key clients and the ability articulate sophisticated funds management concepts at all levels
Ability to interpret legislation and identify opportunities and risks arising from legislative changes
Marketing skills at both written and oral level, with a proven ability to convey complex investment concepts to different audience groups, from experienced investment professionals to laypersons
Investment quantitative and qualitative analytical skills to assess fund performance to facilitate fund closure/ fund launch decision making

Hours & Benefits:
Full Time Permanent hours -35 hours per week
Market rate salary

Job Purpose:
An Insurance Technician is sought on an initial 6 month contract basis by a well-known, central Douglas-based Insurance company. The role holder will declare, close, and debit Additional Premiums; alongside assisting the wider team with efficient administration to keep the department running smoothly.

Key Responsibilities:
Declare all Additional Premiums on BoWoS and confirm to members that cover is in place
Extend cover to members
Debiting and emailing all AP documents, and closing APs
Deal with AP member queries

Skills & Experience:
A very strong graduate would be considered, though insurance experience is highly preferred
Exceptional attention to detail
Confident communicator, comfortable dealing with clients and customers

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours; Salary in line with relevant skills and experience

Job Purpose:
Accounts Payable Assistant required to join an established technology company in a permanent capacity. The role holder will be responsible for working under the direction of the Group Financial Controller, the Accounts Payable Assistant will have primary responsibility for assisting with any accounts payable processes for the Group. You will have responsibility for ensuring that all purchase invoices are paid within relevant credit terms, all invoices are supported by appropriate approvals, resolving queries and reconciling supplier accounts.

Key Responsibilities:
Timely collation of all purchase invoices and personal expense claims received via various methods e.g. e-mail, online accounts, post etc.
Post purchase invoices and personal expense claims into accounting system
Match purchase invoices to approved purchase orders
Send purchase invoices out for payment approval from department heads
Assisting in preparation of weekly supplier payment run for all approved invoices, ensuring invoices are paid within credit terms

Skills & Experience:
A minimum 2 years' experience in a similar position
Experience of accounting software packages (preferably QuickBooks and/or Sage), proven ability to learn new software packages
Good knowledge of Microsoft Office products, in particular Excel
Good organisational skills with ability to multi-task and have attention to detail

Hours & Benefits:
Structured working pattern- core business hours, competitive rates of pay and comprehensive benefits package, Douglas based, parking onsite

Job Purpose:
A Payments Administrator is sought by an international bank based in central Douglas, in a permanent capacity. The successful applicant will accurately undertake the processing of payment instructions, reconciliations, and payment investigations work.

Key Responsibilities:
Validate, authorise, process, and release outward payments accurately and timeously
Book and process foreign exchange transactions
Perform reconciliations on Nostro accounts that are allocated to the unit
Participate in and support the resolution of queries relation to Payment investigations

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within the banking sector is essential
Good knowledge and understanding of payments processing
5 GCSEs at grade C or above (inc. Maths & English)

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

Job Purpose:
Dealing & Settlements Administrator required on a permanent basis to join an International Wealth Management organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
Confirming receipt of all trades placed and updating trade details to the system
Processing transfer requests
Investigating outstanding redemption payments
Custody trade processing on all the custodian systems

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 2 year experience in Financial Services
Experience of working within or dealing with an Investment Operations area
5 x GCSE (or equivalent) grade C or above English and Maths

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive Salary, Douglas based employer

Job Purpose:
Banking Operations Administrator required to join a Wealth Management company, as part of the Exceptions Team you will assist daily with the monitoring of Inward and Outward payments, PEP alerts, complete SAR's and assist with the client risk reviews.

Key Responsibilities:
Develop Service Procedures, Policies and Standards of Service
Assist in the implementation for AML Trac and Bottomline
Attend various project meetings and maintaining accurate notes
Work closely with internal and external clients, to ensure the highest standards of client services are maintained at all times

Skills & Experience:
2 years' minimum experience in banking , preferably within an Investigations and Fraud Team
Strong AML back ground and a good understanding of payments and PEP Alerts
ICA in anti-money laundering would be beneficial but not essential

Hours & Benefits:
Full Time hours - 37.5 hours per week Flexibility in working hours
Market Rate salary

Job Purpose:
Accounts Payable Senior Administrator required to support the Financial Accounting team of leading wealth management organisation

Key Responsibilities:
Monitoring financial control framework to ensure financial information is accurate
Purchase ledger, ensuring costs agreed are in line with expenditure policies
Support the reporting requirements of the business

Skills & Experience:
Experience working in a purchase ledger team environment using computerised accounts packages
Excellent communication skills
Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages

Hours & Benefits:
Onsite car parking, excellent remuneration package

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