Assistant Manager / Manager – Corporate


Our client is a leading global provider of alternative asset and corporate administration services delivering tailored fiduciary services to a highly valued international client base through a global network of regulated businesses within multiple leading financial jurisdictions.
They are seeking an Assistant Manager, reporting to a Senior Manager/Associate Director within their Corporate Services division to have responsibility for the provision of administrative support and relationship management to a varied, busy and complex client portfolio.

Key responsibilities:

• Support immediate management team with the delivery and implementation of divisional strategy and business targets;
• Develop and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues both in immediate department and wider departments/jurisdictions as required;
• Supervise and mentor a number of administrators who would typically be studying towards professional qualifications;
• Liaising with clients and third parties such as lawyers, auditors, bankers and investment managers as required;
• Preparation and implementation of customer specific procedures;
• Assisting with transaction management, including the drafting of necessary documentation and co-ordination of signing;
• Ensuring that reporting complies with client and statutory requirements and maintenance of statutory records;
• Awareness and arrangement of statutory filings within applicable deadlines;
• Organise and attend client meetings;
• Production of minutes of meetings;
• Processing of bank payments;
• Production and circulation of invoices, arranging settlement and debtor maintenance;
• Monitoring of WIP and billing in accordance with fee agreements and undertaking fee reviews where necessary;
• Monitor tasks on Console to ensure completion in a timely basis;
• Assisting with the collation of due diligence and customer take on procedures;
• Completion of periodic reviews on an annual basis;
• Providing training/mentoring to junior members of the team;
• Involvement with departmental projects as required;
• Pursue personal development of skills and knowledge necessary for the effective performance of the role.

Skills / experience required:

• Professional ICSA (or equivalent) qualification or studying towards;
• Minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience in the finance industry;
• Excellent communication and organisation skills;
• A good understanding of Jersey statutory laws and other related legal and regulatory requirements for example Anti-Money Laundering laws;
• Motivated and driven;

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