Dealing & Settlements Administrator

Permanent
  • Post Date: October 5, 2021
  • Isle of Man
Job Description

Role Responsibilities:
– Completion of the daily dealing and settlements processes with good understanding, meeting both internal and external deadlines and effective use of related systems
– Able to accurately create transactions and monitor these throughout their life cycle
– Timely completion of account opening and trading documentation
– Assist with reconciliations and data cleansing activities
– Completion of money out process and money in matching, which may also involve investigation work
– Overseeing policyholder valuations
– Maintaining third party relationships such as with fund managers, custodians and data vendors
– Asset set ups and reregistration
– Honesty and openness in all interactions, maintaining good relationships with all parties
– Understand and apply the Treating Customers Fairly principles in all aspects of the role, and able to evidence how TCF has been considered in any task
– Keen awareness of Data Protection requirements
– Ensure compliance and regulatory legislation requirements are met and adhered to
– Work as part of the team in a collaborative and constructive manner
– Support the team, including answering queries, checking, training, and coaching
– Complete work to meet set service standards and deadlines
– Demonstrate awareness of the potential risks of the area and be able to evidence the controls in place to mitigate them
– Highlight any efficiency opportunities within the area, suggesting changes
– Identify and report issues, suggesting solutions where possible

Skills & Experience Required:
– Experience using Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook)
– Minimum of 1 years’ experience in the Financial Services within an investment related role
– Proven experience of dealing with external parties such as fund managers, custodians, and financial advisers
– Good working knowledge of relevant regulatory framework and legislation
– Experience with dealing, settlements, in specie transfer, dividends, rebates and stock reconciliation
– Competent understanding of securities and investments
– Understanding of investment instruments, e.g. equities, bonds, collective investment Schemes, investment trusts, etc.
– Minimum of 5 x GCSE (or equivalent) grade C or above, including English and Maths
– Excellent communication skills both written & verbal

For further information on this position please register and one of our Consultants will be in touch.

Phone 01624 615600