Trust and Company Admin Jobs in Guernsey

Fiduciary Officer

Job Ref: LF 19472

Our client, a global leader delivering innovative investment, fund, fiduciary and banking solutions is seeking to recruit a Fiduciary Officer.

Location

Guernsey

Responsibilities

Manage a mixed portfolio of company and trust structures on behalf of clients, engaging with internal partners, advisors and managers to provide excellent client service.
Balance client expectations with appropriate fiduciary risk management and diligence.
Create and advise clients of practical and appropriate solutions to issues raised.
Review assets and entities on a regular basis and to plan, prepare, communicate and organise, all necessary meetings and submittals to ensure all statutory matters are completed on time.
Adhere to a culture of compliance with regards to policies and regulations.
Prepare minutes and resolutions as required. Execute all necessary authorised documentation and payments.
Review of financial statements.
Prepare proposals for discretionary committees to review and decide upon.
Act as a point of contact for clients relation to the fiduciary entities on their portfolio. Plan and attend client and advisors meetings.
A signatory of the corporate director, secretarial and trustee companies.
A member of the Trust Acceptance Committee and Fiduciary Discretionary Committee.
Proactively work within the fiduciary team and internal partners to help identify areas for improvement.
Liaise with other fiduciary teams to gain consistency of service where appropriate.
Advise and educate non fiduciary partners in client and market changes.
Support team and act as back up where required.
Identify opportunities to grow the client relationship and improve their experience.
Build an appropriate network within Northern Trust, to enable you to navigate the various business and control teams efficiently.

Skills / Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a relevant Fiduciary role, with a strong understanding of current financial and reporting knowledge. Applicants will hold or be studying towards a relevant professional qualification such as ICSA or STEP. Applicants will possess solid IT abilities, excellent organisation, time management and solid communication skills coupled with an analytical approach to tasks. This role will suit a proactive, professional and motivated team player with excellent interpersonal skills.

How To Apply

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