The Reconciliation officer is an integral part of the Operations Team which ensures that all business is administered in an efficient, controlled, risk-free and timely manner ensuring products, services and money change hands as they are supposed to. The reconciliations officer will be responsible for the end-of-day reconciliation of all client holdings and bank accounts to make sure that the accounting system reflects the correct transactions. In their day-to-day role, the officer will provide support to client-servicing teams such as the Investment Advisors and the Contact Centre Support. This position offers an exciting opportunity for the right candidate in a fast-growing company.
Main Duties & Responsibilities:
- Reconciliation of all client holdings
- Reconciliation of all bank accounts at banks, executing brokers and custodians
- Assist client facing teams with any queries in a timely manner
- Ensure follow-up action when necessary and liaise with the Head of the department and other operational departments to resolve issues
- Adhere to corporate standards and procedures
- Prepare various daily/weekly/monthly reports, related to client funds and balances
- Assisting of other operational departments from time to time such as payments and settlements of financial transactions and corporate actions
Experience & Education Requirements
- MQF level 5 of education
- Ideally holds previous experience within a similar role.
- Applicants from non-related disciplines will not be at a disadvantage, but they will need to show an understanding of, and keen interest in our business.
- Excellent numeracy and analytical skills
- Good communication skills
- Able to work well within a team
- Can-do attitude, results orientated and proactive
- Attention to detail, plus excellent organizational and time management skills
- Competent using MS Office, in particular Excel and Outlook
All Applications will be acknowledged and treated with maximum confidentiality
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