DEPOSITARY SENIOR ADMINISTRATOR - GERMAN SPEAKING (M / F)
DO Recruitment Advisors are delighted to represent a large financial institution in their search for a Senior German speaking Depositary Administrator.
THE ROLE :
Perform Depositary oversight duties relating to all funds (including private assets);
Review of checks performed by depositary city offices based on established oversight controls (including holding and cash reconciliations, income distribution, safekeeping and ownership verification checks);
Contribute to strategic change initiatives and tactical enhancements to the Depositary function and ensure high standard delivery to meet the evolving regulatory environment and clients' needs;
Contribute to the optimisation of the delivery process to establish maximum efficiency identifying and implementing improvements to processes and procedures whenever required;
Interact with Clients' representatives, Administrators, Transfer Agents, Management Companies and the Bank's management to resolve queries and escalate any operational issues in an accurate and efficient manner;
Work in a control focused environment
Support on-site due diligences on third parties and pre-onboarding / on-going risk assessments in particular for private equity / alternative funds;
THE CANDIDATE PROFILE :
Business degree or equivalent professional qualification;
Highly motivated to learn and develop his / her career with HSBC
Able to plan and organise workload in order to meet deadlines, taking into account relative priorities; deadlines driven and attention to details;
Able to operate in a dynamic and international environment and to work as a team player;
Open minded and with ability to communicate clearly and concisely;
Strong PC skills;
Experience in the funds industry and / or understanding of private equity structures, and / or alternative funds would be an advantage;
Fluency in written and spoken English is essential; German is required; other languages would be an advantage
THE CLIENT :
Our client is a prestigious financial institution.
At the final stages of the recruitment process, the successful candidate can be asked to provide supporting documentation such as, for example, copies of diplomas or proof of previous jobs, and a standard criminal record check might also be requested.