Assistant Manager, Corporate Governance and Company Law

Job description

Role summary:

We are seeking an Assistant Manager, reporting 
to a Manager within the Alternative Assets of Sanne, to have responsibility for the preparations of accurate portfolio valuations on a timely basis.


Key Responsibilities:
General

  • Maintaining oversight of a portfolio of clients, ensuring efficient administration of client matters;
  • Assist with the management of projects and client take-on, under guidance of line manager;
  • Provide guidance and support to junior members of staff on a daily basis;
  • Ensure diary task lists are monitored and cleared on a timely basis;
  • Identifying and driving process improvements and efficiencies to improve client recoverability;
  • Ensuring team follows required processes and procedures in line with wider SANNE and department policy;
  • Identify team training needs and arrange training sessions as appropriate;
  • Be fully aware of client fee arrangements and identify opportunities to invoice outside of fee agreement;
  • Generally act in the best interests of the division by supporting team members.
  • Maintaining strong relationships with existing clients by becoming a key escalation contact for service matters;
  • Maintaining oversight of day-to-day operations of client companies and ensuring junior members respond to clients' queries in a timely manner;
  • Act as final reviewer of all work produced by administrators/senior administrators in respect of a portfolio of clients;
  • Coordinating client transactions, circulate and track documentation and executions and ensure necessary filings are completed in a timely manner.

Corporate Secretarial

  • Maintaining strong relationships with existing clients by becoming a key escalation contact for service matters;
  • Maintaining oversight of day-to-day operations of client companies and ensuring junior members respond to clients' queries in a timely manner;
  • Act as final reviewer of all work produced by administrators/senior administrators in respect of a portfolio of clients;
  • Coordinating client transactions, circulate and track documentation and executions and ensure necessary filings are completed in a timely manner.

Requirements

Skills / Experience:

  • Strong Administrative skills;
  • High level of integrity and trust with confidential information;
  • A proven record of commitment to professional and client services excellence;
  • Hold or studying towards a professional qualification such as ICSA, CSSA or equivalent;
  • A minimum of 4 years trust or funds experience in a professional environment;
  • Knowledge of offshore regulatory requirements;
  • Proficient user of Microsoft Office suite;
  • Support the company in delivering excellent service;
  • Impeccable written and oral communication skills;
  • Excellent organisational and prioritising skills;
  • Motivated and driven;
  • Excellent attention to detail and high levels of accuracy.