Fund Administrator - Private Equity - City, London, United Kingdom, EC1A2
Reed Legal is currently working with a leading private equity/real estate fund administrator based in the City of London.
Our client are a growing organisation who have strong reputation within the sector. They have ambitious plans for further growth in the future and are committed to establishing a London team who can deliver a first class service for their clients.
Offering a dynamic and international atmosphere alongside a competitive remuneration package including brilliant benefits this is a great time to join the business.
You will employ first class communication and skills playing a key role within the corporate services team. You will take responsibility for diverse portfolio of clients including funds, trusts and companies, and you will act as a key liaison for all matters relating to the client.
Although you will have significant experience in a similar role our client are committed to continuous professional development and will have the opportunity to attend training in order to enhance your existing skills as well as develop new ones.
You will thrive in a role where you are dealing with multiple projects simultaneously and enjoy taking a 'handson' approach.
You will already hold a relevant professional qualification or be working towards one.
Experience of the following will be highly beneficial:
Setup and/or on-boarding of client structures, and administering complex international structures;
Assisting with the preparation, collation and ongoing monitoring of Know Your Customer/Client Due Diligence and promoter/corporate files;
Corresponding with portfolio of clients, board members, third party intermediaries such as banks, lawyers, accountants and tax advisors both in person and via written or telephone communication;
Participating in board, committees' and shareholders meetings;
Scheduling meetings, preparing and distributing board packs, taking minutes;
Advising on best practice, preparing for and providing board support services;
Maintenance of statutory records for entities and ensuring filing requirements are met;
Working with Cash Management team; reviewing of client payments and undertaking regular cash reconciliations on a variety of bank platforms;
Monitoring changes in relevant legislation and the regulatory environment and taking the appropriate action on behalf of clients and internally;
To apply please follow the instructions below or for a confidential conversation about the role and your job search please contact Nicholas Milligan - Business Manager, Reed Legal.