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Investment Cash Administrator

Based in Sevenoaks

Ref: SAN334

Background

Sanlam UK is a leading provider of wealth and investment management services to private clients, professional advisers, charities, corporates and institutions. Combined, we manage almost £9 billion of client assets from 13 offices across the UK, employing c.500 professionals.
 
We are part of Sanlam, the global AA-rated financial services group that was established in 1918. The Group provides a range of financial products and services to over 10 million clients globally and is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. We have attained our size, strength and reputation by providing a high quality, personalised service to clients, whatever their stage of life or financial ambitions.           
                                                                         
Based in our office in Sevenoaks; we are currently looking for an Administrator to join our busy Investment Cash Operations Team.
 
The role
 
The core element of the role will be to ensure all aspects of Investment Cash Administration (including but not limited to the completion of investment accounting in regards to dividends, corporate actions, interest and ad-hoc cash withdrawal payments, and the completion of the daily cash reconciliations), in accordance with the procedures laid down in the Compliance Manual and FCA CASS.
 
Skills and experience
 
Successful candidates are likely to demonstrate the following:
 
•            Possesses a sound knowledge of Investment Cash Administration.
•            Demonstrates analytical approach.
•            Good investigative skills
•            High attention to detail
•            Proven high level of organisational ability.
•            Strong communication skills.
•            Proficient in Word and Excel

 If you think you're our sort of person, please email resourcing@sanlam.co.uk with your details.

 

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