Head of Depositary Services



The Position 


Intertrust Management Ireland Limited is seeking a Head of Depositary Services (Trustee)  PCF35, a leadership role within the Intertrust Depositary team. This is a unique opportunity for a professional, collaborative and enthusiastic person with ambitions to contribute to the strategic direction of Intertrust’s  funds services line in Ireland  




Main responsibilities will include but not limited to: 

  • Drive the development, implementation and evaluation of the Despositary Administration business in Intertrust Ireland. 

  • Contribute to the development and implementation of Risk Management strategy, policy and procedures for the Intertrust business having specific regards for the Depositary requirements. 

  • Ensure that risk management policies and procedures are implemented within the Depositary business to agreed strategy and standards. 

  • Oversee on-boarding of new clients, ensuring high level of client satisfaction in service and quality deliverables from the Depositary team. 

  • Work with the different business channels to grow the Depositary business. 

  • Contribute to the fund services annual budget & forecast setting process 

  • Build and develop the Depositary team using all resources available at Intertrust to achieve success 

  • Oversee various Depositary projects such as systems enhancements and process improvements. 

  • Own and develop the Depositary Services function, acting as a primary contact and reporting back to senior management and stakeholders. 

  • Demonstrate effective leadership and management in accordance with Intertrust Group values and with agreed policies and procedures which are compliant with current laws and regulations. 

  • Work within the funds service line globally and support both the global and local strategy with regard to Depositary Services.   

  • Travel as required for both business and operations development. 

Required knowledge and experience 

  • Minimum 5+ years experience in Depositary Services in a senior manager role or above.  

  • Third-level degree with a preference for finance, accounting, or similar business/numerical discipline. 

  • Deep understanding of the Irish funds industry, local regulatory environment, AIFMD and competitor landscape. 

  • Relevant experience within the Alternative Investment Funds space with specific knowledge of private capital investments, closed ended. structures and documents. 

  • High level of leadership skills. 

  • Excellent interpersonal and management skills. 

  • Ability to understand, inspire and develop others. 

  • Ability to formulate, consider and select the most appropriate solutions. 

  • Analytical, detail-oriented, and deadline-driven. 

  • Effective communicator to key stakeholders. 

  • Project management, time management and prioritisation skills. 

  • Ability to work effectively in a team. 

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