Client Relationship Officer

Location

Cayman Islands


Client Relationship Officer – Unit Trusts

The Client Relationship Officer, Unit Trusts has responsibility for the administration of a portfolio of companies and trusts from formation to closure in accordance with company policy and such other responsibilities as Management shall from time to time determine.

The Role

  • Independently manage a busy portfolio of companies and trusts
  • Process correspondence and administrative matters from intermediaries, clients and external service providers relating to the assigned portfolio of trusts and partnerships
  • Schedule and organise client/board meetings including the preparation and distribution of documentation.  Interpreting these documents updating trust and company records, statutory registers and other documents as required
  • Prepare and file documents with government agencies and regulatory bodies in a timely manner so as not to incur penalties
  • Review and comment upon unit trust documentation through to transaction completion
  • Carry out reviews on the assigned portfolio of trusts and companies and to escalate issues and opportunities identified thereby
  • Prioritise client requests (24 hours response time) and attending to general correspondence with the Registrar of Companies, Registrar of Trusts, CIMA, attorneys and third-party service providers.  Including the development of effective working relationships with all parties.
  • Produce monthly aged debt reports, monitoring and chasing invoices as appropriate with the aim of minimising receivables
  • Assist with the collection of know your client (“KYC”) information, including obtaining satisfactory due diligence on clients and service providers in liaison with the Compliance department
  • Maintain the NavOne /ViewPoint client database and to assist with the on-going task of maintaining the database’s integrity
  • Provide general assistance and assist with ad hoc projects as requested by the direct supervisor, BUM, BUD or Management

Do you have what our clients want?

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in company administration
  • Proven experience in successfully administering Cayman Islands companies and trusts
  • Understanding of corporate governance, relevant local regulations and best practices
  • Experience in successfully liaising with clients via telephone, email and face to face meetings
  • Experience in successfully working as part of a team
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
  • Self-motivated, capable of working independently and as part of a team
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Experience with NavOne, ViewPoint and Laserfiche software is advantageous


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