Associate - Corporate Services

Associate - Corporate Services

Office       Bristol

Division   Corporate & Private Clients – Europe

We aim to attract and retain our industry’s most talented people, who share our vision of being a leading global player.
Whether you are an expert in trusts, funds or corporate services, a specialist with experience in specific jurisdictions; or someone who is skilled in a support service, you will find Vistra geographically and culturally diverse, but with shared values and goals.
We are open and transparent, working together and sharing expertise in order to meet our clients’ needs. We have drive and passion, and we all share in the success that this brings.
If you would like to join an exciting and vibrant organisation, where you will work closely with other talented people, be supported in your professional development, and share our passion and our values, please apply.
The Jordans Group delivers exceptional knowledge and expertise across the globe.  We are a unique provider of UK and international corporate and trust services.  We are a leading supplier of business information. Our head office is situated in the heart of Bristol with offices worldwide.

We have an exciting opportunity for a professional and skilled individual to join our Corporate Services team on a permanent basis.

Do you have a business or legal degree? Or an ICSA qualification? Corporate Governance experience? Please get in touch! 


Key Responsibilities

• Conduct corporate administration work with appropriate supervision ensuring that all client instructions are interpreted precisely, responded to correctly and that the client is kept regularly informed of progress and costs
• Administer a portfolio of companies
• Effectively manage the costs relating to clients’ files and provide a profitable contribution to the department and organisation
• Ensure that all work is promptly invoiced, raising interim invoices as appropriate
• Work closely with other members of the Company Secretarial department in identifying areas where current systems and services can be developed
• Work closely with clients, identifying ways in which we can develop the relationship and ensure client retention
• Ensure that files are compliant with current money laundering regulations, conduct ongoing client contact to ensure that the customer due diligence information requested is received within a reasonable time frame
• Maintaining systems that enable us to manage and control customer due diligence activity and reporting all concerns in respect of suspicion of money laundering activity to the Compliance Officer
• Identify, promote and develop commercial opportunities wherever possible and to keep clients informed of new products, services and changes in legislation
• Play an active role in the key account management programme, supporting marketing, promotional and sales initiatives as appropriate


Qualifications and other requirements

• Educated to degree standard/Paralegal Qualification/ICSA Qualified or a minimum of 2 years work experience in corporate governance (not essential)
• Excellent written and oral communication skills at all levels. Foreign languages would be an advantage but not essential

• Experience in providing services to clients, both in person, in writing and by telephone
• Attention to detail
• Proactive and self-motivated
• Computer literate
• Capable of working under pressure and with minimal supervision

How to apply

Please email your CV to recruitment.jordans@jordans.co.uk

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