Senior Trust Officer, Private Wealth

Job Description

Responsibilities (how we will measure success)

  • Perform a wide variety of Trust administration tasks accurately and in a timely manner to support the Company’s ever-growing and diversified international client base
  • Provide a high level of quality internal and external client service and the accurate and timely provision of financial administration services
  • Actively support the Senior Management Team with the day-to-day administration of private client portfolios in accordance with the Company’s policies and procedures
  • Plan, prioritise and organise tasks and activities efficiently, ensuring effective time management
  • Effectively manage time input and work in progress on own portfolio

Tasks (what does the role do on a day-to-day basis)

  • Attend and record meetings with clients
  • Deputise for your Assistant Manager / Manager when they are out of the office or when you are asked to do so
  • A good understanding of the principles of taxation affecting Trust and Corporate Structures
  • Knowledge of other related Jurisdictions laws in relation to ‘Trust Company Business’
  • Good understanding of industry best practice and relevant laws in relation to Trust and Company administration
  • Acquire knowledge of business activities, products and services
  • Ensure effective and efficient client correspondence and ensure turnaround times are as short as possible
  • Actively develop working relationships with clients and intermediaries to maximise client retention and identify opportunities for growth
  • Maintain and develop commercial awareness and develop a good level of competitor and industry awareness with a view to identifying business opportunities
  • Develop a good technical understanding of legal and regulatory requirements and industry best practice, that are relevant to the Company and its clients
  • Maintain detailed knowledge of policies and procedures in place and responsibility to ensure they are adhering to in the course of day to day administration activities
  • Ensure that the Company’s policies and procedures are being followed and complied with and, in case of non-compliance, inform the relevant Senior Officer or the Risk and Compliance Team in a timely manner


Required Experience

  • ICSA or STEP Diploma qualified or other relevant professional qualification
  • Member of a relevant Professional Institute
  • Evidence of continued professional development
  • Knowledge of the Finance Industry in Jersey
  • Minimum of 5 years’ Trust experience
  • Good analytical and numerical skills
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft packages including Excel, Outlook and Word
  • Good attention to detail
  • Ability to demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Good understanding of the duties and responsibilities of a Fiduciary

Additional information

At IQ-EQ we want you to reach your full potential. We offer an inclusive and diverse environment to support your career aspirations. With a strong emphasis on continuous learning and a holistic approach to your professional and personal development. We also offer opportunities across our service lines and our international network of offices.

Company description

  • IQ-EQ is a leading Investor Services group which combines global expertise with an unwavering focus on client service delivery. We support fund managers, global companies, family offices and private clients operating worldwide.
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