Account Manager role with a Asset Services Provider based in Maynooth.
Daily activities of the role include;
Client Relationship: An escalation point-of-contact for multiple clients (internal and external) and be the main contact for queries from internal stakeholders.
Liaising with Fund Accounting teams, Custodians and Service Providers daily where issues arise with regards to the day-to-day running of Payment Processing, Budget Preparation, Ongoing Charges Review, Fee Analysis and Fee Calculations
Management of the day-to-day operations of the Fees team
Overview of the Payments process via Custodian system's and transactions on our Fund Accounting system with particular emphasis on how these postings affect the Trial Balance/Balance Sheet.
Planning and allocating the preparation and review of Fee Budgets per Client on an annual and ad hoc basis
Ensuring Funds Ongoing Charges calculated, compared and reviewed to fund KIID documents, factoring in regulatory updates were applicable
Completing/Reviewing Fee Analysis per client to strict deadlines, ensuring the resulting accounting entries processed in the appropriate manner
Driving the team to complete and review Monthly Administrator, Investment Manager and Fee Cap calculations to the highest standards
Maintain a positive and professional work environment and actively manage team members to ensure minimum turnover
Overall review of monthly Management Information to ensure all reporting is up to required standards and is provided within a timely manner
Ensure that all Fee Team procedures are up-to-date and accurate
Be the main contact person for internal audit and compliance review
Essential skills required for the role are as follows;
Strong MS Office skills - in particular Excel
Accounting / Business Degree
4-5 years minimum Fund Accounting experience, including 2 years of staff management
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.