Cash Administration Senior Analyst, Officer
- Using provided tools, review net income activity and client initiated transactions confirming all necessary activity has been included in a foreign exchange transaction order.
- Configure Client Directed Cash Management System to reflect client instructions for repatriation service
- Monitor, report, and (if applicable) provide resolution steps to ensure all orders have corresponding executions
- Monitor and control the stale cash balance exception reporting for clients.
- Using provided tools, review assigned accounts for issues associated with cash (Overdrafts, reconciliation), positions (trades, other),
- For assigned accounts process month end close functions (validate and sign-off on balances, review for non-base balances)
- Identify data or account trends for discussion in group meetings.
- Interact with all IMS teams (Accounting, Corporate Actions, Trading, Performance)
- FX transactions monitoring that flow through the Synthetic FX process
- Reviewing FX exceptions between Synthetic FX and Custodian FX and complete manually reconciliation
- Remain familiar with back-up procedures when system applications and/or transmission problems arise.
- Build cooperative and professional internal/external relationships achieving group and client goals. Utilize all available resources throughout SSC.
- Cover various management functions and desk coverage when necessary.
- Interact with clients.
- Be prepared for all meetings
- Prepare oversight reports for audit where applicable.
- Take ownership of issues to resolution, engage teams as needed to gain consensus.
- Track work effort and goals. Escalate timing issues.
- Display a culture of individual ownership of tasks to embed a clear individual sense of accountability in performing the role
- Ensure that the highest level of the Code of Conduct is displayed in your behaviour
- Provide appropriate management information as required to support business unit decision making
- Support the 'Risk Excellence' culture within the business