Corporate Trust Officer Jobs Vacancy in Computershare Vancouver
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Corporate Trust Officer Scope of the Position: The Corporate Trust Officer manages and administers a portfolio of client accounts and negotiates new trusteeship and customized agency accounts ensuring Computershare’s interests are protected from risk. As well as providing a high level of service to corporate clients, their legal counsel and investors and executes documents committing Computershare to the terms and conditions contained therein. Major Responsibilities: Negotiate the terms of a variety of trust and non-trust agreements of varying complexity under which Computershare will assume both contractual and fiduciary obligations, assess degree of associated risk and make recommendations on acceptability of new business and fees to be charged. Review and evaluate all legal documentation on corporate financing and on other transactions to ensure they are in forms that meet, and can be administered to meet, standards adequate for the protection of Computershare. Represent Computershare in managing a portfolio of accounts, including dealing with legal counsel and/or senior officers of client companies on a variety of matters, e.g. attendance at closing and meetings of security holders, agreement interpretation issues, corporate defaults, fee schedules and their application, service quality questions, amendments of or special services under existing contracts and other matters in connection with client service. Analyze and interpret agreements to set up internal operation of file and provide administrative direction to administrators and/or related departments. Ensure/monitor compliance with all portfolio agreements by Computershare and clients. Prepare and execute correspondence to clients, their legal counsel or investors. Determine, bill and report all fees for special and ancillary services. Monitor and control accounts receivable. Escalate any matters to Manager relative to his/her discipline and execution of any assigned special projects. Maintain necessary standards of knowledge and expertise in applicable areas of law, commerce, corporate finance and securities markets as well as internal policies and procedures. Education and Training University Degree (law, business, commerce, or finance major) required. LL.B. or J.D. and admission to a provincial Bar is preferred. Canadian Securities Course or other Securities Industry training would be an asset. Corporate Trust Program (Trust Institute, ICB) would be an asset. Experience: Minimum 1 year experience as articled student or practicing lawyer OR 3-5 years’ experience in financial, corporate/commercial or securities industry at an intermediate or professional level. Decision Making & Problem Solving: Review and assess the adequacy of documentation of new trust business in order to evaluate the risk and liability to Computershare and make recommendations relative to the acceptance of the business. Negotiate with clients or their corporate counsel, the specific terms of the trust agreement and amendments thereto. Ensure governing documents contain adequate protective clauses and that business is within capability and scope of Computershare. Determine, in consultation with Manager and General Manager, appropriate fees, within Company guidelines and create fee schedules. On-going decision making with respect to the interpretation of the trust agreements and other ancillary documents - daily. Determine what issues must be escalated to Manager or General Manager. Set priorities for workload to effectively manage assigned client accounts and to meet all related deadlines. Analysis of proposed business transaction and related governing documents to ensure that both the business and our actions are properly authorized. Authority to initiate or approve trust account deposits and withdrawals, investment purchases and sales and release of securities. Independence of Action: The Corporate Trust Officer is expected to work fairly independently in managing his/her day to day activities and workload and to seek approval or direction from the Manager on a) issues not covered under existing policies and procedures b) questions of interpretation of agreements c) contentious issues and d) where we are being asked to exercise discretion. The expectation is that he/she would perform and provide the supporting analysis of the situation and agreements, governing our appointment, and make proposed recommendations. There are also signing authorities, audit recommendations and the Employee Handbook to be adhered to. Various escalations are also required by the Policy and Procedure Manual. Review of proposed new business and agreements within the confines of the Policy and Procedure Manual, also within confines of experience, judgment and risk assessment. Confidentiality: The incumbent has access to confidential client and internal corporate information, and confidentiality of such information is governed by the Employee Handbook, insider trading laws and contractually, on occasion Contacts – Internal and External Internal: Daily contact with Manager and/or General Manager in receiving or providing information or seeking direction and/or approvals. Daily contact with other Professionals and Administrators in the department in receiving or providing information or giving direction. Daily (as required) contact with other departments (Client Services, Service Delivery, Call Center, Accounting, Employee Plans) in receiving or providing information or giving direction. External: Daily contact with clients and/or their legal counsel for the purpose of requesting, receiving, providing information and in the negotiation of trust agreements, seeking direction and/or approvals. Contact with investors, CDS, brokers and other members of the financial community, as required, to provide/obtain information, seeking direction and/or approvals. There is the requirement to work to and successfully meet externally and internally imposed deadlines and high frequency of conflicting demands and ever-changing priorities. The position requires the regular use of a PC with the requirement for typing and viewing the PC monitor for varied periods of time. Some work after regular business hours may be required to attend closings and administer accounts. Computershare sees diversity as a source of strength. The more different perspectives we have, the better equipped we’ll be to meet the demands of our diverse global customer base. We want every person who joins our team, every customer and every supplier to feel welcome. We believe in equality for everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender identity, race, religion, disability or sexual orientation. That applies throughout our company, around the world with no exceptions, regardless of differences. We will hire, develop, reward, promote and retain people purely on the basis of their talents, commitment, potential and the results they achieve. We will work hard to make sure everyone is included within our organisation, removing barriers and obstacles to give everyone an equal opportunity to succeed.