Sr Ops SpecialistApply Job ID: R-001840 Date posted: 11/27/2017 Primary Location OH-Cleveland
Senior Trust Operations SpecialistSearch
The Private Trust Company (PTC), an affiliate of LPL Financial, is looking for a Senior Trust Operations Associate. PTC is a growing, entrepreneurial business located in Cleveland, Ohio, that assists families with financial management issues of all types. With a concentration on the planning and implementation of transfers of wealth to future generations, charities and community, we offer clients the sophistication of our experienced trust and investment officers, combined with a high level of customer service.
The Senior Trust Operations Specialist will directly report to the Vice President of Operations and will participate primarily in trust operations functions, but will also be expected to handle some trust administration, accounting, and compliance responsibilities.
Operations duties will include:
- setting-up investment assets on the trust accounting system,
- posting dividend and interest income transactions to client accounts,
- posting cash and security deposit and disbursement transactions to client accounts,
- matching and processing DTC confirmations and settling security trades,
- distributing and closing client accounts,
- reconciling mutual fund accounts, posting dividend reinvestment transactions,
- performing reconciliations of trust accounts,
- researching, voting and posting capital structure changes in securities,
- coordinating and executing the production of client statements,
- daily balancing of accounts with custodians.
- complex issue research and resolution
- fee processing
- processing corporate security litigation claims
- training and supporting the team
This individual will interact with other staff to facilitate and execute proper account closing and trust operations functions.
As a “senior” specialist, this individual is expected to handle complex problems that arise, process more complex transactions, and research and resolve issues that are escalated versus a more junior level counterpart. Additionally, this individual will be expected to understand the interworkings of the policies, procedures and systems to aid others on the team.
This individual will participate in periodic Operational and Compliance Trust Committee meetings, bringing information about activities and transactions to the Committee for review and reporting of issues and adherence to general procedures and practices.
Other duties may include: interacting with clients and client service providers, handling client requests, research, preparing management reports and spreadsheets, compiling securities class-action litigation paperwork, participating in other committees.
The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree, good computer skills, excellent customer service and communication skills, and 3-5 years’ experience in an administrative role in the trust operations, brokerage, or investment fields. Additionally, knowledge and experience in financial accounting, bank compliance, and trust laws such as principal and income accounting laws would be beneficial. The candidate must be a good problem-solver, think logically, and be extremely detail-oriented, efficient, organized and focused on accuracy.
We offer an excellent salary and benefits package. Please send resume with salary history/requirements to: LPL Financial, HR Department, P.O. Box 501030, San Diego, CA 92150-1030. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at www.theprivatetrustcompany.com. Reference Job Code: PTCA. Principals only. EOE.
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