• Cash Settlements SME

    Job Locations UK-Edinburgh
    # of Openings
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Role Description

    The Senior Cash Settlement Officer is responsible for settling trades from external fund managers and FNZ (UK) Ltd’s clients. Ensuring that all funds are transferred to Client accounts in a timely manner.


    Role Responsibilities

    • To settle all trades rebates or distributions in an accurate and timely manner.
    • Ensure client funds are repatriated to FNZ (UK) Clients on a daily basis.
    • Ensure that all debtor and creditor positions are chased and accurate.
    • Generate and monitor FSA Client Money Calculations for FNZ (UK) and its clients.
    • Manage and maintain the open items for each client to ensure that control accounts are cleared down daily.
    • Support the daily management and development of the team.
    • Take responsibility of the overall control and oversight of the team, to ensure that tasks are complete on time, and that the relevant controls are carried out daily.
    • Monitor and complete payroll with regards to drawdown payments on clients that we own this process for.
    • Ensure that work is delegated among the team to allow for all tasks to be complete on time and accurately.
    • Conduct 1-to-1 coaching with team members in order to ensure continuous development of individuals and the team as a whole.
    • Provide support and advice with regards to more complex issues.
    • Comply with the training and development standards and requirements as outlined in FNZ's T&D Framework, including attainment of the IOC Qualification and demonstration of 34hrs per year of CPD.



    Experience Required

    • Ambitious, driven and harworking
    • Previous experience of Cash Settlements in a investment operations envrinment
    • IOC qulaiifed or working towards
    • Ability to process work quickly and accurate
    • Able work in a challenging and fast paced envrionment


    Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
    Share on your newsfeed