The Securities Services Advisory Group (TSSAG), headquartered in the UK, has been formed as a member-based trade association, effective August 2020. It is a network of independent firms around the world, distinguished in their areas of practice, deep knowledge and proven local and global expertise in the Securities Services Industry.
Our client, a post trade securities services provider, is looking for a sales manager to join their Post Trade Sales team, to report into the Head of Post Trade Sales UK & Nordics. The role is based in London with a focus on new sales, client management and business development of their Core Services (settlement and custody) and Clearing into international markets. As part of a team, the role is to bring together sales professionals, product and operational specialists to focus on driving new revenues and cultivating client relationships. This role is an additional resource and the successful candidate will be specifically required [...]
We are working on a senior, interesting opportunity for one of our asset manager clients who is looking for a Secretariat Executive to join their Governance and Secretariat team which has responsibility for: Ensuring the business is conducted smoothly and efficiently Advising the Exec and Board on procedural matters Developing, managing and monitoring of their Governance framework Ensuring compliance with the highest standards of corporate compliance and governance Our client is looking for someone who has a commercial mindset and is solution driven but who also has a strong regulatory understanding and experience in Secretariat responsibilities including dealing with Boards and the Exec. In particular they [...]
We are working on a fabulous opportunity for a growing and strategically ambitious asset manager. If the following describes you please do get in touch: @10 years experience working for a top-tier consulting firm, investment bank division, private equity firm or a Corporate Strategy team at a top-flight asset / investment manager an outstanding track record of professional and academic achievement Proven ability to interact with senior stakeholders across various functions Strong financial acumen, comfortable with financial data a highly motivated self-starter with an inquisitive mindset - clear evidence of taking initiative to identify business problems and taking the lead in [...]
Our client, a Fintech top 50 company is looking for a BA for their Product team with at least 5 years working as a BA in Investment Operations for an Asset Manager, a 3rd party TA provider or for a Transfer Agency Vendor. A thorough understanding of Transfer Agency is pivotal. Previous experience in working in an Agile environment would be an added advantage.
An interesting opportunity has arisen for a dynamic, lateral thinking sales support and RFP coordinator within a European securities services provider. They are looking for someone who has 3 to 5 years experience working on RFPs within Financial Services and who has an ambition to move into sales in due course. If this is of interest, please do get in touch.
As I write this piece the world remains in as febrile a condition as I have ever seen it, with fires – literally – burning on multiple fronts in the West and East. Whilst we appear to be coming through the first stage of the medical (coronavirus) challenge, race issues have again risen to the fore in the US - replicated to a thankfully lesser extent in the UK - and tension is continuing to rise in Hong Kong given the inexorable encroachment of Chinese influence on the territory.
Our client, a major global third party administrator, is looking for a senior, experienced salesperson to sell their hedge fund administration capabilities into the UK market. The successful candidate will have a demonstrable and solid track record of sales success and an excellent and relevant network.
South Africa’s asset servicing industry has become an established market in the last 20 to 30 years, but industry experts say that there is still space to grow
Post Woodford both regulators and consumers are pushing for more clarity around the actions and behaviours of authorised corporate directors and the relationship between individual funds and fund platforms. The debate about the desirability and effectiveness of ACDs external to fund management companies (think Link and Woodword) compared to internal ACDs (think the majority of the fund industry in the UK) may have some way to run. As regards ACDs within fund management houses, the current mood music suggests that the concern and pressure for Chairs on fund boards to be Non-Executive is growing, in line with the fact that the PRA [...]