Assistant Vice President – Fiduciary

  • NA
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Maples Fund Services (Middle East) Limited
  • 18 Feb 19

The Maples Group is a leading independent global fund services provider operating in key financial centres across the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Working within these jurisdictions, the Maples Group offers a wide range of services and operational support to alternative investment funds and institutional investors. The Maples Group's expert teams and innovative technology provide clients with high-quality service and adaptable solutions that create value and enhance effective management.

who will serve as a relationship  manager for a diverse portfolio of entities  engaged in structured  finance, securitization and portfolio management activities.

 

The successful candidate’s responsibilities will include assisting with the client acceptance and compliance process, incorporating ADGM and DIFC companies, dealing with daily administrative   matters,   reviewing transaction documents, corporate secretarial matters and participation in board meetings. The role may also include acting as a director on behalf of certain client companies, depending on experience and qualifications.

 

Some experience in liaising with investment bankers, lawyers,   investment     managers, prime brokers, custodians   and other transaction   parties located in various international    jurisdictions,    as well as strong drafting and communication   skills, are essential.

 

The successful candidate will be a university graduate with an excellent academic background and   at least 1-3 years   relevant experience gained in a similar role.

 

 

 

 

 

The successful candidate will ideally hold a professional accountancy qualification (ACA/ACCA/CIMA), ideally gained in financial services;   a   strong knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards,   GAAP and financial and regulatory reporting requirements. Candidates from a Big 4 background with exposure to financial services will also be strongly considered