Inter. Rep, Investor Services Operation
Investor Services Operations - S4 Completes transfer agency operations support activities for clients of medium to high complexity. Serves as team lead in support of day-to-day operations, providing work direction and technical assistance on complex matters. Processes distribution payments and facilitates successful completion of NAV and Rate updates on the record keeping systems. Creates fund historical data audits for validation of fund financial reporting. Monitors and reports gain and loss activity. Reviews work of more junior colleagues and answers any questions of higher complexity and may occasionally work with clients. Prepares system-generated fund settlement and other accounting reports or templates and conducts general data validation and reconciliation. Reconciles commission and 12b1 invoicing. Facilitates payment to firms and invoicing of asset managers. Researches exceptions and follows through to resolution. Reviews work of more junior colleagues and answers any questions of higher complexity. May occasionally work with clients. Facilitates federal wire, ACH, and check payments. Researches exceptions and follows through to resolution. Reviews work of more junior colleagues. Establishes and maintains fund security master data for funds of moderately complex funds in accordance with department policies and procedures. Reviews work of more junior colleagues. May require escalation to a more senior team member. May occasionally work with clients. Ensures IRS deadlines for information return reporting are met. Oversees balancing of tax data and quality control of tax forms and delivery to the shareholder. Assists client with problem resolution in tax related disciplines. Performs routine tax duties by applying IRS rules and legislation to daily functions, including verification of monthly tax mocks, review of form and information return tests, final production year-end data, and timely external reporting to shareholders, IRS and states. Performs independent analysis and preparation of corrected tax forms and information returns. Assists other staff members. Trains staff on current or new procedures. No direct reports. May have work allocation responsibilities. Supports the achievement of team objectives. Associates degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. 3-5 years of total work experience preferred. Experience in transfer agency operations preferred.
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