Sanne offers a wide variety of exciting opportunities for people wishing to pursue a stimulating career in financial services. We recognise and reward success and look for people who are committed, focused and will thrive in a challenging environment.

Our established training programme provides full financial and study support towards qualification with a number of professional bodies, including ACCA, ICAEW and ICSA. We are a platinum level approved employer for the ACCA and an authorised training employer for the ICAEW.


  • Jersey

    Corporate & Institutional - Manager

    Reporting to the Associate Director within the Corporate & Institutional division of Sanne to have responsibility for administration obligations and the management of client relationships to support the administration team, with a particular focus on the development and mentoring of the team members, to ensure the provision of the highest quality of customer service.


    Key Responsibilities:

    –      Working closely with the Associate Director/Directors

    –      Generally act in the best interests of the division by supporting team members and promoting the development of the business

    –      Operation of client relationships

    –      Administration of client matters

    –      Engagement with client advisors and intermediaries

    –      Manage and supervise a number of administrators who would typically be studying towards professional qualifications. Supervise the administrators within the team, including mentoring, training and development;

    –      Preparation and implementation of client specific procedures

    –      Preparation and implementation of client specific procedures in relation to the administration and reporting requirements

    -          Maintain diary task lists and ensure tasks are cleared on a timely basis

    –      Ensure that client responsibilities are managed effectively and to agreed client, best practice, regulatory and statutory deadlines

    –      Be able to provide sound, quality and technical guidance to clients

    –      Monitor WIP and billing against agreed budgets and report variances to the relevant client director

    –      Establish, build and maintain strong relationships and networks with both internal, cross jurisdictional and external contacts including but not limited to auditors and third parties

    -          Perform other duties as necessary to support the strategic development of the client team including client meetings, new business pitches and new business proposals.


    Key Skills:

    Professional qualification – ICSA or equivalent

    Minimum of 3 years’ relevant  post qualification experience in the finance industry

    Sound working knowledge of regulatory laws - An understanding of Jersey statutory laws and other related legal and regulatory requirements for example Anti-Money Laundering laws;

    Ability to motivate and influence a team

    Hold 'Entitled' or 'Entitled to work' jersey status