Trainee Accountant

Private Equity | London

Trainee Accountant

Trainee Accountant

Job title

Private Equity

Private Equity

Business Division

London

London

Location

Role summary

 

The purpose of this role is to administer a book of clients within the Private Equity division. 

 

Key responsibilities

 

  • Assist with the provision of services to a book of Private Equity clients;
  • Be a point of contact for day to day administration of a noncomplex portfolio of clients and draft communication for review to a high standard;
  • Ensure policies and procedures are followed and checklists completed in a timely manner;
  • Respond to client queries in a timely manner and ensure deadlines are monitored and met;
  • Maintain accurate statutory databases and registers ensuring at all times records are up-to-date and correct;
  • Assist with supporting other teams during the absence of other administrators in the office;
  • Promote a risk management culture within the business by proactively highlighting areas where improvements can be made;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of Jersey and Sanne AML requirements and ensure at all times these are being adhered to, with the support of compliance and the senior management;
  • Undertake routine administration tasks including drafting payment instructions, filing documents, preparing documents for signing and profiling e-mails;
  • Accurately record time on timesheets on a daily basis;
  • Circulate notice for board meetings and assist with convening meetings and requesting dial in details;
  • Take responsibility for updating minute logs for convened meetings;
  • Ensure periodic reviews for your portfolio are completed within the necessary timeframe as prescribed by the business;
  • Assist with invoicing and the timely settlement of fees;
  • Proactively raise issues with senior management and encourage a solution driven environment;
  • Effectively use the tasks facility to manage upcoming events and complete outstanding tasks;
  • Assist with ensuring regulatory filings are made and responses to auditors and MoME related queries are dealt with expeditiously;
  • React positively to changes in working practice;
  • Attend team meetings and contribute where relevant;
  • Contribute to team wide projects where required, working with the senior management team. 

 

Skills / experience required

 

  • Willingness to study towards a professional qualification such as ICSA or ACCA or equivalent;
  • A minimum of 12 months trust or funds experience in a professional environment; 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to work as alone or as part of a team.

 

Next steps

 

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  • About us

    SANNE is a leading global provider of alternative fund and corporate administration services.

  • Our services

    SANNE provides clients across the globe with a wide range of complementary business services, focused on two core areas: alternative asset services and corporate and private client services.

  • Our approach

    We understand that each client relationship has a unique set of requirements and expectations; that is why our client service teams are handpicked and tailored to fit the specific and evolving needs of each client.

  • Thought leadership

    At SANNE, we collaborate and share our knowledge and best practice with those we value. These are the things that make the difference.

  • Our people

    We work with talented people. It’s their deep expertise, knowledge and collaborative nature that differentiates us. We see things differently.

  • Global locations

    Our offices are spread across three global regions: The Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific & Mauritius.