WHAT WILL YOU DO?
The Company Secretary – Structured Finance & Capital Markets is part of the local team and handles governance and company secretarial services for Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs), which are involved in structured finance and capital markets transactions such as cross-border-, lease-, repackaging- and securitisation transactions. In this position, you will be responsible for the company secretarial matters of our fast growing client company portfolio. You will work with the Managing Director, Legal Account Managers and Financial Account Managers to continuously exceed our client’s expectations and contribute to the further growth of this business line.
Main responsibilities are:
- Manage the day-to-day company secretarial activities of a portfolio of SPVs;
- Maintaining and developing contact with investment managers, trustees, collateral administrators and (fintech) banks to achieve objectives in meeting deadlines and serving the client’s needs.
- Liaising with external parties and authorities, banks, notaries and advisors regarding company secretarial undertakings for a client portfolio of SPVs;
- Keeping a client portfolio of SPVs in good legal standing in accordance with Irish law from a company secretarial perspective;
- Ensure that all legal procedures remain in line with applicable law and overall objectives;
- Coordinate and assist with the incorporation, maintenance and dissolutions, capitalization, registrations (e.g., tax, consumer credit and data protection), bank account openings and know your client requirements for SPVs;
- Preparing and filing annual returns together with the legal account managers;
- Draft and maintain (shareholder) registers and arrange for share transfers (with the assistance of Irish counsel where necessary);
- setting up and maintaining digital client files/dossiers within company secretarial software;
- Prepare and organize board and shareholders meetings, including taking minutes;
HOW DO YOU FIT INTO THE TEAM?
As Company Secretary, you are organized and need to take the initiative to support the local team in delivering added value to the Structured Finance and Capital Markets discipline within Trustmoore. In this position, you need to prioritize what is important, have a hands on and independent work mentality and be able to deal with stress. You are proactive, know what you are capable of and possess good communication skills.
Other relevant qualifications for this profile:
- Degree in law, business or a relevant level achieved through exposure and experience;
- Holder of ICSA certification or willingness to obtain a relevant qualification will be a pre;
- At least 4-5 years experience in a similar position, preferably within a multinational company like international accountancy or law firm, corporate services provider or a financial institution;
- Interest or background in compliance and AML/CTF legislation is an advantage;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English;
- Excellent minute taking;
- Excellent understanding of local law (inter alia Companies Act 2014);
- Self motivated and able to work independently and as part of a team;
- Personal credibility, integrity, and high moral standards;
- Meticulous and results driven; and
- Residing in Ireland.