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Job Summary SSGA Ireland Client Implementation Coordinator Based in Dublin, Ireland, this role is in the Client Administration area within State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) - State Street's asset management organisation. SSGA is a leading provider of investment management solutions to institutional investors. SSGA is one of the world's largest institutional asset managers with over $2 trillion in assets under management. We have global resources and talent passionate about delivering high quality investment strategies and integrated solutions to our clients worldwide, across virtually every asset class, capitalization range, region, and style. SSGAIrelandarenowrecruitingforamotivated,ambitiousprofessionaltojointheClientAdministrationUnit. This unit is responsible for running client events, unit dealing, and client reporting for SSGA Ireland. The department works closely with the Portfolio Managers, Client Relationship Managers and operational teams in Dublin and in other SSGA locations.
In the role of SSGA Client Implementation Analyst you will be responsible for:
This role will involve working on the Client Implementation team. The role involves working as part of a small team that are responsible for coordinating new client take-on, transitions, restructures and other client events. Team members run client events as projects ensuring that detailed planning is completed, all risks and issues are considered, all parties are kept informed and that all events are executed in an efficient, timely manner. This role is an excellent opportunity to develop detailed knowledge of investment management operations. It will present opportunities to become involved in a variety of projects and client events, and to represent the department in cross business meetings. It will be necessary to develop relationships both internally within SSGA Ireland (with relationship managers, portfolio managers, operational teams etc) and also with other SSGA offices. You will have a good basic understanding of the fund industry, asset classes and fund structures. You will have the ability to work on your own initiative, to learn new activities quickly, to question processes and to communicate clearly.
Primary Responsibilities include
Work with the team to ensure that all client and portfolio events are scoped, planned and executed in an efficient manner
Attend and participate in meetings to plan proposed events and communicate event requirements to all parties involved
Assist client facing teams with client event queries
Work with colleagues to improve procedures for each event type and to continually strengthen controls
Minimise errors. When they do occur, ensure that they are handled and communicated appropriately and as per SSGA policy
Develop and maintain good working relationships internal and external to SSGA Ireland
Active participation in team and department meetings
To be successful in this role, your experience should include
Have experience in the Financial Services industry.
Be high-reaching and motivated to succeed within an operational environment.
Have a high level of accuracy, good attention to detail, a strong awareness of risk, and understand the implication of errors.
Be capable of working on own initiative
Have strong organisational abilities
Have a structured approach to work with the ability to be flexible when required
Have strong social and communication skills (both written and verbal). Be capable of building cohesive relationships within the department and across other departments.