Our client in the offshore industry is recruiting a Corporate Services Officer
Reporting to the Team Leader, the successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing the affairs of a portfolio of clients and provide assistance to the team of client administrators and accountants.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Assume responsibility for achieving a high standard of client service ensuring that client expectations are exceeded. Develop relationships with clients and intermediaries so as to be seen as the key point of contact
- Be aware of risk factors and refer important issues upwards, exercising judgment as to when help is needed from team lead
Day to Day Administration
- Take primary responsibility for the timely delivery of administration services to your portfolio of companies.
- Take primary responsibility for the timely delivery of all incorporation of companies of your portfolio.
- Ensure accurate and detailed records are maintained for all client structures within the portfolio and on Microgen and within the respective company files.
- Ensure turnaround time relating to client correspondence and incorporation is as short as possible.
- Attend client meetings when required and ensure preparation of relevant meeting material and minutes.
- Ensure that outstanding review points of the previous meetings are dealt with within the set time frame.
- Take primary responsibility within your team for the timely submission of corporate income tax returns, APS, PAYE, TDS, VAT and other.
- Preparation and review of daily client payments for your portfolio to ensure correctness, completeness and compliance.
- Ensure annual reviews are diligently dealt with within your portfolio and all action points / step plans following detailed review of the files are dealt with to protect both ourselves and
- from a compliance, risk and good governance perspective.
- Follow the correct procedures and controls throughout the life of a structure.
Compliance and Regulation
- Maintain an awareness of the legal and regulatory framework both in Mauritius and other relevant jurisdictions.
- Understand and apply the Company’s compliance policies and procedures in respect of sanctions, AML and Anti-Bribery. Report suspicious transactions and complaints in accordance with the procedures and guide colleagues accordingly.
- Be well versed with the Mauritius Companies Act, Financial Services Commission Guidelines and Regulations.
- Regularly review debtors for your portfolio of companies and take action to recover debts within agreed timeframes
Qualifications & Experience:
- Ideally be a degree holder in Management or Finance (or similar qualification)
- 3 to 4 years’ experience in the offshore industry, in a similar role
- The candidate will and be fluent in English
- Organizational and time management skills
- Excellent communications skills, written and spoken, with clients
- Attention to detail and risk assessment
- Flexibility and adaptability in a dynamic environment
- Ability to form part of a team
Proactive reserves the right:
To call only the shortlisted candidates for interview.
Not to make any appointment following this advertisement nor to assign any reason whatsoever for accepting or rejecting any candidate.