Transaction Reporting Analyst Transaction Reporting Analyst …

Quilter
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
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Competitive
Quilter
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Competitive
Transaction Reporting Analyst
This role requires a strong understanding & knowledge of AIFMD & Solvency II regulations reporting within the Asset Management Industry.

About us
Quilter Investors is a multi-asset investment management business that specialises in building and managing portfolio solutions designed around the needs of advised clients in the UK and internationally. It was previously part of Old Mutual Global Investors, and formed when the business announced in 2017 that it would establish a dedicated multi asset function.

Quilter Investors is part of Quilter plc, a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management both in the UK and internationally, managing over £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers (as at October 2019). Quilter plc, our group holding company, is listed on the London and Johannesburg stock exchanges.

About the role
Some of the key responsibilities of this role are to:
  • Ensure that operational processes for AIFMD reporting are fit for purpose and controls are appropriate
  • Ensure that operational processes for Solvency II reporting are fit for purpose and controls are appropriate
  • Ensure AIFMD and Solvency II reporting is produced, reconciled and completed. This includes exceptions management and resolving data errors
  • Produce transaction analysis for the Trade Management Forum to asses the RTS28 annual report
  • Be the primary contact for any change initiatives, such as new fund launches, relating to AIFMD and Solvency II requirements
  • Work with Compliance to ensure that reporting is adapted to accommodate any changes to AIFMD or Solvency II regulations
  • Own the relationship with Kneip for AIFMD data and Gabriel for the FCA returns
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