Senior Corporate Administrator with extensive experience relating to the administration of companies required. The Senior Corporate Administrator will be responsible for managing a team.
**Please note that this role is for six months with potential for permanency**
- Provide corporate administration/registered office services in accordance with applicable laws and regulatory requirements and in accordance with policies and procedures
- Prepare and attend client board meetings in the capacity as recording/company secretary including the preparation of board packs and taking minutes of such meetings;
- Deal with the day-to-day correspondence and administrative matters relating to a portfolio of companies;
- Prepare and ensure filing of regulatory and statutory notifications and other annual requirements (e.g. annual returns, trade & business licenses, trust licenses, trade marks) with the appropriate government authorities and in accordance with the appropriate laws;
- Attend to bank accounts matters including opening and closing of bank accounts, amendments to existing bank accounts, any other bank account related matters including maintaining good working relationships with banking and financial organizations;
- Provide support with corporate law matters such as incorporations, preparing complex company board minutes/resolutions, agreements, conducting research on legal topics and preparing reports, reviewing laws and assessing impact for portfolio companies, preparing powers of attorney including providing guidance to clients on a wide range of company secretarial matters
- Develop with the Corporate Manager or Counsel departmental policies, procedures and checklists relating to a portfolio of companies;
- Work closely with other team members and clients to ensure timely delivery of a high quality service;
- Minimum of an ICSA qualification, law degree or a recognized paralegal qualification involving a minimum of 1 year study or recognized qualification from the Institute of Legal Executives full time course with a minimum of 1 year in duration) or STEP; For persons with more than 20 years of relevant experience the candidate will not necessarily be expected to possess these qualifications but will need to commit to study towards ICSA and/or STEP;
- Minimum of Ten (10) years of relevant corporate administration experience, preferably within in a law firm, bank or trust company, with several years’ experience working in a supervisory capacity.
- An in depth knowledge of legal structures and the ongoing requirements of the Cayman Islands Company Law;
- Complete accuracy, attention to detail, ability to work in a team, ability to prioritize and meet deadlines, excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and leadership abilities;
- Proficiency in the use of Visio and Viewpoint (or equivalent) will be preferred;
- Fully conversant with AML policies and procedures including the AML guidance notes and its application.