Description of the Business Line or Department
The Operations Department (OPER) handles the middle and back office functions.
Remit of role: Payables Investigations and adjustments for give-in fees.
Daily reports run and balance reconciliations
Summary of the key purposes of the role
Daily run of cash reports, daily reconciliations, bank to control account, and report generation
To monitor outstanding adjustment files and update control sheet
To balance invoices and work on discrepancies with CSR and Brokerage
Participates in projects to support the business line
Monitors operational risks
Monitors key indicators
Understands and are aware of the associated risks to the firm and its clients
Summary of responsibilities
Log adjustments in control sheet logger
Run GMI reports/accruals to confirm if payment should be made
Work with CSR on under accrual issues
Communicate to billing broker if discrepancies on invoices
Ensure bookings made to adjust accruals
Report to manager status weekly of outstanding invoices
Report to payments team funds to be released
Report back to billing broker payment date and details
Manage group email box
Shows pro-activity in the development of professional competences, deliverables and contributions to compliment needs and goals of the Company.
Provides constructive feedback when suggesting new ideas, promoting simplicity and innovations in a professional manner, and actively contributes and embraces change implementation.
Demonstrates accountability, ensuring to evaluate and improve own performance, actively seeking feedback and advice where applicable.
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