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The Trust Administrator provides administrative support to the Senior Trust Officer (STO) ensuring timely and high quality administration of Estates and Trusts. This position contributes to maintaining high standards of client service, quality control and operational excellence.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assess daily workloads to determine priorities in conjunction with STO
- Maintains a high level of communication with STO, Estate & Trust Advisor (ETA), Regional Trust Officer (RTO) Regional Trust Administrator (RTA) and Tax Specialist (TS) on estate and trust administration issues
- Recognizes and elevates administrative issues for resolution to minimize risk exposure
- Confirms, researches and collects estate assets
- Completes tasks with accuracy, first time right
- Prepares standard letters, forms, releases required for estate and trust administration
- Diarizes and follows up on initial inquiry and collection activities with third parties using a variety of communication tools keeping STO, ETA, RTO and RTA informed of progress
- Prepares account opening, initial set up of document files and on-going maintenance activities for estate and trust accounts, including closing of accounts Obtains documents, including notarial copies of Wills, Declarations of Transmission, Death Certificates, as required Co-ordinates the receipt and distribution of assets, including re-registration of assets and cash distributions Mails letters and documents with enclosures Prepares payments and deposits for accounts Completes research as required to search data/information under direction of STO (i.e. confirming balances, stock or bond prices, ex-dividend dates, etc.) Elevates bottlenecks with service providers to STO
- Prepares inventory (assets & liabilities) for new estates under direction of STO
- Prepares Plans of Partition for Estates / Trusts in distribution under direction of STO
- Maintains status checklists and reports on administration progress to comply with MDPT Client Service Commitments, Internal Service Standards and statutory deadlines Assembles information required for tax preparation for the Estate / Trust Manage documents and correspondence for Estates & Trusts
Education and Experience:
- Community College Diploma or Equivalent On-going development through ICB Trust Services Courses preferred Canadian Securities Course (CSC) preferred
- Strong knowledge of PC applications, including Excel and MS Word Bilingual (English / French required)
- 4 years related experience in a financial institution
- Ability to interpret legal documents
- Excellent organizational and priority setting skills
- Exceptional ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines
- High attention to detail and strong follow through capabilities
- Ability to adapt to change Excellent spoken and written communication skills
- Ability to learn quickly
An offer of employment is conditional on MD receiving satisfactory employment checks including criminal, credit, civil, regulatory (as applicable) and reference checks.
Apply online at www.mdm.ca/careers