A leading global corporate service provider based in Dublin City Centre is seeking to hire a Company Secretary Administrator for their capital markets team. With over 3,500 employees across 30 offices worldwide and over 100 employees in their expanding Dublin office. The company works with accountancy firms, law firms, financial services and multinational corporations
To join a dynamic global corporate service provider as a Company Secretary Administrator in their capital markets team to manage high calibre portfolio of clients in structured finance and aviation.
Excellent package and career prospects on offer.
Key Duties & Responsibilities of the Company Secretary Administrator:
- Maintain and grow relationships with existing clients and intermediaries
- Performing end-to-end administrative, compliance and company secretarial services on behalf of client
- Draft minutes and action points from meeting for Company Secretary approval.
- Arrange board meetings with relevant parties
- Assist in the coordination of transactions from a governance and compliance perspective
- Ensure that the entities and their directors are aware of and compliant with applicable company law, corporate governance and other statutory and regulatory obligations
- Liaise with internal teams and external parties as required in order to achieve client objectives
- Identify market trends and legislative changes that may impact the group
- Manage the timely organisation and preparation of board meetings: including drafting minutes and distributing to clients
- Ad hoc administrative duties as required
Key Duties and Responsibilities of the Company Secretary Administrator:
- 1 years’ experience working in a corporate environment
- Third level qualification relevant to the role
- Preferably ICSA qualified or part-qualified
- Have a proven track record of task completion within a fast-moving environment and in meeting tight deadlines
- Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
- Proficient using Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
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