Senior Mutual Fund Processor
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Eagle is currently seeking a Senior Mutual Fund Processor. This is a twelve (12) month contract position to start in April in downtown Toronto.
This is the group that is responsible for supporting the mutual fund trades that do not go through electronically. They are responsible for reversing trades, collecting any losses and documenting this from a due diligence standpoint.
- Responsible for administrative functions within the department including scanning, mail sorting, couriers, filing, and batch retrieval;
- Responsible for reversing trades and collecting losses;
- Responsible for keying and rejecting (if necessary) all financial and non-financial transactions across all LOBs, reconciliation, trade corrections and QC functions within the department; and,
- responsible for working with Client Services to resolve client inquiries.
Education, Skills & Experience:
- Two (2) to three (3) years experience with mutual funds or in a similar capacity, processing mutual funds;
- Previous experience with FI (banks or mutual fund companies);
- Proven registered product knowledge (i.e. Non-reg, RRSP, RRIF, TFSA, RESP, RDSP, etc);
- Proven experience or knowledge of Unitrax;
- Working knowledge of reconciliation process i.e. trust accounting;
- Experience with Livelink, R-Term and an understanding of investment products and registered plans and any applicable risk;
- University degree or College diploma in business or a related field; and,
- IFIC or CSC or pursuing either of this certifications.
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Eagle is an equal opportunity employer and will provide accommodations during the recruitment process upon request. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please note that your application does not signify the beginning of employment with Eagle and that employment with Eagle will only commence when placed on an assignment as a temporary employee of Eagle.