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Global Entity Coordinator

Global Entity Coordinator

Job Title: Global Entity Coordinator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £20000.00 - £25000.00 per annum
Reference: BBBH18538_1552395383
Contact Name: Emilia Anderson
Contact Email: emiliaa@dmjcosec.com
Job Published: March 12, 2019 12:56

Job Description


Key Responsibilities:

*Coordination of corporate secretarial work in a range of jurisdictions worldwide, managing the relationship between the client and the in country legal team to ensure excellent client service is delivered.
*Ensuring our clients' legal entities are compliant with local requirements, for example assisting with filing of annual accounts with the local registry prior to statutory deadlines, informing the local Registry of changes to the board of directors or addresses etc.
*Project Management of a number of clients i.e. being the main contact and first point of call for the client, ensuring client satisfaction with the overall service and developing the relationship. Helping to drive your client's objectives with the whole team.
*Monthly update calls with the client to review the progress of all matters and ensuring that any action points are completed. For some clients there are also annual review meetings which can involve international travel.
*Where necessary, assisting with the set-up of new clients and engaging the necessary local legal teams for the provision of corporate secretarial services which includes negotiation of fees and the terms of engagement.
*Responsibility for ensuring clients' online databases are up to date and contain accurate and reliable information

Skills and Experience:

*A Business, Language or Law degree are desirable but not a pre-requisite.
*Excellent attention to detail, with a keen interest in project management
*A passion for client service
*Ability to work on your own initiative and be confident in dealing and communicating effectively with key stakeholders of all levels
*Excellent personal organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise work instructed across different time zones
*The ability to manage workload effectively with an understanding of how your work impacts the bigger picture.
*Sound computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Outlook etc.