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FATCA CRS Senior Manager

Apply now Job no: 571413
Work type: Full time
Location: St Helier, Jersey
Categories: Client Corporate Secretarial
Office Location: London

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About TMF Group
TMF Group is a leading provider of critical administrative services, helping clients invest and operate safely around the world. We provide legal, financial and employee administration through TMF Group’s teams in 120 offices.


Job purpose

The FATCA CRS Compliance Manager will be responsible for ensuring full compliance with AEOI (FATCA/ CRS) legal and regulatory requirements for multiple jurisdictions.


They will require strong management skills to build a team and support the relevant TMF client teams in delivery of AEOI requirements for multiple jurisdictions.  In addition to liaising with internal clients, agencies and professional advisers they and their team will provide internal support for technical, legal and tax client issues that pertain to AEOI and support to resolve complex and technical AEOI matters.  


They will be responsible for ensuring up to date Policies and Procedures are in place and relevant AEOI training is delivered internally.  


Duties and responsibilities

•            Ensure accurate and complete AEOI reporting across multiple jurisdictions, within territorial deadlines.

•            Accountable for review and approval of AEOI returns in conjunction with AEOI Team

•            Ensure AEOI Training delivered internally as required.

•            Ensure proper records maintained for AEOI reporting, including Self-Certification Forms, Annual Checklists, DDQs and Classification Review Forms. 

•            Ensure Classification Review Process in place (minimum annual or as need arises due to changes)

•            Works with the AEOI Compliance Director and AEOI Team to ensure that internal controls are implemented, and policies and processes are put in place, consistent, and adhered to

•            Acts as the focal point for internal and external stakeholders / TMF Client Managers on daily operational escalations and issues

•            Works closely with management to set expectations and communicates expectations to internal stakeholders and AEOI Team

•            Supports the AEOI Compliance Director and Team ensuring the professional relationships and effective liaison of all team members with internal clients, TMF Local Offices, Agencies and external advisers as required.

•            Involved in system improvements, testing & coordination with Opex on system changes, upgrade, enhancements and IT issue log. Provides support and supervision during the roll-out of relevant tax technology in the team within agreed deadlines.

•            Accountable for ensuring all necessary procedures associated with compliance processes and controls are maintained, has a comprehensive technical and functional understanding of all AEOI compliance service delivery processes; continuously improving processes based on past experience.

•            Responsible for creating a high-performance team by focusing on team development, satisfying work experiences and accountability for team results and performance and ultimately retention.

•            Manages the development and workload of direct reporting compliance team staff.

•            Provides supervision, training and guidance to wider AEOI team members on specific tasks; identifies the need for specific technical trainings and arranges such trainings. Ensures that all team members undertake required training.

•            Monitors staff performance and provides necessary coaching & mentoring.


Job specific requirements

•            Up to date CPD

•            Demonstrate a good knowledge of AEOI Rules, with ability to adapt to new information as required

•            6-8 years’ experience in a similar role

•            2- 4 years of direct people management experience

•            Degree holder in finance, accountancy or business-related disciplines preferable

•            Relevant qualifications are desirable (STEP, ISCA).

•            Resourceful, independent and strong problem-solving abilities

•            Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with strong ability to plan ahead and organise.

•            Analytical, structured mind set with ability to follow and build upon existing processes and ensure data is maintained with accuracy and consistency.

•            Fluency in English is required.

•            Proficiency in MS Excel, MS Word and MS Outlook is essential, along with experience of local accounting systems.


Key results Areas & Key Performance Indicators

•            Support AEOI clients in remaining fully compliant with relevant local tax legislation.

•            Accountable for maintaining Last Twelve Months (LTM) attrition levels below 20% for employees within their span of control.

•            Support process enhancement and continuous process improvements, utilising systems as required.

•            100% timely and accurate time writing for own time and validation and signoff for employees within span of control.

•            Accountable for 100% Data Entry completeness and accuracy within the relevant reporting systems

•            Accountable for 100% Compliance to Tax Reporting Deadlines

•            100% Adherence to ISO27001 Data/information Security protocols



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