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ProfileWealth Management Senior Fiduciary Administrator IV / FMS Risk Manager The candidate will mitigate operating losses and fiduciary risk exposure within a FMS environment. Will work closely with the FMS Director, Fiduciary Team Managers and team members within the FMS offices. Partner with field investment managers and other WM professionals to develop and expand business. Partner with WM professionals to identify and develop financial planning opportunities. Monitor fiduciary administrators as managing their book according to fiduciary policies and procedures to ensure satisfactory audits and service standards are met. Perform internal audits to verify compliance with established standards and partner directly with Wells Fargo risk partners. Provide fiduciary oversight and answers difficult or complex questions regarding trust taxability, document interpretation and fiduciary risk management. Review documents and works with team members to ensure proper documentation for all discretionary requests from clients. Confer directly with clients, partners and centers of influence as well as external resources i.e.; accountants, attorneys regarding trust/financial information, react accordingly and re-prioritize if appropriate. Responsible for training FMS team members on all updated policies and procedures. May act as mentor within the organization. May assist in the design and implementation of procedures, controls and guidelines designed to meet policy requirements while creating processes and strategies to enhance the overall effectiveness of the group and client experiences. May provide guidance and direction in absence of FMS Director.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should preferably have CTFA or CFA or similar designation. A BS/BA degree or higher (such as MBA/J.D./LL.M.) in business, management, law or trust and wealth management is desired. Must have 8+ years of experience in one or a combination of the following: relationship management, financial, trust, or legal industry experience. Exposure to Trust operations applications and systems such as: SEI Trust 3000 and TRMS (Trust Money Movement Systems) is preferred. Ability to effectively work with fiduciary administrators, team leads and Fiduciary Team Managers in a team environment is desired. Ability to provide fiduciary oversight to complex questions regarding trust taxability, document interpretation and fiduciary risk management is an asset. Demonstrated working knowledge of fiduciary operational and risk mitigation standards, including the ability to effectively communicate related policies and procedures is a plus. Extensive knowledge of trust, fiduciary law, and federal regulations in a risk management role is ideal. Experience working in a Fiduciary Management Services office is preferred. Application Deadline: 02/20/2018 .
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