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Corporate Administrator

  • Location


  • Sector:

    Corporate Services

  • Contract Type:


  • Salary:

    €28,000 - €32,000

  • Contact:

    Justina Zammit

  • Job Reference:


  • Published:

    almost 2 years ago

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  • Client Details:


  • Consultant:

    Justina Zammit

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A licensed brand acting as Administrator of Private Foundations and is also capable of offering a wide range of Corporate Services, is currently looking for a corporate administrator to join it’s team.

Job description:

  • Communicating with clients and handling clients’ requests from time-to-time;
  • Maintaining and managing clients’ portfolio and ensuring that clients’ files are in good order and in compliance with regulatory requirements;
  • Liaising with Directors and other Service Providers on the incorporation documentation, including any relative forms with the competent authorities, the MFSA and local and foreign banks;
  • Assisting with corporate and licensing affairs and liaising with relevant authorities / entities;
  • Provide assistance to the Directors, organize Committee and Board Meetings and follow-up on action points in a timely manner.
  • Acting as Company Secretary for client entities

Experience and educational background: 

  • A minimum of Bachelor in Law (LL.B.) and/or three years’ work experience.
  • Knowledge of AML legislation is considered an asset; nonetheless, training shall be provided upon recruitment;
  • Experience in a corporate, financial services and/or legal field, on a multi-national scale;
  • Knowledge and experience of trusts and foundations would be considered an asset;
  • The ability to work independently and proactively, have organisational skills, be flexible;
  • Trustworthy, and be able to work under pressure with tight deadlines;
  • The ability to communicate confidently and effectively     
  • Knowledge of English and Italian languages. Any other language will be considered an asset.