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Junior Fund Corporate Officer (m/f)

by:  Luxembourg

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Drawing on your existing experience in Corporate, Company or Fiscal law you will be responsible for coordinating the day to day administrative and legal formalities for our varied and complex client portfolios. This will include regulated and unregulated real estate and corporate entities including funds, trusts and companies. You'll be highly organized, pay close attention to detail and know your subject matter as you will be dealing with queries relating to account opening, acquisitions, board resolutions, official publication and filing, notarial and private deeds, incorporation and liquidations. You will build strong customer relationships with existing and new clients, banks and other external parties, gaining insight into their needs and delivering customer-centric solutions also ensuring we meet our legal and contractual requirements. Compliance and regulations has never been more complex; you'll need to ensure we comply and meet our KYC obligations by preparing, monitoring and maintaining robust client files, safeguarding from potential risks. You will lead board and shareholders meetings, reviewing related minutes, agreements and documentation. We are never complacent and always encourage our people to look for ways to improve our business; here everyone's opinion counts and we will value your contribution. Your long-term career goals are important to us too. We want to make sure we're providing the support and opportunities you need to achieve your dreams so we can build a successful future, together. Qualifications • Freshly graduated with Master or Bachelors degree (Legal, LLM, Corporate Law, Business Law, Commercial Law) • First experience in Corporate, Company or Fiscal law is an advantage • Fluent in English and an additional language would be considered an asset

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