Trust and Corporate Administrator

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Trust and Corporate Administrator

Sovereign Mauritius is looking to recruit a Trust and Corporate Administrator to form part of their team.


This role involves administration work to support a small portfolio of trust and company clients.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Incorporation of Global Business Companies, other International and Domestic Companies and establishing Trusts for the Employer’s Clients;
  • Daily management of the Employer’s Companies and Trusts;
  • Completion of all Trust documentation including Retirement and Appointment Deeds from other Management Companies;
  • Responsible for full Client KYC checks prior to Compliance ‘sign off’, including full Client Risk Assessment;
  • Opening of Bank Accounts for the Employer’s clients;
  • Setting up Trustee investments including equities, mutual funds, offshore platforms and executing deeds of assignment with product providers;
  • Liaising with Professional Intermediaries, Subsidiaries and/or Associated Companies in respect of the Employer’s Client structures;
  • Processing distribution requests and executing international money transfers for the Employer’s Clients;
  • On-going monitoring and risk assessment of the Employer’s Company and Trust transactions;
  • Assisting with the management of the Employer’s Debtors list;
  • Preparation of Tax Residency Certificate applications;
  • Preparation of board packs and attending board meetings
  • Drafting of minutes and resolutions
  • Assisting and training junior staffs
  • Occupation Permit Application
  • In addition to the duties which the job normally entails such additional or other duties as necessary to meet the needs of the Employer’s business or as the Employee may from time to time be required to undertake


  • Degree holder and doing a professional qualification like ICSA, STEP
  • At least 1 to 2 years’ experience as a Trust/Corporate Administrator or in a similar position
  • Good understanding of Compliance and KYC requirements
  • Good understanding of relevant regulations on Money Laundering, countering Financial Crime
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office tools
  • Good communication skills in English and French
  • Good organisational and interpersonal skills
  • Accurate with good attention to detail
  • Be flexible and ability to adapt easily
  • Strong commitment to organisation effectiveness and service delivery
  • Proactive approach to work
  • Ability to multi-task and work under pressure
  • Good time management skills

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