As a member of the SEI Wealth Platform, US Operations, the Trade Settlement analyst role requires a self-motivated, goal-oriented individual to work in a team environment, manage multiple tasks in a time-sensitive delivery schedule. The Trade Settlement team monitors and processes daily trade settlement activity for Traditional Assets and trade activity of depository eligible securities for SPTC's back-office clients.
Basic processing and/or service activities specific to team function
Reviewing, analyzing, and entering client information and transactions into multiple systems
Setting up securities, general account level maintenance, and some level of client contact.
Respond to client inquiries in a timely, accurate and professional manner.
Working on special projects as needed.
Perform research & analysis of root cause conditions.
Implement solutions as assigned.
Interact effectively with multiple operational processing teams.
Maintaining the highest level of confidentiality, quality and privacy.
Manage a time-sensitive delivery schedule.
Managing incoming and outgoing transactions for daily net settlement with Depositories / Custodians
Daily reconciliation of trade activity between the back-office and custody databases.
Daily review and timely resolution of DDA and position reconcilement exceptions
Identify and resolve pre-settlement trade matching exceptions
Other duties as assigned
The ability to demonstrate effective communication skills to clients, service partners, and internal teams both in written and verbal communication.
Effectively coordinate, manage and complete multiple duties and assignments concurrently and within acceptable timelines.
Provide excellent customer service to both our internal and external clients and service partners, responding timely and professionally to client inquiries as well as handle problems
Must be able and willing to work effectively independently, as well as in a team, in an open floor environment
Must be detail oriented
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