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Trust Investment Associate

Trust Associate - Las Vegas

Trust Associate - Reno NV

Future DTC Career Opportunities

Trust Investment Associate

Department Dunham Trust Company
Career Type Full Time
Posted 11/18/2022

Description

TRUST INVESTMENT ASSOCIATE

Dunham Trust Company (DTC) offers a wide range of traditional trust services designed to meet virtually any client need from custodial accounts and safekeeping of assets to family trusts, wealth management, and investment options. Headquartered in Reno, Nevada, Dunham Trust Company was chartered in 1999. The firm also has offices in Las Vegas, Nevada and Loveland, Colorado.

DTC is looking to hire a full-time Trust Investment Associate to work in our Reno office who is responsible for investment functions related to asset management for DTC and oversee coordination of asset onboarding, third party account set-up, and ongoing review.

Job Summary: (Purpose of Job)

Responsible for assisting in the due diligence, establishment, oversight, and review of investments on behalf of clients for DTC. The Trust Investment Associate will work with a broad range of asset types. The position is deeply involved in strategic allocation program of our in-house mutual fund program and participates in the investment committee. The role also works with delegated outside financial advisors from around the country for external investments. Asset types will be varied and interesting: Mutual funds, ETFs, stocks, bonds, real estate, alternatives, private equites, and private debts. Many clients are high net worth and ultra-high net worth, and you will gain experience in asset classes not typically seen in by retail investors.

Essential Functions: (Primary responsibilities)

  • Process asset transfers by means of Automated Customer Account Transfers (ACATs) and non-ACATs:
    • Differentiate investment types, review customer documents, reconcile accuracy of receipt and delivery of assets, research inquiries, and contact contra firms;
    • Maintain assets in accounting system, perform third-party account set-up, and process account applications for all outside accounts;
    • Obtain and update cost basis information for accounts;
  • Participate in the Trust Investment Committee and Dunham asset allocation program committee;
  • Review and update asset allocations and investment objectives as directed for Dunham asset allocation program;
  • Assist in allocation rebalances, customer and financial advisor reviews;
  • Manage ongoing private equity relationships including capital calls, distribution notices, market value updates, and registration changes;
  • Perform asset reviews of outside accounts:
    • Review and compare asset allocation versus investment objectives;
    • Collect and review performance for outside accounts;
  • Review and submit proxy voting and automate process with ProxyEdge as needed;
  • Review and verify previous day trading activity against backup documentation;
  • Perform review of price variance and cash balance reports ensuring accuracy and compliance;
  • Create and maintain policies and procedures for DTC asset management in accordance with legally required compliance standards ensuring records are accurate and up-to-date;
  • Perform other tasks and projects as assigned.

Experience / Education Required:

  • College degree in a finance-related field or equivalent industry experience
  • Two or more years of experience in a financial services environment with considerable understanding of investments and securities;
  • Experience with ACATs and non-ACAT transfers;
  • Interest in and knowledge of the capital markets;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software with intermediate Excel skills;
  • Salesforce or other CRM experience;

Special Skills Required:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills;
  • Ability to maintain positive working relationships with staff, internally and externally;
  • Ability to analyze and understand operational systems;
  • Strong attention to detail;
  • Strong interpersonal & organization skills;
  • Flexibility in working with others;
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative.

Helpful Experience:

  • Experience as an assistant or client service role in a financial advisor office environment;
  • Working knowledge of portfolio management software such as Orion, Advent, PortfolioFolio Center, or Morningstar Office;
  • Familiarity with account applications and forms commonly used in financial services industry with major custodians such as Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade, Fidelity, Pershing, and wire houses.
Trust Associate - Las Vegas

Department Dunham Trust Company
Career Type Full Time
Posted 11/3/2022

Description

TRUST ASSOCIATE

Dunham Trust Company (DTC) offers a wide range of traditional trust services designed to meet virtually any client need, from custodial accounts and safekeeping of assets, to family trusts, wealth management and investment options. Headquartered in Reno, Nevada, Dunham Trust Company was chartered in 1999. The firm also has executive offices in Loveland, Colorado and Las Vegas, Nevada.

The DTC Trust Associate is responsible for ensuring the administration of all assigned client accounts in accordance with the authorities and permissions granted under applicable policies and procedures, and under the supervision of a designated Trust Officer. The Trust Associate is responsible for managing client relations, exercising certain fiduciary decision-making powers, safekeeping assets, and maintaining account records.

This is an onsite position located in our Nevada office. There is not the opportunity for remote work for this position.

Essential Functions: 

  • Develop professional relationships with parties related to assigned accounts and coordinate fiduciary and administrative services for those accounts in a timely, efficient manner;
  • Execute the terms of any estate plan or document for assigned accounts within proper discretionary and fiduciary authorities of a Trust Associate;
  • Coordinate communications with supervising Trust Officers and DTC discretionary committee as needed from time to time for matters requiring such approvals;
  • Collaborate with third-party advisors, including attorneys and accountants to assure proper wealth and tax planning;
  • Provide effective customer service and respond to inquiries from internal and external customers; 
  • Ensure all internal compliance and proper documentation requirements are met, consistent with internal fiduciary policies and procedures regarding new business and asset acceptances, discretionary actions, and all other policies, procedures, and guidelines;
  • Participate actively in business development efforts, including community and professional associations in order to broaden relationships, network, and continually deepen industry knowledge;
  • Complete annual administrative reviews for assigned accounts; ensure all internal compliance and proper documentation requirements are met and consistent with internal fiduciary policies;
  • Prepare court reporting for custody accounts and file with court within the appropriate timeframe;
  • Open accounts in Salesforce by obtaining, reviewing, and analyzing documentation from new clients; track and follow-up on missing items; complete new account forms;
  • Prepare forms for client disbursements, deposit receipts, automatic payment set up requests, wire transactions, ACH transfers and trade requests (in coordination with operations staff);
  • Consult with Trust Officers regarding proper vesting, handling, and following of assets;
  • Provide excellent customer service and respond to inquiries from internal and external customers; investigate and resolve problems as needed;
  • Comply with Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), OFAC Anti-Money Laundering (AML), and USA Patriot Act policies by properly identifying the identity of any person/business and account, maintaining records of the information used to verify each customer, and consulting lists of known terrorists prior to opening an account;
  • Participate in all required compliance training and report any customer suspected of suspicious activity immediately to the Chief Compliance Officer;
  • Comply with all appropriate regulations;
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of all records and data received and produced;

Education Required:

A.A. degree in Business, Finance, or Accounting or equivalent experience;

B.A. or B.S. degree strongly preferred

Experience Required:

Basic knowledge of related state/federal trust and applicable financial institution compliance regulations and other trust administrative operational policies;

3-5 years of relevant experience; finance or trust experience preferred

Excellent organizational skills with outstanding attention to detail

Excellent verbal and written communication skills;

Strong customer service skills;

Ability to multi-task and manage time efficiently.

Special Skills Required:

  • Attention to detail and excellent problem-solving skills
  • Accurate data entry skills
  • Excellent MS Office and computer skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Paralegal, trust, estate planning, or financial/investment background not required, but strongly preferred.

 

 

Trust Associate - Reno NV

Department Dunham Trust Company
Career Type Full Time
Posted 11/3/2022

Description

TRUST ASSOCIATE

Dunham Trust Company (DTC) offers a wide range of traditional trust services designed to meet virtually any client need, from custodial accounts and safekeeping of assets, to family trusts, wealth management and investment options. Headquartered in Reno, Nevada, Dunham Trust Company was chartered in 1999. The firm also has executive offices in Loveland, Colorado and Las Vegas, Nevada.

The DTC Trust Associate is responsible for ensuring the administration of all assigned client accounts in accordance with the authorities and permissions granted under applicable policies and procedures, and under the supervision of a designated Trust Officer. The Trust Associate is responsible for managing client relations, exercising certain fiduciary decision-making powers, safekeeping assets, and maintaining account records.

This is an onsite position located in our Nevada office. There is not the opportunity for remote work for this position.

Essential Functions: 

  • Develop professional relationships with parties related to assigned accounts and coordinate fiduciary and administrative services for those accounts in a timely, efficient manner;
  • Execute the terms of any estate plan or document for assigned accounts within proper discretionary and fiduciary authorities of a Trust Associate;
  • Coordinate communications with supervising Trust Officers and DTC discretionary committee as needed from time to time for matters requiring such approvals;
  • Collaborate with third-party advisors, including attorneys and accountants to assure proper wealth and tax planning;
  • Provide effective customer service and respond to inquiries from internal and external customers; 
  • Ensure all internal compliance and proper documentation requirements are met, consistent with internal fiduciary policies and procedures regarding new business and asset acceptances, discretionary actions, and all other policies, procedures, and guidelines;
  • Participate actively in business development efforts, including community and professional associations in order to broaden relationships, network, and continually deepen industry knowledge;
  • Complete annual administrative reviews for assigned accounts; ensure all internal compliance and proper documentation requirements are met and consistent with internal fiduciary policies;
  • Prepare court reporting for custody accounts and file with court within the appropriate timeframe;
  • Open accounts in Salesforce by obtaining, reviewing, and analyzing documentation from new clients; track and follow-up on missing items; complete new account forms;
  • Prepare forms for client disbursements, deposit receipts, automatic payment set up requests, wire transactions, ACH transfers and trade requests (in coordination with operations staff);
  • Consult with Trust Officers regarding proper vesting, handling, and following of assets;
  • Provide excellent customer service and respond to inquiries from internal and external customers; investigate and resolve problems as needed;
  • Comply with Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), OFAC Anti-Money Laundering (AML), and USA Patriot Act policies by properly identifying the identity of any person/business and account, maintaining records of the information used to verify each customer, and consulting lists of known terrorists prior to opening an account;
  • Participate in all required compliance training and report any customer suspected of suspicious activity immediately to the Chief Compliance Officer;
  • Comply with all appropriate regulations;
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of all records and data received and produced;

Education Required:

A.A. degree in Business, Finance, or Accounting or equivalent experience;

B.A. or B.S. degree strongly preferred

Experience Required:

Basic knowledge of related state/federal trust and applicable financial institution compliance regulations and other trust administrative operational policies;

3-5 years of relevant experience; finance or trust experience preferred

Excellent organizational skills with outstanding attention to detail

Excellent verbal and written communication skills;

Strong customer service skills;

Ability to multi-task and manage time efficiently.

Special Skills Required:

  • Attention to detail and excellent problem-solving skills
  • Accurate data entry skills
  • Excellent MS Office and computer skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Paralegal, trust, estate planning, or financial/investment background not required, but strongly preferred.

 

Future DTC Career Opportunities

Department Dunham Trust Company
Career Type Full Time
Posted 10/15/2018

Description

Dunham Trust Company, Inc. (DTC) accepts applications for future career opportunities even though there may not be current openings. If you would like to be considered for future positions, please attach your resume and cover letter (optional, but helpful) and answer the few questions attached to this application. 

 

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