Billing Clerk - Global Custody - Permanent, London
Posted on Dec 12, 2018 by Hudson IT
Billing Clerk - Finance/Fees Department - Global Markets - Global Custody & Securities - London, City. Permanent £22k. A Global bank with an exceptional working culture are seekings a Billing Clerk to join their Finance/Fees Department within Global Custody & Securities.
The purpose fo the role is to assist the fee billing officer in ensuring that the fee billing process is completed in line within appropriate deadlines and to provide cover on all Client invoice and billing processes.
To ensure that clients are billed accurately in terms of both timeliness, billing methodology and in line with mandated charging structure.
To complete client invoices.
To reconcile and control the accounting entries.
To control the accuracy of the security pricing.
To undertake the monthly cyclical routine by following the following pre-defined schedule, which are time critical in the maintenance of the departmental income flow:
collect data from various sources. compile this into a central database, produce invoices and despatch. produce manual invoices where necessary. produce management information. monitor receipt and post entries into the database as well as main operating systems. ensure comprehensive record keeping highlight and chase non payment. set-up new accounts in the fees database. To carry out such other duties as requested by the Financial Controller & Chief Operating Officer.
An A level standard of education is required with a very good understanding of Microsoft packages, (Excel is essential as this is a junior position. Some knowledge of the securities/global custody environment would be an advantage
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