The Corporate Actions team Analyst sits within the Banking Services Operations Division of BNP Paribas Securities Services (BP2S). They are responsible for the correct processing of AU/NZ Fixed Income and Equity corporate actions, including income, dividend reinvestment plans, corporate events, research and proxy voting.
The role of the Corporate Actions team is to research all Australian and New Zealand equity and fixed income Corporate Actions complex events, process and reconcile all client instructions to market, oversee cash and security breaks, respond to any corporate event related queries and contribute to any Corporate Action related projects.
They are a motivated and results focused team, as theirs is a high risk, time critical function. They communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders (including Account Managers, Brokers, ASX and BNP Paribas clients) as part of their process management.
The Corporate Actions Analyst performs an important role in the Corporate Actions team as they are responsible for processing and reviewing the team’s BAU, query and reconciliation management.
Their tasks may include but are not limited to;
The successful candidate has an excellent work ethic, has the ability to work independently and collaboratively with the team and will be committed to achieving the team objectives. They are personally accountable, enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done and they are committed to meeting deadlines and producing complete and accurate work in line with operational risk and compliance policies. They support the team and other team members in participating in cross training and provide support and coverage during busy periods. They have a desire to progress and develop technical knowledge and skills, identify, propose and implement solution regarding risks preventative measure and improvement opportunities.
Indicative Breakdown of Role
Processing / Reviewing of BAU
Queries and reconciliation
Projects/ Risk and Compliance / Process Improvements
Technical and behavioral competencies