Diversified Trust – Nashville Office
Fiduciary Services Associate
The Fiduciary Services Associate (FSA) aids in the effective and efficient administration of Diversified Trust Company fiduciary responsibilities, identifying significant risks to the Firm while keeping informed of industry laws and trends. The FSA will assist with development and implementation of processes and procedures relating to fiduciary administration and compliance, working closely with the Senior Fiduciary Officer, the Chair of the Trust & Investment Committee, and the Firm's client service professionals, particularly Trust and Estate Specialists.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
The primary responsibilities of the Fiduciary Services Associate include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Organize research and coordinate creation of materials for regular Fiduciary Services updates and training to internal colleagues while serving as an ambassador for DTC Fiduciary Services to internal and external audiences.
- Assist Senior Fiduciary Officer with management of non-platform and excluded asset processes and procedures
- Manage pledged account requests, draft legal documentation and communications with outside financial firms for review and approval of Senior Fiduciary Officer
- Facilitate insurance policy management, including policy reviews with outside specialists, maintain policy ratings data and annual policy statements
- Preparation, administration and communication of the agenda, minutes and reports for the Trust & Investment Committee
- Manage Outside Counsel Review process and assist trust and estate professionals on new fiduciary appointments
- Support Chief Compliance Officer with Tennessee Department of Financial Institution (TDFI) audit requests and questions
- Assist DTC compliance professionals with internal audit systems, related file work and exception tracking and resolution, including reports to Audit and Risk Committee
Skills and Qualifications:
- Bachelor's degree in business or related field, or equivalent education and related training
- 3 to 5 years of compliance or legal services experience with a wealth management, trust, or financial services institution preferred
- Ethical practitioner with the ability to exercise sound judgment
- Ability to develop trust and build internal and external relationships
- Strong analytical abilities and excellent attention to detail; able to work under pressure and handle multiple tasks within deadlines
- Excellent writing and communication skills
- Proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and some experience with financial technology platforms (TrustDesk, ClientPoint, Black Diamond, etc.)
If this job seems like a good fit, please email your resume to HR@diversifiedtrust.com.