Are you ready to start your career in a rapidly progressing company with service at the heart of everything we do? Then you’ve come to the right place.

We are GC Partners and we are a specialist financial exchange company. We help Private and Corporate clients move their money at the best rate, using our 20 years of experience, our bespoke technology and dedication to customer service. We have 6 offices around the globe including Hong Kong and Dubai, with further expansion in the future.

We have a fantastic opportunity for a Manager in our Reconciliations team.

If you have a collaborative and adaptable work ethic, a drive for success and are looking for your next opportunity then we would like to hear from you.

Job Purpose

We are currently seeking a manager for our recently-established Reconciliations team. The selected individual will lead and engage directly in business-as-usual activities around reconciliations. A good understanding of the full trade lifecycle in traditional asset classes and the reconciliation of that activity is essential.
This role will require full-time attendance to our Dering Street office.

Person Specification

The ideal candidate should be a fast learner with an aptitude for comprehending intricate systems. A proactive stance towards process improvement, combined with exemplary organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail, is necessary to thrive in our dynamic environment.

Duties/Responsibilities

  • Help to configure and validate reconciliation processes
  • Lead daily reconciliation of cash and trade transactions
  • Ensure that any breaks are promptly identified and resolved
  • Act as the counterpoint for cross-departmental cooperation around reconciliation requirements
  • Work closely with wider functions to address any discrepancies or issues
  • Help to scope and produce regular reporting on reconciliation activities (discrepancies, resolutions, timelines etc.)
  • Day-to-day management of analyst-level employees, including regular 1-to-1s, coaching and goal-setting
  • Engage with software vendors and IT to address system issues or enhancements
  • Identify and implement process improvements to increase efficiency and accuracy
  • Responsible for the maintenance of reconciliation policies and procedures
  • Ensure all processes adhere to legal/regulatory requirements, internal policies and guidelines

Qualification & Experience

  • 5+ years reconciliations experience from a cash or securities trading background
  • Knowledge of Safeguarding / CASS and wider regulatory framework
  • Familiarity with reconciliation software and platforms
  • Demonstration of software/platform implementation experience would be highly beneficial
  • A “can do” attitude and a positive disposition to change
  • Proficient at establishing credibility quickly and building relationships with a range of stakeholders
  • Ability to communicate effectively (both oral and written)
  • Good level of Excel and data management skills
  • Possess excellent analytical skills, with the ability to think independently and draw conclusions
  • Learning mindset and willingness to develop key skills and competencies

Benefits of working at GC Partners

  • Workplace pension – employer contributions
  • 25 days of holiday per year, plus bank holidays
  • Employee assistance programme
  • A truly global business with opportunities for growth
  • Plus additional benefits

Equal Opportunities

At GC Partners, we value diversity and inclusivity. We believe in celebrating our differences, no matter what that looks like. Join us in creating a workplace where everyone can thrive.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and each applicant is given fair consideration throughout the recruitment process.

Please be aware that due to the volume of applicants, we may not be able to respond to all applications.

If you are interested in joining the GC team, please email your CV, contact details, and responses to the following questions to [email protected]:

  •      What are your salary expectations?
  •      What is your current notice period?
  •      Do you have any holidays booked?