|description:||DOCUMENT EXAMINATION – DOCUMENTARY COLLECTIONS |
Our client offers a full range of trade products that support their customer's foreign sales and purchase requirements.
The position reports directly to the Team Leader, Global Trade Finance Operations.
The position is responsible to thoroughly review documents received.
Responsible for ascertaining that detail of the transaction are consistent with the customers’ business and that they comply with the terms and conditions under the general rules and guidelines set out by the International Chamber of Commerce.
Further, position is accountable to investigate and respond promptly to customers, branches and correspondent banks.
Understand and apply Trade Finance policies and procedures while and ensuring internal controls are maintained.
Monitor and scrutinize all counterparties and transaction details.
Escalate non-standard or high risk transactions or other activities as per AML Enhanced Due Diligence and Anti-Boycott Procedures as required.
Target Start Date: Beginning of March
Duration: 1 year
Reason opened: Mat Leave
Location: St Jacques Street – Montreal
Work Schedule: Variable from Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:45pm.
|advantages:||Working for a large company|
Dynamic work environment
|qualifications:||Bilingual (English, French) |
Inquisitive & able to make recommendations
Very well organized
Excellent Communication skills (verbal, written)-Must have a strong command of English
Ability to learn fast
Qualified and interested in this position? Call us, apply online at www.randstad.ca or send your CV to email@example.com.
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NICE TO HAVE:
Knowledge of Documentary Collections and URC 522.
Freight forwarding Industry experience
Banking/Financial Industry experience