The primary focus of the department is the timely management of client onboarding activities which includes analyzing supporting documents to issue security identifiers for the Canadian Capital Market and ensuring criteria have been met to make the securities eligible at CDS for trading, clearing and settlement. These activities are in support of initial public offerings, private placements, corporate actions, post trade processing, as well as cross border eligibility activities of our issuer clients and Participants. The team also manages data integrity on the securities eligible in the depository following the established global association standards.
Ensure all Customer requests and relevant data management activities are processed accurately, within the established guidelines and associated deadlines.
Complete analysis of legal documentation supporting new security issues to determine the infrastructure and processing requirements associated with the new security set up
Research, analyze and resolve issues and discrepancies identified and/or escalate critical issues promptly.
Ongoing customer service interaction with clients and other intermediaries to verify, confirm and complete assessment related to their requests
Assist with delivery on functions or projects within that team
A commitment to recommending improved productivity and efficiency through continual review of processing activities
Skills and Experience:
Undergraduate degree studies in either: Business/Commerce, Finance or Economics
Operational/business experience in the Securities Financial Industry
A good understanding of the different types of securities and associated features.
Familiarity with Issuer offering documents and circulars (Prospectus, Offering Circular, Articles of Incorporation, etc.)
Intermediate to expert knowledge of Excel as well as knowledge of other PC software systems (Google, MS Office, Lotus Notes, Internet, etc.).
Proven ability to provide excellent client service, maintain relationships, and work in a team oriented environment
Nice to Have(s):
Canadian Securities Course
Bilingual both written and oral preferred
Scheduled weekly hours: 37.5
8:30am - 5:00pm
Term start & end dates :
May 4, 2020 - August 28, 2020
TMX is committed to creating and sustaining a collegial work environment in which all individuals are treated with dignity and respect and one which reflects the diversity of the community in which we operate. We provide accommodations for applicants and employees who require it.