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Under the guidance of respective Sr. Fiduciary Services Officer in Webster Private Bank, provide superior client service and account management through a high touch relationship that encompasses administration and fiduciary oversight of wealth management for high net worth client.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide both pro-active and reactive service to clients by anticipating their needs, and responding to their inquiries on a timely basis. Communicate clearly and effectively and follow-up on outstanding items related to client requests and the overall administration of client accounts.
Maintain on-going relationships with clients, beneficiaries, trustors and related professionals connected with client accounts.
Provide effective and timely support on projects and more complex accounts. Monitor all assigned accounts in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Conduct account research for tax preparation analysis, preparation of payment authorizations and income accruals, resolving remittance, income collection, tax payment and securities transfer issues.
Facilitate internal service coordination to resolve issues and respond to client requests.
Interpret and implement requirements of trust instruments in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Prepare summary reports and accountings for distribution and discretionary payouts, tax preparation analyses and resolution of account transaction issues.
Initiate and authorize distribution of income and principal from accounts and control account cash requirements. Coordinate discretionary payments. Requests trades/transfers of funds to raise necessary cash.
Participate in prospect and client meetings, promoting the services and capabilities of the Private Bank.
Responsible for maintenance of data on various bank systems.
Performs special projects as needed
BS Required and knowledge of fiduciary services
At least three years experience within a Trust or Wealth Management environment
Strong analytical ability and problem-solving skills
Excellent relationship management, customer service and responsiveness to client needs
High level of problem solving and ability to deal with sensitive issues and clients
Ability to handle confidential matters judiciously
Knowledge of the interpretation and application of trust documents
Detailed oriented and accurate
Ability to multi-task and prioritize
Microsoft Office with advanced Excel and Word skills