Corporate Secretarial Senior Manager

Job Responsibilities
  • Manage a team in the most efficient manner. Groom, coach and train staff to enable them to carry out their roles effectively and efficiently.
  • Identify a successor in line with Company’s succession planning development and invest time in providing leadership training and mentoring.
  • Responsible for ensuring that commitments to clients (Listed Companies and Private Limited etc) are met with the utmost professional standards. Responsible for overall client management, client retention and client base expansion. Review fee and propose fee increase, where appropriate.
  • Possess an in-depth knowledge of existing and potential clients, their industry and key contacts. Meet prospective clients and and follow-through the job.
  • Oversee daily operation – preparation and co-ordination of the statutory registers, books and documents, including submission of statutory forms and documents to the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and Inland Revenue Authority (IRA). For Listed Companies, necessary submission to, Stock Exchange and The Central Depository within the stipulated deadlines.
  • Provide and organize training for other department’s staff on updates in the Listing Manual, Companies Act and/or Stock Exchange other rules which may impact other departments
  • Participate in the preparation of budgets and forecasts and comparison with previous budget / forecasts.
  • Identify and recommend improvements to current policies and procedures, processes and client servicing arrangements in line with current business and regulatory practices and in line with industry practices.
  • Undertake regional responsibilities, including developing regional businesses.
  • Minimum of an ICSA qualified Chartered Secretary or holds an LL.B degree or equivalent related qualification with twelve (12) years of relevant and related working experience
  • Extensive and in–depth knowledge of Listing Manual, Companies Act, Catalist Rules and Securities and Futures Act, Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act procedures and guidelines
  • Excellent interpersonal & negotiation skills
  • Strong communication / presentation skills
  • Ability to build team rapport with a willingness to share knowledge
  • Ability to lead and motivate a team of professional staff
  • Ability to Work in Harmony with Co-Workers
  • Ability to guide staff in technical matters
  • Ability to identify problems and issues and apply problem solving skills to provide solutions
  • Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines
  • Ability to multi–task under pressure
  • Meticulous, organized, detailed and deadline oriented