Key responsibilities of Credit Control Technician: Insurance Accounting: • Monitor Unallocated Cash and identify the corresponding Broker Statements • Verify these Broker statements against booked transactions • Investigate, resolve and where necessary escalate cash allocation and aged debt issues • Preparing Excel Credit Statements to assist allocation work • Maintain and monitor any items under query • Electronic Filing broker statements • Collaborate with Underwriting Assistants • Monitor own performance against team's SLA's and KPI's • Preparing invoices, premium reminders and notices of cancellation • Preparing Third Party Statements and corresponding payments • Ensuring processes, procedure and SLA's are met and adhered to • Monitor own performance against team's SLA's and KPI's • Assist and support the team on ad hoc tasks and projects, also outside of Insurance Accounting • Support various month close procedures as directed • Maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times Team Work • Seeks and communicates with management opportunities for continuous improvement within processes and procedures • Prioritise work and gives a good level of attention to detail to ensure team quality and timeliness targets are met • Be an active member of the team meetings, sharing relevant information with colleagues and contributing positively to the team's objectives • Developing and maintaining relationships with teams in own and in serviced countries • Raise salient business issues to the appropriate management level • Contribute to system and process change activities as directed • Any other duties as is reasonably requested Professionalism • Adherence to all relevant regulatory requirements forms part of your role, and the demonstration of behaviours as set out in the Conduct Risk Policy, as they relate to your role, is core to the company's commitment to placing customers at the centre of our business and behaving with integrity. The company expects you to understand your responsibilities relating to all regulatory and internal requirements, and to proactively demonstrate compliance with these requirements and behaviours at all times. These requirements include Solvency II, fair treatment of customers, Financial Crime, Data Protection, Conflicts of Interest, and Whistleblowing. • For SMCR SMF and Certified / Solvency II Roles (please remove if not applicable or include under Key Responsibilities if applicable) In virtue of your role's prescribed legal entity responsibilities, you will be required to: • Undertake your role with due regard to the prescribed responsibilities and regulatory requirements associated with that role - which may require undertaking appropriate learning & development. • Take appropriate responsibility for legal entity management oversight to enable the effective response to regulatory enquiry and challenge. • Oversee and contribute to the ongoing maintenance and fostering of a healthy culture.
Ideal person for this job: • Relevant accounting experience, preferably insurance accounting within the European or London Market • Good verbal and written communication skills • cellent Data Processing SkillsComputer Application literate, Very good MS Office skills; in particular Excel. • Experience of working to varying and tight deadlines • Ability to work independently • Strong analytical skills required • Good organisational Skills and time management (attention to detail critical)