Relationship Manager - Registered Products
Toronto, ON
Computershare is seeking an experienced client relationship manager that will be responsible for building and maintaining strong B2B client relationships in the broker dealer space. This position is the primary contact between Computershare Trust Company of Canada and an assigned group of registered plan (RRSP, RRIF, RESP, TFSA) trustee clients. The incumbent must respond to client inquiries via email or telephone, attend client meetings when requested, provide client documentation, monitor client compliance with Computershare’s policies and implement the terms and conditions of existing trust agreements. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills with experience interacting at a C-suite level, demonstrated success proactively identifying and resolving client issues and managing client expectations, while continually increasing client loyalty and overall client satisfaction.

By joining Computershare’s Corporate Trust team you will be part of a large corporation which is ranked number one in its industry. Teamwork, mutual support and high energy are only a few of the ways we can describe the environment in which you will have the opportunity to work. In addition to offering a competitive salary, Computershare provides benefits such as a pension fund and a share plan, as well as four weeks of vacation and a group RRSP, to name just a few! Launch your career by joining our team.

Overseeing the day-to-day activities of the regional registered plan client files to ensure quality of service, including coaching and assisting clients with registered plan issues that arise, such as, estate settlements, bankruptcies, seizures, legal claims and requests for various release of funds.
Respond to client inquiries and questions on registered plan (RRSP, RRIF, TFSA and RESP) legislative, administrative and policy issues, either by phone, email or in writing, including researching issues, interpreting legislation, analyzing client needs and/or consulting with management as necessary.
Build client understanding of Computershare’s client procedure manual to ensure that clients can efficiently resolve issues.
Liaising with senior executive corporate clients regarding items such as fees, receivables, interest payments, uninvested cash balances and assets under administration.
Preparing and filing any documentation with regulators for each client product and obtaining approval from the regulatory authorities to ensure compliance.
Maintaining current with all federal and provincial registered plan legislation through web site review and direct contact with the Federal/Provincial legislative units for registered products in order to ensure that Computershare’s documents and policies are current.
Maintaining and updating a detailed policy and procedure document for distribution to clients.
Accounts receivable responsibility, including; supply information for billing, review client invoices for accuracy and authorization of same in order to ensure all A/R are billed accurately.
Monitoring clients who perform administrative/record keeping functions to ensure compliance with Computershare policies and subsequent risk management reporting.
Identifying potential business opportunities and working with a sales department to attract new business.
Minimum 5 years relationship management experience, preferably in a financial services or broker/dealer environment with direct experience in registered plan administration (RRSPs, RRIFs, RESPs, TFSAs, etc.) or in a compliance role.
Working knowledge of pension industry, specifically locked-in products and legislation.
Undergraduate degree with working knowledge of investment industry and related products, completion of the Canadian Securities Course and/or Institute of Canadian Bankers Retirement and Benefits courses would be an asset.
A driven self starter with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
Strong ability to manage expectations and conflicts with clients.
Resolution of escalations at both an administrative and executive level.
Excellent communication, influencing and negotiating skills.
Responsive with a priority focus on customer service.
Strong computer skills with proficiency with Excel, Outlook and MS Word.
Limited travel may be required in some instances.
Fluency in French would be an asset.
At Computershare we invite you to share our vision and our commitment to excellence in everything that we do. Our people are entrepreneurial and innovative and serve our clients with precision and reliability because they count on us to deliver, every time.

Computershare sees diversity as a source of strength. The more different perspectives we have, the better equipped we’ll be to meet the demands of our diverse global customer base. We want every person who joins our team, every customer and every supplier to feel welcome. We believe in equality for everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender identity, race, religion, disability or sexual orientation. That applies throughout our company, around the world with no exceptions, regardless of differences. We will hire, develop, reward, promote and retain people purely on the basis of their talents, commitment, potential and the results they achieve. We will work hard to make sure everyone is included within our organization, removing barriers and obstacles to give everyone an equal opportunity to succeed.

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