Dealers Assistant – Institutional Equities

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Location: Sydney

Salary description: $70,000 - $80,000 + super and bonus

  • $100-150k AUD Equivalent
  • Permanent
  • 1 to 3 years of experience

Our client is a global tier-one broker seeking a Dealers Assistant to join their Sydney team supporting their institutional equity sales trading team

The role will be directly supporting the desk, liaising with their clients, placing trades on client behalf and providing further operational assistance to the team.


  • Distribute new account documents and required notifications to clients and review new account forms for accuracy and completeness, including input of client banking details
  • Assign account numbers and provide advisers with completed new account forms after management approval.
  • Arrange and assist with CHESS and sponsorship, off-market, broker to broker and issuer to CHESS transfer of client documents.
  • Authorise access and respond to client queries re website
  • Coordinate Initial Public Offering allocations and applicable client documentation. Liaise with back office and share registries regarding client and adviser enquiries
  • Coordinate client seminars, conferences and presentations. Maintain account files and undertake regular follow-up on missing documents
  • Process and monitor stock settlements, including follow up with clients re outstanding funds
  • Participate in department cross-training as required


  • Degree qualified within a banking related discipline
  • Strong communication skills is a must and ability and confidence to liaise with on the phone
  • Experience in the Australian and global securities markets in an  DA, operations or Client Services  capacity
  • Knowledge and understanding of financial markets fundamentals
  • Prior equity broking experience
  • Finance degree highly regarded

Contact Us in Sydney


Phone:+61 2 8246 8900

Hiring Staff: hire@antonmurray.com

Seeking Work: apply@antonmurray.com

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