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Our current vacancies are listed below. When you apply, you will be redirected to the relevant vacancy page on the recruitment portal of our parent company, First Names Group.

Because we believe talented individuals are the key to our success, we place special emphasis on attracting and retaining people who add to our talent pool.

Find out more about First Names Group’s approach to recruitment and career development.

Moore Management is the funds arm of First Names Group, a leading provider of trust, fund and corporate services employing over 700 'First Names' and operating out of 14 strategic locations world wide.

Current Vacancies

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Jersey - Director

We have an exciting new opportunity for a Director to join our team in Jersey. We're looking for something who will identify new business opportunities for Moore Management, with the main focus regions being London, the Channel Islands and Ireland.

Location: Jersey
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: 35
Closing Date: 28 July 2017

What will you do?

Client service

  • Motivate and promote a culture within Moore and First Names Group for cross referrals and additional business recommendations to support business strategy and the delivery of a high quality and client-centric service
  • Actively analyse output from business development activity across Moore and First Names Group to ensure cross-pollination of opportunities arising
  • Manage the delivery and implementation of projects and initiatives that support Moore's growth strategy, taking into account the need to support 'business as usual' (BAU) activities
  • Articulate and drive requirements for consistent reporting to the board, shareholders and the Moore leadership team

Team leadership and collaboration

  • Work collaboratively with the Moore leadership team to develop a strategy and associated products and services
  • Coordinate and share new opportunities across Moore and First Names Group; effectively market, internally and externally, new products and services or opportunities
  • Exploit and act upon identified opportunities for growth of the Moore business to maximum benefit
  • Lead the Go To Market (GTM) strategy and initiatives across the Moore business
  • Work closely and collaboratively with the First Names Group GTM teams to develop market understanding and insight by defining approaches, provide guidelines that help identify and prioritise principal and secondary target markets across Moore's jurisdictions, and provide regular feedback to the Moore leadership team on markets and industry trends
  • Work closely with the Group Business Development Director to manage the development and implementation of an effective GTM strategy by engaging with key stakeholders and putting in place approaches, guidelines and reporting measures that drive effective participation across Moore and First Names Group
  • Work effectively in partnership with senior managers in Moore and the wider Group to ensure business development plans make full use of the range of knowledge, experience and opportunities across the business
  • Lead by example through active participation in new business client pitches for Moore Management

Commercial focus

  • Lead the focus on attracting business of the highest quality for Moore Management
  • Respond to new business enquiries, ensuring speed of response and that quality is consistently high
  • Develop and drive agreed Moore initiatives in relation to the marketing, public relations and business development strategy with a view to monetising the brand and driving revenue generation, ensuring effective implementation
  • Define, in collaboration with the Moore leadership team, new market opportunities to generate new revenue, leading research into opportunities through to development of new products/solutions
  • Identify and establish the commercial viability of growth opportunities for Moore's jurisdictions
  • Establish innovative means to generate new revenue opportunities through approaches to intermediaries and other potential untapped sources of new business
  • Create consistent processes to ensure uniform system-led management information on all aspects of organic growth
  • Identify improvements and deliver comprehensive tracking and monitoring processes for all business development activity, to ensure it is effectively planned, coordinated and executed to optimal cost and benefit
  • Establish the information requirements and manage the design and implementation of all business development reports ensuring delivery on time and to a highest

Risk management

  • Ensure adequate resources are allocated to supporting the Group Risk Framework for implementing new initiatives, ongoing reporting and business development BAU activities
  • Assign clear responsibilities and accountabilities for the identification and escalation of risk issues within areas of responsibility
  • Maintain up-to-date information on developments in the various jurisdictions that affect the business development of Moore Management and ensure compliance at all times
  • Follow agreed Moore and First Names Group policies and procedures, ensure standards are adhered to in order to eliminate risks and, in the case of non-compliance, inform the Moore leadership team and Risk and Compliance in a timely manner and ensure timely responses to risk and compliance queries

What do you need to succeed?

  • Proven track record in business development with generalist fund management and administration experience in a multi-jurisdictional business
  • Excellent understanding of the drivers in the funds sector (where people and quality of client service are the ingredients to driving revenue and profitability)
  • Proven ability to build and maintain excellent client relationships
  • Technical expertise with business acumen
  • Planning skills - ability to think ahead, predict problems and plan responses and resources accordingly
  • Adaptability and flexibility to change approaches to match circumstances and external changes while keeping a clear focus on the end product
  • Highly effective management and planning skills
  • Experience of working within a Group environment and managing key and high-level stakeholders internally and externally
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills
  • Proven track record of meeting or exceeding sales targets
  • Educated to degree level
  • Professional qualification - holder of a relevant qualification from a recognised professional body or financial institution
  • Evidence of continued professional development (CPD)
  • Extensive knowledge and experience of the Funds industry across multiple jurisdictions
  • Knowledge and experience of the regulatory and legal requirements in relevant jurisdictions


If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you and look forward to receiving your application.

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Jersey - Senior Administrator, Alternative Funds

We are looking for a Senior Administrator to join our Alternative Fund Administration team in Jersey. The successful candidate will work collaboratively and proactively with our Administration and Accounting functions to implement processes and enforce policies and procedures - providing high-quality client service as well as accurate, timely provision of administration services across our private equity, fund of funds, and open-ended fund structures.

Location: Jersey
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: Full time (35 hours)
Closing Date: 4 August 2017

What will you do?

The successful candidate will complete a wide variety of fund administration tasks - including more complex client administration and accounting matters - accurately and in a timely manner, thereby supporting Moore’s ever-growing and diversified international client base.

We are looking for someone to:

  • Proactively support the management team with the day-to-day administration of their client fund portfolios
  • Support and oversee the more junior members of the Alternative Fund Administration team in day-to-day administrative tasks and with the more technical and complex fund administration queries
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with the Alternative Fund Administration team and management to promote a culture of support and ensure a collaborative approach to servicing our clients
  • Work proactively and collaboratively with all Alternative Fund Administration team members on all client administration and accounting tasks
  • Be responsible for overseeing the accurate and timely completion of corporate action and payment logs undertaken by more junior members of the Alternative Fund Administration team
  • Provide timely and constructive feedback on client matters to the management team
  • Plan, prioritise and organise tasks and activities efficiently, ensuring effective time management
  • Assist management with the induction and development of new recruits
  • Take ownership for maintaining continuous professional development (CPD) as required for the role and/or for existing professional qualifications or regulatory requirements
  • Complete all fund administration work pertaining to clients in a timely manner and in adherence with company policies and procedures
  • Complete more complex client fund administration and accounting matters accurately and in a timely manner
  • Support the client onboarding team with the preparation of proposals for new clients
  • Actively participate at board meetings and explain more complex technical matters clearly to the management team and the board of directors
  • Be responsible for overseeing the accurate and timely distribution of quarterly/annual financial statements and reports in conjunction with more junior members of the team
  • Complete the annual general meeting process for corporate and fund vehicles, and fulfil all statutory filing requirements
  • Complete company incorporation and limited partnership registration documents
  • Support the launch of private equity, fund of funds and open-ended fund structures and with project work as the business requires
  • Support an ongoing programme of continuous improvement to client service by proactively identifying enhancements to processes and escalating opportunities as appropriate to the management team
  • Be responsible for timely completion and distribution of notices for limited partnerships prepared by the administrators
  • Ensure the receipt of drawdowns are being monitored by more junior staff effectively and ensure follow up for any outstanding payments
  • Be responsible for overseeing the accurate processing of payments onto various electronic banking systems in accordance with internal policies and procedures
  • Be responsible for overseeing the effective coordination of fund subscriptions, transfers and redemptions undertaken by more junior members of the Alternative Fund Administration team
  • Develop a good technical understanding of legal and regulatory requirements and industry best practice that are relevant to Moore and its clients
  • Proactively highlight any potential risk issues to the management and compliance teams
  • Proactively support the compliance team with client reviews as and when required and assist the management team with the prompt resolution of client review points
  • Be aware of issues as they arise and provide information and feedback to the management team as appropriate

What do you need to succeed?

  • Fund administration experience essential
  • Evidence of commitment to a high standard of client service
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Good IT skills
  • Excellent organisational ability and good analytical skills
  • Experience in supporting more junior administration or accounting team members
  • Strong attention to detail
  • ICSA qualified or other relevant qualification (e.g. ACCA or CISI)
  • Ideally membership of relevant professional institute
  • Evidence of CPD
  • Good knowledge of the finance industry in Jersey

If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you and look forward to receiving your application.

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Other opportunities (all jurisdictions)

Moore is a dynamic and fast-growing business and as such we are always seeking talented individuals wishing to progress their careers.

If this is you and if the role you are seeking is not advertised, please do get in touch with us at

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Jersey - Associate Director

We have an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director to join our Compliance team in Jersey. This role will support the Risk and Compliance Director in the provision of Compliance Services ensuring that all in-house & client operations are run in accordance with relevant legal & regulatory requirements.

Location: Jersey
Closing Date: 25th August 2017

What will you do?

The successful candidate will ensure both effectiveness and probity in the delivery of superior internal and external client service, participate fully and proactively in the promotion of the Compliance department and culture within the Company.

Key responsibilities

  • Lead, identify and develop talent within the compliance function to meet business needs current and future growth, eliminating the risks of key man dependencies, whilst motivating and mobilising top talent for immediate and future roles.
  • Represent the Compliance Team professionally when attending Committee or Sub-Committee meetings or Forums and report as appropriate.
  • Maintaining Continual Professional Development at a level required by the role and/or for existing professional qualifications to meet regulatory requirements.
  • Actively ensure that appropriate service standards and company policies and procedures are adhered to at all times and any deficiencies reported.
  • Deliver the highest level of client service in line with our Group behaviours.
  • Review new and current policies, procedures, processes and checklists for all departments to ensure compliant with relevant laws and regulations and assist with drafting as and when appropriate.
  • Proactively manage Compliance projects, registers, tasks and other miscellaneous administration to ensure accurate and timely completion.
  • Provide compliance support and advice to business units across the group as required.
  • Ensure that regular Compliance updates are issued in a timely manner as appropriate, to educate and inform the Group.
  • In liaison with the Risk and Compliance Director, ensure that the Company adheres to Group Policies and Guidelines.
  • Develop and take control of the Compliance Monitoring Plan, ensuring that testing of the company’s procedures is implemented and standards are met and reporting, addressing or escalating issues that arise therefrom.
  • Ensure that investigatory work on Compliance issues is carried out thoroughly and in a timely manner.
  • Oversee the review of potential new business and represent Compliance in the approval process
  • Assist with the identification and assessment of risk within the Moore group. Ensure appropriate controls are created and maintained for Moore entities to ensure they meet their legal and regulatory obligations and that risk is appropriately managed.
  • Review internal ‘red flag’ reports, escalating concerns and working with the business to ensure appropriate resolutions are implemented.
  • Deliver Compliance and AML training to the business where necessary

What do you need to succeed?


  • Relevant professional qualification
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Sound knowledge of the local legislative and regulatory framework
  • Comprehensive knowledge of funds and related investment activity
  • Experience of compliance and risk is essential
  • Experience of internal audit or review work would be preferred
  • Knowledge, understanding and experience of risk mitigation
  • Experience of working with external authorities
  • Evidence of commitment to client service based on understanding client’s needs
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong leadership and management skills
  • Strong IT systems knowledge

So how about you?

Our commitment to you is that we will help you become your personal best. All of our First Names benefit from a comprehensive and individually tailored training programme. We focus on a holistic skillset of professional accreditation and management development, soft skills, coaching and technical training. This is a business built by people, so helping our people be great is great for business.

First Names Group

We are an independent and innovative sectoral leader. Did you know we’ve grown three-fold in the last three years and have offices in 14 different locations around the globe. We credit this growth to our people – talented and driven individuals making things better for their teams, clients and communities. We call ourselves ‘First Names’.

If you think this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you and look forward to receiving your application.


  • Emma Price, Associate Director
    “I chose to work for Moore as I wanted to work for a fund administrator that prides itself on providing its clients with high quality and personalised services. I liked the fact that Moore is relatively small, allowing me have to have more exposure and input into all areas of the business, but it also has the benefits of being part of a larger organisation - First Names Group. Because my role very much depends on what is happening with my clients, no two days are ever the same - which I love! But the best thing about Moore for me is the people I work with. It is brilliant to be part of a team that supports each other to provide the best service possible.”
    Emma Price, Associate Director
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