Infosys BPM, the business process management subsidiary of Infosys, provides end-to-end transformative services for its clients across the globe. The company’s integrated IT and BPM solutions approach enables it to unlock business value across industries and service lines, and address business challenges for its clients.
Process Executive – Corporate action analyst German Language – 300 Post
Responsible for mandatory and voluntary corporate actions (Rights Issues, Stock Splits, Mergers and Takeovers, etc) Sourcing local media for Corporate Actions via CSDs, paying agents, national financial newspapers, companies and stock exchanges
Announcing and updating corporate actions (dividends, rights issues, bonus issues, DRIPS, SCRIPS, name changes, takeovers and mergers etc.
Responsible for events creation (Cash Stock Options, DRIPs, Rights Issues, Stock Splits, Mergers and Takeovers, etc.)
Operate with custodian’s banks, transfer agents, brokers/dealers, business partners, and clients. Ex-1 Cash Dividends rates updating on funds
Manage high pressure, time sensitive and confidential (non-public) information.
Responsible for mandatory corporate actions and Cash Stock Options.
Sourcing local media for Corporate Actions via web sources, national financial newspapers, companies and stock exchanges.
Level 6 qualification in Business, Finance, Accounting, Computer Science, Economics or equivalent work experience
Fluency in English and German (C1 capability necessary)
Strong interpersonal and client relationship building abilities
Self-starter, entrepreneurial skills
Solid project management skills and prior experience of executing on complex projects under strict timelines.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, particularly client management
Prior experience or strong knowledge and understanding of corporate finance
Keen interest in information management and technology and product development
Ability to adapt in a fast-paced changing environment
A background in equity markets with additional knowledge of corporate events (M&A, distributions, etc.) would also be an advantage.