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Working with United

At United, we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust.

Do you have first-class knowledge and intellect, but also the empathy to understand our clients and their situation? Do you have the drive to get things done for somebody you know and respect? Do you deliver on your promises? Then United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

We chose our company name because it breathes our strong team spirit. Working with United is nothing like a big-bank job. What we offer is freedom. Freedom to provide high-quality, flexible and truly personal service. Freedom to go the extra mile - and then a few more. Freedom to work in a broad range of specialist fields - or dive deep into one of them.

We want our workforce to be a reflection of our client base and to feel a connection with the markets we operate in. That means your unique background and language set may be particularly useful to us. Likewise, we value any experience you may have in community service.

Vacancies

Use the filters below to view the job openings at our offices around the world. Are you interested in one of the vacancies? Then please apply online. You can also use the form to express interest in future openings with our company. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications.

United is permanently on the lookout for talents of all kinds. Regardless whether we have current vacancies that match your profile, if you are interested in "uniting" with us, please send us an open application using the form below. 

The Netherlands

IT Support Officer

Due to expansion of our IT team, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam.

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Who are we?
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world over. Our 170 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe.

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

What does an IT Support Officer do?
The IT support officer has a functional reporting line to the Group CTO and a direct reporting line to the Director. The main tasks and responsibilities of the IT support officer include:

  • Providing 1st, 2nd, 3rd level IT support and acting as interface between Group IT and local office IT initiatives
  • Managing facilities and maintaining physical office resources and infrastructure
  • Continually improving and monitoring the NL user environment and end user satisfaction
  • Training users in using business applications
  • Managing and supporting user applications including but not limited to Microsoft dynamics CRM, SharePoint, Jira and other applications
  • Managing and supporting local servers, firewalls and other IT related systems
  • Developing and implementing the feedback loop and reporting performance metrics back to management
  • Maintaining our SharePoint support portal
  • Travelling to other office locations and mentoring junior support staff/third party support providers

Additionally, we see the IT support officer playing an important role in the following:

  • Working with Group IT in further optimising IT support processes and documentation
  • Developing vendor relationships and sourcing computer hardware and supplies
  • Acting as a role model for future support staff and support staff from other offices
  • Developing training and support materials

Who are we looking for?
Are you passionate about resolving critical technical issues? Committed to deliver exceptional IT support for business users? Then join our team!
To be successful in this position you need: 

  • At least a BSc IT or equivalent professional qualification
  • Hands-on, pro-active, highly motivated mindset
  • Ability to work in teams and independently, self-starter
  • Excellent oral and written command of English
  • Two to three years’ experience in an international environment
  • Ability to proactively create and maintain contact with the end-user
  • A solid understanding of and experience with various Microsoft business applications to support users of the platform with best practices
  • Excellent communication skills to collaborate with business teams and share best-practice knowledge
  • Excellent troubleshooting and diagnostic skills

What can we offer?
You will have the exciting opportunity of a full-time position working as an IT support officer, with the ability to influence the organisation and its daily operations by championing optimisation and automation. You will receive the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our staff a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust. Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications.

Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 / hr.nl@uibt.com

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Business Compliance Officer

Due to expansion of our Compliance team, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam

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Who are we?
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world over. Our +170 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe. 

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our team of some 40 dedicated, experienced and multi-lingual staff is based in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. To be part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does a Business Compliance Officer do?
The Business Compliance Officer is part of our day-to-day administrative and operational compliance team and supports the first line teams in the execution of their compliance-related tasks. He or she works closely with the first line teams, the Compliance Function and the Director Legal and Compliance. The Business Compliance Officer is responsible for implementing and administering certain aspects of UIM’s Compliance programme and advises the Director Legal and Compliance on amendments to be made there due to regulatory, legal and other changes.

As our Business Compliance Officer, you contribute to the development and implementation of certain aspects of our company’s compliance programme. You will also be part of United’s operational compliance team and support the first line teams in the execution of their compliance-related tasks.

Your  main tasks and responsibilities include:

  • Acting as a review, quality assurance and evaluation expert to ensure that compliance topics, issues or concerns within the organisation are being appropriately evaluated, investigated, resolved and properly documented
  • Actively supporting the first line employees with their compliance tasks and responsibility in the identification and mitigation of integrity risks and acting as first point of contact for the first line regarding all compliance matters
  • Advising and supporting the first line of defence in the identification and mitigation of integrity risks with regard to clients, client activities, transactions and their relations
  • Advising and supporting the first line of defence with their periodical review of the client files (the Client Review cycle)
  • Helping to ensure the progress and the quality of the periodical review of the client files (the Client Review cycle) by first line of defence and coordinating/consulting on this with the Compliance Officers (second line)
  • Helping to ensure the timely performance and quality of client screening (Pascal checks) by the first line of defence
  • Helping to  ensure the timely performance and quality of transaction monitoring by the first line of defence.
  • Helping to ensure all clients have an up-to-date, complete and client specific Transaction Profile
  • Maintaining and updating client files in the database
  • Creating compliance awareness within the first line and working closely with the second line on the advice regarding different compliance matters
  • Coordinating sanctions updates for the first line and assists the Compliance Function in development, initiation, maintenance and revision of work instructions and templates in agreement with Director Legal and Compliance
  • Attending, as a member of the United compliance team, the monthly compliance committee meetings with management and Group Compliance Meetings
  • Contributing to and supporting the development of a corporate culture where ethical and compliant values-based behaviour is embraced by all employees
  • Assisting in the development of tools that improve the internal risk assessment and implementation of a compliance awareness curriculum
  • Proactively identifying, monitoring and advising on the compliance risks associated with the risk profile of United
  • Building and maintaining close relationships with the relevant internal and external stakeholders

Who are we looking for?
We seek people who are pro-active, resilient and flexible, with strength of character and the capacity to challenge and influence. To be successful in this position you need to display capability of developing sound mitigation strategies and finding workable solutions on transaction monitoring, KYC and CDD. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and the ability to clearly explain regulatory compliance and compliance risks to subject matter experts, the first line and clients.

If you have a Master’s degree in law, business, or economics, solid relevant professional experience and/or certification as Compliance Officer, we invite you to apply for the Business Compliance Officer role. Knowledge of compliance and integrity, trust services, its related business corporate and tax laws, and familiarity with WTT, Wwft, AML-regulations and Sanctions Act are an advantage.

 What can we offer?
You will have the exciting opportunity to work as a Business Compliance Officer, with the ability to influence the organisation and its daily operations by championing optimisation and automation. You will get the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our employees a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust.

Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications. 

Human Resources  
​Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 | hr.nl@uibt.com 

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Junior/Medior Compliance Officer

Due to expansion of our Compliance team, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam

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Who are we?
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world over. Our +170 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe. 

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our team of some 40 dedicated, experienced and multi-lingual staff is based in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. To be part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does a Junior/Medior Compliance Officer do?
The Junior/Medior Compliance Officer is part of our day-to-day administrative and operational compliance team and supports the Director Legal and Compliance in the execution of her tasks.

The Junior/Medior Compliance Officer is responsible for implementing and administering certain aspects of our compliance programme, keeps track of the compliance planning, liaises with the Business Compliance Officers (first line of defence), reports to the Compliance Manager and advises the Director Legal and Compliance on amendments to be made due to regulatory, legal and other changes.

Key responsibilities:

  • Acting as an independent (second line of defence) review, check and evaluation expert to ensure that compliance topics, issues or concerns within the organisation are being appropriately evaluated, investigated and resolved and properly documented
  • Monitoring and checking the progress and the quality of the periodical review of the client files (the Client Review cycle) by first line of defence and coordinating/consulting on this with the Business Compliance Officers
  • Monitoring and checking the timely performance, quality and follow up of screening (Pascal checks) performed by the first line of defence
  • Monitoring and checking the timely performance and quality of transaction monitoring performed by the first line of defence.
  • Monitoring and (periodically) checking client transactions and bank statements, specifically whether all picked transactions fall in scope of the Transaction Profile
  • Jointly with the other compliance team members, developing, initiating, maintaining and revising procedures, policies, work instructions and templates in agreement with Director Legal and Compliance
  • Developing and overseeing certain aspects of the compliance monitoring programme to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations
  • Contributing to the set-up and maintenance of the compliance year plan
  • Contributing to the compliance monitoring plan and underlying work programmes
  • Executing various compliance monitor programmes and reporting the results to management
  • Identifying potential integrity risk areas and compliance vulnerabilities, performing an integrity risk assessment to determine their likelihood and impact, recommending mitigating measures and monitoring the follow-up
  • Coaching/supporting the Business Compliance Officers with their first-line compliance role in the teams on the identification and mitigation of integrity risks
  • Coaching/supporting the Business Compliance Officers with their first line compliance role in the teams on the monitoring of (large/complex) transactions and identification and mitigation of integrity risks, creating compliance awareness of integrity risks with the first line
  • Liaising with Business Compliance Officers and clients on complicated compliance matters
  • Conducting due diligence screening of prospective clients, maintaining client acceptance files (CDD) and advising management with respect to the (re)acceptance or termination of client relationships
  • Maintaingn and updateing the database on client (acceptance) files
  • Identifying integrity risks and contributing to the SIRA
  • Jointly with the other compliance team members, seeing to timely filings with FIU and DCB
  • Keeping track of the compliance planning
  • Preparing and attending as a member of the United compliance team the monthly Compliance Committee Meetings with management and taking minutes of these meetings
  • Attending Group Compliance Meetings
  • Managing and training of junior and new colleagues
  • cting as our liaison manager for the regulator, other governmental bodies and external auditors
  • Contributing to and supporting the development of a corporate culture where ethical and compliant values-based behaviour is embraced by all employees
  • Contributing to the development of tools that improve internal (integrity) risk assessment
  • Contributing to the development of and implementing a compliance awareness curriculum
  • Proactively identifying, monitoring and advising on the integrity risks associated with United’s integrity risk profile
  • Building and maintaining close relationships with the relevant internal and external stakeholders

Who are we looking for?
We seek people who are proactive, inquisitive, open-minded, conscientious, resilient and flexible, with strength of character and the capacity to challenge and influence. To be successful in this position you need to display good judgment skills and a clear affinity with integrity and soft control, strong communication skills and the ability to clearly explain regulatory compliance and compliance (integrity) risks to subject matter experts, Business Compliance Officers, 1st line of defense employees and clients. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required in English and strongly preferred in Dutch.

If you have a Master’s degree in Dutch law/tax Law/economics/business administration or solid relevant professional experience and/or certification as a Compliance Officer, plus at least 2 years’ experience in a compliance role at a trust office or a financial service provider, we invite you to apply for this role.

Knowledge of compliance and integrity, trust services, the related business corporate and tax laws, and familiarity with WTT, Wwft, AML-regulations and Sanctions Act are an advantage.

What can we offer?
You will have the exciting opportunity to work as a Junior/Medior Compliance Officer, with the ability to influence the organisation and its daily operations by championing optimisation and automation. You will get the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our employees a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust.

Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications. 

Human Resources  
​Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 | hr.nl@uibt.com 

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Compliance Officer

Due to expansion of our Compliance team, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam.

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Who are we?
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world over. Our +170 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe. 

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our team of some 40 dedicated, experienced and multi-lingual staff is based in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. To be part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does a Compliance Officer do?
The Compliance Officer is part of our day-to-day administrative and operational compliance team and supports the first line teams in the execution of their compliance-related tasks. The Business Compliance Officer works closely with the first line teams, the Compliance Function and the Director Legal and Compliance. He or she is responsible for implementing and administering certain aspects of our compliance programme and advises the Director Legal and Compliance on amendments to be made there due to regulatory, legal and other changes.

The Medior Compliance Officer is responsible for implementing and administering certain aspects of our compliance programme, keeps track of the compliance planning, and liaises with the Business Compliance Officers (1st line of defence). He or she reports to the Compliance Manager and advises the Director Legal and Compliance on amendments to be made there due to regulatory, legal and other changes.

Focus areas and key responsibilities for this position include: 

  • Acting as an independent (2nd line of defence) review, check and evaluation expert to ensure that compliance topics, issues or concerns are being appropriately evaluated, investigated, resolved and documented
  • Liaising with the compliance team members in order to develop, initiate, maintain and revise procedures, policies, work instructions and templates in agreement with Director Legal and Compliance
  • Developing and overseeing certain aspects of the compliance monitoring programme to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations
  • Helping to set up and maintain the compliance year plan
  • Identifying potential integrity risk areas and compliance vulnerabilities, performing an integrity risk assessment to determine their likelihood and impact, recommending mitigating measures and monitoring the follow-up
  • Creating compliance awareness of integrity risks with the first line by liaising with Business Compliance Officers and clients on complicated compliance matters
  • Conducting a due diligence screening of prospective and existing clients, maintaining client acceptance files (CDD) and advising management with respect to the (re)acceptance or termination of client relationships
  • Monitoring the progress of the periodical CRF cycle, quality of screenings (Pascal checks), and quality of transaction monitoring performed by the first line of defence
  • Checking client transactions and bank statements (monthly), and checking whether all picked transactions fall in scope of the Transaction Profile
  • Maintaining and updating the database on client (acceptance) files
  • Seeing, Jointly with the other compliance team members, to timely filings with FIU and DCB
  • Keeping track of the compliance planning
  • Preparing and attending, as a member of the United compliance team, the monthly Compliance Committee Meetings with management and taking minutes of these meetings
  • Managing and training of junior and new colleagues
  • Acting as our liaison manager for the regulator, other governmental bodies and external auditors
  • Contributing to and supporting the development of a corporate culture where ethical and compliant values-based behaviour is embraced by all employees
  • Contributing to the development of tools that improve internal (integrity) risk assessment and implementing a compliance awareness curriculum
  • Proactively identifying, monitoring and advising on the integrity risks associated with United’s integrity risk profile and contributing to the SIRA
  • Building and maintaining close relationships with the relevant internal and external stakeholders

Who are we looking for?
We seek people who are proactive, inquisitive, open-minded, conscientious, resilient and flexible, with strength of character and the capacity to challenge and influence. To be successful in this position you need to display good judgment skills and a clear affinity with integrity and soft control, strong communication skills and the ability to clearly explain regulatory compliance and compliance (integrity) risks to subject matter experts, Business Compliance Officers, 1st line of defence employees and clients. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required in English and strongly preferred in Dutch.

If you have a Master’s degree in Dutch law/tax Law/economics/business administration or solid relevant professional experience and/or certification as a Compliance Officer, plus at least three years’ experience in a compliance role at a trust office or a financial service institute, we invite you to apply for the Business Compliance Officer role.

Knowledge of compliance and integrity, trust services, the related business corporate and tax laws, and familiarity with WTT, Wwft, AML-regulations and Sanctions Act are an advantage.

What can we offer?
You will have the exciting opportunity to work as a Compliance Officer, with the ability to influence the organisation and its daily operations by championing optimisation and automation. You will get the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our employees a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust.
Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications. 

Human Resources  
​Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 | hr.nl@uibt.com 

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FSSC Financial Accountant

Due to expansion of our Financial Shared Services Centre, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam.

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Who are we
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world over. Our 160+ experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe. 

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our team of some 40 dedicated, experienced and multilingual staff is based in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. To be part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does an FSSC Financial Accountant do? 
As an FSSC Financial Accountant you’ll be responsible for the bookkeeping, financial reporting and control of remote United offices. In this independent role you will work from our Amsterdam office as part of our Financial Shared Services Centre team. You will report to the CFO and the management teams of the offices. Your main tasks and responsibilities include:

  • Collating and preparing periodic reporting (e.g. annual reports, management accounts and further analytical reports) 
  • Monitoring and processing the office’s time writing and billing processes
  • Managing net working capital
  • Liaising with local offices to ensure documentation and information is provided in accordance with relevant timetables
  • Ensuring quality control on financial transactions, financial reporting/performance and subsequent analytics
  • Developing and documenting business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal control

What we are looking for?
United is looking for a professional with excellent communication skills, strong Excel skills and a minimum of three years’ experience in an international environment. Attention to detail is essential, as well as an intuitive mind and self-motivation with drive and initiative.

This position will suit you if your’re keen to work as part of an international group, eager and driven, and would enjoy working in a friendly, focused and result-driven organisation. 

To be successful in this position you need to be native/fluent in English (written and verbal). Strong computer skills are required, and experience with Microsoft FinOps (Microsoft Dynamics framework) is a plus.

If you have a Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or controlling and five years’ experience in a financial accounting role, we invite you to apply for the FSSC Financial Accountant position.

What can we offer?
You’ll have the exciting opportunity to work as a Financial Accountant, with the ability to influence the organisation and its daily operations by championing optimisation and automation. You will get the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our staff a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust. Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications.

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Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 | hr.nl@uibt.com

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Group Financial Accountant

Due to expansion of our Internal Finance team, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam

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Who are we? 
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world over. Our 150 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe. 

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our team of some 35 dedicated, experienced and multi-lingual staff is based in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. To be a part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does a Group Financial Accountant do? 
As our Group Financial Accountant you’re responsible for bookkeeping, financial reporting and control for the holding company and its subsidiaries. Your main tasks and responsibilities include:

  • The international consolidation of 25+ entities (‘Group’)
  • Compliance with IFRS reporting requirements throughout the Group
  • Collating and preparing monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual figures and reports throughout the Group
  • Analysing the Group’s periodic actuals, budget and forecasts 
  • Frequent contact with the regional accounting teams abroad regarding financial performance and subsequent analytics
  • Guiding and coaching other finance professionals to deliver uniform and compliant reports and procedures
  • Managing the quality of the reporting and coordinating and optimising the financial statements process throughout the Group
  • Preparing accounting papers and accounting policies and procedures for the Group

What we are looking for?
United is looking for a professional with extensive experience in accounting and the consolidation process in an international environment. Someone who takes responsibility for the monthly consolidation and for the timely preparation of the quarterly reports and annual accounts. A true fondness for accounting is a must have. Social skills are also key for your frequent international contacts. You feel at home in an innovative and dynamic company. The Group Financial Accountant reports to the Chief Financial Officer. To be successful in this position you need to be fluent in both Dutch and English (written and verbal) and to have a great attention to detail and an analytical mindset. If you have a Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or Controlling, coupled with no less than five years’ experience in a financial accounting role, we invite you to apply for the Financial Accountant position.

What can we offer?
You’ll have the exciting opportunity to work as our Financial Accountant. having the ability to influence the organisation and its daily operations by championing optimisation and automation. You’ll get the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our staff a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust.

Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications.

Human Resources 
​Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 | hr.nl@uibt.com

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Financial Accountant

Due to expansion of our Internal Finance team, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam.

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Who are we?

United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals around the world. Our 150 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe.

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our team of some 40 dedicated, experienced and multi-lingual staff is based in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. To be part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does a Financial Accountant do?

As our Financial Accountant you are responsible for our bookkeeping and reporting. The main tasks and responsibilities include:

Bookkeeping

•    Processing bank statements and cash transactions

•    Performing and documenting reconciliations of bank and cash balances

•    Processing invoices and expenditure claims and making payments

•    Maintaining the fixed assets register

Reporting

•    Processing weekly timesheets and preparing periodic sales invoices

•    Proactively monitoring working capital

•    Assisting in the month-end closing process

•    Assisting in the monthly preparation of management accounts and accompanying analyses

•    Assisting in the year-end closing process and subsequent reporting requirements

•    Preparing VAT returns and assisting in fulfilment of other tax related requirements

What we are looking for?

We seek people who are proactive, resilient and flexible, with strength of character and the capacity to challenge and influence. To be successful in this position you need to have a command of Dutch and English at B2 level, great attention to detail and an analytical mindset. If you have a Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or Controlling, coupled with no less than two years’ experience in a financial accounting role, we invite you to apply for the Financial Accountant role.

What can we offer?
You will have the exciting opportunity to work as Financial Accountant with the ability to influence the organisation and its daily operations by championing optimisation and automation. You will get the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our staff a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust.

Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications.

Human Resources
Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 | hr.nl@uibt.com

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United Kingdom

Business Development Manager

Are you a commercially minded self-starter looking for a challenging job in an international environment? Are you a persuasive communicator who can reach out to our existing and potential clients? Our London team needs you!

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Who are we?
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world. Our 150 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe.

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our UK team of 11 dedicated, experienced and multi-lingual staff operates directly from the heart of London. United’s London office is one of our key units with a truly international reach in terms of client origin. To be a part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does a Business Development Manager do?
We depend on our Business Development Manager to generate a sustainable flow of new revenue for our office and improve our market penetration. You will operate internationally through existing personal contacts and by establishing new relationships with external professional intermediaries. And you will assist with the management and administration of the new business you have brought to United.

What are we looking for?
We are looking for a self-starter with a commercial mindset who thrives on working independently and doesn’t mind travelling overseas on a regular basis. Besides a relevant academic and professional education background, we expect you to have a proven track record in generating new business. To be successful in our supremely client-oriented organisation, you need excellent personal and communication skills. Command of one or more foreign languages is definitely a plus. As is previous experience in the fiduciary industry, with a good understanding of international corporate and financial services and current industry trends.

What can we offer?
You will have the exciting opportunity to work internationally as our Business Development Manager. With the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our staff a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust.
Our Managing Director Alex Smotlak is the person to contact if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send her your motivational letter or CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications.

Alex Smotlak
Tel. +44 (0)20 7535 1070
alex.smotlak@uibt.com

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Business Development Manager

Current vacancy: Apply as an experienced Business Development Manager. Due to expansion of our team, we have an exciting opportunity available at our office in Amsterdam

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Who are we?
United is an independent provider of finance and trust services with a truly personal approach. We unite disciplines, connect networks and cross borders to bring our clients the services they need and deserve. United serves a wide range of companies, investment industry professionals and wealthy individuals the world over. Our 150 experts work from nine offices in financial hotspots around the globe.

At United we believe that providing financial and legal services is a people business. A business built on trust. That’s why we are so committed to finding and hiring the right people. That’s why, when we hire those people, we give them our trust. United offers you the perfect environment to grow personally and professionally.

Our team of some 35 dedicated, experienced and multi-lingual staff is based in the heart of Amsterdam’s financial district. To be a part of this team, first-class expertise in the relevant field is a given. Experience is a bonus. A history of community service is an advantage. Integrity and people skills are paramount.

What does a Business Development Manager do?
We depend on our Business Development Manager to generate a sustainable flow of new revenue for our office and improve our market penetration. You will operate internationally through existing personal contacts and by establishing new relationships with external professional intermediaries. Furthermore you will assist with the management and administration of the new business you have brought to the company.

The Business Development Manager’s main tasks and responsibilities include:

Identifying and pitching to new leads

  • Researching organisations to identify new leads and potential new markets
  • Contacting potential clients via email or phone to establish rapport and set up meetings
  • Planning and overseeing new marketing initiatives
  • Attending conferences, meetings, and industry events
  • Developing quotes and proposals
  • Negotiating and renegotiating by phone, email, and in person

Onboarding of new clients

  • Conducting a first-line due diligence.
  • Collecting required CDD information

Maintaining relationships

  • Keeping in touch with existing contacts.

What are we looking for?
We are looking for a self-starter with a commercial mindset who thrives on working independently and does not mind travelling abroad on a regular basis. Besides a relevant professional education background, we expect you to have a proven track record in generating new business. To be successful in our supremely client-oriented organisation, you need excellent personal and communication skills. Command of Dutch and English is essential, and command of other languages is definitely a plus. As is previous experience in the fiduciary industry, with a solid understanding of international corporate and financial services and current industry trends, including the applicable risk and compliance aspects.

What can we offer?
You will have the exciting opportunity to work internationally as our Business Development Manager. With the support of a great team who work together on the basis of responsibility and trust. We offer all our staff a competitive remuneration package and unique opportunities to develop personally and professionally.

Interested?
Join us, and be a part of a dynamic and flexible organisation where work is about people, where you can build a broad range of experience and where you are given responsibility and trust.
Contact our Human Resources team if you want more information. You can also go right ahead and send them your motivational letter and CV. We guarantee a prompt reply to serious applications.

Human Resources 
Tel: +31 (0)20 575 2727 | hr.nl@uibt.com

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