Depositary Manager

Company information

State Street Bank Poland



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Organization introduction

State Street is the leading global provider of financial services to institutional investors. State Street is a global organization, with full dedication serving the needs of markets and customers. From the moment you enter the European market in 1970, the company has strongly marked its presence and today employs more than 10,000 employees in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Our highly acclaimed team makes State Street can offer customers a full range of financial services, including: service and asset management, comprehensive analytical services and transaction services.

From the beginning in Krakow, ie. Since 2007, the company has recorded rapid growth and currently employs more than 3,000 professionals. Our talented employees provide a range of comprehensive services in handling financial investments, including a complete accounting of investment funds, maintenance of derivatives valuation securities, financial reporting and administration of hedge funds (high risk).

Our experts in Krakow provide our customers with the tools and support needed to achieve their investment the best results. In 2009, we opened our office in the district of Kazimierz and as a result of further development in the year 2012 - in the complex Bonarka 4 Business. This step clearly underlined our strong relationship with the Polish and plans for further development in this location.


Job information

Business area



Finance Manager



Job title

Depositary Manager

Team / organisation unit description

The Depositary Manager is responsible for managing the Depositary Group involved in performing controls enforced by UCITS, AIFMD directives and specific country regulations. In order to efficiently and effectively manage the operations of the Depositary, the Team Manager focusses in particular on the following: Goal setting and organizing, Observing and supporting, Risk management and management information.

Tasks and activities

  • Ensure team/group is achieving accuracy and meeting pre-determined deadlines
  • Carry out responsibilities fairly and impartially; create and maintain an engaged work environment and ensure appropriate communications channels are in place
  • Assist in developing and implementing new workflow approaches and methods as well as system enhancements
  • Collaborate with internal and external groups to identify, analyze and proactively resolve issues
  • Key point of contact for internal clients when urgent needs arise
  • Authority to hire, discipline, control work and terminate employment for direct reports and broader team as needed
  • Provide coaching and development opportunities to staff
  • Accountability and responsibility for completing and delivering PPRs on time
  • Ensure SOPs/regulations are met and escalate as needed
  • Product expert for COE. Comprehensive and demonstrated knowledge of overall process and operating model
  • Identify all risk issues, breaches and suspicious transactions and act in accordance with the 'risk' escalation chain and operating procedures
  • Implement and communicate to staff, advise changes to the risk framework and/or escalation chain
  • Perform related duties as assigned


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BSC diploma

Experience in this profession

0-1 years

Additional requirements (certifications, special knowledge, software etc.)

  • A thorough understanding of fund administration is required.
  • Experience in finance, custody or funds would be an advantage.
  • Fluent / upper-intermediate (B2+) in English

What we offer

  • Competitive benefits and salary package (employee savings plan, Life insurance premium package, VIP medical package and many others)
  • An International operating environment
  • Diversity of opportunities across a range of challenging and highly complex activities
  • Technical or leadership career pathway

Additional information


Fresh graduate


Permanent employee for indefinite time

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