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Neuberger Berman Trust Officer Associate in New York, New York


Seeking a motivated individual to provide comprehensive, client service, administrative, and operational support to a senior trust officer in the administration of trust, estate, and investment management accounts.


  • Participate in daily activities of operational support team and facilitate all client service needs.

  • Act as a liaison between clients (including beneficiaries and co-trustees), Wealth Advisors, Portfolio Managers, and Operations.

  • Initiate new account opening process through Centralized Client Services Team. Assist clients with required documentation.

  • Perform account maintenance including but not limited to; funds disbursements, name/address changes, year-end charitable gifting, ACATS and DTC transfers, cost updates, billing/fees, client directed trade orders, etc.

  • Regular and proactive contact with clients regarding; new account documents, LOA’s, account updates, checks and wires, account performance, transfers, statement inquiries, research, fees, objective changes, portfolio market values, online access, etc.

  • Monitor account activity including trades, cash flows, debits, margin, tech shorts, performance, transfers, allocations, fees, etc. by utilizing various in-house portfolio systems.

  • Maintain account information and new business pipeline in Salesforce database.

  • Maintain accurate and detailed client files.


  • Undergraduate degree

  • Minimum of 2-4 years of client service/support or related experience in the financial services industry

  • Experience in trust or estate administration is a plus (but not required)

  • Proficiency in MS Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, strong interpersonal and client servicing skills

  • Ability to organize, prioritize, manage multiple tasks and keep team apprised on open items

  • Proactive, detail-oriented and organized with strong follow-up skills

  • Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing and fast paced business environment

  • Ability to operate effectively and work under pressure with tight deadlines

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Team player and a desire to collaborate with others

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