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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission invites applications for the
following vacant position:
FINANCIAL RESEARCH OFFICER (MARKET REGULATION AND SURVEILLANCE)
A. Job Summary
The incumbent will monitor, investigate and report on stock trading activities and identify
infringements of the provisions of the Securities Act 2012, its By-Laws and the Companies Act
1995, the Stock Exchange Rules and any other pertinent legislation to ensure the development
and maintenance of a fair and orderly capital market
Receives, monitors, reviews, verifies and files stock exchange trade reports and electronic
trading sessions and over-the-counter transactions.
Prepares preliminary reports, schedules and analyses trends on stock trading information for
Conducts inquiries into and reports on complaints received from investors and makes
appropriate recommendations for enforcement action (where necessary).
Conducts inquiries and compiles reports accordingly.
Assists with the maintenance of an efficient database system of financial statements of
brokerage and listed companies.
Performs other related duties as required.
C. Minimum Qualifications and Experience
Bachelor's Degree in Finance/Accounting or related field.
2 to 5 years experience in a finance or compliance environment.
Any other equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Knowledge of accounting principles, standards and procedures (GAAP)
Knowledge of financial markets and instruments
Understanding of Audit principles and procedures
Clear understanding of the Securities Act, Companies Act and other related legislation in
Trinidad and Tobago and other jurisdictions
Written and oral communication skills.
Competent in Microsoft Office Suite
Teamwork / Cooperation
Initiative / Drive
All applications should be forwarded under confidential cover and address as follows:
Vacant Position --Financial Research Officer (MR&S)
Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission
57-59 Dundonald Street
Port of Spain
Email address: email@example.com
Applications should arrive no later than May 6, 2013.
ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED
Examiner II, Financial Institutions Supervision Department.
This position will be responsible for leading a team of professional
staff in the on-site and off-site review of banks, non-banks, insurance
companies and pension plans. Responsibilities also extend to the
The ideal candidate must possess a University Degree in Finance,
Accounting or Management (at least Lower Second Class honours) or
Please refer to our website at www.central-bank.org.tt for full details of the
job including job summary and principal accountabilities.
Applications should be made in writing and submitted to:
Manager, Human Resources
Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago
P.O. Box 1250, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Fax no.: 1-868-624-6528
Closing date for submission: May 8, 2013.
Have you ever been part of a project
where not everyone has the same view
of where the project is heading? This
lack of clarity can breed confusion:
People start pulling in different direc-
tions, building up unrealistic expec-
tations, and harbouring unnecessary
worries and fears.
While it s normal as part of a project
to put the detailed plans, controls and
reporting mechanisms into place, how
do you get everyone on the same page
to start with?
This is accomplished by creating a
Project Initiation Document (PID) --
the top-level project planning docu-
In it, you bring together all of the
information needed to get your project
started, and communicate that key
information to the project s stakehold-
ers.With a well-put-together project
initiation document, you can let every-
one understand where the project s
heading from the outset.
Your project initiation document
does the following:
• Defines your project and its scope.
• Justifies your project.
• Secures funding for the project, if
• Defines the roles and responsibil-
ities of project participants.
• Gives people the information they
need to be productive and effective
right from the start.
By creating a PID, you ll answer the
questions: What? Why? Who? How?
You can also use a project charter
instead of a project initiation document
for these purposes as they are very
However, a project charter usually
has less detail. so a project initiation
document is more suited to projects
where you have the resources to write
a more detailed document.
Section 1: What?
This section tells the reader what
the project is seeking to achieve. In it,
describe the problem that the project
is seeking to solve, as well as a full
definition of the project.
This section will typically cover the
What is the context of the project,
and why is the work needed? Briefly
describe the idea or problem, and dis-
cuss why this project is relevant and
timely. The details will come later, so
use this section to highlight briefly
how this project came to be.
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