Administrative dossier manager for the Supervision of listed companies department

Would you like to contribute as an administrative dossier manager to building trust in the financial sector and to protecting consumers?

Then come and join our team at the FSMA!

Become an administrative dossier manager for the ‘Supervision of listed companies’ department.

Where will you be working?

The ‘Supervision of listed companies’ department is tasked with supervising information disseminated by listed companies. This supervision notably applies to:

  • periodic information, such as annual and semi-annual financial reports;
  • continuous information, such as inside information and information on general meetings and shareholding structure;
  • information published in connection with transactions such as capital increases, mergers and takeover bids.

The department also supervises regulated real estate investment companies.

What will your job entail?

You will process, under the supervision of a team of legal advisors and economists, administrative dossiers regarding regulated real estate investment companies and you will contribute to the supervision of listed companies.

What knowledge, experience and skills do you bring?

  • A bachelor’s diploma (non-university), preferably in law or in a financial discipline (insurance, banking, accounting, etc.).
  • 1 to 2 years’ professional experience in the financial industry.
  • Familiarity with key financial concepts and practices or strong interest in these fields.
  • Excellent capacity for synthesis and good analytical/organizational skills.
  • Adaptability and attentiveness to interpersonal relations.
  • Ability to communicate in a fluent and professional manner.
  • Good knowledge of the commonly used Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.).
  • Interest in working with (new) digital applications.
  • Solid competence in French or Dutch and a good command of English and of the other national language.

What do we offer you?

  • A permanent full-time contract.
  • The chance to do your bit for consumer protection.
  • A competitive salary package with many fringe benefits (including group and hospital insurance, full reimbursement of public transport costs, a budget-friendly company cafeteria, contribution to your mobile phone and internet subscriptions, additional non-statutory holidays, bank holidays, etc.).
  • A wide range of opportunities for learning and development.
  • Flexible working hours.
  • Good work-life balance (possibility of teleworking).
  • Opportunities for internal mobility.
  • An easy to reach location in central Brussels.

Each member of the FSMA staff is subject to a strict code of ethics and is bound by the obligation of professional secrecy.