Compile and maintain records of firm's securities transactions.
What does a Securities Clerk do?
Compiles and maintains records of firm’s securities transactions: Reviews statements of transactions such as purchases and sales of securities, compares items with records to verify accuracy, and enters details in journals. Computes amounts, such as cash balances, dividends, gain or loss, and other investment data to verify accuracy of records, using adding machine, and reconciles discrepancies. Distributes investment income to various accounts, according to budgeted percentages, to compile investment journals. Computes amounts to determine cash position of various accounts and prepares vouchers to transfer funds needed to meet payments due.