Bun Boisseau

Distributions Officer

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  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

Skills

 

  • Marketing PR
  • Visual Arts
  • Excel
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign

Work history

Currently

Distributions Officer

FNZ

Jun 2015
  • Distributions officer for the world leading investment platform provider. Solely in charge of the daily running of both the J P Morgan and Friends Life platforms, latterly co administrator of Standard Life. Responsible for the processing and settlement of all mutual fund transactions made by FNZ’s clients. Processing hundreds of distributions, reconciling client positions and identifying and resolving a multitude of fund issues. As well as producing daily cash stats and ISA tax reclaim reports for clients. Requiring fastidious attention to detail, organisation and regular communication with clients to ensure the correct and timely delivery of client cash and assets.

2014

Picture Researcher

University of Edinburgh

Jul 2013 - Jul 2014
  • Picture research for a publication on the History of Philanthropy at Edinburgh University. Collecting nearly one hundred images and their relevant copyright permissions on an extremely limited budget. Regular communication with the editor and authors to ensure creative cohesion on the project.

2014

Sales Assistant

WOW

Dec 2014 - Mar 2014
  • Assisted owner and director, Simon Scott with the purchase and display of antique and contemporary furniture and artworks. Promoted sales through social media and performed market research for newly purchased contemporary pictures. Provided prospective clients with information on a multitude of objects and transported and installed them within their homes.

2013

Gallery Assistant

Fine Art Society

Nov 2012 - Jan 2013
  • Assisted in the promotion an cataloguing of renowned Scottish painter John Byre’s solo show. Responsible with the hanging of Charles Simpson’s solo show and the organisation of its opening private view. Handling and wrapping valuable stock. Including Emily Young’s sculptural exhibition entitled ‘Lithica’. Some pieces weighing over 1.5 tonnes and requiring specialised equipment for disassembly. Took part in the research and identification of newly acquired works, including a painting by Horatio McCulloch.

Education

2014

MSc Art in the Global Middle Ages

University of Edinburgh

Jul 2013 - Nov 2014

    2012

    History of Art

    University of Leeds

    Aug 2009 - Aug 2012