GOCS GMEI Specialist

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Business Unit: GOCS
Department:  GMEI Utility
Job Family: Global Operations, Client Services & Administration
Job Activity:  Infrastructure Operations
Job Title: GOCS GMEI Specialist
Corporate Title: Senior Analyst
FLSA Code (US Only): Non Exempt
People Manager: No

Business Unit Description:

The mission of the Client Operations team is to ensure client success by providing our global client base and partners an exceptional best-in-class support experience across our portfolio of service offerings.


Position Summary:

The Global Markets Entity Identifier (GMEI) Utility Specialist will be responsible for the accurate data collection, maintenance and enrichment of LEI data. The role requires the highest level of attention to detail as the Specialist should be able to accurately capture publically sourced information and transfer to a bespoke system. The specialist will need to interpret the data with the use of our Operational Guidebook, compare this against information sent by the client and identify missing mandatory information in a timely manner.


Specific Responsibilities:

  • Utilize internet search methodology to source and verify customer reference data.
  • Adhere to internal processes to interpret and evaluate reference data.
  • Accurately record the information via computerised collection methods, creating a comprehensive audit trail to corroborate sources, in readiness for Client delivery
  • Maintains appropriate records of research methods and results, suggesting and sharing best practices across the business
  • As required, undertake a variety of data verification/quality control activities to ensure the continued meeting of operational/regulatory standards inclusive of supporting the department adherence to GLEIF policies and procedures
  • Maintain awareness of performance, striving to exceed operational quality and productivity targets.
  • Review and action tasks that are addressed to you from the internal customer service support team        
  • Ensures high customer satisfaction throughout the process.
  • Aligns risk and control processes into day to day responsibilities to monitor and mitigate risk; escalates appropriately

Leadership Competencies for this level include:

  • Accountability: Demonstrates reliability by taking necessary actions to continuously meet required deadlines and goals.
  • Global Collaboration: Applies global perspective when working within a team by being aware of own style and ensuring all relevant parties are involved in key team tasks and decisions.
  • Communication: Articulates information clearly and presents information effectively and confidently when working with others.
  • Influencing: Convinces others by making a strong case, bringing others along to their viewpoint; maintains strong, trusting relationships while at the same time is comfortable challenging ideas.
  • Innovation and Creativity: Thinks boldly and out of the box, generates new ideas and processes, and confidently pursues challenges as new avenues of opportunity.


  • Entry Level
  • Bachelor's degree preferred

About DTCC:

With over 40 years of experience, DTCC is the premier post-trade market infrastructure for the global financial services industry. From operating facilities and data centers around the world, DTCC automates, centralizes, and standardizes the processing of financial transactions across the trade lifecycle and mitigates risk for thousands of institutions worldwide.

At DTCC we value on our clients' interests and partner to deliver superior results with excellence and innovation and lead with integrity. We proactively develop your potential and invest in your career.

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