Treasury Analyst, Corporate Finance, Open to flexible working
In this role you will support the wider Corporate Finance team in developing and executing the group’s Finance Strategy in accordance with Treasury Policies.
Please note this role has a start date of March 2022.
- Support the wider Corporate Finance team in the research and preparation of the Finance Strategy and Treasury Policies
- Support the Director - Corporate Finance in the preparation and execution of bond issues
- Project management to support the update of external funding facilities and other Treasury documentation (including backstop revolving credit facilities, EMTN programme, US Shelf Registration and ISDA agreements)
- Maintain and develop the bank wallet analysis, assisting the wider Corporate Finance and Dealing teams in effective management and maintenance of relationships with the group’s Global Relationship Banks and other external advisers
- Provide support for ad-hoc Corporate Finance projects as and then they arise (e.g. debt capacity assessment, working capital initiatives, risk management, structured transactions, M&A and divestments)
- Ensure compliance with relevant policies, processes, procedures or regulations (e.g. SOX, audit committee paper, covenant compliance for funding programmes)
- Provide support in the update and maintenance of bank documentation, including ISDAs and KYC requirements
- Preparation of papers for routine reporting to Senior Management, including detailed analysis of net debt and interest costs
- Maintain a culture of continuous improvement within the department, initiating and implementing process improvements
- Stay up to date with the latest developments in the global financial markets including loans, debt capital markets and related regulatory developments
- Relevant Treasury experience
- Financial and analytical proficiency, good attention to detail
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Experience working in a large global organisation
- Experience of working with Senior Management
- Excellent MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills
- Good time management to meet fixed project deadlines
- Ability to coordinate with multiple internal and external stakeholders
- Good understanding of financial complexity in a multinational organisation
- University graduate
- Qualified or studying for a Financial qualification, (eg: CGMA, ACCA, AMCT/MCT, CFA)
- AMCT (or equivalent)
- Legal negotiation and project management experience preferred
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