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Job Title:

Sr. Treasury Analyst

Business Area:

Finance & Accounting

Location:

Lexington, KY USA

Job ID:

140876

Sr. Treasury Analyst

Responsibilities:

  1. Short Term Cash Forecast
  • Manage daily/weekly short term (0-6 weeks) liquidity forecast, align it with long term forecast and present the results to CFO, Treasurer and other stakeholders, lead the conversation on short term cash/payment management
  • Perform and streamline the variance analysis, identify the areas for improvement and work with other groups (GBS teams and Data Science) to improve the forecast accuracy and variance analysis
  • Drive the automation and increase efficiency:  standardize the forecasting and variance processes so GBS team can take over, manage the effort to identify and implement a systematic solution
  1. Cash Management
    • Assist in the global funding process, performing various tasks such as funding initiator or approver, pre-funding analysis and administrative duties.
    • Serve as the primary back-up to the Global Cash Manager: monitor US funding /banking activities and process ad hoc payment requests
    • Perform cash analysis and reporting: monitor and report the restricted cash, co-ordinate with regional treasury team to reduce the trapped and restricted cash
  2. Long Term Cash Forecast
  • Understand the long term forecast process, participate in the discussion on working capital and BS analysis
  • Assist in the audit and going concern analysis
  • Take over the long term cash forecast process in 12-18 months and lead the effort to improve the accuracy and process efficiency
  • Manage the effort to identify and implement a systematic solution.
  1. Debt Management (potential)
  • Understand debt covenants and responsible for quarterly process to confirm debt compliance and certification process
  • Understand the firm’s capital/debt structure and financing needs and responsible for regular analysis and forecast on debt
    • Assist in due diligence activities for financing
    • Assist in internal and external audit related to debt financing

 

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance, Master’s degree a plus

Experience:  Minimum of 3-5 (three-to-five) years of Treasury experience

                       Minimum of 5 (five) years of related experience in Finance

                       Advanced analytical capabilities and experience with Treasury/banking systems

                         Good communication and presentation skills

Relocation assistance provided for this position.