Corporate Treasury Consultant – Brussels

The Treasury Recruitment Company

We are delighted to be working with this fantastic company again as they are looking for another bright Treasury/Finance professional to join their ever expanding team as their business continues to grow.

Recognised for their wide-ranging expertise in banking and corporate treasury, they are looking for a consultant to add to there already repeatable team heading in to the new year.

Key Accountabilities: 

  • Treasury organisation and processes
  • Bank relationships
  • Liquidity and cash management
  • Treasury systems
  • Working capital management
  • Risk management
  • Funding

The Candidate

The ideal candidate will be driven and a fast learner with 3+ years experience in Corporate Treasury.

Experience of using SAP would be highly desirable.

He/she will be fluent in written and spoken English. Additional language skills in French or Dutch will also be essential.

Why Apply?

This is a fantastic role where you can gain exposure to a variety of client assignments at international operating corporate Company’s, enabling you to gain a deep understanding of all aspects of the supply side (banks) and demand side (corporates) in their domain.

You will work with a team of experts who share a common ambition and who aim to be the best in what they do.

Every consultant is enrolled to a training program where you will receive top internal and external training, tailor-made according to your background and ambitions.

The company can offer a competitive salary with all the benefits that you can expect to receive as an expert consultant.

Tagged as: Treasury Analyst, Treasury Consultant, Senior Treasury Analyst

2019-08-01T00:26:52+00:00May 4th, 2019|

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