Interim Senior Treasury Manager for Global Fashion Brand

The Treasury Recruitment Company

Are you looking for a role in which you can really make a difference and see the results?

Reporting to the Head Tax and Treasury, this is an excellent opportunity for a seasoned treasury professional to hit the ground running within a well-known and reputable brand.  You will need strong FX and cash management experience and the ability to do simple transactions, along with a flexible approach and a ‘roll up your sleeves’ attitude.

You will have the confidence and gravitas to speak to the CFO directly and to put forward any suggestions you feel would streamlines processes and contribute towards the overall success of the brand.

The Candidate

Personality is absolutely key for this role.  It is a fairly relaxed and casual environment with a hardworking and dynamic culture.  No two days will be the same and although you will be required to give 110%, there will be the opportunity for flexible working and a decent work/life balance which is often hard to find.

The successful individual will need to be proactive and adaptable, with strong analytical and interpersonal skills.  A keen problem solver with an eye for detail and a positive attitude.

For more information and/or to apply, please get in touch!

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