We are delighted to be working exclusively alongside Hallmark Cards to recruit a Senior Treasury Analyst (Investments and Pensions) to support the management of the assets and liabilities of benefit plans sponsored by Hallmark Cards, Inc., and its global subsidiaries and implement strategies to mitigate risk exposures.
Working out of their Headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri, the Senior Treasury Analyst will interact with many external relationships including investment managers, custodians, trustees, auditors, actuaries, brokers, consultants and other service providers.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a one of the world’s most trusted and recognized brands. Founded in 1910 by a teenage entrepreneur, and still led by members of the founding family as a private company today, Hallmark’s businesses employ approximately 30,000 worldwide and generates revenues of approximately $4 billion.
They have a diversified portfolio of six core businesses as part of its global operations:
- Hallmark Greetings
- Hallmark Retail
- Hallmark Home & Gifts
- Crown Media Family Networks
- Crown Center
- Evaluating and developing sophisticated asset/liability matching strategies
- Supporting the global Advisory Committees in the execution of their fiduciary duties by making them aware of investment strategies, opportunities, and risk and recommending proper course of action
- Managing compliance activities required by regulatory bodies
- Selecting best of breed investment options and managing the stable value fund for employee’s defined contribution funds
- Hiring and evaluating investment management firms
The ideal candidate will be a graduate in a Business, Finance, Accounting or related degree and have a minimum of 5 years’ of Finance and/or investment experience. They will possess CFA or CFA track.
As an individual, you will;
- Have strong analytical skills, organization, flexibility, and an ability to multitask.
- Establish priorities and meet critical deadlines with a high degree of accuracy
- Have strong attention to detail
- Understand actuarial science as it applies to benefit plan liabilities
- Communicate complex financial concepts in a simplified form
- Stay abreast of worldwide macro-economic events
- Have knowledge of accounting standards and all regulations applied to benefit plans
- Have knowledge of MS Office including Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.
- Be adept at learning and navigating Bloomberg and various software programs such as SAP.