Treasury Analyst/Dealer for Capital Goods Company

The Treasury Recruitment Company

We are working alongside one of the global leaders in capital goods, to recruit a Treasury Analyst/ Dealer.

Working out of their offices in London and reporting to the Head of Front Office, you will ensure daily coordination of front office operations via reconciliation of risk identification, trade execution and reporting.

Other responsibilities include assisting in the implementation of ongoing treasury projects and evaluating areas of improvement by reviewing and streamlining current processes.  For this you must possess good attention to detail and excellent analytical skills.

You will ideally have a good working knowledge of treasury management and electronic banking systems such as Reuters, Bloomberg and 360T.

A degree in Business or Economics would be an advantage, with 1-3 years’ experience in treasury operations within a multinational organisation a must.

Being a team player is important to this role to ensure that deadlines are met. Building strong relationships is not only important for liaising with the internal departments but also with external partners of the company, so having strong verbal and written communication skills is essential.

This is a great opportunity as a Treasury Assistant/Analyst if you are looking to build on your front office experience, along with systems and cash management skills and to develop within the company.

If this is for you, please get in touch to discuss further.

Tagged as: Treasury Dealer, Treasury Analyst

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2019-10-23T08:18:55+00:00October 23rd, 2019|

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