Treasury Manager – FX & Debt Management

Kelvion Holding GmbH

Are you an expert in FX and Debt Management, looking for a new challenge?

Do you want to feel empowered to share ideas and implement change?

If that’s a yes from you then you simply must read on!

We are thrilled to be recruiting exclusively for Kelvion Holding GmbH, a global leading expert in heat exchange. This is an exciting new opportunity for a Treasury Manager to make their mark and introduce new ideas to support this already successful business with further growth.

Reporting to the Director of Treasury, you will be responsible for FX risk and debt management within the Treasury Department. You will ideally have 5+ years’ experience working within an International treasury function and an AMCT and/or CTP certification will also be considered a plus. You’ll be analytical in your approach and process driven, constantly looking at alternative ways in which to work smarter and you won’t be shy in presenting these ideas!

You’ll be based at their office in the lovely area of Bochum, just a 10 minute drive from Dortmund. They also have offices in locations throughout Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle and Far East – so they truly are a global, well established organisation!

There is so much more to learn about this fantastic opportunity so if you’re an FX and Debt Management guru, or want to be, please get in touch or apply below!

+44 203 603 4448

Tagged as: Treasury Manager, FX, Debt Management

2018-12-18T13:10:49+00:00October 19th, 2018|

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