Treasury Manager

Location: Manchester
Salary: c. £40,000 plus benefits
Job type: Permanent
Posted on: 14 Nov 2017

On behalf of our client, a European leading developer and manufacturer, Michael Page Treasury are recruiting for a Treasury Manager to join their growing function, based in their HQ in Manchester.
This role will report directly to the Assistant Treasurer within a four-person Group Treasury team. The team is primarily responsible for the day to day group-wide liquidity and risk management and treasury reporting. The role would suit an ambitions individual looking to gain experience in a department that will be undertaking a range of treasury and corporate finance projects.

Detailed job description

Further responsibilities of the Treasury Manager include:

  • Cash analysis - detailed analysis and reporting on daily cash flows submitted by each of the group’s 36 businesses in 15 countries
  • Cash forecasting
  • Managing of the day to day group liquidity and FX exposures by managing the dealing of spot, forwards and swaps
  • Intercompany funding - working on proposals and related loan documentation and FX exposures
  • FX dealing
  • Working of the group and Assistant Treasurer to manage banking relationships between the business units and the banks
  • Ad-hoc projects

Candidate's profile

To be considered for the Treasury Manager position you require:

  • Qualified or part qualified treasurer (ACT) or accountant (ACA, CIMA or ACCA)
  • Willingness to learn and challenge in a new work environment
  • Demonstrable financial analysis and advanced Excel skills with a keen eye for detail
  • An individual who strives to support their colleagues in finding solutions and driving change
  • Ideally, experience in managing intercompany funding and international cash management

Find out more and apply

Please contact:
Laura Beasley
02072692542
laurabeasley@michaelpage.com
Job ref: 13875620

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