Treasury Analyst – Back Office

Location: London
Salary: Competitive package
Job type: Permanent
Posted on: 14 Nov 2017

Michael Page Treasury are working with a vastly international, FTSE100 business who are looking for a new Treasury Accountant to join their growing team.

Role description

  • Treasury process and systems control:
    - Assist in maintaining operational controls and compliance with audit and regulatory guidelines for relevant Treasury activities
    - Assist in maintaining the overall integrity of treasury related accounting records and data in TMS, supporting analyses and documentation of procedures
    - Perform control aspects of disaster recovery for treasury back office
  • Treasury settlements and confirmations for all treasury-related transactions
  • Treasury accounting:
    - Assist in the accounting and reporting of financial instruments, derivatives and treasury-related information in the financial statements and other reports for internal and external stakeholders (banks, investors etc)
    - Manage accounting entries and hedge effectiveness testing for the AUD hedges
  • Treasury reporting:
    - Development and production of treasury back office operational reporting (eg compliance, errors, exceptions, audit trails)
    - Manage EMIR reporting

Who we're looking for

We are looking for a PQ/newly qualified accountant (ACCA, CIMA or ACA) with a strong understanding of controls, and a desire to to develop their technical understanding.

Ideally with 1-2 years of financial control experience with exposure to treasury accounting, possibly in a corporate treasury environment, preferably with exposure to derivatives and other financial instruments.

General IFRS knowledge, with knowledge of IAS 39 and IFRS 9 an advantage, however not a necessity.

Find out more and apply

Please contact:
Daniel Perriton
02072691732
danielperriton@michaelpage.com
13828758

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