Senior Treasury Analyst

Location: Central London
Salary: Up to £49,000 base salary plus generous benefits package
Job type: Permanent
Posted on: 21 Dec 2018

Job Title: Senior Treasury Analyst
Organisation: G15 Housing Group
Location: Central London
Package: Competitive base salary plus generous benefits package
Job type: Permanent
Closing date:7th January 2019

Job description

You will work in a small but high-profile treasury team with responsibility for managing a £2.5bn+ portfolio of debt and interest rate derivatives, and developing/executing all Group financing and treasury risk management strategies. The role remit covers the following, inter alia:

  • Identifying, assessing and managing treasury related financial risks
  • Responsibility for treasury cash flow forecasting and liquidity risk monitoring
  • Undertaking treasury related financial modelling and analysis; in Excel, Bloomberg and Group financial planning systems
  • Responsibility for debt and derivatives portfolio monitoring and management, including execution of treasury payments and covenant compliance
  • Monitoring and analysing financial markets and economic conditions
  • Ensuring compliance at all times with the Group treasury management policy
  • Responsibility for producing monthly treasury reporting to Executive Committee
  • Developing and enhancing treasury systems and reporting methodologies
  • Supporting the Treasurer and Treasury Manager in developing and executing the Group’s funding and risk management strategies (this will provide exposure to debt raising from multiple different sources covering; bank debt, public bonds, private placements, and other development/investment finance)

This is an outstanding opportunity for the right candidate to gain invaluable treasury skills/experience across the full suite of treasury front office and back office activities, and to work for a leading housing developer/investor in one of the most dynamic and exciting UK industry sectors.

The candidate

To be successful in this role you will be a part-qualified or qualified Accountant (CIMA / ACCA / ACA) and/or Treasurer (AMCT) or CFA with strong academics and previous experience in operating at treasury analyst level within a complex corporate treasury environment (or equivalent experience acquired elsewhere). Treasury experience in the housing or real estate sectors is strongly advantageous, although strong treasury candidates from other industries with transferrable skills will be considered.

Treasury Opportunities in the UK Housing Industry

The UK housing sector is a dynamic and exciting workplace for budding corporate treasury professionals. Our housing clients are generally highly geared and are major users of bank debt, long term capital markets (including public bonds and private placements) and derivatives. The sector is going through a period of rapid consolidation, giving rise to a multitude of exciting opportunities for treasurers to gain front office experience across areas like debt restructuring, new fundraisings, interest rate risk management, investment structuring, and M&A. Housing groups are also commercialising and diversifying due to government funding and regulatory pressures, with the bigger groups now emerging as key players in PRS/BTR and private sale markets, which is giving rise to exciting new financing structures and JV opportunities with leading private sector developers and investors. Treasurers working in housing, which is currently at the top of the UK political agenda, are invariably extremely satisfied with their level of daily challenge, career reward and work life balance.

For a full job description and a confidential discussion about this opportunity, or treasury opportunities in the UK housing and real estate industries more generally, please contact Nathan Pickles (Director, Treasury) at Wharfedale Associates on 07766 137 918 or email an up to date CV to

Closing date: 25th January 2019

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