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Treasury Analyst

Job Description

OVERALL OBJECTIVES:

  1.  Following up with and overseeing treasury operations daily, including liquidity management, intercompany financing and closing activities.
  2. Strong support on treasury projects: Cash security, RFPs, bank optimisation, cash pool implementation, project management.
  3. Assist the team on internal funding management and corporate finance issues.
  4. To be a key point of contact with the subsidiaries on treasury matters.

 

 

SPECIFIC ASSIGNMENTS:

  1. Intercompany financing and monthly closing
    • Review, analysis and submission of group funding requests in compliance with budget/forecast, group authorisation levels and other requirements (e.g. debt/equity ratios, thin capitalization, etc.)

    • Monthly review of treasury KPIs by entity and action plan propositions (dividends, deposit at Group level, etc.)

    • Oversight of monthly closing process on intercompany payments. Follow-up after month end with group companies to ensure timely resolution of all overdue balances before the next month end closing.

  2. Cash management projects
    • Support with implementing projects: Bank RFPs and their implementation, bank communication setup, treasury management systems, cash pool setup

    • Help with the design, implementation and deployment of the new Treasury Management System

    • Project management follow-up

  3. Treasury reporting
    • Continuous improvement of existing treasury tools

    • Weekly cash reporting for Group companies

  4. Treasury policies and best practice sharing
    • Support with the development and maintenance of all treasury-related group guidelines.


Qualifications

  • Two years of experience in Treasury: Experience in a cash management or financing position, or a strong background on cash management or financing topics required (cash pool, treasury systems, intercompany financing);
  • Graduated from Business School or with a Master’s Degree, with a major in Treasury or Corporate Finance;
  • Project-oriented;
  • Strong administrative, reporting and analytical skills;
  • Accuracy of work, attention to details;
  • Good organisational skills and ability to multi-task; autonomous;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • English must be fluent; French is a plus.

 

Additional Information

Evolution

In a fast growing group, successful leaders are frequently being offered increased areas of responsibility (subject to geographic mobility).

Treasury Analyst

Eurofins, Brussels
Degree Level: 
Master
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