Sr. Financial Analyst - Treasury Dept.
Provides analytical and implementation support to Treasury policy and strategy development. Assist and support the Corporate Investor Relations function. Responsible for assisting in the execution of borrowing programs, including negotiation, compliance and liaison with participant parties. Role would also include analysis related to leases and acquisition activities impacting capital structure.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assists in developing processes for alternative financing plans so that companywide capital structure can be optimized. • Monitor and evaluate debt market conditions and corporate needs to determine appropriate timing of borrowing. • Provide assistance to effect efficient negotiation, documentation and execution of borrowing programs. • Create and maintain debt covenant forecast models. Monitor, report and execute compliance of debt covenants. • Analyze acquisition proposals to identify and resolve issues relating to financing and capital structure. • Monitor and analyze interest rate trends to identify opportunities and risks relating to financing programs and strategies. • Perform lease vs. buy analyses to recommend appropriate financing method for identified capital spending proposals. • Research and monitor current developments in corporate finance theory and practice in relation to capital structure and its impact on firm value. • Develops information used in presentations with rating agencies, investors, financial advisors and others to ensure the appropriate financing terms and conditions for projects are arranged. Develops information used in and assists in preparing presentations in support of the Corporate Investor Relations effort. • Works with financial and legal advisors to prepare documents necessary to finalize and close financing plans. • Facilitates and coordinates the Corporate Investor Relations participation in investor meetings including but not limited to industry conferences, non-deal road shows, site visits, and conference calls. • Facilitates and coordinates banking or risk management projects to improve cost of banking or and operational efficiencies of cash and risk management processes • Interacts with other departments to accomplish stated requirements and assists in the development of solutions. • Performs other duties as assigned
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting or Finance. A minimum of 5-7 years experience in finance, treasury or financial analysis. Very good grasp of corporate finance theory, investment theory and fixed income mathematics. Working knowledge of financial accounting, financial statement interpretation. Must demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills