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Within the Analysis group of FP&A, the Financial Analyst produces and delivers meaningful, accurate, actionable, and
timely financial analysis to Managers at all levels of the organization. The adaptability of this team is key, as team
members must understand our business partners' strategies, and operations, and proactively anticipate and respond to
Provides basic to moderate complexity financial analysis. Aptitude for preparing less complex analytical and financial reports and presentations.
Comfortable interacting with the Analyst team, making presentations, and recommendations.
Familiarity with the various financial applications within FP&A and has an understanding of the data relations and interdependencies.Coordinates the resolution of financial questions and issues.
Able to work collaboratively across all FP&A teams, identifying best practices and process efficiencies.
May be responsible for the following:
Produce monthly, quarterly, annually and ad hoc, financial reports regarding trends, variances, and profitability and performance measurement.
Basic Financial modeling, graphing and reporting.
Reconciliations and Adjustments.
Update Transfer Pricing Methodologies / Process Restatements across multi-time periods / Review & Analysis of results.
Assist in producing monthly RAROC Analysis Report, and monthly customer profitability analysis report.
Assist in analyzing forecast results.
Support the enhancement of Customer Profitability.
Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree with 1-3 years related experience.
Management Accounting knowledge.
Understand components of Basel II, and the key drivers of Economic Capital and Expected Loss.
Understands the key Risk Components (Market, Credit & Operational), RAROC, EVA, and key drivers of RWA.
Understands Transfer Pricing including cash flow analysis.
Basic understanding of Performance Measurement.
Basic knowledge of Bank products.
Moderate Financial and Risk Management analytical skills.
Some modeling and project experience.
Presentation & written communication skills.
Experience with financial and risk management software.
Understand Database Structure and various database tools ; understanding of data analysis and design, and data mapping.
Aptitude and experience in using and modeling Microsoft Office Suite of products (Excel, Access, PowerPoint).
Able to create and run SQL commands and understand/analyze the results.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.