Treasury analysts havea key responsibility in monitoring the organization’s supply and transfer of money by keeping detailed financial records. They create logs to track every ingoing and outgoing transaction of cash. Treasury analysts work closely with other financial analysts and accountants to direct asset management. Typical daily duties can include reviewing bank statements, performing wire transfers, processing taxes, producing accurate cash forecasts, assessing liability levels, and tracking investment income. Senior treasury analysts may also develop inventive financial strategies to boost company profits. Some may even help management set policies for successful mergers or acquisitions. Treasury analysts are basically involved in all banking operations to maintain good financial health,
Manage the relationship with internal and external stakeholders
Maintain the documentation in place and ensure the compliance with existing legislation (MIFID2, ISDA, KYC, etc…)
Prepare, read and review internal loan contracts
Produce with accuracy Excel sheets and PowerPoint presentations
Support on different projects to improve the efficiency of the team
Your future employer is a service supplier in the offshore sector market for the oil and gas industry. They are specialised in supplying maintenance, procurement and logistic services for oil and gas, for the offshore installation and construction activities. Its objective is to provide efficient service from a timeframe and economical point of view.