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Treasury Analyst

Bristol, England, United Kingdom

Treasury Analyst

  • NE02901
  • Bristol, England, United Kingdom

About us

We're a truly international company, forth largest in our industry and operating across 120 markets. An inclusive, innovative global FMCG business supported by over 27,500 employees. As we embrace a new era of growth, we are transforming. Our ways of working and culture are driven by a challenger mindset, constantly questioning the status quo. Our agility and entrepreneurial spirit, alongside award winning development programmes, enable innovation and success while creating exciting and rewarding career choices.

As we move forward, our customers will be at the heart of what we do, evolving to needs and expectations and committing to a more meaningful contribution to harm reduction by building a successful NGP business. Integral to our long-term success is our sustainability strategy, behaving responsibly and supporting our ambitions, all underpinned by high governance.

Encouraging inclusion at local levels and supporting a developing and robust diversity agenda globally, we’re fully committed to creating and maintaining an environment that celebrates and respects difference.

Please note: This is a 12 month fixed term contract role

The role

We are currently recruiting for a Treasury Analyst to join us for 12 months based in Bristol.

The primary purpose of this role is to support the development, optimisation and automation of Treasury processes, including both better utilising the existing capabilities of Treasury‘s systems and proposing new systems where appropriate.  The role holder will also settle and confirm Treasury transactions, co-ordinate system administration requirements, challenge and propose improvements to existing working practices in the department, and support the wider Treasury team with ad hoc projects, prioritising and absorbing workload and responsibilities across the department as necessary.

Key accountabilities

  • Support the daily Treasury confirmations and settlements process, ensuring these are prioritised, managed within counterparty limits and agreed timescales; Act as a primary contact for settlement issues and take responsibility for tracking and resolving these in a timely fashion
  • Take ownership of developing and optimising the capabilities of Treasury’s systems to drive improvements in operations and enhance process efficiency
  • Co-ordinate and monitor system administration requests for the treasury management system (TMS), electronic banking, trading, confirmation and trade repository systems and training new users when required
  • Support the production of all standard Treasury reports (including reports for the Treasury Committee) in a timely manner to demanding deadlines; Ensure the suite of reports is continuously refined and challenged and engage stakeholders to ensure their requirements are understood and met
  • Manage the ongoing development of Treasury’s Business Continuity Planning (BCP) processes, procedures and systems
  • Engage with global subsidiaries and the Front Office team to manage and perform the intercompany netting process in an efficient and effective manner; Leading the enhancement, development and systemisation of this process
  • Actively monitor, calculate, challenge and co-ordinate the payment of all key fee arrangements and collateral liabilities to agreed timescales
  • Support the team with the issuance and update of documentation necessary for Treasury to enter into transactions with counterparties
  • Supporting the wider Treasury team with ad hoc projects, absorbing workload and responsibilities across the department as necessary

Education, Qualifications, Skills and Experience

Essential:

  • Treasury experience 
  • Previous experience of working in a front or middle office function
  • Strong finance background
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office products
  • Experience in promoting changes to business processes, systems and technology
  • Strong numeracy skills
  • Highly analytical with the ability to interpret data and information summarised highlighting key variables
  • Appetite to challenge and negotiate
  • Ability to engage with counterparties and manage relationships effectively
  • Proactive outlook and approach
  • Team player, but with ability to act on own initiative when appropriate
  • High attention to detail with ability to work accurately when under pressure and be able to manage tight deadlines
  • Ability to work and communicate with employees at all levels of the organisation
  • The ability to communicate fluently in English, both written and spoken

Desirable:

  • Qualified accountant or relevant treasury qualification (or working towards a relevant accounting/treasury qualification)
  • Ability to use SQL in Relational/ Object orientated database management systems such as MS SQL server
  • A good knowledge of programming languages such as Python, C++ and/or Java
  • Lean / Six Sigma awareness

What we offer

Imperial Brands offer a competitive package of salary, bonus scheme, hybrid working, pension and 25 days holiday (with an additional 4 days on top to cover the Christmas period and bank holidays).

Next steps

Interested applicants should apply with their CV highlighting their suitability for the role. 

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1901

The year Imperial was founded through the
coming together of 13 UK family-run
businesses

33,000

Imperial employees worldwide

160

Number of markets worldwide in which our products are sold