Senior Analyst, Finance Senior Analyst, Finance …

Brookfield Asset Management
in Toronto, ON, Canada
Permanent, Full time
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Brookfield Asset Management
in Toronto, ON, Canada
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Senior Analyst, Finance
Position Summary:

The Senior Analyst, Finance (SFA) will join the Finance team in our global asset manager. The SFA role is a highly visible position that provides the foundation, guidance and exposure towards a successful and challenging career in finance. The SFA will be involved at various depths with financial reporting, compliance, investor relations, business planning and forecasting. There is also the opportunity to provide leadership and mentorship to co-op students and new hires.

  • Prepare consolidated financial statements on a quarterly and annual basis and actively participate and lead the resolution of complex technical accounting issues, including coordination with auditors and operating platforms
  • Compile, analyze and report on corporate and key business platforms including operating metrics;
  • Manage fund operations, including compliance, controls and investor requests
  • Assist in preparation of various analyses and reports for senior management to support their business decision making, and for the board of directors
  • Prepare analyses as part of fundraising process for new private funds
  • Involvement with preparation of forecasting and business planning process;
  • Prepare consolidated financial forecasts, track operating results of subsidiaries spanning multiple segments and five continents and articulate findings to key stakeholders
  • Support Brookfield's annual valuation process including in-depth review of models/long-term assumptions and the preparation of consolidated management presentations
  • Ad-hoc analyses and presentations on platform financial and operational results, as well as supporting any special projects

  • Minimum of three to five (3-5) years of progressive work experience in an accounting function
  • A recognized professional accounting designation (CPA, CA)
  • Strong financial systems experience, including advanced Excel skills
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and is a team player, willing to always support the team
  • Excellent analytical, and problem-solving skills and mindset
  • Can work in a dynamic, complex, fast-paced and collaborative environment, adapt quickly to manage changing priorities and deadlines
  • Excellent communication skills (both oral and written)
  • Self-motivated and pro-active, with respect to both managing workload and professional development