Capital Markets Performance Analyst - Corporate Finance / Accounting New York - United States
Day-to-Day Responsibilities: Performance Analysis of the Markets activities: working with the primary analysts of the Fixed Income and Equities & Derivatives businesses to report and analyze the financial results, inclusive of revenue, expenses, and scarce resources. Functioning as the primary owner of report production across the different business lines within the Markets Activities. Report production includes weekly and monthly financial performance analysis including Revenues, Costs, Balance Sheet and a variety of performance metrics. This position will be responsible for the accuracy and timeliness of the team reporting. Additionally, the analyst will produce financials on an ad-hoc basis answering the needs of our internal clients which include the CFO of the region, our performance analysis colleagues in Paris, and the Front Office. This position will centralize the analysis of the Markets business Direct Costs - The analyst will be key in defining, designing and implementing this process. Daily interactions with all team members, as well as various internal partners, to ensure comprehensive analysis as well as consistency across a variety of audiences.
A successful candidate will have the opportunity to work closely with the Analysts and assist them as they partner with the businesses to provide value added analysis, and proactively address issues or potential issues. Our expectation is that the individual hired for this role evolves to take over one of the dedicated business line Analyst roles in the team within 3 years Profile Required Technical Skills: Ability to streamline the manual report production as efficiently as possible using new and evolving technologies Advanced experience utilizing MS Excel Experience with Essbase a plus Competencies: Strong investigative ability and curiosity to comprehensively explain the profitability of the desks and understand variances against prior year, prior quarter, Budget, and Forecast. Ability to develop strong partnerships with the Finance and Business community to gain an understanding of underlying business drivers and issues that may affect the activities. Capability of assessing priorities, work in cooperation with other departments and divisions, and deliver with consistent quality, usually under tight deadlines. Experience Needed: 1-3 years of experience in Financial Services Exposure to Finance, Accounting, and Capital Markets. Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Business and/or Finance. Languages: French speaker a plus Business Insight
The Finance Department of Global Banking and Investor Solutions (GBIS), is a global organization with local presence, providing the same set of services through global and efficient processes and consistent norms, leveraging on production hubs. Our Core Missions are: Quality and timeliness of GBIS financial statements; Assisting GBIS management and all Business Lines in their steering with actionable reports on financial performance and forecasts; Independent certification of all financial aggregates in particular the daily P&L explanation on Market Activities; Financial communication and constant benchmarking; Providing expertise on accounting, prudential and tax norms and ensuring the compliance of these norms.
The Markets Performance Analysis team(MPA) provides Performance Management reporting, analysis and second-level of control on NBI, Balance Sheet, Costs, Headcount, Budget and a variety of ratios.
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Job code: 19000RWP
Business unit: SG CIB
Starting date: Immediate
Date of publication: 24/11/2019