FP&A Analyst – Dublin City/Hybrid – Initial 6 month assignment
Your new company
My client is a leading global bank, conducting business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Providing their client’s a broad range of financial products and services, they are located in heart of Dublin. They are currently recruiting for a FP&A Analyst to join their Finance Division. This role will be a hybrid position, with 3 days per week in their office in heart of Dublin.
Your new role
While providing support to the Legal Entity Management team, you will deliver FP&A activities for the countries within the Europe Cluster. You’ll assist with the delivery of Financial Planning and Analysis processes for the Legal Entity including with regards to Regulatory deliverables while also analysing, investigating, escalating and explaining key movements and trends within performance measurement and reporting. You’ll provide materials for internal and external meetings, working in partnership across Finance and with the Business to understand and improve efficiency and returns particularly Operating Efficiency, RoA and RoTCE;. While understanding scorecard metrics and assist in discussion with CFO/ CCO’s on execution, you’ll assist in processes to ensure the legal vehicle plan aligns with business and function projections.
What you'll need to succeed
With experience working with senior business and Finance teams, you have excellent organisational and planning skills, with excellent communication and presentation skills both verbal and written. You’ve a Professional approach, presentable and can manage own time effectively, while working under pressure and to tight timelines while maintaining high standards of work.
What you'll get in return
Invaluable experience within a leading global Bank.
What you need to do now
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