• Competitive
  • Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Moody's
  • 2019-03-18

Treasury Manager

Location: Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

The candidate will be a member of the global Corporate Treasury team at Moody's. As a member of the team, the Treasury Manager will be primarily responsible for integration efforts and ongoing day to day treasury operations for a Moody's Latin American subsidiaries. This positionis newly created and requires a self-starter, one who is able to execute without much day to day supervision. This role will work very closely with local accounting personnel and will be primarily responsible for:

  • Integration Efforts
    • Create, manage and oversee controls related to daily Treasury operations for Latin American entities such as cash reporting, bank account management, FX execution, investments and counter party risk management
    • Implement Corporate Treasury policies and monitor compliance
    • Develop operational cash flow forecasting on entity level basis
    • Coordinate integration of acquisition-related Treasury activities in Reval TMS system, including cash positioning, forecasting and reporting, trades such as investments and FX, and inter company transactions
    • Identify and recommend appropriate cash investment opportunities
    • Coordinate with global Treasury team to recommend, implement and maintain optimal banking structures
  • Ongoing responsibilities
    • Manage banking relationships and banking resolutions including entity and authorized officer KYC requirements
    • Perform bank account administration duties such as the opening, closing and maintenance of company bank accounts and transactional signatories
    • Maintain daily cash position for all accounts, including cash reporting, cash reconciliation, and investing
    • Analyze cash flows and perform daily cash reconciliation. Work with appropriate business teams to better understand changes and trends in cash flows
    • Responsible for cash positioning, dividends, inter company netting and loans, act as back-office function for these activities (confirmation and payment execution), as well as activities associated with understanding and mitigating FX risk, for the regional legal entities
    • Participate in global cash repatriation planning and execution efforts
    • Assist in preparation of presentations to executive management
    • Assist with financial risk management process such as balance sheet hedging, and inter company transactions such as loans and dividends
    • Collaborate with regional accounting and tax teams on cross-functional objectives .

Required Competencies
  • Strong knowledge of and expertise in international cash management practices, specifically in Latin America region
  • Strong technical treasury skills including prior treasury measurement system (preferably Reval) knowledge.
  • Strong understanding of finance and accounting.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, including capacity to perform detailed analysis while understanding big picture implications.
  • Consistently demonstrate high standards of integrity
  • Excellent verbal, written and oral communication skills. Proficiency in English and Spanish is required; Portuguese is a plus
  • Ability to work as part of team and independently, managing multiple priorities and deadlines in a fast paced environment.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of products. Intermediate to advanced excel user preferred (pivot tables, logical, reference and lookup excel functions).
  • Familiarity with bank portals such as Citi Direct BE, Bank of America CashPro, Bloomberg, preferred.
  • Ability to deliver results and thrive in matrix environment, primarily reporting to Head of Cash in New York

  • Undergraduate degree in finance, economic or accounting
  • 7+ years of experience in international Treasury, international treasury and cash operations experience required

Preferred -

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