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Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Brisbane, Australia
Closing date
Mar 10, 2024

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Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Analyst, Health
  • You are self-driven and collaborative.
  • We are a specialised Health team with substantial sector expertise.
  • Together, we can drive sustainable business growth for our clients.

See yourself in our team .

Our Commercial Banking business serves over 10,000+ medium to large businesses in Australia, managing complex financial needs with turnovers ranging from $3 million to $150 million. Committed to client understanding, we provide insights and innovative solutions and foster sustainable business growth. Join our health-focused team for collaborative and client-centric excellence.

Your impact

Become a vital part of our collaborative team, driving market success. We seek expertise in crafting credit papers and advanced cash flow analysis. Leverage your analytical, solid mindset to assess risks and opportunities in lending and client credit.

With robust tools, contribute significantly to developing business opportunities in the rapidly growing health sector. Join a dynamic Commercial Banking team where passion for healthcare and dynamic industries is pivotal for success.

Do work that matters

As our Analyst, your passion for customer service aligns with our goal of achieving top client satisfaction. This role offers a unique opportunity to enhance your experience in health industry clients and deals.:
  • Being involved in early deal qualification, risk assessment/discussion and deal structuring
  • Financial modelling and analysis of Health customers with turnover between $30-150m
  • Prepare credit submissions for new and existing clients and facilities.
  • Coordination of deal execution through documentation and funding
  • Monitor performance and conduct annual reviews for clients, reporting financial and operational results to Risk Management for compliance.
  • Working closely with Bankers, Account Managers, Risk Officers and Product Specialists to meet client requirement.

What are we looking for?

Join our high-performing, customer-focused team as an experienced Analyst, ideally with a Health industry background. We value self-driven, collaborative, and adaptable individuals. This role offers exposure to sophisticated corporate banking clients and collaboration with skilled Health Industry Bankers, requiring specific critical capabilities and experience.
  • Previous experience writing and analysing credit transactions.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively, as well as manage projects across clients and key stakeholders, both internal and external to the Bank
  • Well-developed financial analysis and modelling skills (including forecasting)
  • Ability to quickly grasp complex transactions and form reasonable risk assessments to support credit assessment.
  • Current or prior experience in the Health Sector is preferable.
  • A tertiary qualification in Business/Finance and Commerce would be highly regarded.

We support our people with the flexibility to balance their work, talk to us about what might be possible for this role.

This is a great opportunity for someone who is customer centric, highly organised and shares a passion for innovation. Sound like you? Apply now.

If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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Advertising End Date: 07/03/2024

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