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Divisional Treasury Analyst

Rothschild & Co
Zurich, Switzerland
Closing date
Aug 9, 2024

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Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
About Us

Rothschild & Co is a leading global financial services group with seven generations of family control and a history of over 200 years at the centre of the world's financial markets.

Our expertise, intellectual capital and global network enable us to provide a distinct perspective that makes a meaningful difference to our clients, communities and planet.

We have 4,200 talented specialists on the ground in over 40 countries around the world, enabling us to deliver a unique global perspective across four market-leading business divisions - Global Advisory, Wealth Management, Asset Management and Five Arrows.

As a family-controlled business built on relationships, we place a huge emphasis on our people and finding the right colleagues to take our business forward.

Rothschild & Co is committed to an inclusive and supportive environment where diversity and different perspectives are valued. We are focused on the attraction and recruitment, development and retention and progression of high calibre talent to ensure we and our clients benefit from the value of difference.

Overview of the role

Treasury Control
  • Preparation of Divisional and some local Treasury Reports: quarterly, monthly and weekly
  • Analysis of the Treasury investment across our Division and 3 banks
  • Execute weekly Cash Management reporting
  • Net Interest Income and FX Trading revenue analysis
  • Prepare presentation materials for Senior Management
  • Control financial Operations on Treasury investments and follow internal limits and guidelines
  • Document and update Divisional and Local Treasury Policies & Procedures

Forecasting & Planning
  • Participate in the Planning and Budget process
  • Help coordinate projections on Credit, Deposits and Treasury Investments across our 3 banks and Division
  • Participate in Capital and Liquidity Planning management
  • Provide Support on Balance Sheet and Off-Balance Sheet KPI monitoring

  • Participate in global and local Treasury & ALM projects. Currently:
    • FTP (Fund Transfer Pricing)
    • harmonize local Treasury reporting across the 3 banks

Education and Qualifications
  • CAIA, CFA, FRM or equivalent business finance degree
  • 3-4 years' experience in Financial Controlling in a financial institution, ideally a Private Bank
  • Knowledge of Private Banking and mainly on Revenues and Assets
  • Strong IT knowledge with sound understanding Phyton, Excel, PowerPoint and Avaloq
  • Fluent English and French or German would be beneficial

Experience, Skills and Competencies Required
  • Proficiency with financial analysis software
  • Analytical skills
  • Attention to details
  • Ability to thrive in a collaborative and multinational environment

  • Rothschild & Co is committed to safeguarding and enhancing the health and wellbeing of all its employees. To support this, Rothschild & Co provides all employees with a range of healthcare services and benefits that aim to support their overall wellbeing
  • We are conducive to creating a working environment and culture where people can succeed
  • We provide a variety of inhouse trainings, as well as tuition assistance for further education and training courses
  • Everyone can choose to incorporate agile working principles into their working week
  • We have learned a great deal about the adaptability, commitment and resilience of our people. We believe there are opportunities for all of us to enhance our working lives and outcomes, by applying a more flexible approach to where and when we work and up to 40% of your work time can be performed from home

If you are curious to learn more about us and have valuable experiences in a similar role, then please submit your CV and Cover Letter through our recruitment tool.

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