Financial Analyst, Corporate Functions Finance - Area Vice President

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Description:

Join a financial group that's as committed to your future as you are. At MUFG, we share a vision for our future, we share our successes, and we strive to bring out the best in each other in everything we do. Our 14,000 diverse colleagues in the United States are connected by a common ambition to create change for the better-from forging more dynamic career paths, to driving progress in our communities, to continuously reshaping the standards of global financial services. Positive impact starts here; see the change you can make as we strive to become the world's most trusted financial group.

MUFG Americas Risk Management Finance is a team within the Financial Management of the Americas Corporate Functions group, supporting the financial framework for Americas Risk Management. Our team is the developer, owner, and manager of the financial budget and forecast, including allocations and Transfer Pricing, for the Chief Risk Officer and the leadership across Risk Disciplines supporting a global financial institution.

Within this group, you will produce and deliver meaningful, accurate, actionable, and timely financial analysis to managers at all levels of the organization. The ideal candidate has a strong desire to fully own and speak to critical deliverables involving monthly financial results. This analyst will develop strong relationships with business partners across Risk Management, drive process improvements and reporting accuracy, and execute ad-hoc analysis with confidence.

Major Responsibilities:

    Execute end-to-end financial forecasting for assigned areas, working closely with business leadership and HR to ensure forecast accuracy and make necessary overlays. Performance of Financial analysis to identify and track efficiency opportunities Maintaining a strict discipline to ensure on-time submission of key Prepares, supervises, and provides quality control in the preparation of complex analytical and financial reports and presentations. Frequently interacts with the FP&A forecasting team and larger department. Comfortable creating presentations and distilling recommendations from large amounts of data. Familiarity with the various financial applications within FP&A and has an understanding of the data relations and interdependencies. Generate and submit month-end close reporting comparing monthly results to forecasted and budgeted levels in summarized views for CFO and business leaders. Coordinates the resolution of financial questions and issues. Conducts and directs financial-based research and analysis projects. Develops, interprets, and implements financial concepts for planning and control. Able to work collaboratively across all FP&A teams, identifying standard methodologies and process efficiencies. May train/develop/provide mentorship for junior team members. May be additionally responsible for the following: Produce monthly, quarterly, annual, and ad hoc financial reports regarding trends, variances, profitability, and performance measurement. Financial modeling, graphing and reporting. Analyze forecast results as well as historical actuals. Generate/review and publish monthly reports with analysis.

Qualifications:
    Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree with 3+ years of finance-related experience; experience in Management Accounting is a plus Intermediate to advanced understanding of: banking products & financial statements Strong financial analytical skills required Strong presentation and written communication skills required Experience with financial software (such as Hyperion) strongly desired Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Suite: primarily Excel and PowerPoint required including the ability to model and create complex spreadsheets, look up tables, pivot tables; able to quickly organize large amounts of data into summarized reporting with the use of Excel formulas and Excel-based automation (either formulas or macros) Experience in data analysis and design, and data mapping a plus Detail-oriented with the potential to work efficiently and independently with little supervision. Excellent organization and time management skills, handling multiple tasks/projects with attention to detail Problem resolution skills with strong analytical skills, good judgment and ability to interact effectively with internal clients and technical staff


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