Credit Control Analyst

Responsibilities

  • Cash collection on a defined book of business.
  • Work closely with clients, some of which are Fortune 500 Companies, andThomson Reuters internal staff to resolve client disputes and follow through tosatisfactory resolution which results in payment of invoices.
  • Manage the decision process on disconnecting customers when payments cannotbe negotiated.
  • Manage complicated cash application issues.
  • Monitor & analyze collection trends & identify debt issues at anearly stage for resolution
  • Aid Regional Credit Managers in compilation of monthly credit controlreporting.
  • Recommend any changes in country credit control tiering & mapping toimprove efficiency.
  • Ensure actions from monthly business unit debt provisioning meetings arefollowed-up.
  • Ensure accounting for bad debts & provisioning comply with accountingstandards.
  • Build effective relations with CA & Business Unit management.
  • Liaise with Finance to ensure thorough financial analyses of the viability ofcommercial propositions.
  • Help regional implementation of Credit Control Global template & countryadherence to it thereafter.
  • Suggest & implements improvements to current practice.

Requirements

  • Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree , Business Studies/Administration/Management, Commerce, Economics, Finance/Accountancy/Banking, Marketing or equivalent.
  • At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Preferably 1-4 Yrs Experienced Employees specializing in Finance - Corporate Finance/Investment/Merchant Banking or equivalent.

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