Group Treasury Manager

Full Time Permanent

South Wales Jobs

Our client was established in 1996 to provide flexible and accessible finance to SMEs across the country. Now, more than 26 years on, they have grown to become one of the UK's largest independent finance houses, helping more than 45,000 businesses to access finance to purchase business-critical equipment and vehicles quickly and easily.

They are an award-winning and progressive business, and with one eye on the future, no two days will be the same, no matter what your role. Customers are at the heart of everything they do, and it is the way that they do business, and the technology they deploy to support customers which keeps them coming back.

Providing finance solutions generates funding needs and therefore they are looking for a professional to join the rapidly growing Finance department to specifically add value within the Treasury sub-team.

This is an opportunity to work within a fast-paced environment, liaising with senior management and external funders. The role will focus on preparing submissions and building relationships with their key external funders to ensure all deals are sufficiently funded.

Reporting to the Group Financial Controller/CFO you will be key in implementing new funding structures for the business to support the growth of the business. This will involve understanding complex structures.

Key Responsibilities

Manage and own the funded positions of all deals submitted to their key funders.
Manage and coach a team of two within the Treasury sub-team.
Work closely with the Head of Funding to ensure optimum funding efficiencies and funding economics are achieved.
Own the company's cashflow forecast model and all associated reporting.
Review and approve all workings performed by the team's Treasury Accountant for submission to funders to ensure a stable cash position for the business.
Review and approve all accounting journals and the monthly balance sheet reconciliations in relation to the securitisation structure.
Monitor cash positions to pre-empt needs to request additional drawing from external funders.
Liaise with all areas of the business to ensure all documentation and eligibility requirements are met before submitting deals to external funders.
Monitor covenant positions and provide board level reporting on the monitoring of said covenants.
Build strong relationships with external funders and associated external stakeholders to make the funding cycle as smooth as possible.
Chair the Asset & Liability Committee.
Assist with the implementation of new funding sources and relationships around reporting and analytics.Role Requirements

Ability to understand complex structures and transactions
Advanced Excel skills, specifically in forecast modelling
Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA or CIMA)
Experience working within the Financial Services industry
Excellent communication skills
Excellent organisational skills
Attention to detail and high levels of accuracy


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