Finance Assistant with FX Back Office
Finance Assist with FX – City London Our Client is an international organisation who are currently looking to recruit a Finance Assistant with experience in FX back office systems and procedures. You must have at least 3 to 5 years commercial experience within and Finance coupled with FX back office. The following are list of skills and experience the Client would like you to have for this position: FX back office, Treasury postings within ECC Payment run execution, manual payments Registration and maintaining of Customer’s Bank Information (CBI) in ECC Administration of Cash Position, Fundraising Limit, for Company offices in EMEA, with liaising the HQ. Expense payments for various departments within the Company and support other general departmental office activities FX Back Office workflow runs smoothly throughout the day. Confirming trades using Misys and dealing with daily settlement to banks. Daily Outgoing Payments using Automatic Payment Run in ECC and dealing with Manual Payments Registration and maintaining of Company’s European and other global offices’ CBI on ECC for payment. Gathering information from offices in EMEA and making report/application for cash position, fund raising limit, to liaise with Finance Div. of HQ. Making Departmental Expense payments and Support and help with other general departmental office activities when required from time to time. Staff in business departments and corporate departments in all offices and Group companies. Financial Institutions, international Banks Skills / Knowledge: Good verbal and written communication skills. Numerical and analytical skills. IT skills including Word, Excel, SAP Basic knowledge of finance and finance market and accounting. Experience: Experience working in a Finance department or in the back office in the Bank The position will be based near St Paul’s in the City of London. Salary will be in the range £25K - £35K plus benefits. Please do send your CV to us in Word format along with your salary and availability.