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Sr. Financial Analyst

Robert Half is handling the recruitment for a new Senior Financial Analyst for one of their clients. Direct the development of forecast processes to ensure resources are leveraged with maximum effectiveness, build long-range operating plans to support business initiatives, and drive world class strategic and financial planning methods in this Senior Financial Analyst position. You will improve upon monthly and quarterly reporting and handle the operation and cultivation of data-driven planning processes. Make an impact in this pivotal Senior Financial Analyst position with a company that allows you access to senior leadership with strategic input. Candidates that have experienced in coordinating various planning cycles (annual planning, quarterly forecasts and monthly outlooks), while providing strategic analyses and recommendations, will be better suited for this role. You will contribute variance analysis of bookings, revenues and expenses, clearly explaining the business reasons for variances and adjusting the outlook models to reflect operational adjustments. This permanent employment opportunity is based in the White Plains, New York area.Major responsibilities- Join forces with Accounting on the monthly and quarterly financial close process- You will be closely engaged with cross functional partners in Accounting and Operations to execute against plans- Get together with senior executives on strategic deep dives by developing financial models and insights on topics such as: Retention forecasts, Campaign Planning & Tracking, return on investment of strategic investments, event tracking and execution, strategic resource allocation and prioritization- Monitor weekly, quarterly and annual Area/Segment-level Bookings and P& L forecasting- Facilitate effective Business Intelligence (BI) to provide forward-looking insight and decision support- Record monthly and quarterly performance through comparison of actuals versus expectations and enable business partners to handle their resources- Master and explain internal and external drivers impacting performance and trending- Examine performance to date and assess potential risks and opportunities- Collect and observe forecasting reports- Produce monthly reporting to business partners on financial results and actions requiredREQUIREMENTS- Deeply adept with financial reporting tools- Skillfulness in simplifying complex problems and building solutions- Accomplished presentation skills- Comprehensive knowledge of Corporate Marketing- Knowledge of Microsoft Excel- Bachelor's Degree in Finance, MBA preferred- 3+ years' experience with advanced financial analysis, planning and budget controls required

Robert Half • White Plains, U.S.

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Financial Controller

Job SummaryThe role holder is required to project manage financial acquisition and feasibility studies, participate in making informed decisions on all mergers and acquisition initiatives; developing timely and accurate financial reporting systemsKey AccountabilitiesBusiness PlanProject manage the implementation and upgrading of the business plan model.Prepare company business plans quarterly (P&L statement, Balance Sheet, Cash flow)Prepare sensitivity analysisFinancial AnalysisContinually source “best practice” and international benchmark for key hypothesis.Prepare Financial Analysis for the company (including investment, hedging, funding, payment terms).Analyze and interpret financial data including financial statement and present to management for decision making.Merger and Acquisition / Bank liaisonInitiate and prepare feasibility studies for M&A and new investments.Project manage the investment process for M&A.Project manage finance acquisitions (bank loan, Sukuk etc.), including bank presentationReporting & ApprovalsPrepare financial material for Investment committee, Audit committee and Executive committee for respective approvals (as per company deadlines)Contribute to the budget / reforecasting (funding options)Expected Qualifications:Either a Chartered Accountant (CPA, ACCA, CA) or a business degree from a credible business schoolDesirable an additional degree in CIMA or CFAExpected Experience:A minimum of 3 years’ experience in investment bank or audit firm is required.Preferably worked for at least one Management Consulting company or a global Big4 firm managing the Mergers & Acquisition portfolio.Required SkillsExcellent Communication Skills (written & oral)Presentation Skills, MS Office (strong Excel skills)Strong analytical skills with the ability to review variances, understand business cycles and their impact on operations.ERP, Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Software application knowledge

EDARABIA • Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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