Nestle Treasury Analyst – Risk Management in Arlington, Virginia

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POSITION SUMMARY:

The Treasury Analyst is an integral member of the Nestl Treasury Center - North America team and is responsible for all activities relating to debt administration, corporate finance, and treasury services for U.S. and Canada. The Treasury Analyst must be self-reliant and capable of working with all levels of internal management and external business partners. Provides support and assists with special projects, analysis and other functional areas in Treasury.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

DEBT ADMINISTRATION

Provide back-office support to Centre Treasury on bond issuances, ensuring completion of all necessary documentation and signatures within established deadlines; update annual Debt Issuance Program as required.

Ensure proper execution of coupon/swap payments on outstanding bonds.

Prepare/update financing and operational intra-group loan agreements; ensure application/calculation of proper interest rate and execution of any interest payments; collaborate with Tax and Business Unit to understand the requirements of the business and the potential tax implications.

CORPORATE FINANCE

Prepare Net Financing Cost (NFC) forecast and analysis.

Perform analysis and identify opportunities to optimize the capital structure. Work closely with the key business contacts, Centre Treasury, and Tax.

Prepare forecast of flows including royalties and dividends.

Manage Standby Letters of Credit portfolio. Perform regular review of contracts to ensure proper coverage. Coordinate process for additions and changes between all stakeholders (Legal, Business Unit, Corporate Risk, banks) and execute final contracts.

TREASURY SERVICES

Provide support to Nestle business units and affiliates in management of merchant card processing services.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES (continued):

MAINTENANCE OF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

Maintain updated policies and procedures for areas of responsibility.

CASH AND FX SUPPORT

Act as back-up for Cash Management Treasury Analyst.

Act as back-up for FX Analyst.

OTHER PROJECTS / ASSIGNMENTS

Assist with compliance activities (e.g. audit and regulatory requirements)

Identify and execute continuous improvement projects.

Perform duties and assists in other special projects as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Direction will be given relating to task priorities, senior management interaction and decisions involving financial exposure. The incumbent is expected to be self-directed in all other matters.

SUPERVISION GIVEN:

May be involved in training other personnel on cash management matters.

FINANCIAL/STRATEGIC IMPACT:

Drive sound business decision-making and ensure the highest standards for stewardship and governance throughout the company with combined revenues in excess of $20 billion.

Qualifications

REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL:

Undergraduate degree in Business Administration, preferably with an emphasis in Finance or Economics.

Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation is desirable.

EXPERIENCE:

5+ years of relevant experience, preferably in debt and corporate or institutional cash management.

Experience in compliance and internal controls is a plus.

SKILLS:

Ability to multi-task and prioritize, in a busy, dynamic environment and meet specific deadlines.

Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, are required.

Outstanding problem-solving and analytical abilities.

Strong interpersonal skills to with the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization.

Strong proficiency using Excel is a must as well as proficiency with Word, Powerpoint, and Outlook.

Experience using Quantum Treasury Workstation is a plus.

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