MUFG Financial Manager Treasury Associate in Los Angeles, California
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This is a hybrid position. The selected colleague will work at an MUFG office an average of two to three days per week with the remainder worked remotely.
The Financial Manager Treasury Associate is a key member of the Treasury Finance & Project Management team within the Global Markets Division of the Americas for the global commercial & investment banking activities. The Associate will manage Treasury’s business unit financials and forecasts, business analytics and risk & control tasks, and report to managers at all levels of the organization including global head office in Japan and senior leadership within the U.S. The Associate will report to the Head Director of Treasury Finance & Project Management team.
Execute end-to-end financial forecasting for Treasury’s Balance Sheet and P&L activities within the Global Markets Division of the Americas on behalf of the global commercial & investment banking activities
Treasury Balance Sheet products primarily include global wholesale funding products related to money and capital market securities; (CD/CP/Non-Maturity and Time Deposits, Medium-Long Term Corporate debt, the Liquid Book Investment Securities Portfolio (Buffer Assets Portfolio)
Treasury P&L includes associated Interest Revenue and Expense, Mark to Market and Fee Income/Expense. The position is also responsible for Direct and Indirect Expenses management
The Associate will work closely with internal key stakeholders both within Treasury (Funding, Sales and Trading desks, Funds Transfer Pricing, Project Management, Liquidity) and outside of Treasury (Central FP&A, Controllers, 2nd Line Risk), to ensure forecast accuracy and make necessary overlays
Generate and submit month-end close reporting comparing monthly results to forecasted and budgeted levels in summarized views for leadership including U.S. Treasurers and global head office in Japan
Manage expense budgeting/reporting process including verification of Transfer Pricing among different legal entities under MUFG
Coordinate and resolve financial questions and issues
Conducts and directs financial-based research and analysis projects
Possible additional/ad-hoc responsibilities as follows:
Produce monthly, quarterly, annual, and ad hoc financial reports regarding trends, variances, profitability, and performance measurement
Financial modeling, graphing and reporting
Analyze forecast results as well as historical actuals
Manage Treasury risk & control tasks including issues (Regulator, Audit, Self-Identified, etc.), and ensure all issues have monthly updates and are on track for on-time remediation
Assist in coordinating and supporting the risk assessment cycles (Treasury Risk Appetite Statement (RAS) as well as the RAS Monitoring Report, etc.)
Being the liaison for Treasury accounting Requests for Information supporting Regulatory and SEC filings
Prepare, supervise, and provide quality control in the preparation of complex analytical, financial and risk & control reports and presentations
Create managerial reporting slides in various formats for presentations at executive level committees and meetings
- Provide support and assistance on Treasury revenue management tasks including profit analysis in conjunction with the Bank’s funding and lending activities as well as buffer asset portfolio management
Bachelor's Degree with at least 3+ years of internal or industry experience in financial management. Direct experience in managerial accounting and finance is a plus
Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Excel and PowerPoint required including the ability to model and create complex spreadsheets, look up tables, pivot tables; able to quickly organize large amounts of data into summarized reporting with the use of Excel formulas and Excel-based automation (either formulas or macros). Experience with financial software (such as Hyperion) is a plus
Understanding of banking products and financial statements
Self-starter with a strict discipline to ensure on-time submission of key deliverables
Excellent organization and time management skills, handling multiple tasks/projects with attention to detail
Strong presentation and communication (oral and written) skills required
Strong collaboration required across Treasury segments and global business units
The typical base range for this role is between $90 K- $110 K depending on job-related knowledge, skills, experience and location. Additionally, our Total Rewards program provides colleagues with a competitive benefits package (in accordance with the eligibility requirements and respective terms of each) that includes comprehensive health and wellness benefits, retirement plans, educational assistance and training programs, income replacement for qualified employees with disabilities, paid maternity and parental bonding leave, and paid vacation, sick days, and holidays.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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