Reporting to the Group Treasurer, you will manage the Group’s liquidity and cashflow requirements including surplus cash management and prepare cashflow budget / forecast.
You will formulate strategic funding plans, raise financing from banks & / or debt capital markets to fund Group project requirements in various currencies, negotiate financing terms & conditions and complete loan documentation, establish and maintain EMTN Programs and oversee loan administration.
You will be responsible to manage, maintain and expand the Group’s banking relationships, as well as review or maintain an optimal debt profile and enhance financial flexibility.
You will also formulate hedging strategies to manage foreign currency and interest rate risks for the Group, execute derivative transactions to hedge these risks, and negotiate hedging related documentation such as ISDA Agreements.
In addition, you will ensure compliance to Treasury SOPs, approved mandates and financing covenants. Other responsibilities include providing treasury support for the Group’s acquisition and divestment plans, and preparing treasury reports for management and board meetings.
You should possess a degree in Accountancy / Banking / Business Administration / Economics / Finance / from a recognized university or its equivalent with at least 5 to 10 years’ relevant working experience in corporate treasury, preferably in the real estate sector.
To succeed in this role, you should be familiar with both the money and debt capital markets, strong in analytical skills, financial modelling and a committed team player.
Other key attributes you must possess include excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a strong initiative, meticulous and good work ethics with proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
Experiences with SAP Treasury module will be an advantage.
Specialization : Finance - Audit / Taxation / General / Cost Accounting / Corporate Finance / Investment / Banking Type of Employment : Regular Full-
Time Minimum Experience : 5 Years