Financial director / Consolidation


Analyst, structured commodity finance

20 March England - Greater London, London Perm

Key Responsibilities:

Transaction prospects and existing portfolio:
Assist the relevant team members in the origination and structuring work related to new transactions in accordance with       the strategy of the bank, i.e.:
All steps of the transaction process (origination, including pitch presentation, due diligence, credit application, interaction with FS and RPC, credit committee approvals, implementation and monitoring / follow-up of the deals, including management of waivers) under the responsibility of the team members leading the transaction.
 This includes, when required, management of transactions in restructuring.
On transactions, specific responsibility for the analysis and preparation of:
Financial analysis of the counterparties in ANADEFI followed by in-depth credit analysis and associated financial modelling
Calculation of profitability (PI, EVA or any other relevant tools..), liquidity / RWA consumption parameters within EURECCA
Operational performance analysis of the transactions and counterparties
Market analysis and competitive positioning of the counterparties
Market analysis of the underlying commodities and sectors
Preparation of PHIDIAS credit file
Responsibility for and management of, as relevant, the on-boarding and KYC process related to SCF EMEA prospects and / or existing clients, including during the annual reviews process.  This requires liaising not only with the clients / prospects but also different internal teams:
Financial Security, GRM on-boarding, legal, AMO.
Reporting Requirements:
Assist the team members in preparing and presenting the different reporting requirements related to:
Income follow-up: in liaison with London AMO, Financial Control for the purposes of income RWA/CWA, profitability and liquidity consumption,
budget preparations and monitoring
Business line annual strategy / portfolio reviews with intra-departmental communication
When required, internal audit
Management and reporting:
SCF EMEA Team members
Global Head of SCF
Legal and Regulatory Responsibilities
Comply with all applicable legal, regulatory and internal Compliance requirements, including, but not limited to, the London Compliance manual and Compliance policies and procedures as issued from time to time
Financial Security requirements, including, but not limited to, the prevention of Financial Crime and Fraud including reporting obligations to the Money Laundering Reporting Officer.
Maintain appropriate knowledge to ensure to be fully qualified to undertake the role.
Complete all mandatory training as required to attain and maintain competence.
Key Internal contacts:
London SCF EMEA Team + ITB Team
GCF Team worldwide
ITB Team worldwide
RPC, Legal, DOD (inc.
CRI, Tax, AMO, FS and Compliance.
CSR, others as required

Graduate of a business / engineering school or leading university with background in finance, accounting, international business