The role has primary responsibility for coordinating the monthly, quarterly and annual financial close process including analysis of cost variances, producing the mill Financial Statements and assisting in all other mill and corporate reporting needs.
In this role, the selected candidate will perform extensive quantitative ad-hoc projects, deep financial analysis related to the Company's debt and capital security footprint and other Global Funding activities and prepare management reporting.
In this role, you will work on problems of diverse scope where analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors, demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.
In this role, you will perform miscellaneous regulatory functions required by various state commissions. Uses internal databases and other tools to support qualitative and quantitative analyses and metrics for state operations.
In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring that an appropriate Risk Management framework exists for the primary trading and lending desks and products that they offer, with particular emphasis on Counterparty Credit Risk. These tasks include the identification, measurement and aggregation, approval, pricing and reporting of counterparty credit risk.
The Financial Analysts primary responsibility is to analyze financial information such as, but not limited to, company financial statements, personal financial statements, and credit reports in order to underwrite the risk of extending trade credits limits primarily on an unsecured basis and expand the purchasing power of ScanSource, Inc. (ScanSource) customers.
In this role, you will be responsible for
coordination with internal stakeholders for information reported (i) within SEC filings for SEC registrants and (ii) within GAAP financial statements for non-public entities, as well as analysis of such information for completeness and accuracy.
This position will prepare financial and business related analyses, perform research on business performance, and prepare forecasts and analyze trends in finance as well as general business conditions.
In this role, you will conduct research and/or special studies, models basic to moderately complex future short & long term financial results, reconciles actual results against projections and explains variances.
In this position, you will support business requests, design and produce ongoing analytical reporting and/or alert generation and develop documentation for all projects and change efforts (white papers, program manuals, proposals, PowerPoint presentations, etc.).
In this role, you will assist with other quarterly and year-end reporting tasks, such as status assessments, submission and production tracking, metrics, due diligence over internal controls and key information.
The role of Corporate Financial Analyst is a key element of our financial control structure. It operates both as a resource to the market segment to advance their business performance, and as a liaison between corporate finance and the market segment.
In this role, you will provide planning, forecasting, reporting and financial analysis support for assigned line(s) of business and/or at the total segment level under the guidance of financial management.