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As Treasury Analyst – Capital Markets, you will undertake Corporate Finance projects across capital raisings (Debt and Equity Capital Markets), and will also manage the relationship and dialogue with leading Rating Agencies.
Monitoring of debt capital markets and preparation of funding proposals on primary issuances and liability management. Managing the administrative responsibilities of existing debt programmes;
Representing the company and serving as an intermediary and key point of contact between senior management and external counterparties (banks, other financial institutions, rating agencies);
Execution of capital market transactions (Bond issuances, share buy-back), managing all aspects from planning, pricing, marketing, to legal considerations;
Managing the relationships with rating agencies, including the preparation of quantitative and qualitative presentation materials ahead of rating meetings;
Supporting Equity-linked considerations and strategic deals such as IPOs, Spin-offs of subsidiaries, Equity buy-back programs;
Preparation of periodic & ad-hoc reviews on company data, peer analysis, and financial markets, to be presented to senior management;
Provide support to Front Office Treasury colleagues when required, assisting in Cash & Liquidity Management, Risk Management, and Inter-company lending.
Finance or Business related degree, or equivalent experience;
Treasury experience in a multinational corporate environment or capital markets experience in a financial institution;
Specific knowledge of debt markets and medium-term funding;
Understanding of credit analysis and rating agencies;
Strong IT and systems skills:
Excellent knowledge of Excel and other MS office applications;
Knowledge of treasury management systems and deal execution platforms;
Good working knowledge of Bloomberg and financial data systems;
Ability to manage relationships and influence multiple stakeholders both in the UK and internationally;
Fluency in other European languages would be advantageous.