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Treasury/Finance Program Lead (LIBOR)

  • Location: New York, New York, 10013
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 12 days ago

Terrific 6+ month contract opportunity in New York, New York for a Treasury/Finance Program Lead. Will be part of the Global BCS (Business Controls and Supervision) central LIBOR Transition Program Team, reporting to the FTTR (Finance, Tax, Treasury, Risk) LIBOR Transition Program Manager.
  • SME focus on Treasury and Finance.
  • Central LIBOR Transition PM Lead will be responsible for workstream oversight and LIBOR review, analysis and monitoring across impacted areas.
  • Provide regular governance, reporting, planning and support services across the FTTR Program.
  • Build strong relationships with key stakeholders across the program including Finance, Risk, Treasury, Models, GFT groups.
  • Lead and assist where necessary with LIBOR related regulatory responses for PRA, FRB, OCC, SEC any others as necessary.
  • Monitor and manage program risks, issues, assumptions and dependencies whilst escalating to senior management as required.
  • Oversee program plans and tracking of progress and changes.
  • Coordinate collation and production of materials for relevant program governance forums.
  • Develop and monitor stakeholder maps and stakeholder engagement plans.
  • Facilitate workshops and planning sessions as required.
  • Capture minutes and actions from key program meetings.
  • Undertake ad hoc central program management requests as they arise.
  • Create data analytics dashboards to track metrics and progress utilizing whilst escalating to senior management as required.
  • Utilize data analysis tools to oversee FTTR budget and resourcing tracking and requests.
  • Undertake ad-hoc FTTR and central program management requests as they arise.
  • 5+ years’ relevant experience in working within a PMO, preferably within treasury/finance/controls/regulatory related roles.
  • Experience in analytics with exceptional problem-solving skills.
  • Good understanding of program management methodologies, frameworks, processes, tools and industry best practices.
  • Experience in applying and embedding PMO methodologies across large scale programs.
  • Excellent planning and task management skills; capable of seeing the bigger picture as well as strong focus on day-to-day execution.
  • Proven experience in facilitating workshops and program planning sessions.
  • Understanding of LIBOR and its implications within the industry desirable.
  • Experience of working with business stakeholders across multiple businesses, regions and support functions.
  • Experience within treasury, product control, valuation control, interest rate risk hedging and hedge accounting (fair value and cash flow hedges) is a big plus.
  • Familiar with US GAAP/IFRS and related financial reporting requirements is a plus.
  • Bachelor’s/University degree, potentially Master’s degree.
  • Recognized program/project management qualification such as PRINCE2, MSP etc.
If this is a perfect fit, Apply now!