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TRM (Treasury) Analyst

Job Title: TRM (Treasury) Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Salary: €50000 - €55000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9398_1504884258
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a leading end user client based in Spain who currently have a need for an experienced Analyst with a focus on the Treasury landscape.

The IT Services Finance, Investments and Treasury Team (FIT) provides a shared platform and solutions in the area of Finance, Treasury and Investments. The mission of the team is to ensure that the Business receives all required solutions at a reasonable, but competitive, cost; and that valid Service Level Agreements and budgets are in place.

Candidates will need to have;

  • A background with the financial services sector
  • Experience within a similar environment (Business Analyst etc)
  • Knowledge of IT tools such as SAP TRM; SWIFT and Bloomberg AIM
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Flexible working approach as this role may require the occasional need to travel

For further information on this great opportunity, please get in touch for confidential discussion.

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