Posted on :
27 Jan, 2010
Standard Chartered Bank provides personal and business banking services in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, UK, Europe and the Americas, Standard Chartered Bank of Nigeria is currently recruiting a Finance Analyst
– Actively review and assist in planning business costs to ensure value for money and a lean cost base.
– Frequently analyse business performance in relation to budget, other SCB countries and competitors.
– Supporting Financial and Management Reporting in ensuring the completeness, validity & accuracy of the GL and reports emanating thereon.
– Supporting the Financial Controller with bank-wide General Ledger controls.
– Act as insurance officer for the country.
Key Roles & Responsibilities
1. Cost Analysis and cost centre management
– Prepare Monthly Cost report and commentaries.
– Review / circulate Cost centre reports and attend to queries there from.
– Prepare Cost forecast and the PMC templates.
2 Insurance Matters
– Attend to all insurance operations matters affecting staff & the bank.
– Promptly process claims and follow up on settlement of obligations.
– Prepare monthly reconciliation of insurance account with our insurance broker.
3 Competitive Analysis
– Undertake bank wide competitor analysis with selected banks.
4. Statutory returns
– Monthly remittance of staff NHF and pension contributions.
5. Daily GL Review
– Review the bank’s daily Trial Balance, query unusual balances and escalate variances.
Qualifications & Skills
– B.Sc University degree (2:2 Minimum).
– Professional qualifications in Accounting and Finance e.g. ACCA, ACA plus a few years work experience in an Accounting department of a financial institution.
– Good Aptitude.
– Good Analytical skills.
– Knowledge of Sun Systems and general high level of computer literacy and understanding of business computing environment.
– Good communications and interpersonal skills.
– In compliance with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Act of 2004, all applicants should ensure that they have completed the mandatory NYSC programme. A discharge certificate will be required as evidence of completion of the programme. Where an exemption has been granted, a certificate of exemption will also be required.