Standard Chartered Jobs in Nigeria: Finance Analyst

Posted on :

27 Jan, 2010

Category :

Banking Jobs in Nigeria, Finance Jobs in Nigeria

standardcharteredStandard 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

Job Description
– 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.

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