Treasury Consultant – Valuations, Governance and SoX

  • Location
    Plano, Texas
  • Job type
    Contract/Temporary
  • Category
    Accounting & Finance - Accountant - Financial

Adecco is currently assisting a local client in their search to fill an exciting Contract, Treasury Consultant – Valuations, Governance and SoX in Plano, TX! Apply now if you meet the qualifications listed below!

Duration: 12 months
Pay Rate: Hourly - Rate will depend on candidate experience and background





Position Summary:
The “Treasury Consultant, Valuations and Governance” assists in the compliance and control functions related to the Treasury valuations and operations processes for a $120+ Billion Balance Sheet, including support for our SoX and related controls framework.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

40% Valuations Governance, Compliance, Internal controls

Review business and/or regulatory changes and accounting policies that may impact valuations and valuation processes.
Responsible for governance of valuation policy, procedures, thresholds, SOX controls and processes, including review of 10K &10Q disclosures related to all fair value items.
Accountable for current operations and projects as well as implementing strategic change towards the desired valuation practice competency.
Provide assistance in the enhancement and management of the framework for periodic monitoring of compliance controls and coordinate the testing of the compliance controls. Manage the tracking of any remediation or corrective action plans.
Provide assistance in the management of the access rights of the internal and external user profiles for various Treasury Management systems.


35%: Valuations (Debt and Derivatives)

Review the valuation process control environment, tools and methodologies for debt and derivatives using WSS, Numerix and Bloomberg for initial valuation, month-end and quarterly close. Review all valuations to ensure reasonability and accuracy of marks used for the financial statements.
Ensure Counterparty Credit risk, collateral exchanges and Collateral Service agreement (CSA) functions operate within established controls framework.
Provide guidance with respect to regulatory and parent company reporting related to FAS 133 compliance, volatility management, risk analytics reporting and portfolio. Manage FAS 133 forecasting on TFS’s books based on the future expected change in market rates.


25%: Asset Valuation (FAS 157/159)

Review the valuation process control environment for finance receivables, asset securitization, as well as other asset categories including wholesale, real estate and commercial loans.
Assess quarterly valuation of finance receivables for accuracy and reasonability.


Requirements:

Experience:

Minimum of 6-8+ years of relevant financial services experience; Audit or Financial Consulting, Corporate/Bank Risk Management or Controllership
Demonstrated ability to effectively manage governance and internal control framework, projects and group.
Exposure to financial products/instruments, valuation/trading and/or financial statement reporting/disclosure standards related to Fair Value.
Familiarity with valuing different types of financial instruments and derivatives.
Exposure to complex financial and/or valuations system/modeling for large/complex debt/derivative portfolio, a plus.


Experience working with derivative and asset valuation models, including ABS and other discounted cash flow based models.
Ability to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders (counterparties, vendors, auditors, etc.).


Education:

Bachelor’s degree Accounting, Finance or equivalent
CPA preferred: CAIA or alternate designation a plus
Post Graduate degree (MBA, M.S Finance or Accounting) preferred
If no CPA is held, the candidate should have a post-graduate certificate with a strong concentration in accounting and controls


Special Skills/Knowledge:

Experience implementing and supporting the SoX controls framework at a corporate treasury or financial institution.
Experience with the valuation of highly structured debt and derivative instruments (using tools such as WSS, Numerix, Bloomberg valuations, Fincad etc.).
Knowledge of valuation tools and methodologies available in the market for debt/derivatives and asset valuations. Strong quantitative and analytical skills
Big 4 audit experience and/or derivatives accounting experience


Technical Requirements:

MS Office (Advanced Excel – pivot tables, v-lookups, etc.)
Treasury Management System experience: Wallstreet Suite or similar highly preferred
Market Data providers: Bloomberg, Reuters, MarkIt, etc. highly preferred
Knowledge of SQL, VBA, .net a plus



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