Job Title: Finance Analyst, CSTR
Department: Technology Finance
Business or Function: Finance
Reports To: Finance Manager, CSTR
Duration: 9-12 months
Competitive day rate.
Main Purpose of Role:
The Finance Analyst, within the CSTR role is within the Product Engineering, and Architecture Finance team supporting the Technology organisation. The Cyber Security and Technology Risk (CSTR) group is responsible for anticipating, mitigating and responding to cyber risks by developing secure products and ensuring customer trust in the brand.
This contract role is the finance analyst for the CSTR group. The analyst is responsible for partnering with the CSTR team and providing all financial reporting to support the team in meeting its objectives and drive informed business decision-making.
Major Responsibilities / Accountabilities:
- Deliver financial reporting, planning and forecasting to ensure clear line of sight of the cost to deliver investments
- Support project reporting for CSTR programs
- Support the delivery of financial and operational support which drives informed business decision-making
- Other ad hoc projects as required
Technical/Professional Skills & Competencies:
- 3+ years of experience in a Finance role, preferably within Technology or Financial Services
- Excellent analytical and communication skills
- Strong organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects with competing demands for resources, ability to adapt to change
- Customer-focused with a commercial mindset
- Tenacious and driven by delivering results, driving change
- Enjoys working in teams.
- Shows ability to work effectively across all functions of the business
- Proficiency in working in a fast-paced, complex, dynamic, global business environment.
- Familiarity with accounting and financial reporting
- Expert level with MS Office (Excel and PowerPoint)
formerly the Financial and Risk business of Thomson Reuters – is a global provider of financial markets data and infrastructure
Thomson Reuters Financial & Risk business today announced that following the closing of the strategic partnership transaction between Thomson Reuters and private equity funds managed by Blackstone, the Financial & Risk business will be known as Refinitiv.
Closing of the transaction is expected to occur in the second half of 2018 and until then the business will continue to be known as Thomson Reuters Financial & Risk.
The new name, Refinitiv, was created based on feedback from customers and industry influencers on the intrinsic value of the Financial & Risk business to the industry. It is a name that aims to blend definitive action in financial markets and a bold focus on the future with a 160-year legacy of excellence as a pioneer in financial technology.
The Financial & Risk business of Thomson Reuters is one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and infrastructure, serving over 40,000 institutions in over 150 countries. As a standalone company, it will continue to focus on providing leading data and insights, trading platforms, market data infrastructure and open technology platforms that support and connect a thriving global financial markets community - driving progress in areas such as trading, investment, wealth management, regulatory and market data management, enterprise risk and tackling financial crime.