• Treasury Controller

    Posted Date 6 days ago(8/9/2018 9:41 AM)
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  • Overview

    The Treasury Controller’s key responsibility is to monitor and ensure compliance of financial risks on Group level and provide stakeholders with relevant information.


    • Monthly financial closing: Responsible for valuations in the treasury system and preparation of booking entries for derivatives (FX, IR, commodity hedging) including hedge accounting documentation according to IFRS
    • Reporting: Analyze and report treasury key figures to management and prepare specific treasury disclosure notes for external communication
    • External audit: Involvement in external audit on treasury disclosure notes
    • Forecasting: Co-ordinate and prepare monthly liquidity forecast at Corporate level
    • Compliance: Ensure compliance to Group Treasury Policy (liquidity risk, funding risk, interest rate risk, foreing exchange risk)
    • Internal controls: Co-ordinate activities for Corporate Finance and Treasury according to Group Internal Control system


    • Master degree in business administration with a focus on financial accounting/controlling
    • Certified public accountant (CPA) or Financial Risk Manager (FRM) would be an advantage


    • Minimum 5 years in financial controlling with a focus on treasury, preferably in a multinational Group
    • Experience with a centralized hedging approach
    • Experience in using SAP modules, e.g. treasury module, financial consolidation and business warehouse
    • Experience in project work, including IT, would be a plus

    Knowledge & Skills

    • Excellent analytical skills
    • Strong commitment to contribute to the team performance and keep deadlines
    • Good knowledge on financial instruments including IFRS 9 and specific experience in derivatives and hedge accounting

    Language Requirements

    English fluent, German would be an advantage

    Travel Requirements



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