Credit Financial Planning Analysis Manager

Company Name:
North Star Staffing Solutions
Are you ready to get working with numbers and prepared to take on an FP&A role that will compliment your love for developing and managing forecasts, reporting, and analysis process for credit business? This career could be your next opportunity!
Primary Job Responsibilities
Lead role in financial planning and analysis for our credit business
This position supports our global credit issuing business, which originated in 2008. Operating primarily in Maryland, credit is one of our fastest growing business units with near-term plans to expand outside of the United States. The credit business provides our customers with financing alternatives and strengthens the companys operating margins.
Responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:
Develop and manage forecasting, reporting, and analysis processes for credit business
Analyze and present financial results and forecasts to senior credit and finance leaders
Prepare financial business cases related to proposed credit expansion opportunities
Prepare analysis and reporting in support of Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) teams and investor relations
Prepare forecasts and analysis for critical internal and external partnerships that support the credit business from an origination and funding perspective
Manage and develop other team members
Job Requirements - Knowledge, skills, abilities, experience, and education required to perform job.
Strong background in financial reporting, analysis, and forecasting for credit businesses
10+ years progressive financial experience
Strong presentation and communication skills
Experience building financial planning processes and tools
Experience analyzing the profitability of credit business
Education:
Bachelors Level Degree or Equivalent in related field
If you meet the requirements of this unique opportunity, we encourage you to explore how you can make a difference by applying now. Simply email your resume to to get started.

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