Stolt-Nielsen USA Incorporated

  • Manager Financial Planning & Analysis

    Job Locations UK-London
    # of Openings
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The corporate Finance team in London, responsible for all the debt for the group, is looking to take on board a Manager, Planning & Analysis to participate in and/or lead projects from start to finish. The position reports into the Head of Corporate Finance.

    You will be involved in various financial modelling, investor relations and competitive landscape reviews and work in close cooperation with the operational business divisions and all other service functions such as treasury and/or legal.

    The role requires strong accounting knowledge, solid project management and excellent communication skills. We are looking for someone with a positive attitude, a master’s degree with strong quantitative focus and the desire to work in a challenging and high-pace work environment.


    Key responsibilities are, but not limited to:


    Financial analysis and financial modelling:

    • Board Meeting preparation; finance presentation, capex control, capital expenditure review etc.
    • Develop financial models and perform financial analysis for potential JV/ acquisition opportunities
    • Prepare memos, presentations, spreadsheets, graphics, reports etc. as needed


    Investor relations:

    • Coordination of the earnings release and preparation of the presentation
    • Provide analysis for bankers/ investors queries
    • Shareholder/ bondholder profiling and analysis
    • Proof and review financial analysis, presentations, filings and other financial information


    Corporate funding:

    • Assist with tracking the group spending and identify funding needs basis the budget and 5-year plan;
    • Maintain quarterly and annual debt convenants for bank loans and bonds
    • Create models to compare different financing alternatives
    • Coordinate JV financing with banks, JV communication


    Market research (General Industry, Macro-economic) and support coordination of projects. 




    • Master degree with strong quantative focus (e.g. Finance and Accounting). MBA preferred



    • Valuation and financial modelling
    • Comparable financial analysis
    • Project Management
    • Build relationships with financial institutions.


    Specific skills:

    • Strong analytical and quantative capabilities
    • Solid knowledge of accounting and the ability to read and understand financial statements
    • Ability to understand the connection between financials and business activities
    • Good communication and presentation skills in English. Strong negotiation skills.



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