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Consumer and Community Banking Finance - Financial Analysis - Auto Vice President

Req #: 170083345
Location: Wilmington, DE, US
Job Category: Accounting/Finance/Audit/Risk
Potential Referral Amount: 5000 US Dollar (USD)
The VP Financial Analysis will serve as a key member on the Planning & Analysis team.  The team is responsible for managing the monthly and quarterly forecast, earnings press release process, and annual budget/mid-year forecast reporting.  The group also manages and/or leads financial/strategic projects and key analysis to provide insight and decision support to the Auto Finance and CCB leadership team, including analysis used in Investor Day, Analyst presentations and Senior Leader Conferences This person will interact regularly with the Auto Finance CFO and other senior executives.
 
Roles and responsibilities include:
  • Support the Auto Finance annual/monthly/weekly financial planning, forecasting, stress testing analysis and reporting processes
  • Analyze financial results, provide variance analysis, prepare for monthly management meetings and monthly corporate business reviews
  • Prepare/consolidate presentations for business reviews with CCB management
  • Develop/enhance standard internal business unit presentation packages for internal business meetings with the CEO/CFO
  • Work with Auto Finance functional areas on specific analyses, such as headcount management and performance metrics
  • Support and/or lead ad hoc analytic projects and requests
  • Proactively analyze business financial trends, research issues and respond to inquiries to help provide insight and decision support to senior management, both within Auto Finance, Card Services and the CCB finance leadership team
  • Work closely with Auto Finance, Card Services and CCB P&A teams to enhance existing financial processes and analytic models
  • Ensure data integrity, accuracy and timeliness in all financial reporting
 

 
  • BS degree in relevant technical fields (e.g. Economics, Statistics and Computer Science etc.)
  • Minimum 10 years of financial and analytical experience
  • Exceptional analytical ability and creative problem solving skills
  • Experience in process improvement
  • Ability to deliver exceptional results in a time-sensitive manner while managing competing priorities
  • Expert in Excel and PowerPoint preferred. 
  • Hyperion Essbase and SAP experience a plus.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Strong attention to detail required.
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