FP&A ICG Mexico Manager
Citigroup Inc
Costa Rica
hace 34 días

Description

FP & A Mexico ICG Manager

This position will report directly to the FP&A ICG Costa Rica Head. The ICG Mexico Costa Rica Manager is responsible for

  • Supervising a team of analysts working in partnership with the ICG Finance Mexico team
  • Manage interaction with Mexico Lead and team
  • Coordinate activity placement alignment with Mexico / Mumbai
  • Work in close alignment with CAA and FRI
  • Coordinate the core deliverables (MBRs, executive decks)
  • Continuously develop analyses to bring clarity on business challenges and performance
  • Qualifications

    Minimum qualifications for the position include :

  • Bachelor's degree in Economics, Finance or related filed, and / or MBA preferred.
  • At least 8-10 years of relevant experience in financial analysis, preferably in financial services and / or a large complex organization
  • Very good interpersonal, communication and leadership skills
  • Ability to build strong relationships and interact at all levels in the organization
  • At least 2+ years of managerial experience preferred
  • Fully bilingual English-Spanish
  • Other Characteristics :

  • Strong technical, analytical skills, intellectual curiosity
  • Highly responsive and able to coordinate the execution of complex deliverables
  • Applies professional judgment based on the analysis of information. Is able to identify the need of a course of action and make recommendations.
  • Involves others in seeking solutions.

  • Makes clear, consistent, transparent decisions; acts with integrity in all decision making; distinguishes relevant from irrelevant information and makes timely decisions.
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