As a Member of the FIN Leadership Team, the incumbent will have the following responsibilities:
Provide leadership and direction to the Group in line with the business objectives of the Treasury Division and the Finance Department.
Develop annual business plans for the Group, including recommendations on resource allocation and budgetary requirements for annual planning purposes.
Monitor results and work with Treasury Division Management to improve resource planning and allocation to achieve progressive efficiency gains, while addressing current and emerging business needs. Reallocate or reorganize resources to improve performance.
Oversee timely and effectively implementation of all audit and non-audit recommendations.
Represent the Group, seeking to disseminate and communicate effectively the Group's results internally and externally.
As Group Head, the incumbent will have the following responsibilities:
Manage and execute loan servicing for public and private sector clients, including monitoring of loan arrearages and enforcement of the Bank's Arrears policies and guidelines and all applicable reporting.
Manage the billing process of loan and corporate receivables, overseeing also the collection process for both loans and corporate receivables.
Lead the design, implementation, maintenance and control of loan corporate systems and reporting platforms that support the activities of the group.
Develop Bank wide training and outreach programs on policies and procedures related to loan and corporate account matters under the purview of the Group.
Assist business units in the interpretation and application of Bank payment policies, procedures and best practices, including but not limited to the Bank's travel policy.
Provide support to business units and other corporate areas in matters related to accounts payable, corporate accounts receivable from advisory and knowledge services, donor trust fund contributions, and capital transactions.
Manage Service level agreements with internal and external entities, including elaboration of key performance indicators and regular reporting.
Implement and administer Capital subscriptions and contributions of the Bank and other funds administered by the Bank. LCA will oversee capital contributions subject to maintenance of value and provide for related reporting.
Support TCS to ensure all treasury, accounting and reporting requirements are duly covered and considered in any new Trust Funds and PSG agreement.
Foster frequent and regular interactions with internal clients and other support areas (other members of Finance team, Risk Management, Internal Audit) and with Bank clients, external entities including financial counterparts, other MDBs, etc. to gather market intelligence and feedback to provide for continuous improvement of service quality.
Assist the Bank's Office of Outreach and Partnership providing technical support during the negotiation, structuring and execution of transactions involving donor resource mobilization and administration.
Education Master's degree (or the equivalent) in Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field. CFA or CPA is a plus.
Experience Minimum of ten (10) years of relevant experience in loans disbursements, billing and administration, or Accounts Payable & Receivable
Language Proficiency in written and oral English and full command of one of the other three official languages of the Bank (French, Spanish or Portuguese) is required
Systems: Proficiency with SAP, Loan Management Systems (including Cassiopae) and the Microsoft Office suite is highly desirable. Incumbent will be responsible for developing and maintaining models using both Access databases and Excel spreadsheets.