The Analyst IV provides business, financial, and/or systems analysis and reporting support for Finance Record to Report and Inform to Manage Processes. The Analyst IV is accountable to deliver complex analytics and reporting support for their assigned corporate, line of business, sector, shared service, region, country, or legal entity team. S/he plays an integral role providing support for the development of nuanced period end commentary, variance analyses, and reporting; recommending and supporting KPI metrics and scorecard reporting, providing capital planning, project planning, and budget management insight, guidance, and support, in addition to a wide range of planned periodic and unplanned delivery to ad hoc requests as assigned. The individual in this role will work independently to accomplish his/her own assigned workload and collaboratively with other members of his/ her Finance or cross functional team in compliance with the approved process standards at the agreed service levels committed to in the Mutual Service Agreements. The individual in this role will proactively identify analytics and reporting needs, and partner proactively with customer management and the Management Reporting LOB Delivery Lead to prioritize and agree needs for their customer organization. The Analyst IV may be called upon to perform analysis and/or provide guidance and insight related to complex financial transactions, budgeting, forecasting, planning, reporting, general ledger accounts, operating performance, profitability, and industry/competitor outcomes and trends. S/he may provide analytical support and advisory services related to more complex activities such as audits; and the fulfillment of complex ad hoc requests and the proactive development and delivery of special projects as agreed in the demand management process. In addition to ad hoc requests and special projects, the Analyst IV might be called on to perform or assist in complex analyses and advisory support related to: - financial performance, e.g. actual revenues and expenses vs. forecasted/planned revenues and expenses - decision support for a prospective business opportunity or new product offerings - competitive performance evaluation, e.g. key performance indicators for BNYM as compared to its competition - profitability analysis of products offered and customers served - comparative analytics, period to period Bachelors Degree in a financial discipline such as accounting, finance, statistics, or economics; or local country equivalent is required. A MBA degree, or local country equivalent is preferred. Minimum experience required is 5-7 years of experience in accounting or finance. Six+ years of experience in budgeting, planning, forecasting, financial analysis and modeling is preferred as well as Business Intelligence, Marketing and Pricing Analytics experience. Experience working in a global shared services environment and/or Global financial services experience is a plus. Strong written and oral communications skills in English is required. Certified Public accountant (CPA) or equivalent certification issued by local area Professional Licensing body is preferred.
BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Primary Location: United Kingdom-Greater Manchester-Manchester
Internal Jobcode: 32241
Requisition Number: 1814731