LdAnlyst, Fin Plan&Analy

Job Description

The Analyst III provides business, financial, and/or systems analysis and reporting

support for FMA Processes. The Analyst III is accountable to deliver moderately

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 period end commentary, variance analyses, and

reporting; supporting KPI metrics tracking and scorecard reporting, providing capital

planning, project planning, and budget management 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 Analyst III may be called upon to contribute to or perform analysis of moderately

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 to more complex activities such as

audits; and the fulfillment of moderately complex ad hoc requests and special projects as

assigned. In addition to ad hoc requests and special project assignments, the Analyst

might be called on to perform moderately complex analyses of: - 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, 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 - variances in connection with the close

Bachelor's Degree in a financial discipline such as accounting, finance, statistics, or

economics; or local country equivalent is required. Preferred degree is a MBA; or local

country equivalent.

Minimum experience required is 8+ years of experience in accounting or finance;

preferred experience would include 5+ years of experience in budgeting, planning,

forecasting, financial analysis and modeling. Business intelligence, marketing and pricing

analytics a plus. Experience working in a global shared services environment. Global

financial services experience a plus. Strong written and oral communications skills in

English is required. Certified Public Accountant or Equivalent certification issued by

local area Professional Licensing body is preferred

Qualifications

The Analyst III provides business, financial, and/or systems analysis and reporting

support for FMA Processes. The Analyst III is accountable to deliver moderately

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 period end commentary, variance analyses, and

reporting; supporting KPI metrics tracking and scorecard reporting, providing capital

planning, project planning, and budget management 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 Analyst III may be called upon to contribute to or perform analysis of moderately

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 to more complex activities such as

audits; and the fulfillment of moderately complex ad hoc requests and special projects as

assigned. In addition to ad hoc requests and special project assignments, the Analyst

might be called on to perform moderately complex analyses of: - 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, 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 - variances in connection with the close

Bachelor's Degree in a financial discipline such as accounting, finance, statistics, or

economics; or local country equivalent is required. Preferred degree is a MBA; or local

country equivalent.

Minimum experience required is 8+ years of experience in accounting or finance;

preferred experience would include 5+ years of experience in budgeting, planning,

forecasting, financial analysis and modeling. Business intelligence, marketing and pricing

analytics a plus. Experience working in a global shared services environment. Global

financial services experience a plus. Strong written and oral communications skills in

English is required. Certified Public Accountant or Equivalent certification issued by

local area Professional Licensing body is preferred


BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Primary Location: India-Tamil Nadu-Chennai
Job: Finance/Accounting
Internal Jobcode: 85067
Organization: Finance-HR06599
Requisition Number: 1916581