Senior Financial Analyst

Company Name:
M.S. International, Inc.
Analyze financial information of global organization using quantitative and qualitative techniques. Conduct complex financial analyses including budgeting, trend analysis, forecasting and financial modeling. Collect and analyze data related to operational costs and financial data (price analysis, inventory costing, inventory turns and aging) to determine present and future financial performance and devise techniques for more efficient and economical operations. Analyze, interpret and summarize budget, midyear forecast and other financial information to provide information and make recommendations about profit and loss. Review market trends and growth and utilize forecasting tools to make recommendations and help management in planning core corporate strategy. Assist management in deciding lease vs. buying of major capital assets. Analyze investment opportunities and make recommendations. Review and analyze subsidiary financial statements to ensure accuracy and proper reporting. Coordinate with internationally based finance staff to ensure MSI priorities and controls are enforced. Manage the financial reporting for international subsidiaries and perform the monthly consolidation of worldwide financial results. Perform economic analyses of all of MSIs facilities and market areas. Recommend and lead efforts to improve internal cash flow management processes and tools.
Requires Masters in Business Administration or related business/technical discipline and 1 year experience in job offered or related financial, business analyst or management occupation.
Job site: 1441 Jarvis Avenue, Elk Grove Village, Illinois, 60007, USA. (Cook County)
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