Aon is currently recruiting a Finance Analyst - Treasury to join our team in Hong Kong .
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The Roles :
The Finance Analyst - Treasury is responsible for the following activities to support the Senior Manager and CFO in the delivery of the Aon Finance strategy on Working Capital.
Supporting the investigation and follow up of unallocated cash which will involve working with Treasury team, business stakeholders and timely matching the unallocated cash.
Supporting the treasury team to clear up the backlog of allocated cash in US$1M.
Supporting the delivery of working capital improvements across the business line through working closely with the debtor champion and finance leader to communicate with business stakeholders to ensure maximising collections;
take actions to ensure improvements with respect to DSO monitor ongoing status.
Support regional and / or country operation projects and initiatives such as digitalisation of the cash management processes as part of wider end to end process improvements with business stakeholders (such as ABS operating model)
Is able to work effectively with finance colleagues and support business colleagues through acting as a finance business partner to support operation and business growth.
Understand and comply with regulatory requirements
Work effectively with internal and external auditors to meet their requirements
Maintain personal and professional development
Responsible for working in accordance with the Aon Risk Management Framework, and compliance with the Aon policies, including participation in the management of risks (including completion of mandatory training) that may adversely affect the business, interests or reputation of any Group Company.
Our Requirements :
High Diploma / Degree in Accounting / Finance or related discipline
Preference given to candidates who are working towards completing a CPA or ACCA qualification.
2-3 years accountant experience and preferably in insurance industry.
Attention to detail and inquisitive mindset
Prepared to seek resolution to queries and issues and is comfortable working across disciplines and to tight deadlines
Advanced Microsoft Excel and database experience