The Cash Management Representative ensures the end-to-end management of the Cash Management service within Latam and Spain. Responsibility includes dealing with day-to-day activities, incoming calls, conference calls, and e-mail requests relating to the cash management activities. Devotes the time to have updated cash flows per legal entity, monitor the short term cash forecast per legal entity, arranges intercompany fundings, administrates relationship banks signatories and validates and release payments.
MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Building of cash flows actuals and short term cash forecasts to ensure that they all have the needed funding at any time, in the required bank and at the corresponding currency.
Raises timing funding and defunding proposals to the team leader, based on cash flows actuals and available forecasting information, considering the specific time schedules to fund or defund each legal entity and country.
Executes the day-to-day activities including the payment release function, ensuring that the Internal Audit required elements are delivered by Account Payables prior to processing the payment release.
Requests to the corresponding stakeholders the information needed for the forecasting process, taking in consideration the different streams that feed it, like payroll, tax payments, payments to vendors and collections.
Executes the standardization of the bank account signatories administration per legal entity focusing on relationship bank accounts.
Ensures the access to all the bank accounts and bank account platforms for the countries assigned.
Develop a fluent communication with the relationship banks key contacts per country to assist in any cash management or funding related activities.
Liaise with Direct Tax, Indirect Tax and Compliance teams to get approval or advice in regards to tax treatment
Participates in the migration and implementation of other cash management processes.
· Language skills required in English is mandatory.
· Language skills in Portuguese are a major plus.
· Minimum of 1 year experience of working in a shared service center or multinational company in any cash management areas is desirable.
· Very good level in creating, managing and understanding Microsoft Excel files
· Aptitude for process improvement, attention to detail, getting to root cause of problems.
· Good communication skills - written & verbal.
· Technical School degree required. Bachelor’s degree desirable.
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