Good with Excel? Possess analytical skills? If yes, keep reading!
We are looking for a talent to join our Cost Controlling Team.
If you are up for a challenge and want to be professionally recognized here`s what we expect from You:
Financial background (university degree in Economics, Finance, Accountancy);
Multitasking skills with good understanding of business and financial logics;
Proficiency in Excel;
Sophisticated analytical skills;
Previous experience in credit or financial institution will be considered as an advantage;
Performs a daily preliminary, current and follow up control over the spending of capital and operating expense of the Bank;
Communicates and supports Heads of cost centres in regards to following the procedures for cost approval and payment processes in the bank;
Participates in the Budget and Forecasts preparation in terms of the process of planning OPEX ad CAPEX costs;
Participates in the preparation of regular and ad-hoc reports for the actual vs budgeted/planned costs;
Provides explanations and analysis of major drivers for differences of actual vs budgeted costs or differences vs other reporting periods.
Monitors the performance of the budget, recommends measures to achieve the annual objectives; monitoring costs, investigating significant differences, identifying and recommending corrective actions;
Communicates and cooperate with other units within Finance division in terms of data verification and reconciliation
And you will ideally show:
English Proficiency language skills;
Detail oriented and logical thinker;
Ability to work in tight deadlines;
Who we are?
TBI Bank is a consumer, SME and merchants focused phygital lender operating in Bulgaria, Romania, Germany, Sweden, and Poland. We are part of 4finance group, one of Europe’s largest digital consumer lending groups. Through an own network of 300 locations, a variety of digital channels, and a trusted network of over 10 000 merchant locations, TBI Bank has been serving more than 1 million customers. Alone in 2019 we have granted more than 500 000 loans.