Asset Charging Analyst / Corporate Finance / Treasury

Bedford, Bedfordshire
Circa £40,000 plus benefits package
12 Feb 2018
26 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Asset Charging Analyst / Corporate Finance / Treasury
Full Time
Circa £40,000 plus benefits package

Our client is an ambitious 18,000 unit Housing Association based in Bedford and operating throughout the Oxford to Cambridge growth corridor. The organisation employs 400 people, has an annual turnover in excess of £120m and a development programme that will see it build around 3,000 new homes over the next five years.
They have an exciting opportunity for an Asset Charging Analyst to join their Corporate Finance Team. The primary responsibility for this role is to deliver a strategy for charging of assets to lenders and investors as security for debt by analysing, challenging and forecasting valuations. You will also effectively investigate and interpret property documentation, and maintain an accurate property charging database.
With your strong project management skills you will take ownership of the development and implementation of our client's security charging strategy and valuation upgrading process. Essentially you will possess excellent interpersonal skills and work closely and efficiently with both the Corporate Finance and Development teams as well as external advisors to maximise the debt raising capacity of the organisation.
This is a key strategic post in which you will act as a subject matter resource providing advice and guidance.
The successful candidate must be educated to a degree level in finance, economics or science related discipline or hold formal treasury or corporate finance qualifications, and the salary offered will reflect both this and the candidate’s experience in working within the housing, finance or development fields. In addition you will have a proven track record of using technology to accurately analyse and interpret large volumes of data.
Closing date: 26 February, 2018.
First stage interviews: Week commencing 5 March, 2018.