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Provides financial analyses related to budgets, forecasting, allocation of expenses, ad hoc analysis for business case development and custom financial analyses, peer group analysis and internal consulting for all levels of management.
Develops and maintains spreadsheets and statistical models for financial analysis. Works on portfolio profitability modeling by utilizing ALM (Asset Liability Management) software.
Provides assistance in the development of financial applications. Prepares a variety of management presentations. Researches and resolves problems and errors in data from financial reporting systems.
Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree in finance or accounting, and Ten or more years of experience in financial analysis activities Preferred Skills / Experience Superior knowledge of financial analysis techniques and general accounting procedures Excellent mathematical and analytical skills Superior knowledge of financial analysis, forecasting, and planning Expert ability to identify and resolve exceptions and to interpret data - Ability to mine and analyze large data sets in SQL server - Master's degree preferred
I am writing this review under the leadership of R Davis who was a respectable humane person that created one of the best working environments I have ever had Mr Cecere unfortunately is a different story A piece of me died when Davis stepped down I worked under the TOS umbrella doing software development for almost 7 years I was in between jobs and had no intention of staying long term I am ambitious and took on a lot of work that my co workers would not and I was reworded for it I got promoted twice and wound up managing the department I was hired into Unfortunately there are a lot of shakeups and reorgs at US Bank I went through 5 bosses in my time there and most of them were good people that I enjoyed working for My department was eventually dissolved but I felt like upper management worked hard to find me a new gig and they did They are slightly behind on technology but they are huge and take lots of time to turn things around As an upper manager once told me We are in the money business not technology I eventually decided to leave because of an offer for more money but more importantly better benefits I still miss the fun environment the Columbia Center and all of the people I made friends with while I was there