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Treasury Analyst - Capital Markets

  • Location: London
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: GM171092
  • Sector: Commerce & Industry
Job Description

As Treasury Analyst – Capital Markets, you will undertake Corporate Finance projects across capital raisings (Debt and Equity Capital Markets), and will also manage the relationship and dialogue with leading Rating Agencies.



  • Monitoring of debt capital markets and preparation of funding proposals on primary issuances and liability management. Managing the administrative responsibilities of existing debt programmes;
  • Representing the company and serving as an intermediary and key point of contact between senior management and external counterparties (banks, other financial institutions, rating agencies);
  • Execution of capital market transactions (Bond issuances, share buy-back), managing all aspects from planning, pricing, marketing, to legal considerations;
  • Managing the relationships with rating agencies, including the preparation of quantitative and qualitative presentation materials ahead of rating meetings;
  • Supporting Equity-linked considerations and strategic deals such as IPOs, Spin-offs of subsidiaries, Equity buy-back programs;
  • Preparation of periodic & ad-hoc reviews on company data, peer analysis, and financial markets, to be presented to senior management;
  • Provide support to Front Office Treasury colleagues when required, assisting in Cash & Liquidity Management, Risk Management, and Inter-company lending.



  • Finance or Business related degree, or equivalent experience;
  • Treasury experience in a multinational corporate environment or capital markets experience in a financial institution;
  • Specific knowledge of debt markets and medium-term funding;
  • Understanding of credit analysis and rating agencies;
  • Strong IT and systems skills:
    • Excellent knowledge of Excel and other MS office applications;
    • Knowledge of treasury management systems and deal execution platforms;
    • Good working knowledge of Bloomberg and financial data systems;
  • Ability to manage relationships and influence multiple stakeholders both in the UK and internationally;
  • Fluency in other European languages would be advantageous.
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