Yes, The Rock needs your help. In Hartford, not Spain.
And they’d prefer if you have a CPA, MBA, or CFA. What’s that you say? You’ve got all three? You’re a shoe-in.
Check out the details for a Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis at Prudential in Hartford, CT after the jump.
Title: Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis
Location: Hartford, CT
Minimum experience: 5 years
Description: This position is responsible for forecasting all capital requirements, net customer flows (plan sales, plan lapses, and participant contributions and withdrawals), earnings, and investment cash flows for the Full Service segment. Additionally, this position is responsible for analyzing and communicating data and trends that will drive business decisions regarding participant activity, capital positions/flows and investment results. This position has significant interaction with Senior Finance Management within the division.
Responsibilities: Maintain and enhance Full Service planning models consistently and efficiently while meeting deadlines; Manage all aspects of cash flow forecasting and analysis; including monthly cash flow forecasts to senior management and quarterly/annual cash flow forecasts to business partners; Responsible for various forecasting and attribution analysis of specialized items including investment income and equity market appreciation
Skills/Requirements: Bachelors degree in Accounting, Finance, Actuarial Science or related field. MBA, CFA, or CPA preferred; Minimum of 5 years experience in financial planning or reporting; Strong analytical skills including the ability to identify interrelationships between components of financial information in order to identify key drivers of earnings and other significant trends; Financial services industry experience a strong plus, especially in retirement and/or investments; Advanced Excel skills required; Experience with relational databases (Access) strongly preferred.
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