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This position is an opportunity for a curious and high performing individual to practice and get a deep understanding of finance - the finance market in general, and Ericsson in particular -, financial analysis and modelling, company valuation, capital structure, financing and credit rating. Corporate Finance works closely to the CFO-agenda and has a broad interface with external parties like banks, rating institutions and credit investors.
Corporate Finance at Ericsson
Corporate Finance is organized within Group Function Finance, Treasury (“Treasury”). Corporate Finance is an integrated part of the business with an operational responsibility for Ericsson’s external financing programs, bank relations and for the capital structure of the legal entities. The Corporate Finance Team is also responsible for the global Supply Chain Finance Program. Corporate Finance is an advisor to Executive Management in questions related to Group Capital Structure and Working Capital.
Internal key stakeholders include The Group Treasurer, Treasury Leadership Team, CFO, Investor Relations, Business Units, Regions, other Group Functions, and Company Control Hubs.
External interfaces include banks and other financial institutions, rating agencies, auditors, law firms, equity and fixed income investors as well as Corporate peers.
Corporate Finance – Main Responsibilities
Issue and develop directives and guidelines including areas such as Bank Relationship Management, Borrowing and Credit Facilities, Parent Company support, Discount rates including WACC
Ensure adequate financial readiness for the Group and minimize refinancing risks, including initiation and management of external borrowing and stand-by facilities
Proactively manage Group capital structure and credit profile
Manage bank relations
Manage and continuously develop models for financial analytics for decision support including financial performance scorecards – focused on capital structure, cash flow, valuation etc
Analyze and forecast cash flow, balance sheet and capital structure
Manage contacts and communication with rating agencies
Build up and manage Ericsson’s Supply Chain Financing
Corporate Finance Manager
The Corporate Finance Manager will work in close cooperation with the Head of Corporate Finance and the Corporate Finance team and be responsible for
Financial analysis and modelling – both the modelling and the presenting of results
Managing and developing Ericsson’s strategic cash flow model
Ericsson’s capital structure incl analysis of appropriate financing, dividend, etc
Actively contribute to improve working capital efficiency (reporting, analysis, target setting, etc)
Actively contribute in the quarterly Treasury reporting to CFO, Financial Committee and Board of Directors (including cash flow forecasting and gathering all parts of Treasury’s reporting)
Project management (ad-hoc research, analysis and projects) in the Treasury area
Financial analysis and modelling
Finance and accounting (i.e. solid understanding of P&L, BS and Cash Flow statements)
Communication skills – verbal, presentations, written
Fluent in English
Able to work to tight deadlines and manage own workflow/priorities accordingly
Curious and analytical mind
Social and ability to build credibility with internal and external stakeholders
Delivering results, meeting stakeholder expectations
Drive and initiative
Work well under pressure
Minimum Qualifications & Experience Requirements:
Academic education in Business Administration or equivalent
Experience or knowledge of fixed income-, equity- and foreign exchange market
Experience in working within a large international organization
Proven communication and interaction skills
Experience from banking, treasury and/or management consulting is a plus
Experience from external communication (like Investor Relations) is a plus
Certified Financial Analyst CFA or “Diplomerad finansanalytiker” title is a plus
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