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  • Full Time
  • India
  • No. of Vacancies: 2
  • Experience: 2-5 Years

As a Financial Analyst, your role will involve analyzing financial data, preparing reports, and providing insights to support strategic decision-making within an organization. You will be responsible for evaluating financial performance, identifying trends, and making recommendations to optimize financial operations. Your expertise in financial analysis and forecasting will be essential in assisting management in driving profitability and achieving financial goals.

Key Responsibilities

1. Financial Reporting and Analysis: Analyze financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements, to assess the financial health and performance of the organization. Identify trends, anomalies, and key drivers of financial results.

2. Budgeting and Forecasting: Assist in the development of annual budgets and periodic financial forecasts. Collaborate with stakeholders to gather data, perform variance analysis, and provide insights on budget performance. Identify risks and opportunities for achieving financial objectives.

3. Financial Modeling: Develop and maintain financial models to support strategic planning and decision-making. Perform scenario analysis, sensitivity analysis, and “what-if” scenarios to assess the financial impact of different business strategies and initiatives.

4. Cost Analysis: Analyze costs across different departments or business units. Identify cost drivers, assess cost effectiveness, and recommend cost-saving measures. Conduct cost-benefit analysis to evaluate the financial impact of potential investments or projects.

5. Investment Analysis: Evaluate investment opportunities and assess their financial viability. Conduct due diligence, analyze financial statements, assess risk and return profiles, and provide recommendations on investment decisions, such as mergers and acquisitions, capital expenditures, or new business ventures.

6. Financial Performance Metrics: Develop and track key financial performance indicators (KPIs) to measure and monitor the organization’s financial performance. Provide regular reports on financial metrics, benchmarks, and trends to management and stakeholders.

7. Risk Assessment and Management: Identify financial risks and uncertainties that may impact the organization’s financial performance. Evaluate risk exposure, develop risk mitigation strategies, and provide recommendations to ensure financial stability and compliance with regulatory requirements.

8. Financial Presentations and Communication: Prepare presentations, reports, and summaries to communicate financial analysis findings and recommendations to stakeholders, including executives, department heads, and investors. Clearly present complex financial information in a concise and understandable manner.

9. Industry and Market Research: Stay informed about industry trends, economic factors, and market conditions that may impact the organization’s financial performance. Conduct research and analysis to assess competitive landscapes, industry benchmarks, and emerging opportunities or risks.

10. Compliance and Governance: Ensure compliance with financial regulations, accounting standards, and internal policies. Assist in internal and external audits by providing financial data, documentation, and analysis as required.