Appel à manifestation d’intérêt : Banque asiatique de développement (ADB) recrute un(e) Agent de trésorerie (associé(e)) au Philippines.
The Associate Treasury Officer will provide substantive analytical, technical, and operational support to TDFD front office. The position will be responsible for the: (i) documentation of new borrowings and derivative transactions in the international and domestic capital markets; (ii) analytical and documentation support on buyback and swap novation transactions; (iii) evaluation of new structures or products and related hedges, including monitoring the status of relevant requests; (iv) the creation or update of calculation templates for bonds and swaps; (v) preparation and filing of borrowing-related reporting requirements to external parties; and (vi) review and update of medium-term note program documents and processes, including measures to support organizational resilience.
The incumbent will report to Assistant Treasurer, TDFD and/or designated International staff and senior National Staff.
- Reviews, negotiates, and finalizes borrowing documents, including the pricing supplement or final terms, terms agreement, subscription agreement, agency agreements, instruction letters, and other side letters, to ensure that the agreed terms and conditions are accurately reflected and documents are completed within the prescribed timeline.
- Directly coordinates with internal and external parties involved in the documentation process, including underwriters, global and fiscal agents, listing agents, internal and external counsel, rating agencies, and auditors. When necessary, resolves issues with the relevant parties for the timely completion of documents to ensure the smooth settlement of transactions.
- Gathers data and prepares spreadsheets, termsheets and other documents related to buybacks and swap novations. Provides support to traders for the timely execution of the transactions.
- Reviews, negotiates, and finalizes swap confirmations related to funding transactions. Ensures that the terms and conditions reflected in the swap confirmation are accurate and in accordance with the agreed terms and conditions. Ensures that swap transactions are undertaken with eligible swap counterparties and that the swap confirmations are signed by authorized signatories of both parties.
- Assists front office in the review of the terms and conditions of new borrowings to ensure that these are consistent with ADB’s interest. Provides support in the assessment of new products, structures or selling and fallback provisions. Analyzes swap terms and, when necessary, ensures that this matches the terms of the underlying asset or liability. Coordinates with dealers or agents to assess viability of new structures. Monitors the status of requests for new products and structures and updates the monitoring sheet as needed.
- Creates or updates templates for the relevant calculations needed in the documentation of relevant bond and swap products.
- Undertakes the necessary tasks to facilitate compliance with bond covenants such as the preparation and submission of required reports to stock exchanges and regulatory authorities and the circulation of financial statements to lead underwriters, rating agencies and other relevant parties. Provides support in the preparation of ADB’s Information Statement. Ensures that all necessary filing and disclosure requirements, including the filing of the Information Statement, are completed on time and filed with the relevant regulatory bodies.
- Assists in the review and update of ADB’s medium-term note program documents, flowcharts and calculation spreadsheets. Analyzes expenses related to funding operations and provides support in the assessment of contracts with agents and service providers.
- Drafts responses to queries from investors, agents, auditors and ADB’s Board of Directors related to TDFD borrowings and processes.
- Evaluates critical processes and potential operational risks, including its impact on bond/swap documentation and settlement, particularly in relation to the division’s business continuity plans. Recommends solutions to mitigate or prevent such risks. Maintains and updates list of contacts for borrowing documentation.
- Performs other functions that may be assigned and reflected in the incumbent’s work plan.
Relevant Experience & Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Banking, Finance, Business Administration, Mathematics, Law or related disciplines, preferably with advanced training.
- At least 6 years of relevant professional experience, preferably in treasury, accounting, finance or risk management operations.
- Strong planning and organizing skills to handle various tasks within given deadlines.
- Strong analytical and numerical abilities with clear attention to detail.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
- Sound knowledge of financial mathematics.
- Solid understanding of relevant Treasury and general policies, procedures, guidelines and reporting formats prevalent in a multilateral institution is an advantage.
- Familiarity with borrowing documentation and swap documentation requirements in line with International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) Definitions is an advantage.
- Ability to work collaboratively with teams as a constructive team member with proven interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work independently within given guidelines.
- Please refer to the link for ADB Competency Framework for National Staff level 1.
Application deadline : February 15th, 2023