Director, Financial Planning & Analysis
The Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) Director reports to the CFO and is an integral part of the Finance team, managing up to two direct reports. S/he will be instrumental in strengthening the FP&A function by delivering financial and strategic insights and data driven advise to our social business.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Create, update, and maintain financial models and detailed forecasts for our growing branch network.
- Generate three, five, and 10-year financial forecasts, including building scenarios for branch expansion and capital raising vehicles.
- Benchmark branch performance (including by geography and vintage analysis) against generic operating model to better inform decision making.
- Analyze borrower repayment behavior to better understand our borrower acquisition strategy and targets.
- Working with the CFO, manage GAI’s relationships with lenders and investors including origination of new loans and structuring impact investment vehicles, lender/investor due diligence processes and ongoing periodic reporting.
- Assist with budget preparation and reporting.
- Working cross functionally, take the lead on special projects and ad hoc analysis to support the business
- Degree in Finance, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics or other analytical discipline.
- At least five or more years of experience in investment banking, private equity or financial institution.
- Proven ability building and running forecasting models as well as financial analysis is essential.
- High standards of integrity, accuracy, attention to detail and precision.
- Effective presentation skills across a range of internal and external audiences.
- Excellent listening, written and oral communication skills.
- Reliable self-starter with mature judgement looking for a fast-paced environment.
- The successful candidate will be one who is committed to work in a multi-cultural, mission focused organization providing a strong financial and analytical skillset and with a desire to contribute to social impact and entrepreneurship.
- Candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S.