Business Segment: Corporate Finance & Operating Components
Location(s): United States ; Connecticut; Norwalk
About Us: GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.
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Role Summary: Financial analyst role which facilitates the execution and coordination of the accounting, reporting, documentation, and consolidation of GE’s intercompany transactions. These transactions include acquisition, dispositions, dividends, returns of capital, and legal entity restructuring. This role works cross functionally with global Tax, Treasury, FP&A, Controllership and BD. This roles is also responsible for managing the MARS controlled accounting entries tied to intercompany transactions.
Provide financial leadership to execute cross business accounting schedules, related to deals, tax transactions & simplification initiatives
Provide accounting guidance to Businesses and Corporate Components with respect to disposition accounting, tax strategies, focus on investment, capital stock / surplus and various inter-company accounts
Support local reporting compliance by ensuring all legal docs, accounting entries, and approvals are validated and booked for all cross business schedules
Lead Corporate Simplification initiatives, special projects and ad hoc analysis
Create, Present and Coordinate monthly cross functional status reviews with senior leadership on planned transactions and other significant matters
Ensure compliance with all MARS reporting requirements, including CMA process, edit checks, and supplemental DR reporting
Provide support on account reconciliations
Manage historic repository, access and privacy compliance
Develop and provide global training on relevant topics to broad finance community, including tax, controllership, FP&A and treasury
Partner with Treasury and FP&A to track cash repatriation, as well as highlight cash movements with exchange exposure or currency restrictions
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance or related Business degree
Demonstrated knowledge of Financial and Accounting Processes
5 - 7 years of corporate Finance / Accounting / Project Management experience
Strong Excel, PC & Systems skills
Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
Ability to interface with all levels of the organization effectively, including senior management
Project management, facilitation skills with demonstrated ability to drive tasks to closure
Self-starter, dedicated and committed to completing assignments in a timely, high quality, value added basis with limited direction
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