Operations supports the commercial activities of NIBC Bank during the initiation phase of a transaction and delivers after-care until maturity. We aim to realize the business objectives in a highly effective and efficient manner. Operations typifies as an open environment with a continuous improvement culture. Our professionals are engaged and service oriented. There are opportunities to develop within Operations itself or elsewhere within the bank.
Operations, which is part of the Corporate Center SBU, consists of five departments that are dedicated to specific commercial activities.
Operations Treasury, which is one of the five Operations departments, supports the Treasury activities of NIBC. The department is responsible for the product administration of all derivatives, money market-, foreign exchange- and fixed income transactions. The activities in the department are divided amongst two teams that very closely work together: Transaction Support and Payments & Settlements.
Transaction Support is responsible for processing all transactions, legal documentation, CSA Collateral Management and EMIR transaction reporting. Payments & Settlements is responsible for managing all corporate actions, life cycle events, cash management, payments and settlements.
Operations Treasury is looking for a (junior) staff member to fulfill a replacement vacancy.
The suitable candidate will be part of a dedicated team of professionals who together are responsible for the Treasury product administration. In this role interacting and working together is extremely important, next to working with strict deadlines and being comfortable with financial data. Frequent contact with other Operations departments and Business Units like Treasury, Risk Management, Finance, Legal and IT is part of the daily activities.
Tasks & responsibilities:
• Registration of transactions in our Back Office system
• Internal and external reconciliation of transactions and positions
• Review and/or prepare legal documentation for Treasury transactions
• Daily margining of derivatives transactions (CSA Collateral Management)
• Transaction reporting to regulators
• Prepare and confirm payments
• Execute securities settlements
• Execute life cycle event and corporate actions (e.g. interest resets, options, redemptions)
• Intraday monitoring and optimization of cash position (Cash management)
• Higher Vocational Education (HBO). Preferably economics.
• The vacancy is an excellent position for a starter.
Personality & skills
• Fluent in Dutch and English (spoken and written)
• Excellent communication skills
• Enthousiastic team player
For more information about the procedure, please contact Paulien Stastra, HR Business Partner, at +31 (0)70 342 5923.
For more information about the content, please contact Robbert Berendrecht, Treasury Operations, at +31 (0)70 342 5264.
‘we develop people’ is one of our business principles; we invest in the personal and professional development of our people because their capability and commitment define our success. We reward results in a differentiated way and encourage employee share ownership. We provide an environment where the best people choose to work, grow, and have influence and impact. For recent graduates we offer an Analyst Program that is built and executed with Rotterdam School of Management, RSM – Erasmus University, VDS Training Consultants and NIBC. (http://www.careeratnibc.com).
Diversity and work-life balance:
Our employees are NIBC’s biggest asset, so we aspire to create a workplace where employees can be who they are; an open-minded culture where diversity is openly encouraged and respected. We value human differences. This does not only include demographic diversity in gender, nationality or age; but also cultural differences, and social or personal needs, such as work-life balance. For NIBC attracting and retaining motivating employees means supporting them whereas flexible work options are concerned. Working fewer days than full-time is one of the possibilities offered.