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Treasury Analyst I


White Plains, NY, US


The Treasury Analyst I provides critical support to the Treasury team in the areas of cash management, debt management and reporting. He/She supports the Treasurer’s and Deputy Treasurer’s management of the Authority’s $1.8 billion debt program, $500 million derivative program, and prepares various financial reports for distribution to Senior Management and internal customers. In this role, the analyst also engages in various ad-hoc Treasury projects; assists in budget preparation; manages letters of credit and exposure reporting; coordinates base line analysis and review of all Clean Energy Solutions' requests for energy efficiency projects; maintaims NYPA's ratings database; and handles some department administrative duties as needed. 

  • Supports the administration of the Authority’s Variable Rate Commercial Paper Notes, which are short-term money market debt instruments issued to the investor community. This includes preparation and tracking of new issuances and retirements, monitoring and determining appropriate maturity restrictions, and understanding the dynamics of the short-term interest rate environments.                            
  •  Performs all functions of the Treasury Specialist in his/her absence. Responsibilities include reconciling bank balances, forecasting cash available for investment, execution of Repurchase Agreements (overnight or term investments) in adherence to the Authority’s internal investment guidelines, and entering trade and wire information into internet based banking systems.          
  •  Provides debt management support through the use of Excel and/or third party proprietary software such as DBC Debt Manager and/or DBC Finance to track all fixed rate debt related activities, such as new debt issuances, retirements and refunding initiatives.             
  • Prepares monthly, quarterly and annual reports and analyses for distribution to senior management and/or the NYPA Board of Trustees.          
  • Prepares annual budget forecasts under the direction of Treasury management and uploads the final budget into SAP.  Monitors Treasury budget variances quarterly.    
  • Supports the administration and development of various reports of the Authority’s interest rate derivative programs. This includes providing monthly updates on the interest rate swap accruals for the Authority’s outstanding interest rate swaps and interest rate caps and preparing the quarterly report for the Board of Trustees.
  • Reviews and processes Asset Manager and broker/dealer invoices to insure accuracy and resolve any discrepancies between submitted values and the Authority’s calculated fees.  
  • Provides the Authority’s custodial banks with updated banking information as internal personnel or financial changes occur; researches and responds to bond holder inquiries; maintains bond holder relationships on a continuing basis.
  • Serves as the primary contact for annual financial report audit field work performed by NYPA’s external audit firm. Responds to inquiries, data requests and is the bank liaison with financial institutions for providing audit confirms.
  • Manages banking relationships on the Authority’s approximately 40+ bank and custody accounts.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and other work-related systems (e.g. Bloomberg System, Investment Management System (PORTIA), SAP, internet banking systems).
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills to tactfully interface with brokers, dealers, bank representatives and internal and external counsel on cash, debt, and investment related issues.
  • Ability to identify and resolve discrepancies with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to prioritize work assignments to maintain effective department operations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to initiate and implement improvement to Treasury procedures.
  • High degree of flexibility to perform a diverse scope of duties, which are key to the efficient operation of the Treasury.
Education, Experience and Certifications
  • Bachelor's degree, or an Associate's degree combined with relevant business experience.
  • Minimum of 3 years of Treasury, Finance or Business experience is required.
  • Experience with utility or government sector is preferred.
Physical Requirements


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