Pico fuels the global capital markets community by providing exceptional market data services and customized managed infrastructure solutions.  As financial industry experts at the center of markets and technology, we help our clients efficiently scale their business and quickly access markets. From infrastructure to connectivity, we support our clients through the full trading lifecycle.  We are a global company headquartered in New York, with offices in Chicago, London, Singapore and Tokyo.

 

About The Role

We are looking for an FP&A Analyst who is eager to learn and grow with our team and Pico. This role will help deliver economic insights and decision making support to senior leadership and will be instrumental in building the systems and processes required to support Pico’s next phase of growth.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support monthly forecast and annual planning cycles (budget, 5 year projections)
  • Support monthly variance analysis of actual performance relative to forecast and budgets
  • Create meaningful new monthly and quarterly financial reports and refine existing ones
  • Maintenance of existing financial models and work to continuously improve, automate, and scale forecasting and reporting tools/systems
  • Provide ad-hoc financial analysis and project support as needed

Required

  • Bachelor’s in finance, accounting or other quantitative field
  • Demonstrated knowledge of financial analysis and modeling
  • Ability to digest complex accounting concepts and apply them to a financial model
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Good team player with a strong willingness to participate and help others.
  • Intellectually curious and solution oriented
  • Ability and willingness to work in a fast-paced environment and meet critical business deadlines.

Preferred

  • Salesforce experience
  • Oracle experience
  • Financial Technology industry experience

Working Arrangements 

This is a Hybrid position with weekly time in the office with the flexibility of working from home. Though travel may be required from time to time, it is not expected to be regular or frequent. The role holder will be expected to work whatever hours are necessary for the performance of this role (recognizing that it involves multiple jurisdictions/geographies including but not limited to EMEA, USA and APAC). 

 

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Full compensation packages are based on candidate experience and relevant certification. 
New York Pay range
$75,000$95,000 USD

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Pico is an equal opportunity employer. Pico does not discriminate on the basis of a candidate's age, race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or other non-merit factors. All employment decisions at Pico are based on business needs, job requirements and qualifications. If you require any assistance or accommodations to be made for the recruitment process, please inform us when you submit your online application.

 

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