Business Segment: Corporate Finance & Operating Components
Location(s): United States; Connecticut; Norwalk
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Role Summary: Responsible for providing technical accounting advice and training relating to derivatives, hedging, foreign currency, consolidation and financial instruments to businesses, country segments, or functional areas for both front end deal support as well as new policy development and implementation. Considered a subject matter expert in specific accounting policies or company technical matters.
Serve as technical expert to GE Industrial and Capital businesses providing advisory support and training for the business or country segment which may include front-end deal support for acquisitions, dispositions, deal structuring and debt restructuring.
Assist in the effort to develop accounting compliant hedging strategies, review hedge documentation, evaluate contracts for embedded derivatives, evaluate complex securitization structures, analyze investment portfolios for impairment, and determine functional currencies of business operations.
Assist in the effort to ensure that the business is compliant with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), applicable laws and regulations, including applicable regulatory guidance.
Research, evaluate, and communicate policies and procedures for the businesses (including standard methodology for international and domestic).
Review controllership procedures in conjunction with senior level managers to ensure the integrity of the financial results.
Assist in review of annual audited financial statements and quarterly reviews.
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