Join a member-driven leader in a fast-paced, challenging and collaborative environment with the shared mission of supporting America’s network of rural electric cooperatives. Since its formation in 1969, National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation, or CFC, located in Dulles, Virginia, has provided capital and industry-leading financial products to more than 900 not-for-profit, consumer-controlled utility systems across the United States. Our exceptional team delivers the “CFC Difference” that encompasses our values of service, integrity and excellence in all our interactions.
CFC has a need for a Financial Analyst in the TFG - Capital Markets Relations group. In this position you will have the opportunity to partner with managers across one or all functional areas to ensure and contribute to the successful administration and management of CFC’s capital markets relations, loan syndication and servicing, and/or debt management initiatives.
As a Financial Analyst, you will:
Support capital markets relations efforts by developing and maintaining banking and investor relations, provide periodic updates to credit rating agencies, preparing quarterly investor meeting presentations, and updating and tracking transactions in debt and loan capital markets. • Provide support for all functions related to the Farmer Mac loan portfolio, reporting on the Guaranteed Underwriter Program and administrative agent related tasks for CFC-led syndicated facilities. • Perform all functions needed for the administration and servicing of CFC’s public and private long-term funding programs, participate in corporate security issuances, assist with the quarterly valuation process and track month debt balances. • Provide customer service to CFC’s members by supporting member investment programs. • Comply with fee payments under revolving credit facilities and debt covenants and ensure all needed information for the Officer Compliance Certificate is prepared, filed and retained. • Provide support for ad-hoc reporting and other requested tasks. • Maintain and update financial models. • Conduct internal and external financial, economic and capital markets research, prepare and present moderately complex reports and provide detailed analysis • Make recommendations and update group procedures to ensure efficiency and accuracy.
To be successful, you will need:
Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or business required. • At least 1 year of related experience. • Bloomberg Terminal experience preferred. • Experience working in corporate treasury or financial institution desired. • Credit analysis or training, loan servicing and/or syndication experience, or security issuances or debt servicing experience is preferred. • Strong financial research and presentation skills. • Basic understanding of corporate financial statements. • An understanding and ability to apply knowledge of corporate finance. • Proficiency in MS-Office suite, with intermediate to advanced Excel skills. Experience/familiarity with Access is desired • Strong financial analysis skills. • Experience working with legal documents (loan agreements or note purchase agreements) is desired. • Basic financial modeling skills. • Ability to balance multiple priorities and take direction from multiple sources. • Ability to work within multiple disciplines at one time. • Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. • Basic understanding of, and ability to use the Bloomberg Terminal. • Ability to work collaboratively within a team environment. • Strong attention to detail. • Ability to meet strict deadlines.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes short-term and long-term incentive opportunities; an employer-paid pension plan; 401(k); medical, dental and vision insurance; a generous leave policy; onsite gym; and more—all in a friendly, professional work environment. For additional information, please visit our website at www.nrucfc.coop.
CFC is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workforce diversity.
The National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) was founded in 1969 by the rural electric cooperative industry. CFC is a nonprofit finance cooperative with more than $25 billion in assets that provides industry expertise, flexibility and responsiveness to more than 1,000 member-owners to help them meet their financial needs. At CFC, our members’ success is our success. Our commitment to our members goes beyond our work as a lender. In addition to our lending solutions, CFC offers treasury services, investment opportunities, financial models and tools, programs to support and promote the cooperative business model, and industry-leading events and training.