Executive Director & Assistant Treasurer
Irvine, CA, United States
Job ID: 44095
Ingram Micro is an integral part of the technology and commerce ecosystems, helping our partners grow and thrive through the creation and delivery of Information Technology, Lifecycle Management, e-Commerce Logistics, and Cloud solutions. With $49 billion in revenue and the ability to reach 90% of the global population, we have become the world’s largest technology distributor with operations in 59 countries and more than 35,000 associates.
Reporting to the Treasurer as a member of the Executive Treasury Leadership team with responsibility for the implementing and driving the Corporation’s Treasury functions and assisting with the Corporate cash management and banking and business insurance activities for the organization.
Responsibilities, Supporting Actions & End-Results
- Oversee Ingram’s global treasury operations, liaising with local treasury teams to ensure the implementation of best practices and the ongoing adherence to corporate policies.
- Assist in the development and execution of key strategic initiatives to develop and maintain a best-in-class treasury organization.
- Lead other Corporate Treasury activities such as assessing Ingram’s capital structure and liquidity requirements, implementing financing and factoring programs, overseeing the preparation of treasury related financial schedules for reporting, managing corporate guaranties, preparing covenant compliance certificates and overseeing a global bank account management platform.
- Manage a team of treasury professionals who interact daily with the treasury and finance teams in the operational entities.
Decision Making Authority Level
- Assist with the decisions related to care and custody of the Corporation’s cash and other financial assets, and banking operations and relationships.
- Assist with defining the source of funds required to meet outstanding and planned commitments.
- How to secure adequate funding of Ingram Micro’s worldwide operations
- Input to decide on long-range capital structure plan for the Corporation and the develop strategies for moving in that direction and assessing the appropriateness of capital structure targets over time.
- Oversees Ingram’s operational treasury team.
- Develop and monitor a series of Key Performance Indicators to track the performance of this team.
- Maintain the most adequate cash management and bank account structure, ensure that the treasury management tools and systems available to perform the tasks of the operational treasury team are and remain state of the art.
- Ensure that all statutory and central bank reporting requirements are always met.
- Oversee cash and working capital management, including forecasting.
- Develop and manage capital structure strategies, including capital markets activity.
- Works with Corporate Development team on M&A activity as it relates to Treasury.
- Monitor debt covenants
- Prepare calculations for credit metrics
- Review reporting and disclosures
- Maintain a thorough understanding of financing agreements
- Conduct market and industry research for comparisons
- Help prepare reports and presentations
- Collaborate with all finance functional teams (e.g., FP&A, Controllership, Tax, Internal Audit & Corp Dev) as needed.
- Communicate regularly with various business units to ensure accuracy.
- Ensure compliance with controls, requirements, policies and procedures.
- Other duties and special projects as needed
What you bring to the role:
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business or related field (knowledge in accounting is a major plus, MBA or CPA preferred) and a minimum of 10-15 years’ relevant experience.
- 7+ years of progressive responsibility within a global treasury function.
- Experience managing, negotiating and administering financial, treasury and legal contracts in different geographic regions.
- Proven experience in treasury, cash and liquidity management, working capital, trade and supply chain finance, debt management and M&A management within a publicly listed company.
- Deep knowledge of corporate finance concepts including cost of capital and free cash flow, and financial statements analysis.
- Experience in the technology, channel services or related industries preferred
- Deep knowledge within capital markets, including issuance of public debt and private placements. Experience with initial public offerings is preferred.
- Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, including advanced Excel skills
- Knowledge of Hyperion and HFM preferred
- Knowledge of Bloomberg preferred
- Strong analytical, critical thinking, problem-solving, negotiation, research, presentation and organization skills
- Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
- Able to communicate with professionals at all levels
- Able to communicate complex information to a variety of audiences
- Able to manage competing priorities with accuracy and efficiency
- Able to work both independently and collaborate as part of a team
- Able to be discrete with confidential information
- Able to adapt to changing priorities, with sense of urgency
- Able to work cross-functionally with ease
- Detail, deadline and goal-oriented
- Strong work ethic
*Position may require travel, including international travel
*This is not a complete listing of the job duties. It’s a representation of the things you will be doing, and you may not perform all these duties.
Ingram Micro believes there is no place in our society for social injustice, discrimination, or racism. As a company we do not – and will not – tolerate these actions. We are committed to creating a diverse environment and proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.