Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS) operates as a shared service center for Finance, Global Business Services and IT. A wholly owned subsidiary* of the Deutsche Bank Group, operating out of the Phillipinnes, DKS provides accounting, reporting, profit and loss, cost, reconciliation, MIS, risk control, information technology and operations services (including confirmations and settlements) to internal businesses worldwide.
The function of an Asset Management Transfer Pricing Operations Analyst is to perform Transfer Pricing (TP) fee calculation, implementation of fee sharing agreements, journal bookings, Management Review Process (MRP), master data update, invoicing and settlement for all DWS entities.
The role supports the Asset Management business particularly the Revenue and Expense Reporting related function of Finance Area (i.
e. bookings, substantiation, analysis, invoicing and settlement, etc.). The timely performance of which is critical in ensuring our sub-
ledger systems and subsequent reporting platforms are accurate. Non-performance of these functions could lead to misstatements of financials, uncollected revenues, penalties due to non-
payment of vendors and audit finding due to unsupported account balances.
In this capacity, you will be responsible for the implementation of revenue sharing / cost plus agreements to or from DWS entities, preparation of Revenue and Expense Entries in SAP as well as the completion of MRP, balance sheet substantiation, sub-
ledger reconciliation, and period over period financial comparison. You will also be accountable for the preparation of various Management Information (MI) reports relevant to the business, updating the master data of TP agreements, invoicing and Settlements, as well as the preparation and circulation of global TP advice.
In scope to your responsibility shall be conducting quality assurance and review team output and reports.
For this role you will need to have a Bachelor’s Degree in either Accountancy or any Finance-related course, albeit holding a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) will be an advantage.
You will need to possess a proven track record in general accounting from fee calculation, booking and analysis of financial data, invoicing and settlement, MRP, and other relevant activities.
Knowledge of SAP is an advantage. It is highly preferred that you have strong analytical, problem solving, stakeholder management, and leadership skills.
In return, Deutsche Bank offers a challenging and rewarding career where your contribution is valued and rewarded.
Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.
Deutsche Bank does not accept unsolicited curriculum vitae from third party vendors.