One of the world’s leading impact asset managers, Finance in Motion focuses on sustainable economic, social and environmental development in low- and medium- income countries. With well over EUR 2 billion in Assets under Advisory/Management, the company attracts capital from private investors to leverage public sector contributions. Our funds provide debt or equity primarily for local financial institutions and increasingly for project and corporate finance. We are active in more than 30 countries across Southeast and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and Latin America, where we foster small business and rural development, green energy production, and natural resource protection.   

Since its foundation in 2009, the company has consistently recorded year-on-year growth and expanded into new regions and topics. Due to this ongoing success, Finance in Motion is seeking a

Working area:

Strategy & Planning
Location:
Frankfurt am Main

Working hours:

Full-time / Part-time

Senior Officer in Strategy & Planning (m/f/d)

We are looking for a professional to strengthen our Strategy & Planning team in Frankfurt. Our team is in charge of a series of tasks related to our funds, including asset-liability management, business planning, fund structuring, financial reporting and projections, and governance organization.

Key responsibilities:

  • Oversee the Strategy and Planning department’s tasks for one or more of our fund mandates, reporting directly to the team leader
  • Prepare strategic decisions for internal senior management and the governance bodies of our funds
  • Lead the preparation of financial analyses for our funds, e.g. in asset-liability management, financial planning, performance drivers.
  • Act as counterpart to external stakeholders such as board of directors, investment committee, fund service providers, and key investors like international development banks and public institutions.
  • Provide strategic guidance to and cooperate with other teams (e.g. investment management, investor relations), e.g. on transactions or in product development.
  • Support the development and introduction of new financial products and adjustments of the fund structure.

What we expect:

  • University degree in economics, finance or business administration or a related field
  • Sufficient, relevant work experience in a relevant field, such as banking, finance, accounting, or consulting. First experience in leadership role is a plus
  • Experience/Expertise in financial analysis, asset-liability management, investment funds
  • Interest in development finance, green finance, development economies, regions and cultures
  • Initiative, proactive and result-oriented approach to work
  • Strategic and analytical mindset
  • Independent and well-organized
  • Team player with international mindset and intercultural skills
  • Strong communication skills in internal and external settings
  • Excellent English language skills (working language)
  • Demonstrable commitment to Finance in Motion´s vision/mission

What you can expect:

  • An agile, widely diverse international working environment with over 50 nationalities who strive to uphold our start-up spirit and benefit from the opportunities of a growing company
  • A job with a great degree of autonomy that achieves real impact through cooperation and joint responsibility
  • A purpose-driven, performance-oriented company culture that rewards above-average results
  • An organization dedicated to providing effective training and upskilling to its employees
Our around 230 employees working from our 17 offices worldwide are dedicated to promoting sustainable development through market-based finance solutions. If you enjoy tackling complex challenges in a hands-on manner and prefer a communication style that suits the flat hierarchies and cooperative mindset we value, we would very much like to hear from you. Please use our online application system to submit your full application including a CV and meaningful cover letter.
Human Resources
Stefanie Zanetti
Tel.: 00 49 (0)69 271035-483