Kenya: Treasury Lead, General Electric (GE)

Role Summary/Purpose:
GE Treasury team is responsible for global funding, cash & foreign exchange management, and other treasury services for all of GE's worldwide operations.

Essential Responsibilities:

Supporting the business needs for research, indicative pricing and hedging strategies for foreign exchange risk.
Identify and distribute relevant third party research material to internal stakeholders across the organization.
Update and manage website content to remain current on changes in banking laws and exchange controls in each country.
Support senior management with ongoing projects.
Participate in ongoing treasury projects and help achieve the defined goals and objectives of those initiatives.
Develop relationships and work closely with key bankers in each country.
Gather and consolidate foreign exchange exposure information for the industrial treasurers.

Cash & Banking:
Establish regional banking relationships (i.e. local preferred/approved banks):
Develop cash management strategies by country.
Develop policy and enforce investment of excess cash.
Orchestrate quarterly cash sweeps back to GE Company.
Develop and implement daily cash sweeping in country.
Work with Tax to implement intercompany lending where applicable.


Bachelor’s Degree in business, economics, engineering or math and 10 to 15 years of experience in a financial services, banking and or corporate treasury environment.
 Broad network of financial institution contacts
Comfortable working in a matrix organization

Eligibility Qualifications:
Must submit your application for employment through to be considered (Internals via COS)
Must be willing to comply with pre-employment screening, including but not limited to reference verification, and background check.
Must be willing to work out of an office in Nairobi, Kenya