Credit Analyst with Bulgarian

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Employer: Molson Coors
  • Accounting - Finance
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 0 - 1 years of experience
  • Updated at: 18.04.2018
    Short company description

    Molson Coors Europe, represented in Romania by Bergenbier S.A., is one of the biggest brewing companies of the world and brews and sells beer on the Romanian beer market since 1994.


    Minimum 2 years exposure in a Finance Department;
    Previous credit risk exposure highly appreciated;
    Skilled in computer operations to include MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook;
    Excellent problem solving, organizational and customer service skills;
    Experience in coordinating work processes to meet deadlines and detail oriented;
    Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
    Advanced Bulgarian & English


    Daily management of Sales orders on hold
    Ensure timely collections of debts and escalation to relevant parties involved (Collection Agencies, Sales, Legal etc); Bad Debt Management and preparation of relevant documentation; Manage bankruptcies within guidelines established by bankruptcy courts. Perform bad debt and payment trend analysis to reduced write-offs
    Review and authorize credit for new customers and payers
    Manage requests of credit reviews and perform periodic and formal credit reviews
    Provide advice and recommendations to sales management regarding customer accounts identified to present high risk for Molson Coors financial loss under credit sales terms
    Perform analysis of customer accounts utilizing analytical and investigative tools, identify financial trends and opportunities and making recommendations to effectively manage credit risk
    Maintain and update SOP/QRG as per agreed approval flows.
    Review financial statements both quantitatively and qualitatively to assess risk
    Clearly recommend/define mitigation strategies for high risk accounts and propose strategies to minimize risks