Asset Manager

Location: Tokyo   Industry: Energy-Renewable   

English Ability: Business   Japanese Ability: Native   Position ID: 10624

Description
Our client is a Global Leading Energy Company that is rapidly expanding in Japan. They are currently seeking an experienced Asset Manager. The role includes a mix of financial, technical and commercial functions including business strategy & planning, portfolio management, financial analysis, investor reporting, day to day operational oversight and reporting, contract administration and documentation, and environmental/regulatory compliance.

Skills required:
Strong interpersonal skills and strong drive Excellent written and oral communications skills in Japanese (minimum Business level English skills required)
Negotiation and execution skills at an external facing level Demonstrated ability to coordinate and multi-task a variety of activities including cross-functional interaction internally Significant attention to detail and a high level of organization
A strong desire to be a part of a rapidly growing business with an opportunity to progress Strong analytical skills Effective analysis and interpretation of contractual documents
Computer literacy sufficient to operate Microsoft Office; financial modeling and database skills preferred Key requirements:Creating and managing annual and quarterly budgets for invested assets (operational and financial) Annual, quarterly and monthly performance reporting (operational and financial) Financial analysis, market studies and industry standard reporting (i.e. variance reporting, discounted cash flows, IRR’s, etc.) Assistance with arranging debt financing and ongoing administration/notifications with debt providers Assist in the due diligence and underwriting of potential acquisitions

Language: Business level English and Japanese is required (Reading and Writing)

 
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