RTI is an independent organization dedicated to conducting innovative, multidisciplinary research that improves the human condition. The role includes formulation of monthly financial and non-financial reporting, attendance at Regional Board Meetings, providing advice and support to regional staff in terms of governance and performance requirements, liaison with contractors, specialist accountancy input and oversight of Business Cases. Preparation of regional AoP, regular monitoring and reporting of related MIS data to the Group HQ/ concerned.
Regional Finance Managers are expected to be a source of guidance on best practice in strategy, policies and procedures, systems and mechanisms that promote the efficient conduct of business to contribute to achieving the region’s objectives. Provide advice to Divisional Director, Asset Development Manager and Service Delivery Manager on the commercial performance of the region and its supply chain, ensure appropriate governance arrangements are in place, and that regional staff have the necessary commercial skills and training to fulfil the required functions. In response, the finance ministers of the region agreed to hold annual policy dialogues.
As a member of Kenya Management Team the Regional Finance Controller is accountable to ensure the business delivers Net sales and Net Margins as per the forecast for Kenya Region. The applicant should have 10 years of relevant experience, good communication skills, strong analytical skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
The Annual Meetings of Regional Ministers of the Americas and the Caribbean, also known as RFM Meetings, began shortly after the 2008 G20 summit, where world leaders recognized the need for a concerted and coordinated response to the economic and financial crisis, and the need to move towards a sustainable recovery and long term growth. Malaysian financial institutions today are well capitalised with strong buffers, improved risk management and corporate governance practices, and greater regional presence.
At the time, Latin America and the Caribbean lacked an adequate institutional mechanism, as well as instruments to address the common long-term development challenges at the regional level. Recognising the increasingly complex linkages, both between the various components of the financial system and the greater international connectivity and regional financial integration, the Blueprint moves away from the sector-based approach of the previous Financial Sector Masterplan (FSMP).