A corporate financial analyst’s main responsibilities include analyzing and understanding programs such as rebates, royalties, marketing support, and/or promotions. They also have to research, find, and fix any problems associated with customer liability. A corporate financial analyst reviews contracts to make sure companies comply with their organization's standards and audit controls, as well as make sure that fiscal year-end closing deadlines are all met (and any financial schedule is properly prepared). Corporate financial analysts also have to create reports on their analysis as required by management.
Financial Analyst, Corporate Tasks
Utilize accounting principles to ensure compliance with regulatory reporting requirements.
Summarize and prepare financial records and statements for external reporting.
Maintain records of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities within an organization.