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Livingston International Senior Treasury Analyst in Toronto, Ontario

Senior Treasury Analyst

Join Livingston and grow your career in the constantly changing world of international trade. Livingston is a market leader offering customs brokerage, international trade consulting, compliance and freight forwarding services around the world. Livingston has over 3,000 employees at more than 90 key border crossings, sea ports, airports and other strategic locations in North America, Europe and Asia.

Our fast-paced and collaborative environment offers you the opportunity to work with leaders in the industry, receive recognition for achievements and develop your expertise in the complex and evolving world of trade. Learn how you can make an impact at Livingston.

Job Type: Full Time

Location: ON Toronto - CN030


The Senior Treasury Analyst will support execution of Treasury priorities and oversee the efficient operation of the Treasury functions. This will include managing Company’s liquidity, operating cash and ensuring compliance with the credit agreements, maintaining bank accounts and relationships, and ensuring company policies, procedures and internal controls are adhered to.


  • Prepare and analyze daily cash report, providing recommendations to the Manager, Treasury for the redistribution of liquidity and revolver draw / pay downs.

  • Prepare and ensure accuracy of weekly and monthly liquidity forecast to actuals to determine forecast improvements going forward.

  • Execute and assist with incoming and outgoing payments as well as ensure they are approved within payment deadlines.

  • Execute FX trades with financial institutions for liquidity management and hedging purposes.

  • Prepare monthly mark to market on debt and derivatives.

  • Manage and maintain bank account listings, relationships, signatories and any other paperwork/support.

  • Control and investigate any fraud payments (incoming/outgoing) as needed.

  • Liaise with internal and external auditor and responds to requests for information and reports.

  • Prepare quarterly banking and business partner KPI reporting packages, debt covenant reports, and presentation materials.

  • Oversee and adhere to the Company’s credit agreements and contribute to refinancing and investor relations activities; prepare analysis on various capital structures and funding alternatives.

  • Complete the quarterly bank compliance package, rollover notices, interest accruals, and supplementary review memorandum

  • Identify areas for improvement, suggest, and/or help drive, efficiencies and elimination of waste in current processes.

  • Maintain appropriate security and retention of Treasury documentation, including but not limited to accuracy and analysis of bank fees and credit card program, yearly bank confirmations, notices and payments relating to the credit agreement.

  • Prepare forecasts, budgets and reports for bank fees and credit card fees; work with business unit leaders to analyze and determine variances and trends.

  • Prepare ad-hoc reports and analysis, when requested.

  • Perform other related duties as assigned by management.

  • Adhere to established policies and procedures.


  • Strong business acumen with a solid understanding of the business environment

  • Ability to think creatively and systematically along with strong critical thinking, and problem solving

  • Strong working knowledge of MS Word and Excel

  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to gather, organize and report information

  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy

  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills; must be comfortable to communicate with management

  • Ability to work under pressure, meet tight deadlines, work on various deliverables simultaneously and prioritize

  • Strong customer service orientation

  • Strong knowledge of Canadian GAAP and/or US GAAP and audit standards

  • Process Improvement Mindset. Able to identify and eliminate waste through process improvements

  • Quick to learn new systems and processes


4 years of related experience


Required: Associates Degree or post-secondary education in Finance or Accounting




Business Acumen and Straight Talk

Customer First Focus

Inclusion and Collaboration

Leading and Developing

Livingston is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer.