Accounts Receivable Analyst (AR Analyst) - (JR1012694)

  • 2601 14th Avenue, Markham, Canada
  • Contract

Company Description

Broadridge, a global fintech leader with over $4 billion in revenue, provides communications, technology, data, and analytics. We help drive business transformation for our clients with solutions for enriching client engagement, navigating risk, optimizing efficiency, and generating revenue growth. Broadridge employs over 10,000 full-time associates globally with a significant presence in North America, Europe, and Asia. Please visit our website at to learn more.

Job Description

The Accounts Receivable Analyst will be responsible for working as a proactive problem solver with a focus on execution, accountability, and ownership, you'll support project initiatives and monitor collections activity and AR sub ledger accounting in order to mitigate risk, improve profitability, minimize costs, and create efficiencies for the organization. They will also be gathering and analyzing data, and relationship building through sound business decisions that protect the integrity of the accounts receivable.

Key Job Functions/Responsibilities

  • Developing relationships with portfolio of assigned customers, connecting with key business executives and partners.
  • Acting as a liaison between clients and cross-functional internal teams to ensure the timely and successful delivery of invoices, responses to client inquiries, requests, requirements, and coordination of payment of invoices based on established payment terms.
  • Building and generating analytics by using mathematical analysis, judgment and business knowledge to create recommended sub ledger activity and other financial transactions.
  • Ensuring compliance in meeting Sarbanes-Oxley controls and requirements, regulations from the SEC, and client contracts.
  • Proposing sub ledger entries, reserves, and reconciliation of cash deposits leveraging multiple internal and external systems.
  • Project management functions, including visiting other locations to understand and document the current state processes and propose future state processes which will require cross-functional coordination, followed by supporting the execution of the determined future state.
  • Researching and providing direction on complex issues with internal partners and responding to customer, client, and/or internal client requests, offering recommendations to those issues and at times implementing solutions
  • Assessing financial risk and minimize the organization’s and clients’ exposure or liabilities by recommending and implementing solutions to minimize the identified risks
  • Providing proactive and timely training and mentorship to team members to ensure professionalism and outstanding performance. This includes developing training manuals, writing procedure documents, and training associates in both local offices and offices in remote locations.
  • Performing Month end reporting and analysis
  • Overtime may be required during busy season and month end requirements.



  • Bachelor's degree in Finance or related study


  • 2+ years of related experience


  • Detail oriented, highly organized, with excellent follow-up skills
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to communicate professionally with clients and associates at all levels


  • Strong Excel skills (v-lookups, pivot tables)
  • Oracle experience is a plus

Additional Information

This position will require travel to both the Mississauga office location as well as Markham from time to time.

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