Eduardo from Germany applies for Blue Card Germany


Personal data:

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with the following Applicants-ID: 16830


Name of profession: Accountants Name of latest business sector: Chemical Latest occupation/title: Financial Accounting Latest main activities: Financial Accounting


Completed education: bachelor Title or Qualification: Accounting Specialisation: Additional trainings:

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | Cologne, Berlin 2. Preferred country | region / city: Netherlands | Amsterdam 3. Preferred country | region / city: United Kingdom | London

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: 3. Language skills: Portuguese => excellent

Personal note /detailed application:

I have a bachelor degree in Accountancy and I started my professional career through an internship in a midsize company in Rio de Janeiro. From there, I realized that in order to learn more about my field I would need to move into one of the BIG four companies since, on my conception, is one of the richest environments to learn and grow up in the Finance field. Therefore, I started at EY Brazil back in 2011 and stayed there for over 5 years. In EY I had experience serving both public and private companies in several different industries/fields, such as investment banks, broker dealers, investment funds, manufacturing companies, pension plan and non-profitable organizations. Nowadays, I am working at Arlanxeo, a chemical company that is the outcome of a joint-venture between Lanxess and Saudi Aramco. Arlanxeo has the most expressive market share in the synthetic rubber segment and it is now part of the Saudi Aramco group as a subsidiary company. I initially worked for Arlanxeo in Brazil, at accounting department, but I was invited to move to Germany last April as an expatriate, in the position of a business process expert. My role was
mainly dedicated to an IT project of the new SAP S4 HANA implementation, where I provided support to the IT department by sharing my business experience to define future processes and how to design them in the new ERP.



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