Credit controller cover letters are short, conversational documents that serve as the candidate’s introduction to prospective employers. Just like the resume, your cover letter must also be customized, showcasing your relevant skills and talents.
In order to be effective, your cover letter must be easy to read. Keep it short and format it in a simple and clear manner. Also leave some white spaces and divide your cover letter into meaningful paragraphs.
116 Galaxy Square • Houston, TX 45833 • (004) 333-2222 • Joshua . kristen @ email . com
February 6, 2016
Mr. Robert Guilford
Bank of America
56 Alexander Avenue
Houston, TX 45833
Dear Mr. Guilford:
If you are seeking a well-qualified and competent Credit Controller who has firsthand experience in general ledger balancing, risk mitigation and lease drafting, I am your candidate.
Following are some highlights of my qualifications which uniquely qualifies me for this role.
• Proficient in review and analysis of transactions, sheet balancing and financial auditing
• Expert in conducting ratio trends and cash flow analysis
• Known for understanding, following and implementing company’s financial policies
• Demonstrated ability to interact with customers for data collection and account verification
• Track record of reducing lease default rate by implementing thorough background check protocols prior to loan sanctioning
Throughout my career as a Credit Controller, my employers have highly commended my ability to manage multiple tasks with accuracy. My strength lies in my expertise to collaborate effectively with the relevant departments to speed up given tasks and cross-verify all financial data before transaction processing.
Please call me now at (004) 333-2222 to set up an interview. I will follow up on this application on next Monday.
Thank you for your time and consideration.