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Audit Senior

City of London, London

Are you a Qualified Accountant looking for a new challenge? A Top London based Accountancy is seeking an Audit Senior to join their Public Service Group. It is a busy and varied role that would suit a qualified ACA/ACCA (or similar Qualification). You will become part of the close-knit team which provides a range of advisory, audit and accounting services to the firm's clients. Job Responsibilities: Planning Contributing to team planning meetings and taking responsibility for completion of planning files, including documentation and evaluation of material systems. Performing preliminary analytical review and highlight risk areas for further audit investigation. Contribute to the work programme for the assignment tailored to the risks associated with the client. Draft the budget and assigning audit areas to team members (where applicable) so as to manage the audit risks and develop the team members. Assisting with the preparation and delivery of the Audit Strategy Memorandum to the client. Preparing or supervising the preparation of draft statutory financial statements based on information provided by the client. Organising, preparing agendas for and, where appropriate, chair team meeting and communicate the strategy to team members. Ensuring all review points are noted and cleared. Controlling the Assignment Supervising and directing staff; allocating work to team members based on skill and knowledge, ensuring development objectives are met. Completing complex areas of the assignment. Providing on the job training to assistants. Reviewing work and providing informal feedback throughout the fieldwork stage. Ensuring issues are highlighted and resolved before manager review. Acting as a point of contact for both manager and client, ensuring both are kept fully informed of any issues arising and the progress of the audit. Reviewing actual to budgeted time and informing managers of any issues immediately. Building strong working relationships with clients, ensuring any problems or requests are dealt with promptly. Communicating with all other departments (e.g. tax, outsourcing etc.) and passing on all relevant information. Being aware of developments concerning client affairs and any opportunities to provided additional services. Completion Completing financial statement testing, including completion of disclosure checklist and closedown of audit files. Ensuring standards and procedures are maintained by the whole team; completing/presenting audit file with cleared review points. Collate and validate all errors, uncertainties and exceptions. Drafting the audit opinion summary for review and drafting management letters and any other reporting documents, including group reporting and audit committee papers where required. Providing constructive feedback for the completion of staff appraisals on the assistants and seniors and 360 degree feedback on managers and partners. Individual specification: Qualified accountant - CIPFA, ACA, ACCA, CA or equivalent (essential) Holds external audit experience, delivering audit services to the Public Sector (essential) Demonstrates and applies advanced technical, commercial and Public Sector industry knowledge to the role, identifying issues and solutions Pro-actively identifies client need and keeps them informed of project status as appropriate Develops and maintains relationships with internal and external contacts at all levels Begins to develop a network of client contacts Takes ownership of projects, effectively delegates to others within the team and takes responsibility for quality control Acts as a role model for the team and values others expertise Provides assistance, shares experiences, provides meaningful feedback and proactively supports the development of others Willingness to be involved in delivering feedback to the wider team, including presenting group training sessions Commitment to self-development Participates in meetings, providing information and ideas with clarity and persuasiveness

Audit Supervisor

City of London, London

Are you a Qualified Accountant looking for a new challenge? A London based Top 20 firm of accountants is seeking an Audit Supervisor to join their Assurance department, is a busy and varied role that would suit a qualified ACA/ACCA (or similar Qualification). You will be required to provide on-site management of each assignment in an efficient and effective manner. To help ensure that client received a quality service in all aspects. Responsibilities To ensure that the assignment is undertaken in accordance with the pre-assignment instructions. To carry out the more rigorous aspects of the assignment efficiently, thoroughly and in accordance with the firm's procedures. Assisting with internal and external quality assurance, ensuring any actions are completed in line with the firms and professional standards. To communicate any problems in complying with these instructions, or any contentious issues identified, to the assignment manager immediately, identifying and commenting upon the possible solutions. To act as day-to-day point of contact for the client, and to practice the principles of excellent client service at all times. To provide adequate briefing, supervision and "on the job" training for trainee staff. To review work completed by trainee staff for adequacy and completeness, and to undertake job appraisal interviews. To summarise time spent on regular basis, and to perform the firm's review and completion procedures before passing the files for manager review. To develop and maintain an advanced level of technical knowledge through appropriate reading and courses, and to fulfil the Institute's CPE requirements. To maintain training records conscientiously and keep up to date with examination studies, where applicable. Maintain an awareness and observation of Health and Safety issues within the Firm and report any concerns to the Health and Safety Representative. Carry out any Ad Hoc duties. Personal and professional qualities The role requires: Essential: Candidates must be ACA or ACCA part qualified/qualified Previous experience of carrying out Assurance related tasks as requested by the Assurance Manager. Proven experience in client handling. Proven Assurance experience in producing high quality Assurances. Desirable: Assurance experience from a practice background would be distinct advantage. Assurance experience of Owner Managed Business clients would be advantageous. Experience of analytical review approach desirable.

Commercial Finance Analyst

London, England

Commercial Finance Analyst: I am currently working with a Luxury Retail business that has grown exponentially over the past few years who have a fantastic opportunity for a recently qualified accountant to join their FP&A team in Central London. The unique opening offers you a truly meritocratic environment with responsibilities that includes supporting experienced Finance Business Partners, Commercial Accountants and various other departments across the business. Main Responsibilities: Supporting the FP&A Manager in working with Divisional stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders, including Finance Business Partners and Finance Directors Working closely with Business Partners and Commercial Accountants, such as testing new reporting tools and system implementation To produce relevant and proactive analysis to assist key stakeholders with the improvement of commercial contract profitability. Take ownership of models in relations to costs, including designing, updating and maintaining them. Ad-hoc duties as requested, including support for analysis and budget process Requirements: You will ideally be recently qualified ACA, ACCA or CIMA equivalent. Have some experience in Budgeting and Forecasting Strong Excel Skills

Financial Accountant (Fintech)

City of London, London

A young and ambitious Fintech business in the City with double digit growth has a fantastic opportunity for a qualified accountant seeking a hands on role in a young FinTech business. This fast-paced UK Fintech business has a UK wide and international presence. They have partnered with some big names in their sector both in the UK and abroad and are constantly innovating and developing new products and services. This meaty senior Financial Accountant role will report into the Group Financial Controller, supporting the growth of the business and Finance function, driving business improvements and taking ownership for a mixture of financial and management accounts. The business operates a collaborative open plan environment, where senior management are approachable, and there is scope to take on added responsibilities and get stuck in to new projects. Responsibilities in this role: Production of accurate and timely monthly management accounts for UK and Australian subsidiaries. This includes: income calculations; interest calculations; review of work prepared by others; balance sheet reconciliations; intercompany reconciliations. Preparation of VAT returns for UK and Australian subsidiaries Assistance with year-end audit Preparation of semi-weekly cashflows Take part in payment approval process Assist with control and process efficiency improvements across the business Assist with new ERP and other system implementations which are in the pipeline Provide cover for payroll preparation when required Assist other members of the finance team as appropriate What you will need to be successful in this role: Recently qualified ACA/ACCA/CIMA Strong excel and technical accounting skills Hands-on, flexible approach to work in a young SME Good Communication and organisation skills Ability to travel occasionally to other sites - with all travel and expenses paid for!

Finance Analyst - Retail

London, England

A market leading fashion retailer are offering an exciting opportunity for a dynamic Finance analyst to join their growing team. Key Responsibilities: Produce and review trading performance, covering: Trade, Margin, KPIs and Availability Update store revenue and KPIs forecast, collaborating with Regional Managers, Merchandising team and Marketing team. Analyse merchandise activities Reporting and forecasting of labour spend - acting as an enabler of the labour planning tool and ensuring its full development and maintenance from a finance perspective Review store performance vs. payroll cost and understand and communicate any deviation to budget/forecast. Support Business Partners in budget preparation and revenue forecasting Key Desirables: Fully Qualified ACA/ACCA/CIMA - Ideally experience within Retail Advanced Excel Labour planning & Revenue forecasting Extensive analysis experience - challenging assumptions with key stakeholders Ability to work effectively with Financial and Non-Financial Stakeholders

Manager - Personal Tax

City of London, London

The London tax department is organised into five direct tax groups: one corporate tax group, three personal tax groups, and a tax advisory group. An experienced Manager is being sought to join one of the personal tax groups. A challenging and exciting role which will include exposure to a wide range of clients, often working to tight deadlines. Additionally, the group provides tax advice to the (non-tax) London partners' clients, the regional offices either directly or via the London tax partners, together with general backup and support to local tax staff. The mix of work in the group is varied and consists of UK resident and non-resident individuals, non-domiciled individuals, partnerships, trusts and landed estates: also companies in the context of ATED returns and NRL returns. This firm offers accounting, audit and assurance, business advisory, corporate finance, forensic and litigation, outsourcing, tax, and VAT services. We act for businesses and individuals both in the UK and internationally. Our staff works regularly and closely with their colleagues in our regional offices to provide a seamless service to clients, to all locations. The successful applicant will be responsible for their portfolio of high net worth private clients including all compliance matters, be involved in the administration of the portfolio and assist with planning and projects. The position will include supervising and reviewing the work of junior staff within the group, together with the manager peer group. Reporting will mainly be to the group's senior manager. The allocation of work includes: ·Self-assessment tax returns for wealthy individuals, partnerships and trusts; ·Associated tax computations including CGT calculations on securities, chattels and property transactions; and all related and complex aspects of looking after the tax affairs of a variety of high net worth private clients and non-UK domiciliaries. ·Specific experience of dealing with residence and domicile (including the remittance basis) is essential, and experience in offshore trusts, partnerships and employment taxes would also be helpful. There is also the opportunity to become involved with other tax related projects outside of the individual's typical portfolio responsibilities, assisting the Tax Advisory team with some of their work, writing articles or briefing notes for publication as well as assisting with other business development activities. The role provides a good range of work for someone with a strong tax background wishing to build on their experience. The ideal candidate will be committed to a career in tax and will have relevant extensive experience in a general practice role preferably in a Top 20 firm environment and currently operating in the capacity as a manager. Experience of organising the delivery of tax work, problem-solving and the ability to use your initiative is essential. The successful applicant will require confidence in dealing with partners and clients, excellent organisation and interpersonal skills, and the ability to provide accurate work in a timely and cost-effective manner. With this role, come the pre-requisites that the candidate is motivated, committed and flexible with the ability to meet deadlines. A natural team player is essential, with a positive and enthusiastic attitude. Candidates should be educated to at least A level (or equivalent) and ideally degree level and will have obtained a relevant professional qualification (ATT/CTA/ACA/ACCA). Previous experience at Manager level in a corporate tax role, preferably in a Top 20 firm. To confidentially discuss this role further, please contact Alistair Gray, Head of Public Practice at Cedar Recruitment on 07990 886464, email or click & follow the link below.

Audit Senior - Film & TV

City of London, London

Do you have an interest in film& TV? A London based Top 20 firm of accountants is seeking an Audit Senior to join their Film & TV team, is a busy and varied role that would suit a qualified ACA/ACCA (or similar Qualification) You will become part of the close-knit team which is assigned to work within the Film & TV Team and report to managers and partners within that team. The individual will predominantly audit film, television, and video games companies. Their clients include all the major Hollywood studios, as well as many independent film and television production companies in the US and UK. We also work with many other entities' ancillary to film and television production, such as film financiers, post-production houses and other service providers. We also act for the original video games publishers and developers. Aside from the typical audit/accountancy work you might expect; the more specialist work you would be involved in would be as follows: ·Preparation and audit of British film certifications ·Development of production expenditure analyses for inclusion in tax returns ·Preparation and audit of production cost reports for both individual productions and co-productions ·Preparation and audit of funding applications and statements ·Development of business plans and financial models to reflect varied businesses and opportunities within the film and television industries ·Preparation of valuations for film titles, film libraries, income streams, and other intellectual property Audit Senior's within this firm can manage a small portfolio of jobs which develops their next stage of development and career progression. The applicant should be able to demonstrate the following skills and behaviours; ·Have a robust audit and accounting background. ·Demonstrate a passion for delivering quality and ensures that client needs are met, benefiting both the client and the firm ·Defines performance measures and continuously looks to assess, improve and achieve objectives ·Sets priorities, establish activities, gives responsibilities and plans work so that results are delivered on time ·Seeks self-development and provides the support that enables others to develop within the firm ·Works cooperatively with others, positively influences them and ensures team participation to support the firm's goals. ·Thinks widely and laterally to identify and consider different options before determining the best solution. ·Listens to, understands and communicates confidently with others in a clear, concise, polite and purposeful way. Education and Experience Applicants will typically have been successful in the education system to 2.1-degree level. Professional training experience should have been broad-based on exposure to a good range of clients both in size and sector. Good/first-time pass rates in the professional exams (ACA/ACCA) would also be expected. The department The individual would be assigned to work predominantly within the Film & TV Team and report to managers and partners within that team. Away from production, the Film and TV team provide a wide range of audit and accountancy advice to financiers, distributors, studios and companies in the post-production sector along with information on employment tax issues and tax planning opportunities. In return, the firm offers a dynamic and varied workload and excellent prospects for progression. An annual salary of £45,000 - £48,000 per annum reviewed annually in October. Paid overtime or time off in lieu. Eligibility for the firm's profit-sharing plan that runs from October to September each year, the scheme enables staff to share in the profits of the firm. For further details, or to arrange an initial confidential discussion, contact Alistair Gray, Head of Public Practice on 07990 886464 or

Audit Senior - Business Advisory Group

City of London, London

Are you a Qualified Accountant looking for a new challenge? A London based Top 20 firm of accountants is seeking an Audit Senior to join their Business Advisory Group, is a busy and varied role that would suit a qualified ACA/ACCA (or similar Qualification) You will become part of the close-knit team which provides a range of advisory, audit and accounting services to the firm's clients. You will be responsible for the following tasks; ·Preparing financial documents, audit reports, accounts, tax returns; ·Identifying and communicating accounting and auditing matters to managers; ·Conducting assigned audit engagements successfully from beginning to end; ·Performing other related duties as assigned. While you will be formally assigned to the Business Services Group, you will form part of the London Talent Pool, and the firm intends to provide a varied range of experience to all fee earning staff in Business Advisory, Private Wealth & Estates Group. The operation of a staff pool ensures the continued development of high quality, flexible, generalist skills in these London groups. Additionally, these groups create opportunities for staff to develop and promote their profile within the firm as well as giving senior staff and partner the exposure to a full range of resources available to them. Employees can profess from the pool into a variety of senior positions within the firm. Additionally, the opportunity to work on one-off projects is significant, especially within corporate finance. Audit Senior's within this firm are allowed to manage a small portfolio of jobs which develops their next stage of development and career progression. A minimum of a 2:1 degree is required, 2-4 years auditing experience and ACA/ACCA Qualification or similar is essential along with an ability to identify and resolve complex audit problems. Ability to manage, develop, train and mentor staff on projects and assess performance for engagement and year-end reviews. The team provides services to large multi-national corporations to small family companies, many of which are owned by wealthy individuals. In addition to commercial companies in service/manufacturing industries, we also deal with professional partnerships, financial service companies, sports and entertainment businesses, entrepreneurs, charities and schools. The aim is to provide outstanding service professionally and efficiently tailored to give the client the benefit of excellent advice and maximum added value. In return, the firm offers a dynamic and varied workload and excellent prospects for progression. An annual salary of £45,000 - £48,000 per annum reviewed annually in October. Paid overtime or time off in lieu. Eligibility for the firm's profit-sharing plan that runs from October to September each year, the scheme enables staff to share in the profits of the firm. For further details, or to arrange an initial confidential discussion, contact Alistair Gray, Head of Public Practice on 07990 886464 or

Audit Manager - Charities (Top 20 firm)

City of London, London

A London based, Top 20 firm of accountants is seeking an Audit Manager to join the Charities division of their Business Advisory Group, which is a small, friendly team. The successful candidate will be responsible for a portfolio of Not For Profit clients reporting directly to the Charities Partner. The Not for Profile team has multiplied over recent years and now acts for over 300 charities and other Not for Profit organisations including grant-making, children's and environmental charities as well as independent schools and livery companies. The successful candidate will be working as part of a small friendly team and be responsible for a portfolio of clients with incomes ranging from £250,000 to £15 million. In addition to the audit, the role will include a review of internal controls, due diligence and providing accounting support and advice to the client. You will also take active participation in the preparation and delivery of tender for new client work, The successful candidate will be outgoing and resilient with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills. The position will require an extremely high level of ability and commitment with flexibility around hours as needed. Candidates should be self-motivated and display a high level of organisation skills, confidence, and professionalism to establish credibility at all levels, be commercially minded and have a clear perception of client requirements. Candidates, with an ACA/ACCA, qualified with a good exam record along with a wide range of audit experience, The successful candidates will have a good knowledge of the current issues within the charities sector. Experiencing auditing and advising charities is highly desirable but not essential. Knowledge of the Charities SORP as well as the VAT and tax issues that affect charities would be useful but is not necessary. This firm uses CCH for Accounts Production. For an initial conversation in full confidence, contact Alistair Gray, Head of Public Practice on 076990 886464 or email alternatively click the link below and follow the instructions.

Group Financial Accountant

London, England

A high calibre Group Financial Accountant is sought by a real estate business that has experienced exponential growth over the past two years. They are acquisitive with both a clear expansion plan and future strategy. They are looking for somebody to really grow into the role and take ownership of the financial reporting whilst adding commercial value. This will offer the right person a hands on, challenging opportunity, with genuine scope to progress into a Financial Controller and lead a medium sized finance team. Responsibilities: For each of the entities produce accurate and informative management accounts and statutory accounts (in IFRS) on a timely basis. Roll out improvements to templates to enhance reporting. Build relationships with the business finance teams and provide support to the CFO, taking a lead on projects as required. Contribute to the production of the half & full year financial statements under IFRS; perform analysis of information received from subsidiaries and investigate unexpected items. Financial data management which is used for reporting, management accounts and budgeting & forecasting processes Assist with year-end audit and support preparation of Group's consolidated statutory accounts Communicate with the CFO through verbal and written updates, ensuring that planning, status and issues are raised and documented in a timely manner. Key Requirements: Qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) Experience working in a fast-paced environment

Finance Manager (FP&A) - Media & Entertainment

West London, London

Finance Manager (FP&A) - Media & Entertainment - West London Cedar are working exclusively with a multinational Events & Entertainment business in London, who are looking for an ambitious recently qualified professional for a truly commercial FP&A Manager and business partnering role. You will also oversee a small number of events across number of BU's business partnering across and leading the finance function for these world-famous events. You will also help produce the FP&A and MD&A reports for the division. Reporting into the Finance Director for the division, the Finance Manager will business partner senior non-finance stakeholders daily, providing full support to budget holders and partner non-finance heads such as Ops/Sales/Marketing Directors, ensuring there are realistic gross profit estimates available to senior management at any time. This is a hands-on role also managing the monthly reporting process, and for a high-achiever you can fast track to a Head of Finance role in 12-18 months and managing a team. Most of the HOF's in the business started at this level and were promoted internally. This is a business for ambitious high-flyers looking for a long and progressive career! Summary of Main Responsibilities: Reporting to the FD you will be fully immersed in the budgeting and forecasting process, assisting with budgeting, tracking, monitoring, reporting & month end for the division. Timetabling, reviewing and pulling together MD&A Support decision making across the business with robust management reporting, undertaking variance and trend analysis of business performance Business Partner various non-finance stakeholders such as Ops and Events Directors, creating detailed income & expenditure budgets Provide management reporting to aid strategic decisions - including trend, variance & sensitivity analysis Quarterly divisional cash flow forecasts Daily and weekly revenue reporting Essential skills required: Recently Qualified Accountant (ACA/CIMA) Commercial acumen and senior stakeholder management Solid Accounting knowledge from industry or practice Advanced Excel skills

Statutory Accountant

London, England

I have an exciting opportunity to join a rapidly growing Fintech as a Statutory Accountant for 3 months, based in central London. Key responsibilities: ·Completion of month-end close journals · Completion of balance sheet reconciliations at month-end · Support the Financial Accounting and Payroll Managers with monthly BS and PL reviews ·Liaison with various stakeholders (AP, Revenue, Payroll, Finance) to ensure timely and accurate financial reporting ·Liaison with accounting team to assist with Group month-end close ·Some elements of finance integration ·Prepare Group consolidation for IFRS statutory audit in excel format from MS dynamicsOracle Fusion accounting system Key Skills: ·Qualified Accountant (ACCA or ACA or CIMA) ·Competent use of Excel ·SAP experience- needed but not essential

Commercial Finance Manager (Entertainment)

West London, London

Commercial Finance Manager - Media & Entertainment - West London Cedar are working exclusively with a multinational Events & Entertainment business in London, who are looking for an ambitious recently qualified professional for a truly commercial business partnering and management reporting role. The Finance Manager will a true business partner to senior non-finance stakeholders daily, owning the business unit, and providing full support to budget holders and partnering non-finance heads such as Operations Directors, Sales, Marketing and others, ensuring there are realistic gross profit estimates available to senior management at all times. This is a hands-on role also managing the monthly reporting process, and for a high-achiever you can fast track to a Head of Finance role in 12 months . Summary of Main Responsibilities: Reporting to the Head of Finance, you will be fully immersed in the budgeting and forecasting process Support decision making across the business with robust management reporting, undertaking variance and trend analysis of business performance Business Partner various non-finance budget holders such as Ops Directors Provide management reporting to aid strategic decisions - including trend, variance & sensitivity analysis Quarterly divisional cash flow forecasts Daily and weekly revenue reporting Preparation of management accounts Essential skills required: Recently Qualified Accountant (ACA/CIMA) Commercial acumen and senior stakeholder management Solid Accounting knowledge from industry or practice Advanced Excel skills

Finance Manager

London, England

A Finance Manager is sought by a private equity backed restaurant chain who operate dozens of restaurants in London and more widely across the UK. They boast an annual turnover of more than £75m and are looking to build on their young, dynamic culture, exciting menus & recent growth. The Finance Manager will report into the Financial Controller and will manage 2 staff - specific responsibilities will include: ·Own & review the month-end close process and all aspects of cashflow management. ·Work with the FP&A team during month-end in order to ensure complete understanding of month-on-month variances and all variances to budget. ·Assist the Group FC and FD on projects - eg major refurbishment project, re-forecasting, other transformation / automation projects. ·Act as the main point of contact for auditors in relation to Group audit and subsidiary accounts. ·Prepare financial statements and decide on accounting treatments for new initiatives. ·Liaise directly with members of the board (eg PE investors) and work on a range of projects. The ideal candidate for the post of Finance Manager will be an ACA / ACCA qualified accountant from a Big 4 / Top 10 firm - those who can demonstrate prior exposure to the hospitality / retail industry will be of particular interest. The candidate will be confident and able to effectively communicate with all various stakeholders. Finally, those who can demonstrate strong technical ability, a passion for their work and who will enjoy supporting a company undergoing a radical change will succeed here.

Group Accountant

London, England

A high calibre Group Accountant is sought by an innovative, market leading FTSE-100 plc. Operating within the manufacturing and technology sectors, their products find their way into our lives on a daily basis; the company are also growing & performing well. They are also acquisitive with both a clear expansion plan and future strategy. Their training & development is excellent and the role is an ideal opportunity to gain experience in a global multi-national business. The Group Accountant will be a key part of a small group reporting team and will report to the Group Reporting Manager. Duties will include: ·Produce sections of the monthly Group Operating Reports for the Chief Exec / Board. ·Contribute to the production of the half & full year financial statements under IFRS; perform analysis of information received from subsidiaries and investigate unexpected items. ·Prepare sections of the annual Group and Divisional Budgets. ·Deliver in-depth analysis & commentary for the Board inc. ad hoc analysis. ·Assist in systems improvement / implementation & other change projects. ·Ad hoc projects e.g. review of CapEx proposals, transaction support etc… Candidates for the role of Group Accountant will be a Big 4 / Top 10 trained ACAs who are bright & technically aware and who possesses both a practical knowledge of IFRS and some experience of consolidations. Candidates will have excellent analytical skills, a real eye for detail and will also be strong verbal & written communicators. Applicants will enjoy early responsibility and will seek to work for a company offering both a positive culture and a strong work life balance. Salary: £50000 - £55000 + 16% pension + 10% bonus + significant benefits.

Financial Accountant

London, England

This particularly high growth marketing & communications business are looking for a Financial Accountant for their head office function. Established 10 years ago, they boast a turnover of c. £90m and are known for their positive culture, employee engagement and desire to be the best. They are supported by private equity, operate internationally and are committed to being the best they can be. The Financial Accountant will report into the Financial Accounting Manager and will have a particularly broad remit to support the growth of the business. Duties include: ·Own the General Ledger; be responsible for month-end close including journals. ·Provide monthly consolidated financial reports for management inc. commentary & analysis. ·Be a contact point for statutory reporting, auditors and private equity investors. ·Develop / refine systems & process improvements to suit a rapidly growing business. ·Prepare Tax returns; support Treasury team; offer technical accounting support. ·A range of ad hoc projects to support the wider finance and operational teams. The successful candidate for the post of Financial Accountant will be a qualified ACA (or equivalent) who has worked for a Top 50 practice and who has gained exposure to financial & some management accounting. You'll be able to hit deadlines, understand the need for accuracy and will enjoy working in an ever-changing business. Finally, you will be Excel literate, enjoy problem solving and will value working at a company that offers a positive culture and a genuine work / life balance.

VAT Assistant Manager

City of London, London

Assistant VAT Manager is sought to join the tax department of a leading independent firm of accountants based in their central London offices. This position forms part of the VAT group and works directly with Partners, Directors & Senior Managers. The VAT group is a significant part of the tax department which is split into five separate areas of expertise including Corporate Tax, three Personal Tax groups, tax advisory, and VAT. Within VAT there are two teams, one focusing primarily on Charitable and Not for Profit clients and the other focusing on landed estates and private client matters. This role is uniquely positioned to work across both groups advising client matters within different practice groups. The VAT team currently comprises of 6 heads, including 2 Partners and one Director, therefore assuring long term career progression within the team and the firm. The role itself provides an opportunity for the successful candidate to work across a wide and varied client portfolio. Including individuals, companies, landed estates, charities, not for profit organisations advising on all aspects of VAT compliance, transaction and liability matters. Advise is provided face to face & written format to clients, and the successful candidate will be expected to act as a technical resource for internal partners and staff on a variety of different VAT mattes. This role is challenging yet engaging, offering the unique ability to deal with different representatives from different clients daily. Strong interpersonal skills are an essential requirement, though secondary to the technical skills required to ensure success in this position. Clients are met both on-site, and in the office, therefore, an element of travel outside of London will be required from time to time. The successful candidate must have secure VAT experience, and have a detailed up to date knowledge of VAT and be seen as an expert in this field. A proactive, problem-solving mindset would also is essential, along with robust reporting skills and a record of winning work, while not necessary will be advantageous. This firm encourages all tax employees to be CTA Qualified. Therefore, the successful candidate will be either CTA Qualified or in the later stages of. Strong interpersonal skills are a must and should be confident in dealing with Partners and clients to tight deadlines but in a friendly environment. For immediate consideration about this exceptional opportunity, contact Alistair Gray, Head of Public Practice via email or apply through the link below.

Projects Finance Manager

West London, London

Projects Finance Manager - West London A high growth dynamic SME based in Kingston upon Thames, is offering an ambitious Finance professional the fantastic opportunity to fast-track their career in the business, in a high-profile commercial role. The business was nominated as a finalist for an Employer of the Year award. As the finance business partner to the fastest growing division in the business - with 25% annual growth, you will own the full P&L and Trial Balance, and oversee the projects and management accounts, forecasting and budgeting, while providing commercial support to the key operators of the business - business partnering to Managing Director level, sitting in senior leadership meetings and supporting the strategy to double revenue in the next 3 years. This broad mini Financial Controller role will manage 1 direct report and allow you to develop strengths across the full spectrum of Finance, learn the key business drivers and influence senior stakeholders, giving you the skills and the credibility you need to take on a larger Financial Controller role in the business. The Group has an incredibly strong finance team, led by an impressive CFO, and a nurturing and rewarding culture. You will be a direct report to the Group FC but be able to fully own the business unit that you look after, becoming a respected member of its senior leadership. If you are seeking a dynamic environment in a secure business which focuses on advanced technologies in a growing industry, then this is truly an organisation where you can add value and build a long term successful career. Experience my client is looking for: Recently qualified ACA/ACCA/CIMA Advanced Excel and the knowledge to build budgets and forecasts A self-starter who can work autonomously and make key decisions on financial matters Strong stakeholder management and the confidence to present to senior management

Internal Auditor - FTSE Technology Business

London, England

Internal Auditor - FTSE Technology Business My client, a FTSE 100 business with a formidable presence in the technology market are looking for a talented Internal Auditor to join their Assurance team. You will have a brilliant opportunity to progress your career in a truly meritocratic environment, with genuine scope to progress and explore other areas of finance within 12 months, making this a perfect opportunity if you are looking to move into industry. Responsibilities: Managing key relationships with stakeholders and customers, acting as the key contact for special requests for audits and controls advice; Assist with SOX reporting and assurance testing programme activities for the division Provide support to the business in understanding the accounting implications of complex contractual positions, Act as a key contact for internal and external auditors Proven ability to translate risks into business issues. Support the Head of Internal Audit in maintain and developing best practice Work as part of a finance team with the ability to move fluidly throughout the finance function, across divisions Identifying red flags in existing systems and processes Requirements: Qualified ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent Risk, controls and assurance experience Technical accounting skills

FP&A Manager

London, England

A FTSE 100 Technology giant is actively seeking to appoint a FP&A Manager to deliver sound analytical review for its business intelligence function, based London. Main Responsibilities: ·Supporting the Senior FP&A Manager in working with Business Unit stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders in the analytical review of comprehensive pricing and cost models ·Develop robust analytical deep-dive projects to ensure appropriate divisional planning methodology is in place ·Undertake project costing evaluation and provide feedback to Business Units ·Own the process management and execution in delivering market information to the Business Units Key Desirables: ·Qualified Accountant (CIMA/ACCA/ACA) ·FP&A experience ·Advanced Excel ·Strong academic pedigree

Internal Auditor

London, England

A FTSE 100 Technology giant is actively seeking to appoint an Internal Auditor to support delivery of robust controls, based London. Main Responsibilities: ·Ensure the organisation complies with policies and control procedures to provide effective assurance of control and mitigation of risk ·Ensure the Compliance, Risk and Control Frameworks are integrated into operational workflows and are operating as required ·Recommend developments to the control framework to ensure ongoing risk mitigation ·Present findings via audit reports and presentations ·Meet with key stakeholders/departments to provide feedback on findings Key Desirables: ·Qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) ·Extensive risk, controls and assurance experience, including SOX ·IFRS technical accounting skills ·Experience of financial management and delivery of improved financial performance

FP&A Analyst

Greater London, England

I am currently working with an instantly recognisable retail power brand that has progressed exponentially recently and require a talented individual to join their newly formed FP&A team based in Central London. Main Responsibilities: Supporting the Head of FP&A in working with Divisional stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders To ensure the accurate and timely preparation of monthly management accounts for head office and central departments Implement and improve Excel modelling guidelines Working closely with the procurement team to ensure accurate calculation, timely recognition To produce relevant and proactive analysis to assist key stakeholders with the improvement of commercial contract profitability. Undertake variance analysis of business performance and key cost drivers helping management make informed decision Requirements: You will ideally be qualified ACA, ACCA or CIMA equivalent. Have some experience in an analytical role. Strong Excel skills and exposure to large data sets

Financial Reporting Manager

London, England

A Financial Reporting Manager is sought by a well-known and highly regarded industrial FTSE-30 Plc. They employ around 50000 people across the world and are recognised as being a well run company who look after their staff. They have a clear future strategy and this role is key to helping them to deliver on this. Reporting in to the Group Controller, the Financial Reporting Manager will enjoy a prominent role in the department and liaise across all Corporate Head Office functions. Specific responsibilities include: ·Production of consolidated financial information, inc financial statements & disclosure notes. ·Review, analysis and challenge information provided by reporting units. ·Project planning for external reporting seasons and other corporate projects (e.g. bond issues and SEC registration updates); ·Support the development of the consolidation system & associated processes. ·Providing accounting expertise for key areas of judgments and estimates such as provisioning, rehabilitation, impairment testing, underlying earnings and wider support for transactions. ·Assist with ad hoc queries and requests from stakeholders across the Group; e.g. Investor Relations, Company Secretarial, Group Legal, Tax, Sustainable Development, and Treasury. The ideal candidate for the Financial Reporting Manager will be a Big 4 trained ACA who is either looking to make their first move from practice or who has already gained relevant experience in the Group function of a FTSE-100 plc. Candidates will have strong financial reporting and group consolidations experience and will enjoy the cerebral challenge of how best to manage the various structuring & advisory projects that will come your way. The ability to manage stakeholders at all levels is a given, as is tenacity, attention to detail and the desire to challenge the status quo.

Group Reporting Manager - Leading Technology Business

London, England

A marketing leading SaaS Technology business is actively seeking to appoint a Group Reporting Manager to lead a multi-entity consolidation, based in London. Key responsibilities include: ·Managing the consolidation and delivering the Annual Report, Interim Reporting and Press Release ·Ensuring accurate reporting for complex areas such as M&A, restructuring, treasury, pension, shares schemes ·Delivering monthly Board reporting including providing management commentary and key metrics ·Identifying and implementing process improvement and changes required by ERP updates / new standards such as IFRS 16 ·Managing and developing a team ·Working closely with various Group stakeholders including tax, treasury, commercial accounting, management accounting, company secretarial and systems Desirable skills include: ·ACA/ACCA Qualified ·Group consolidation audit experience ·Practice experience (past or present) essential

FP&A Manager

London, England

A FTSE 100 Technology giant is actively seeking to appoint a FP&A Manager to deliver sound analytical review for its business intelligence function, based London. Main Responsibilities: ·Supporting the Senior FP&A Manager in working with Business Unit stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders in the analytical review of comprehensive pricing and cost models ·Develop robust analytical deep-dive projects to ensure appropriate divisional planning methodology is in place ·Undertake project costing evaluation and provide feedback to Business Units ·Own the process management and execution in delivering market information to the Business Units Key Desirables: ·Qualified Accountant (CIMA/ACCA/ACA) ·FP&A experience ·Advanced Excel ·Strong academic pedigree

Finance Business Partner

London, England

A FTSE 100 Technology giant is actively seeking to appoint a Finance Business Partner to deliver robust commercial and strategic analysis to one of its largest divisions, based London. Main Responsibilities: ·Supporting the Commercial Finance Director in working with Business Unit stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders with preparation, submission and commentary on New Business Cases and Deals ·Develop robust financial models to enhance performance reporting ·Undertake variance analysis of business performance and key cost drivers helping management make informed decision ·Key User for the KPIs dashboard ·Responsible for quarterly Sales forecasting, including submission of Group sales forecast. ·Assisting the Managing Director in the preparation of quarterly trade review presentations. ·Provide financial information to departmental management and business unit leaders Key Desirables: ·Qualified Accountant (CIMA/ACCA/ACA) ·FP&A or Commercial Business Partnering experience ·Strong academic pedigree

Financial Reporting Manager

London, England

A FTSE 100 market leading brand in London is seeking to appoint a Financial Reporting Manager to manage all internal and external reporting matters for the group's largest division. Key responsibilities will include: ·Oversight of all financial reporting for the divisional operating entities; your role will be to review all final month end numbers ·Provide technical accounting guidance and oversight to the leadership team ·Deliver UK divisional financial insight to non-finance entities ·Deliver value adding and informative internal management reporting by entity to Senior Executive Management and Board ·Support process improvement and drive efficiencies around month end reporting ·Deliver the year end audit ·Mitigate risk through the development of robust internal controls and advisory ·Project manage systems improvements and upgrades Your background: ·Qualified Accountant (ACA/CA or equivalent) ·Knowledge of financial accounting standards, best practice controls and their practical application. ·Pro-active behaviour that demonstrates initiative

Commercial Finance Manager - Products

London, England

A market leading Consumer focused FTSE 100 Technology business is actively seeking to appoint a Commercial Finance Manager to deliver robust commercial and strategic analysis to their consumer product division, based in London. Main Responsibilities: ·Supporting the Commercial Finance Director in working with Business Unit stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders with preparation, submission and commentary on New Business Cases on Product Innovation ·Develop robust financial models to enhance performance reporting ·Undertake variance analysis of business performance and key cost drivers helping management make informed decision ·Key User for the KPIs dashboard ·Responsible for quarterly Sales forecasting, including submission of divisional sales forecast. ·Assisting the Managing Director in the preparation of quarterly trade review presentations. Key Desirables: ·Qualified Accountant (CIMA/ACCA/ACA) ·FP&A or Commercial Business Partnering experience

Group Accountant

London, England

A marketing leading international FinTech Software business based in London is seeking to recruit a Group Accountant to join their expanding Head Office finance function. Reporting in to the Group Financial Controller, you will be joining an industry pioneer with a rapidly growing SaaS business unit. Responsibilities include: ·Ownership for the preparation of consolidated financial statements ensuring compliance with IFRS ·Challenge the International Controllers on their respective local figures ·Management reporting with commentary, producing Group budgets & forecasts ·Act as the technical reporting advisor to the business, ensuring that appropriate ·Presenting tangible Group analysis to the Group FD and Senior Leadership Team ·Guide the finance operations team through process improvements ·Lead the year-end audit The successful candidate will have: ·Qualified Accountant (ACA/ACCA or CIMA) ·Financial Reporting experience ·Understanding of a complex global business

Finance Business Partner

Slough, Berkshire

A FTSE 100 FMCG business based in Slough is actively seeking to appoint a Finance Business Partner to deliver robust commercial and sales analysis to their fastest growing consumer division. Main Responsibilities: ·Supporting the Commercial Finance Manager in working with Non-Finance stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders with developing product pricing and go-to-market strategies ·Develop robust financial models to enhance performance reporting ·Undertake variance analysis of business performance and key cost drivers helping management make informed decision ·Key User for the KPIs dashboard ·Responsible for quarterly Sales forecasting, including submission of sales forecast. ·Assisting the Managing Director in the preparation of quarterly trade review presentations. Key Desirables: ·Qualified Accountant (CIMA/ACCA/ACA) ·FP&A or Commercial Business Partnering experience

Global FP&A Analyst - Media

London, England

A global leader in the Media space is actively seeking to appoint a newly-qualified individual to deliver in depth analysis to their fastest growing division. Main Responsibilities: ·Supporting the Head of Commercial Finance in working with Business Unit stakeholders and other relevant stakeholders with preparation, submission and commentary on New Business Cases ·Develop robust financial models to enhance performance reporting ·Undertake variance analysis of business performance and key cost drivers helping management make informed decision ·Key User for the KPIs dashboard ·Responsible for quarterly Sales forecasting, including submission of Group sales forecast. ·Assisting the Managing Director in the preparation of quarterly trade review presentations. ·Provide financial information to departmental management and business unit leaders Key Desirables: ·Qualified Accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) ·TMT audit experience highly desirable

Senior Financial Accountant

London, England

A fast-growth Technology organisation are seeking to appoint a recently qualified individual into a newly created Senior Financial Accounting opportunity to join a growing team in a fast-paced, dynamic landscape. You will be required to deliver on key accountables as below, alongside championing an attitude toward change and process development where you will be actively involved in process and system interogation. Key Responsibilities: - Manage and communicate dealines and processes required for month end reporting - Reconcile balance sheet accounts in a timely manner - Statutory income statement preparation - Point of contact for interim and year end audit - Support planned ERP upgrade, alongside this you will be expected to involve yourself in additional process improvement projects as the business look to upgrade procedures throughout.

Interim Financial Accountant

London, England

A FTSE 250 Retail and Leisure business undergoing significant change and transformation projects is currently looking to appoint an Interim Financial Accountant to take ownership of all areas of finance for all of their leading business divisions. Working on a day to day basis the Divisional Directors, Group Finance Controller and several other divisional and regional business directors. This is an extremely exciting yet challenging role to lead financial reporting for a leader within its market. Responsibilities shall include: ·Day to day management of a global division, including implementing internal controls and ensuring exceptional financial reporting processes. ·Lead and deliver the design and implementation of finance processes to support a more efficient and automated process. ·A key contact for annual audit and responsible for completion of annual statutory accounts. ·Ensure timely reporting for all significant accounting transactions, implementation of relevant accounting standards, preparation of technical accounting memos to support all accounting positions. ·Interact frequently with senior leadership to support on technical accounting implications ·Support to the business and finance team to ensure that the plans for the business are robust, achievable and clearly presented to management. ·Taking ownership of financial control for adhoc projects You will be a qualified accountant with a strong technical accounting skill set. You will have team management experience and the gravitas to liaise with senior stakeholders across the business. This role suits a real self-starter who is comfortable and experienced with regular interaction with senior stakeholders both internal and external.

Global Tax Analyst (FTSE 100 FMCG)

City of London, London

Global Tax Analyst (FTSE 100 FMCG) City of London A leading FTSE 100 FMCG business in the City has a brilliant opportunity for a Global Tax Analyst for their UK business. They have an awesome culture, dress down environment (think Jeans and T-shirt), and a private rooftop bar overlooking the City, this really is an awesome place to work! This role will drive process improvements, finding creative solutions to solve problems and having the autonomy to make decisions on how to create and present information. Purpose of the role: Supporting the UK Global Controller and the Head of Tax for direct and indirect tax planning, administration and compliance activities for all Global HQ companies of the group within the UK. Responsible for increasing the efficiency and internal control environment in the direct and indirect tax area in UK, and supporting local accounting activities for the UK based group holding companies. Accountabilities: Support tax planning and optimization projects in order to increase efficiency in direct and indirect taxes in the UK group companies. Monitor compliance against global tax risk management policies Work in a quickly changing environment, i.e. legislative changes and communication to/requirements from the tax authorities Constantly balancing the search for new improved ways of working together with the sustained implementation of agreed ways of working Align different departments (finance, legal, supply, logistics, procurement and sales) to streamline the corporate income tax and VAT processes within the company Ensure full flexibility within the team to meet existing and future business needs. Ensure full compliance of administration and reporting of direct & indirect taxes (income tax, VAT, etc.) and that all tax payments are submitted within the prescribed timeframe Monitor changes in the tax legislation related to corporate income tax and VAT that could have an impact on the UK group companies. Manage the introduction of these changes throughout the business Act as contact person for tax impact assessment of business decisions Coordinate, facilitate and host internal and external tax reviews and audits Requirements: ACCA/ACA or CTA qualified Strong Tax Compliance experience with large businesses Strong knowledge of Direct / Indirect tax Benefits: 30% bonus and loads of perks likes apple products, free company products, dental, health, gadget & travel insurance and large pension contributions.

Finance Business Partner

London, England

Job description The Finance Business Partner will work closely with senior managers across the organisation, produce monthly management accounts with insightful variance analysis and prepare and deliver budgets and forecasts. Key Accountabilities / Objectives ·Carry out an accurate and efficient month end process; reviewing numbers to ensure accuracy, processing any budget holder journals and calculating allocations. ·Prepare monthly management accounts narrative, highlighting variances against budget/forecast and steps being taken to address variances. ·Prepare a monthly headcount analysis for your areas, explaining any variances to budget/forecast. ·Meet with all budget holders monthly to discuss results, answer queries and ensure they are on track to come in on budget/forecast. ·Work with the Heads of Departments and budget holders to produce the budget for your business areas, ensuring that it is robust, realistic and in line with the strategic plan. ·Produce a forecast for your business areas; creating required templates and reports and meeting with budget holders to discuss year to date variances and agree full year forecast, applying challenge as required. ·Support budget holders to develop business cases and operating models for new income streams and activities. ·Deliver financial training to non-finance staff as required. ·Manage project budgets and prepare monthly project board report. ·Create, write and amend reports as required. Essential Education and Skills ·Qualified accountant (ACCA, CIMA, equivalent). ·Experience of producing reports and analysis to drive financial decision-making at organisational level. ·Experience of producing financial information for communication to a non-finance audience. ·Experience working in a charity supporting the fundraising or grants management team ·Knowledge of Charities SORP. ·Extensive experience of computerised financial reporting, and other IT systems. ·Experience of creating financial models. ·Advanced excel. Key Competencies ·Effective relationship builder with strong emotional intelligence and political awareness to proactively challenge and persuade senior stakeholders and partners. ·Dynamic, confident and fun professional that can effectively lead and foster teams through collaborative and cross-functional working. ·Decisive problem solver with high resilience and a positive and solution orientated approach. Analytical thinker with strong communication skills and a flexible, engaging and inspirational style.

Finance Manager

London, England

A Finance Manager is sought by a private equity backed restaurant chain who operate dozens of restaurants in London and more widely across the UK. They boast an annual turnover of more than £75m and are looking to build on their young, dynamic culture, exciting menus & recent growth. The Finance Manager will report into the Financial Controller and will manage 2 staff - specific responsibilities will include: ·Own & review the month-end close process and all aspects of cashflow management. ·Work with the FP&A team during month-end in order to ensure complete understanding of month-on-month variances and all variances to budget. ·Assist the Group FC and FD on projects - eg major refurbishment project, re-forecasting, other transformation / automation projects. ·Act as the main point of contact for auditors in relation to Group audit and subsidiary accounts. ·Prepare financial statements and decide on accounting treatments for new initiatives. ·Liaise directly with members of the board (eg PE investors) and work on a range of projects. The ideal candidate for the post of Finance Manager will be an ACA / ACCA qualified accountant from a Big 4 / Top 10 firm - those who can demonstrate prior exposure to the hospitality / retail industry will be of particular interest. The candidate will be confident and able to effectively communicate with all various stakeholders. Finally, those who can demonstrate strong technical ability, a passion for their work and who will enjoy supporting a company undergoing a radical change will succeed here.

Financial Accoutant

London, England

I am recruiting an Interim Financial Accountant for rapidly growing Global Media Group based in Central London. Key Responsibilities ·Assist with the delivery of FY2018/19 yearend audit ·Assist with P&L and balance sheet ·Monthly payroll journal posting and reconciliation ·Preparation of balance sheet reconciliation for the legal entities ·Ownership of the cash flow management including forecasting ·Assist the FD with preparation of 'Finance Reporting Pack' for the Regional MDs ·Supporting the Finance Director as required ·Undertaking ad hoc financial assignments required for the Group Skills required: ·Accounting Qualification (ACA,ACCA) ·Experience in multi-national listed businesses ·Experience in Audit or Financial Accounting ·Strong technical finance knowledge ·Experience on working collaboratively in a team ·Advanced excel skills

Finance Manager

London, England

I am recruiting an Interim Commercial Finance Manager for rapidly growing Global Media Group based in Central London. Responsibilities: ·Business partnering with site accountants ·Supporting management of division project accounting, including cost allocation, accurate revenue recognition. ·Maintenance of finance controls ·Assist in month-end project reporting ·Maintenance of project contract values and full life forecasts ·Balance sheet account reconciliations. ·Responsible for labour cost adjustments and reconciliation of project cost reports for billing. ·Assist in controlling work in progress. ·Undertaking in-life project reviews to ensure that projects are being delivered to cost & budget ·Supporting annual budgeting and quarterly forecasting for the BU ·Undertaking monthly variance analysis ·Other ad-hoc duties. Skills Required: ·Accounting Qualification (ACA,ACCA,CIMA) ·Experience in multi-national listed businesses ·Strong technical finance knowledge ·Experience on working collaboratively in a team ·Advanced excel skills

Finance & Operations Manager (Startup)

London, England

Are you looking to join an exciting high-growth start-up in the FMCG sector, in a truly Commercial and Operational role? Our client is an award winning FMCG business in the drinks space, looking to take on their first Finance & Operations Manager. This is the number 2 role in Finance for an exciting business just under 3 years old, supporting the Operations Director, and working with a hugely passionate founder who is highly regarded in the sector. You will get to work with an experienced FD, who will mentor you but let you work autonomously, and feed you a wealth of knowledge of both the industry and Finance, as well be encouraged to take on as much responsibility as you can handle. You will need to get fully involved in managing business performance, and supporting all commercial and operational decisions with accurate financial analysis, planning, forecasts and cash flows; most of the financial reporting and month-end is outsourced. You will also manage one direct report in a broad operational and finance support role, and truly learn how a business is run and managed end to end. Essential skills: Recently qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) Good knowledge of Management reporting Proven commercial acumen and strong Excel A Passion for startups; or drinks, events, FMCG Experience working in or supporting a start-up or young business would be an advantage!

Senior Financial Accountant - Technology

London, England

My client, a FTSE 100 business with a formidable presence in the technology market are looking for a talented financial accountant to join their consumer division. Based within state of the art offices in Central London, you will have the opportunity to really boost your career within finance with genuine scope for rapid progression and lots of exposure to various parts of finance. Main Responsibilities: Produce accurate and informative management accounts and statutory accounts on a timely basis in addition to enhancing the reporting process when applicable. Monthly intercompany reconciliations and reporting (loans, interest, trading). Involvement in other reconciliation work as requested. Keeping finance and other departments updated with relevant process documents Preparation of Corporation Tax Returns for multiple entities Providing information to internal/external auditors and tax advisors Play an integral role in the deliverables for the annual and internal audits Providing guidance for the reporting team as required with reconciling fixed assets, payroll journals, accruals, prepayments, revaluations and variance analysis Requirements: - Ideally qualified ACA, ACCA or CIMA equivalent. - Previous experience as a Management or Financial Accountant - Strong Excel skills