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Bradley Cummings

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Bradley Cummings

Associate – Qualified Finance
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Group Accountant - Technology

London, England

A PE backed, agile market leader in a growing technology market are seeking to appoint a Group Accountant as part of a long term growth strategy. You will work within a dynamic and collaborative team to ensure robust accounting controls are adhered to, engaging with stakeholders at all levels, including senior opps and finance directors in a role that will grant you a rare amount of ownership and exposure to a sustainably growing, market leading brand. Reporting to the Head of Financial Reporting, you will be involved in the following: Quarterly consolidation and preparation of the group reporting pack Preparation of annual statutory accounts under IFRS Technical reporting and understanding of the relevant IFRS and accounting pronouncements for the Group (15, 16 etc.) Financial planning and analysis (consolidated budgets, forecast and other reports) Working with the cost manager to monitor fixed asset additions, disposals and depreciation Review of accounting policies and procedures including internal controls Working with the parent company group function for any other reporting requirements and ad hoc requests Assisting the management accounts team in some aspects of the month end close (balance sheet reconciliations, month end journal entries like interest, depreciation, etc) Liaison and coordination with the external auditors, tax advisors and internal auditors The business operate a fluid structure, where you will benefit from differing business needs to broaden your knowledge. Your agility and attitue to learning will take you far, with senior stakeholders forthright in their commitment to your development. You will be: ACA/ACCA Qualified Approx. 1 year PQE Ideally making a 1st move from practice Fast learner, eager to work in a dynamic, growing environment

FP&A Analyst

London, England

A PE backed market leader in a niche tech market are seeking to appoint a newly qualified FP&A Analyst to facilitate commercial analysis and drive revenue recognition, alongside M&A activity as the business continues to grow. Reporting into a dynamic, high impact line manager you will be tasked with in-depth analysis, focusing on improving visibility to various elements of commercial finance, where you will present results with senior stakeholders such as the CFO. Currently growing organically at 20% YOY, the business plans to expand via acquisition, something else you will be involved in on a projexct basis. There is a high ceiling in this role, which will naturally grow as the business demands develop over time. Ideally suited to a newly qualified accountant with analytical skills gained from a corporate finance OR industry graduate scheme background. Key Responsibilities: Play an important role in the operational activities of the EMEA, NAM and APAC regions. Take full responsibility for the day-to-day running of billing process, revenue recognition and support wider corporate reporting. Manage revenue recognition within the general ledger Analysing and reporting on key metrics (Annual Contract Value, Churn, Back Log) and supporting in the preparation of management reporting packs Assisting with the design and implementation of new commercial processes Supporting with analytical projects, including M&A activity where applicable You will be: Newly Qualified ACA/CIMA - Corporate Finance background prefered Experiened in Financial Analysis/Modelling Excited to join a dynamic, PE backed tech business!

Senior Financial Accountant - Technology

London, England

A PE backed market disrupter in the Technology industry are seeking to appoint a Senior Financial Accountant to join their team as a result of an acquisitive growth strategy. Reporting directly to the Head of Financial Reporting, this is a unique opportunity to join a business in the midst of a rapid growth phase. You will have the opportunity to own the standardisation of reporting controls, sharing results with the Senior Leadership Team. Responsibilities: Manage the preparation of monthly and annual KPI reporting for management Managing the KPI & Revenue Analyst Prepare Group consolidation reports for external reporting Assist with implementation of new accounting standards e.g. IFRS 16 Preparation of technical accounting papers and implementation of key accounting issues and projects Preparation of financial statements for the statutory audit, and assist with managing audit fieldwork queries Assist with implementation of new accounting system Liaising with budget-holders / other internal staff to assist analysis of performance against budget, for KPIs Requirements: Qualified - ACA Desired Minimum 2 years PQE Good experience with IFRS, 15/16 desirable

Financial Accountant - EMEA

London, England

An instantly recognisable International Consumer focused eCommerce business is actively seeking to appoint a Financial Accountant to take on accounting ownership for a EMEA entities. Reporting to a dynamic senior leadership team, this is a unique opportunity for a recently qualified professional to take full ownership of process and output, enabling you to build valuable relationships with the worldwide group finance team. Responsibilities: Financial reporting in US GAAP, ensuring timely and accurate completion of the monthly close. Preparation and posting of all accounting journals (Accruals /Commissions/Prepayments etc) Review of results pre-close (vs Plan /Trend analysis etc) to ensure that the accounts are accurate. Other close reporting as required. Quarterly completion of Sarbanes Oxley requirements and reporting of results to the US. Responsible for accurate and Timely submission of VAT and other regulatory returns. Accurate preparation and timely submission of all statutory reporting and filings. Liaise with auditors and tax accountants to ensure clean audit report and no issues with tax reporting. Managing the audit process. Requirements: Qualified, preferably ACA/ACCA Good working knowledge of US GAAP Audit background with additional industry experience desirable

Commercial Financial Controller

London, England

A growing, PE backed FMCG brand are seeking to appoint a Commercial Financial Controller to build robust commercial reporting structures, reporting directly to a dynamic FMCG specialist CFO. In this purely commercial role, you have the opportunity to design and built robust processes and structure, designed to elevate the value of commercial finance to the business. As a result, you will be involved in supporting commercial directors on the evaluation and negotiation of new contract opportunities and delivering business growth. Responsibilities: Support in the evaluation of new business opportunities Contribution to contract negotiations Support Commercial Directors and their teams to deliver business growth Review/Analysis regarding Management Accounting processes Review information shared with Commercial teams, recommending improvements Implementation of KPIs to minimise operational risk, allowing for informed business decisions Management of a team of 3: Commercial Analyst(s) and Costing Accountant Development of commercial controls framework Long term, you have the opportunity to grow your responsibility across mutliple nationwide sites, and in time become trusted number 2 to the CFO. Requirements: ACA/CIMA Qualified - Ideally 2-3 years PQE 2-3 years' experience in commercially focused roles Experienced in FMCG environments Experienced in team management

German Financial Controller

London, England

An instantly recognisable International Consumer focused eCommerce business is actively seeking to appoint a German speaking Regional Financial Controller, based in London. Main Responsibilities: Effectively build, lead and manage a team, leveraging world class tools, processes, and personnel, to deliver against the responsibilities and objectives of the function. Provide Regional Controllership business partner services to the EMEA Finance Director, collaborate with EMEA and US HQ to effectively align forecasting and budgeting with actuals. Oversight of the effective, accurate and timely reconciliation of all balance sheet accounts, including timely and accurate clearing of related reconciling items, in accordance with Box policy, to ensure accurate financial results in the G/L. Oversight of the effective, accurate and timely filing of all non-US statutory financial statements in accordance with the applicable German GAAP. Document and manage all historical book to statutory adjustments. Effectively serve as the lead interface for the auditors on the local Statutory Audits. Liaison and collaborate with the HQ Technical Accounting and SOX teams to facilitate an effective global consolidated financial statement audit and SOX certification process. Oversight of the effective, accurate and timely filing of all tax and other compliance forms and returns for all applicable jurisdictions including, but not limited to VAT, and the related estimated payments and remittances Liaison and collaborate with all HQ Controllership, Finance, Legal and other applicable functions to ensure effective communication, alignment and consistency in the application of key global controls, policies and processes. Manage the respective country reporting teams across EMEA Desired skills: ·Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA) or International Equivalent (MBA etc) ·Fluent German ·Technical Reporting experience (local and US GAAP preferred)

Financial Accountant - EMEA

London, England

A high-growth professional consultancy with a market leading brand are seeking to appoint a newly qualified Financial Accountant to aid growth plans within the EMEA region. The Role An exciting opportunity supporting the EMEA region, working closely with a dynamic leadership team eager to develop top talent. Key Responsibilities: Preparation and posting of month end journals and accruals Preparation of account reconciliations in line with SOX Assist the Finance team in the enhancement of month end processes, and ensuring compliance with US/UK GAAP Liaise and coordinate with external stakeholders to understand, report and document monthly financial results for respective entities Coordinate inter-company reconciliations for entities with multiple group companies Accurate and timely submission of regulatory reporting as required Preparation and finalisation of annual statutory accounts Ad hoc support and analysis to the department as required Skills Required: Qualified - (ACA, ACCA, CIMA) Knowledge of month end close process Up to date knowledge of UK GAAP or IFRS

Senior FP&A Analyst

London, England

A PE backed, multi-national software solutions organisation are seeking to appoint an FP&A analyst to support long term growth plans. Reporting to the CFO you will provide data-driven and analytical insights to support key strategic and operational decisions as well as initiate and drive implementation of FP&A processes. On the expecteded trajectory you will progress towards manager level responsibilities within 12 to 18 months as the team grows. This role offers significant long term growth opportunities as it offers a depth and breadth of both multi geography and multi business line exposure in a fast growing, dynamic, and acquisitive business. Key responsibilities: Analyse current and past trends in KPI's including all areas of bookings, revenue and cost. Drive implementation of new Budgeting and Rolling Forecast process. Develop financial models and analyses to support strategic initiatives. Assist on strategic projects including assessment and execution of M&A transactions. Successfully on-board newly acquired businesses onto FP&A reporting platform. Analyse complex financial data and reports to provide accurate financial recommendations to senior management team for decision making purposes. Develop relationships/collaborate with global operational teams to provide business insight and/or solutions. Prepare presentations for Board of Directors and Senior Management Team. Work with systems team to drive automation, dynamic BI and data visualisation. Contribute to ERP implementation process. You will be: Fully Qualified - ACA/CIMA Proficient in modelling within excel Experienced in TS/Deals/Advisory OR Industry FP&A trained

Finance Manager (French Speaking)

City of London, London

A prestigious NASDAQ listed market leader in professional services & business advisory are currently seeking to recruit a French Speaking Finance Manager to join a rapidly growing EMEA function currently experiencing double digit growth annually. Ideally suited to an individual with multinational exposure, and previous management experience the role will encompass the followig: Ownership of accounting, reporting and all compliance for two entities in Belgium Day-to-day EMEA based entities - performing all aspects of financial management and overseeing work performed by Management Accountants People management and supervision of several direct reports - all Management Accountants Assist the EMEA Finance team in the enhancement of month-end processes including month-end accounting and ensuring compliance with US GAAP or UK GAAP Coordinate inter-company reconciliations entries for EMEA entities with multiple group companies Preparation and finalisation of annual statutory accounts for UK and EMEA entities Direct liaison with external auditors and management of the audit process throughout the year Other ad-hoc support to the department as required You will be: Qualified - ACA/ACCA French Speaking Proficient in US GAAP/IFRS Expert Excel user

Financial Manager

Barnet, London

A FTSE 250 provider of Professional Services and Outsourcing are seeking to appoint a newly qualified Financial Manager, based Barnet. You will join a critical business unit, where you will be responsible for ensuring the strength of internal financial reporting controls and wider processes. As Financial Manager you will be involved in the following: Financial Management and Reporting Drive monthly cost centre reviews, challenge performance and ensure integrity of monthly forecasts within the forecasting system (Axiom) whilst ensuring they are stretching but achievable Manage production of monthly management accounts within set deadlines, ensuring accurate reflection of financial performance and variances Help Cost Centre Managers to drive growth, improved profitability, and operational resilience by utilisation and monitoring of appropriate KPI's, and other management information, and provide challenge thereof Assist with the annual Business Plan process helping Cost Centre Managers with the setting of stretching but achievable Business Plan forecasts Help assess, mitigate and manage business and financial risks Other Responsibilities Provide financial support, guidance and training to Cost Centre Managers Ensure Best Practice and standard systems, processes and procedures are in operation, ensuring compliance with policies and rules and proactively strive for continuous improvement Assist with implementation of the new finance performance structure You will be: Qualified - ACA/ACCA Competent in Financial Reporting and Commercial Accounting Experience in Audit/Reporting for a similar size business Proficient in Excel