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Group Reporting Manager

Group Reporting Manager

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Recently Qualified Finance

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  • Salary:

    £65000.00 - £70000.00 per annum + bonus and benefits

  • Contact:

    David Mendonca

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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Group Reporting Manager

An incredibly successful PE backed business with rapid growth has created a new opportunity for a Group Reporting Manager.

This high-growth business is just over 5 years old and has already grown to annual revenues of c£400m. With plans to IPO in the next few years there is a real opportunity to get a variety of experience as the business continues to grow rapidly and then prepares itself for a sale.

This new role will support the business during this time of growth and development and help build a solid management reporting function fit for a leading multinational business.

This newly created varied position covers both financial and management reporting with P&L responsibilities and exposure to senior stakeholders across the business. This is a great role for someone with strong post qualified experience in practice, who is looking to move into industry into a senior high-profile role under the Group FC.

Key Responsibilities:

Management Reporting

  • Review of consolidated Group financial information, ensuring accuracy and consistency, throughout the monthly reporting cycle
  • Preparation of timely results analysis and covenant reporting to stakeholders, including Group board, investors and lenders
  • Review of monthly P&L, Balance Sheet, Cashflow Statement for Head Office entities for Group consolidation
  • Support further reporting enhancement projects as required
  • Open communication between Head Office and local finance teams to ensure smooth month end and annual reporting and timely resolution of issues

Financial Reporting

  • Preparation of annual Group consolidated accounts in accordance with IFRS, including notes to the accounts and supporting files
  • Key point of contact for liaison with external audit team to ensure issues are resolved on a timely basis and year end reporting deadlines are achieved
  • Support implementation of new financial reporting standards, including IFRS 15 and IFRS 16
  • Ownership of completion of UK subsidiary statutory accounts prepared in accordance with FRS 101

Internal Controls

  • Support initiatives to ensure adequate financial controls are in place across the Group to protect assets
  • Oversee implementation of consistent balance sheet review and reconciliation processes and procedures across the Group
  • Support roll out of new Group policies as required

Experience required to be successful in this role:

  • Qualified ACA with post qualified experience
  • Advanced Excel and strong stakeholder management
  • Strong knowledge of financial and management reporting including IFRS