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Head of Commercial Finance

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Cedar
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From £120,000 to £120,000 per year + blue chip benefits
Location
Central London
Qualifications
ACA / ACCA / CIMA
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

This diverse multinational giant has experience consistent growth and success over the past 5 years, across a number of product and geographical markets. It is now seeking a charismatic Head of Commercial Finance. Leading a highly competent and commercially orientated finance team, you will partner product and sales directors, drive the pricing strategy, support deal negotiations, create the short-mid term strategic plan, lead business unit performance reviews, provide strategic and financial direction to the exec, own budgeting, forecasting and planning. For this broad leadership role you will need to be a qualified accountant with in-depth experience of leading finance teams and driving business improvement/growth within a mid-large sized, complex environment. Essentially, you will have a demonstrable background of rapid career progression and constant success. You will be a top tier individual who is now seeking an exciting environment that can match your own lofty career expectations.

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Customer Finance Controller

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Birds Eye
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Competitive
Location
Bedfont, West London
Qualifications
ACCA / CIMA
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

IgIglo Foods Group is the market leading frozen food company in Europe encompassing the Birdseye brand in the UK and Ireland.

They are currently looking for a Customer Finance Controller to join their UK and Ireland business.

Within the role you will be responsible for:
 Deliver annual plan Net Sales and Ebitda targets through on-going monitoring and review of customer performance KPI (both financial and non-financial) with the Sales Leadership Team
 Support the sales director in assessing the future customer landscape to ensure they have the right organisation focus and differentiation pipeline to win in the mid-long term
 Support live customer negotiations, providing objective and pragmatic support while ensuring the outcome maximises value for Birds Eye for the short and long term
 Own annual customer financial target setting process, setting budgets for trade terms and Joint Business Plans
 Own monthly customer reporting & explanation of variances versus forecast and prior year. Communicate customer forecasts and performance to the UK Board
 Deliver ROI targets and promotional optimisation through collaborative forward planning and review of the customer promotional calendar
 Ensure a strong stewardship and control environment exists on all customer investments. Successful internal and external audits and ensuring balance sheet review and accuracy with regards trade terms
 Developing and improving supporting processes and systems
 Team management of 4 qualified accountants (3 direct reports) providing coaching and stretching development opportunities

The successful candidate will have specific experience of commercial decision support and business partnering ideally within the FMCG sector, very strong analytical and influencing skills, team management experience and be a self starter with the ability to use their own initiative. The candidate will also be a qualified accountant (CIMA, ACCA).

In return the organisation will offer you a competitive basic salary, car allowance, 30% on target bonus, pension, healthcare and other company benefits.

If you are interested in having a confidential conversation then please drop your CV over to me.

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Senior Account Director (CRM Sales - Finance Sector)

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JOBG8
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Location
London
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Senior Account Director (CRM Sales - Finance Sector) - London - Package £110k OTE + benefits - Permanent Our client, an ambitious company with big plans for growth, is actively recruiting a Senior Account Director to develop their business. The role is a front line direct sales role where you will be expected to prospect, qualify, sell and close deals ranging between £10k and £500k. The successful candidate will be responsible for their own targets and objectives in line with business goals and be required to generate new leads by networking and partnership development including via Microsoft. The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience: *A verifiable track record of at least 5 years successful selling of Dynamics CRM (on premise or online) *The ability to find new customers using your own initiative *Organised and disciplined with strong time management skills *Able to work with others to design solutions and plan implementation projects *A natural problem-solver you will possess strong questioning skills to gain a clear understanding of prospects' business challenges and 'pains' *A high level of inter-personal skills and the ability to communicate at C-level is a must *Excellent spoken and written English are required *An ambition to succeed *Experience of Finance sector sales would be extremely beneficial Interested? Please forward a copy of your CV with an indication of availability and expected salary.
TLP Consultancy Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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Finance Director

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Equity FD
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From £80,000 to £120,000 per year
Location
London
Qualifications
ACA or equivalent
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Our client is a rapidly growing professional services group with exciting plans for the future. They are now looking to recruit an ambitious FD to work as a strategic partner to a highly driven CEO. The business will ultimately be working towards an exit of either an IPO or a sale and the successful candidate will ideally have previous experience of working in a fast paced, high growth business.

Main duties:

• Management of reporting function, supporting the Board through the preparation of budgets and financial reports and providing advice and guidance on financial strategy.
• Manage systems and procedures to ensure the efficient and effective management of the company’s finances, including the financial control framework.
• Supporting and partnering with the CEO to deliver the Company strategy.
• Financial leadership of the fund raising initiatives.
• Ensure robust cash management.
• Develop / enhance IT systems and processes.
• Management of external audit and banking relationships.
• Lead and deliver the financial operations strategy.
• Ensure that accounting policies comply with relevant accounting standards and that company policies are followed.
• Responsibility for compliance in a regulated environment
• Company Secretariat, tax returns and reports for Government regulatory agencies

Responsibilities:
• A qualified accountant (ACA, CIMA, ACCA, or equivalent).
• Experience of professional services/ marketing services/managed services ideal but not essential.
• Experience of managing a small team.
• A strong and up to date working knowledge of IT systems and process management.
• Strong interpersonal skills, including ability to work closely and communicate with both financial and non-financial people.
• Ability to deliver fast ‘helicopter view’ commercial financial analysis as well as bottom up detailed modelling.
• Work hands-on with limited resources while the company grows.
• A change manager who thrives in fast paced environments.

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Business Development Director

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JOBG8
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Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Job title: Business Development Director

Salary: 95k basic, 155k OTE, 15% Flexible benefits scheme

Location: UK wide

Steria delivers IT enabled business services and is the Trusted Transformation Partner for private and public sector organisations across the globe. By combining in depth understanding of our clients' businesses with expertise in IT and business process outsourcing, we take on our clients' challenges and develop innovative solutions to address them efficiently and profitably. Through our highly collaborative consulting style, we work with our clients to transform their business, enabling them to focus on what they do best. Our 19,000 people, working across 16 countries, support the systems, services and processes that make today's world turn, touching the lives of millions around the globe each day. Founded in 1969, Steria has offices in Europe, India, North Africa and SE Asia and 2012 revenue of €1.83 billion. Over 20%(*) of Steria's capital are owned by its employees. Headquartered in Paris, Steria is listed on the Euronext Paris market.
(*): including SET Trust and XEBT Trust (4.15% of capital)
Role Overview:


Individuals are accountable for defining, managing and driving the new business strategy for their area of the business and for the development of policy in their area of expertise.
Responsibilities:


The candidate will be accountable for defining, managing and driving the new business strategy for their area of the business
Also to develop close working relationships with the Steria delivery team working within the market to maximise business and lead sales campaigns for complex deals.
To gain an extensive business understanding of the needs of their customers and how the market' is responding, changing and developing in their field of expertise.
To have clear accountability for developing and implementing functional policies and procedures and would be expected to be advisors to senior managers in the business.
To define the sales strategy for the year ahead, developing and delivering operating plans and translating and advising on the local application of policy.
Essential skills and experience:


Responsible for the development and execution of the Sector sales strategy to meet set objectives. Lead the Steria team effort across the sales cycle, from business development through to opportunity development, bid, negotiation and deal closure Work collaboratively across Steria sectors to help build competitive solutions To plan and execute the development of assigned prospects. To manage individual sales pipeline to ensure an appropriate mix of prospects, new business opportunities and firm proposals. To provide accurate monthly sales forecasts for new business. To effectively develop and manage customer relationships To work with and gain the co-operation and commitment of key individuals in different units or disciplines to achieve assigned targets and objectives. To feedback to the company any relevant market intelligence, eg customers, marketplace, industry, competition, technology. To develop and share effective competitive strategies for target opportunities. To adhere to sales management and bid authorisation processes. To identify and manage risk in his/her business activities and take responsibility for reporting risks in a timely, open and appropriate manner To acquire and maintain a thorough working knowledge of the company's services and an understanding of their applications. To define, develop and construct value propositions and proposals to satisfy customer and company objectives.

The successful candidates will be required to obtain security clearance to SC level
On offer is the opportunity to work for a UK top 10 IT Consultancy and Service provider. The role comes with a competitive salary, the opportunity for further development and the potential for a wide and diverse career within Steria.
Steria is committed to establishing and maintaining a working environment which is free from discrimination and which values all employees as individuals. All employees and prospective employees are selected, recruited, trained and promoted solely on the basis of their skills and behaviour.

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Director - Accounts Receivable

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Discovery Corporate Services Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Position Summary:
Lead and motivate a team of 16 (2-3 direct reports in London) located in London and Moscow responsible for contracts, invoicing, collections and compliance for Discovery Networks Europe’s distribution business.
Responsibilities:

Learn the business of distribution sales and Discovery’s reporting and accounting processes.
Continuously strengthen the control environment to mitigate risk in the reporting of revenue results. Manage day-day team activity in full compliance with SOX controls. Maintain an orderly accounting filing system for control documentation. Work with auditors to coordinate the provision of full and timely information.
Act as the revenue lead, working in step with the functional leads and local revenue accounting colleagues, in the planning and integration activities of acquired businesses. Effectively participate on large and multi-disciplined project teams.
Act as the revenue lead, working in step with the functional leads and local revenue accounting colleagues, in the planning and outsourcing activities of acquired businesses. Partner with local revenue accounting colleagues in establishing and documenting US GAAP compliance accounting policies and processes, and key performance metrics and controls. Implement and effectively manage post implementation.

Continuously manage the order-to-cash process to positively impact working capital. Effectively prioritize the issuance of invoices and manage collections to ensure cash is collected in accordance with contractual terms and cash is applied accurately and timely. Monitor and report against key performance metrics and take corrective action in a timely and decisive manner.

Develop expert knowledge of AFS and the order-to-cash distribution process. Continuously assess business requirements against system capabilities. Play a key role in defining and formally documenting business requirements for system enhancements, designing and implementing continuous process improvements, leading and performing user testing for system enhancements.
Work closely with distribution colleagues in the US, Latin and Asia regions to define requirements for a new distribution system. Understand and effectively communicate requirements in Europe with IT system analysts and developers to deliver an optimal system solution.
Develop expert working knowledge of SAP and revenue feeder systems pertaining to invoicing and revenue transactions (including customer master, invoice generation programs, aged A/R, cash applications, VAT and withholding tax, and sub-ledger interfaces), FX, consolidation, and reporting. Work with Manager to design and implement enhanced customer master controls.

Understand key stakeholder needs and effectively manage work interdependencies across departments. Work effectively with senior leaders in Sales, Legal and Finance.
Partner with FP&A to explain significant accounting adjustments, upcoming issues, and month-end close variances. Understand budget and forecast key drivers and proactively report significant issues to Manager.
Partner effectively with the DNE Sales teams. Provide financial analysis and data as needed for contract negotiations.

Requirements:
Fluent English language skills. Fluency in a second language a plus.
High integrity individual. Team player. Detail and results-oriented.
Motivated by challenging, dynamic and demanding environment. Demonstrated self-starter. Flexible and able to manage multiple and constantly changing priorities.

Critical thinker and strong problem solver with excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to frame complex issues, articulate findings and present optimal solutions.
Ability to effectively lead a multi-cultural team and optimize resources. Must have excellent process skills.
Must understand and apply US GAAP revenue accounting principles.
Media experience a strong plus.
BA required, in accounting a plus. MBA and/or CPA a plus.
Superior Excel skills. Experience with SAP and billing software a plus.
Travel internationally, mainly within Europe. 20%

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Head of Sales Analysis

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JOBG8
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From £70,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Head of Sales Performance

"This is a number crunching role and would suit someone who has previously worked in finance; it's a very metric and analytical focused role. Amongst other responsibilities, this person reviews commission structure and bonus plans for the sales teams."

The Head of Sales Performance is a proactive role responsible for driving productivity improvements, better decision making and improved skills in the front line through enhanced insight, tools and operational support across both ethnic and national retail sales.

This role acts as the key enabler for regionalising the sales strategy, therefore this role becomes the "right hand" to the UK Commercial Director.

The role is required to work closely with the Head of different Sales Channels and the Marketing team to achieve the UK targets and objectives, and is responsible, with fellow direct reports to Commercial Director for achieving top level KPIs.

Qualification:

*Graduate level education, ideally with specialisation in sales/marketing - further business qualifications an advantage.

Skills/Competencies:

*Excellent knowledge of sales operations and sales processes
*Very strong commercial acumen
*Excellent problem-solving skills
*Exceptional skills in communication, both written and verbal with fluent English language capability
*Strong Project Management skills
*An enthusiastic leader, driving high performance and a culture of accountability
*Generates respect and co-operation from their peer group, direct reports and colleagues alike
*Strong interpersonal and networking skills

Experience:

*Experience of working within a country sales organisation
*Thorough understanding of customer behaviour and commercial sales people
*Strategic mindset for developing best in class sales organisation
*Proven success in influencing and managing people indirectly (cross functionally and through dotted line matrix relationships)
*Understanding of existing IT customer systems and experience of working for a company providing software applications at enterprise level
*Demonstrated ability to serve as a successful participant on the functional leadership team that provides Sales/Service leadership and direction
*Demonstrated the ability to challenge, build credibility and work with integrity at all levels within the organisation to influence behavioural changes and development of skill sets for the future business needs
*Strong stakeholder management and influencing skills and working across functions
*Cultural awareness and experience in working in an international matrix organisation

"We are looking for an individual with a real passion for development of people. Someone that connects easily and quickly with a diverse group of people in a professional manner. A fast learner with great communication skills that is able to positively influence through shared vision, who can work and adapt with a highly dynamic and growing environment and effectively manages diversity within the workplace."

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Finance Director

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Blue Glue Limited
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From £90,000 to £100,000 per year
Location
London
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Job hours
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Finance Director, London

An experienced Finance Director is required to manage a finance team and drive forward high quality performance at a leading digital business.

The Finance Director will be joining one of the UK’s leading web development agencies for the media, publishing and public sectors. They specialise in content management solutions, web design and build, systems integration, consultancy and hosting. The company currently has a turnover of over £5 million and are looking to double this over the coming years.

As a Finance Director you will be responsible for managing robust financial systems, risk and finance policies as well as planning and structuring. You will work closely with the Managing Director, Chairman and the company’s investors to devise and monitor an effective business plan.

Key Responsibilities as a Finance Director:

• Managing robust financial systems and controls, as well as risk finance policies, planning and structuring
• Managing the company’s business plan, working closely with the Managing Director, Chairman and the company’s investors
• Leading and growing the company’s finance team

Skills and Attributes:

• A qualified Accountant with between 8 and 10 years of PQE
• Good experience with working in a project-based revenue environment (preferably within a software/technology business) and with M&A
• Experience working with the Managing Director, Chairman and key investor stakeholders
• Strong ability to create and implement exit strategies

For more information and to register your interest in this role please get in touch, apply online, send your CV to [contact details removed] or call [contact details removed] in the first instance. Unfortunately due to the urgency of this role, we are unable to accept candidates who have more than a 1 month notice period.

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FACILITIES DIRECTOR

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Lawson Clark
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From £60,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

This City law firm is one of the big success stories in the London legal sector in recent years, they have recently passed the 400 staff mark, and they are in the process of further substantial growth.
They are looking to employ a resilient, commercially astute Facilities Director who is solution focused with a flair for motivational staff management.
The successful candidate will be responsible for a team of 20 including 2 managers, will be CMIOSH qualified, and will experienced in facilities management within the legal or professional services sectors.
Reporting to the Operations Director, responsibilities include space management, business continuity planning, procurement and contract management, health and safety, security, building maintenance, utilities infrastructure, cleaning, catering, and property management.
The ability to project manage a major office move essential.
Start ASAP. Full details from Lawson Clark Recruitment.

IF YOU APPLY:
Exceptional customer service is always our first priority at Lawson Clark, but with the number of applications we receive for some of our roles, it is not always possible to get back to everyone individually. If you do not hear from us within 4 days, it means in this instance your application has not been taken any further, and we will not have kept your details. We hope that you will apply again for any positions that interest you in the future.

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Finance Director

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Coca-Cola Enterprises
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Competitive
Location
London, Uxbridge
Qualifications
CIMA / FCA / ACCA
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

From a secret recipe to a bold idea and very proud traditions, we build the future. Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) manufactures, distributes, sells and markets some of the world’s strongest brands in non-alcoholic beverages. We are part of Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc, the leading Western European marketer, distributor, and producer of bottle and can non-alcoholic refreshments and the world’s third-largest independent Coca-Cola bottler. Some of the brands you will find in our portfolio are Coca-Cola®, Fanta®, Powerade®, Glaceau Vitaminwater®, Monster® and Caprisun®.

Leading brands, great people, growth and the reward that comes with it: the raw materials for success are right here. But still, success depends on our skilled management sharing thirst: a thirst for getting more and better from our people and systems, a thirst for pushing limits, and a thirst for the rigour and challenge of a fast moving business.

Do you have a personality with the power to influence and connect?
Can you sustain the pace to keep on growing?
Will you make an impact with your desire to win?

Finance Director, PPM-Supply Chain

Permanent

What you become a part of

· Working for the VP of Supply Chain-Finance, as part of the global finance leadership team with the opportunity to influence finance strategy across CCE

· This is a very challenging and rewarding role responsible for strategic guidance and day-to-day operational business partnering with our VP Operations, c$1bn. It is multi-site, (with financial support provided to multiple production and warehouse facilities), with teams based both in central offices and at sites.

· The role leads a team of 4 direct reports based in GB, NeBU and France, with a full team headcount of more than 80 FTEs.

· The individual will need a range of both technical and personal competencies in order to support the financial governance of our manufacturing and warehouse teams – a strong focus on continuous improvement through KPI and analytics based insight, as well as the ability to build end to end pragmatic and flexible solutions to manufacturing and warehouse related issues, including project management experience.

· Therefore the ideal individual would have a good level of Post Qualified Education and will have worked in a manufacturing environment previously.

What to expect

· You will be responsible for leading the manufacturing and warehouse related accounting functions so that financial transactions, policies, systems, and procedures meet the organization’s short and long-term business objectives and comply with regulations, accounting principles, and standards.

· Activities may include: financial analysis and planning; reporting; working capital management and budgeting and forecasting.

· Contribute to strategic planning and decision-making at the executive level to develop and implement accounting systems and processes that align with the organization’s overall vision and its current and long-term business objectives.

· Monitor and evaluate the performance of accounting policies, systems, and procedures in achieving strategic objectives.

· Lead, direct, evaluate, and develop a team of managers to ensure that the organization’s accounting activities are conducted accurately, ethically, consistently and according to relevant regulations, laws, and standards.

Qualifications

What we expect of you

Responsible for the accounting and finance business partnering operations of the manufacturing and warehouse organisation.

· Areas of responsibility include preparing, collecting and interpreting financial information; preparing budgets, reports, forecasts and statutory returns; conducting financial analyses of proposals, investments and fund sources; managing cost accounting systems and cash flow; conducting audits and ensuring compliance with regulatory standards.
· Typically a highly experienced leader who will contribute to strategy development, within supply chain. This role will usually require the analysis of complex issues and changes to working methods in the Director’s own work area.
· Somebody who can influence at a senior level and quickly build relationships across a range of cultures and personality types would also be a key requirement of the role.
· Operating across the enterprise
· Involved with Business transformation projects
· Operational Suply Chain experience not essential
· CIMA, FCA, ACCA or relevant finance qualification require

The ability to speak a second language appropriate to CCE’s territories would be beneficial

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Legal Director

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From £80,000 to £90,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
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Job hours
Full time

Brunswick Group is looking to hire a Legal Director to be based in its central London headquarters.

The position will assume responsibility for providing legal advice and strategy to senior stakeholders across the business and will play an integral part in the delivery of Brunswick’s services globally, across all regions excluding the US.

Primary Responsibilities include:
• Drafting and negotiating all commercial contracts for the business (including complex cross-border agreements)
• Continuing management and appraisal of all standard-form agreements
• Working closely with Brunswick’s Partners and Directors to provide commercial, pragmatic advice at all stages of the client relationship
• In partnership with the Compliance Partner, ensuring continued business-wide compliance with relevant regulatory regimes and internal policies
• Overall responsibility for a range of ad-hoc legal matters (litigation, employment, IP, corporate)

The ideal candidate will be a qualified Solicitor or Barrister with:
• Minimum of 5 years' PQE in general commercial contracts
• Demonstrable in-house experience in a client-service environment
• Strong drafting skills with extensive experience of complex commercial negotiations
• Ability to communicate effectively at all levels to legal and non-legal professionals alike
• Strong commercial/business acumen

Please note that reference to PQE is a guide and does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.

Brunswick is a leading business communications firm: a global partnership with 22 offices in 13 countries. Founded in 1987, Brunswick has grown organically, operating as a single profit centre – allowing the business to respond seamlessly to its clients’ needs, wherever they are in the world.

All direct and third party applications will be sent to Robert Walters for their consideration.

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Financial Director

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Alexander Charles
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From £100,000 to £115,000 per year + bonus circa 20%
Location
London
Qualifications
ACA/ACCA/CIMA/CA
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

My client seeks to appoint a seasoned Finance Director to head up the finance function for there long established city of London based , financial services business.
The incumbent will manage the accounts department to ensure accounting records accurately reflect the state of the business and that appropriate financial controls are in place. To prepare timely and accurate management accounts for the board and senior management. Deal with all company secretarial matters. Ensure compliance with inland revenue and customs & excise. Ensure compliance with the FCA rules. Keep the board informed of matters of financial significance. Deal with all property matters. The role would suit an experienced qualified accountant, with proven written and inter-personal skills to enable job holder to explain issues to NEDS. Previous investment property experience and previous property management experience would both an advantage.

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