An international group based in south Cambridgeshire are looking for a Finance Officer to support the CFO. You will be part of a close and friendly office and have a wide remit.
If you like variety in your job then this is for you! You will be covering transactions on Sage 50 through to preparation of the monthly management accounts and reports. You will involved with international projects as well as operational activities including credit card analysis, expense analysis and credit control (although this is minimal due to the point of development of the business).
Ideally you will have experience of payroll, management reporting and VAT returns and are able to prioritise your own workload. This role will be considered on a Temp to Perm or Perm basis.
A rare and fantastic opportunity has arisen with an extremely reputable Luxury Hotel Group, who currently turnover £70 million. The Company is expanding rapidly and is currently looking for a Commercial Financial Controller for their growing finance team based in Watford.
* Management of the finance function and supervision of the finance team * Budgeting, forecasting and business planning * Continuous monitoring of key controls with focus on cash and inventory * Overseeing company payroll process and benefits * Overseeing SAGE structure including coding, cost centres and nominal structure * Produce initial SOX compliance documentation, update to confirm internal controls are effective * Review and update Finance Operations Manual * Ensure compliance with USGAAP in financial reporting * Manage monthly close process and calendar * Review monthly expenses recorded in the ledger, review commentary & key reconciliations & balance sheet analysis * Ensure all local filing (EU Intrastat, VAT, Statutory accounts filing) is completed and submitted to the proper authorities in a timely and accurate manner * Manage accounting team and monitor shared services relationship (AP, AR, Treasury)
* Must be ACA or ACCA * Strong working knowledge of International Accounting Standards * Must have experience in Sage * Advanced Excel skills (Pivots, Macros) and a solid working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook and PowerPoint * Good understanding of VAT and Corporation Tax * Able to demonstrate excellence in financial performance, management reporting and commercial analysis in previous roles * Strong staff management experience * Excellent written and verbal communication skills * Able to lead by example and to show commitment, initiative and ownership * Strong commercial skills and ability to see the bigger strategic picture * Previous experience of credit control management
An exciting opportunity for an experienced Credit Controller to join a market leading retail business.
The Credit Controller will be required to build strong business relationships with both internal contacts and the organisations customer base. You will work extensively with the sales team and other colleagues to ensure that any queries that may result in late payment are dealt with in a timely manner.
Other duties within the role will include: Chasing due and becoming due invoices to ensure prompt payment Extensive query resolution Credit checking accounts and on going risk analysis Aged debt reporting
The ideal candidate will be a pro-active credit controller who enjoys a role that not only focuses on collect but also requires strong relationship building skills and the ability to deliver excellent customer service.
Key skill requirements
Proven credit control experience Knowledge of SAP is essential Strong communication skills
Excellent opportunity for a Credit Controller to work for a market leading retail company based in London.
- Obtain payment of outstanding invoices and debts - Escalate actions on unpaid debts - Develop and maintain relationships with clients - Perform all necessary administration - Assist in month end reports
- Minimum 2 years Credit control experience - Strong IT skills - Experience of dealing high volumes of invoices and debt
Perfect opportunity for a flexible individual willing to use their own initiative. For someone who can manage their time and relationships well this can be a very rewarding role with a competitive salary and the prospect of gaining good experience.
A market leading IT services business, who provide assistance to a variety of businesses in the FTSE 100, has a brand new finance opportunity based at their headquarters in Central London.
I am recruiting a Credit Controller who will provide support to the Operational Accounting function. You must be able to speak fluent Danish and/or German and have at least two years working in Credit Control.
The company are expanding rapidly and will be able to provide you with varied career opportunities as well as close exposure to senior Finance staff.
• Collections by telephone, emails and letters – Nordic Region customers • Account reconciliations and adjustments • Recording new invoices in ledger • Liaising with account manager, technical teams and other credit controllers on invoicing/service issues • Resolving client and account queries
Fluency in Danish and/or German is a must. You must also be able to travel to Copenhagen and Stockholm on a regular basis.
Morgan Hunt is a multi award winning Employment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer.
From £26,000 to £30,000 per year + Pension, Health, Bonus
A new opportunity has arisen for an experienced analyst with a background in financial services to join the busy head office finance team of a well respected, blue chip multi-national organsiation. Working within the credit team, this role is not a credit control position, but involves assessing and preparing funding proposals for new business partners, analysing complex financial and non financial information including management accounts, balance sheets, cashflow statements and profit and loss accounts. Based on the conclusions from your in depth analysis, you will make recommendations to senior operational management on engaging in new projects and then monitor, review and report on these, with particular emphasis on assessing their progress and quickly interpreting early warning signs of any forthcoming unforeseen risk. You are likely to be a good team player with at least two years experience in a similar role and a stronly self motivated decision maker with excellent communication skills and the ability to work under pressure. This is a challenging and rewarding opportunity with a local employer of choice offering long term stability and good prospects for career development.
A market leading Foreign Exchange company based in Central London is currently recruiting a Credit and Collateral Controller. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing and developing team and to become a key member in strengthening the team.
Your main responsibilities will be; implementation and maintenance of Credit Risk Policies and Procedures; assessing new credit lines; maintain a monthly bad and doubtful debt register; produce and present a monthly credit report for the risk committee; produce quarterly Credit Risk and Collateral reports for the board of directors; ownership of and continually improve the financial modelling of counterparties’ bank accounts.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years experience as a Credit Controller with experience in risk modelling. In addition, excellent communication skills and good understanding of accounting concepts are essential.
In return you will receive a very competitive salary of up to £40k plus excellent company benefits.
Due to their current growth this Lloyd's broker are recruiting for an additional permanent member of their IBA team. With a focus on credit control you will come from a strong insurance background within the London insurance market and have strong experience within credit control and IBA. Responsibilities will also include some general cashiering, allocations and accounts. They are looking for an ambitious insurance credit control with energy and a desire to progress within their career
From £55,000 to £63,000 per year + Pension, Healthcare, Life Assurance, Discretionary Bonus etc
A global cross-commodity trading business, active in the Oil and Gas markets, has an opportunity available for a Senior Credit Risk Analyst to join their London based division. Working in particular across the physical oil trading and derivatives trading counterparty portfolio, the role will demand a sound understanding of credit risk assessment and management in the context of a commodities trading environment. The team holds a particularly strong reputation in the business and therefore require an individual with excellent communication skills, complimented by additional languages where possible.
-Analysing financial statements and preparing credit reviews for a broad range of oil and gas, shipping counterparts across different jurisdictions -Recommending credit ratings / limits and credit enhancement as appropriate -Establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with traders and front office -Negotiating credit terms in ISDA and CSA or other similar agreements -Establishing and maintaining strong credit relationships with counterparts and peers -Reviewing and analysing new transactions -Reporting daily credit exposure, escalating breaches to management -Maintaining counterparty records across a range of systems and assist with systems enhancement -Monitoring and maintaining parent company guarantees and other similar credit support documents
In order to be considered you will have proven experience of performing credit analysis within a physical trading environment, supported by trading documentation and negotiation skills. It will be essential to demonstrate excellent communication skills and the ability to maintain a professional approach to all interaction with internal divisions and external clients. This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious credit professional looking to work for a market-leading trading business.
Harvey Nash Finance and Banking are looking to source a talented and well-rounded Credit Risk / Underwriting professional to operate as the Head of Commercial Credit Risk for our client, a well-respected Financial Services business.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a rapidly growing business that are keen to broaden their product and lending range across the retail and commercial space. As such there will be great exposure to senior management within the business, and also exposure directly to the regulators spinning around and back to leading a team of credit risk / underwriting professionals with some involvement in the assessment and approval of particular lending cases.
The successful candidate will have strong, rounded experience in the Commercial credit risk arena and will have the ability and desire to be involved across all areas of the business, working strongly with senior stakeholders as well as back office staff working closely also with the Head of Retail Credit risk counterpart.
Key skills / Requirements include:
-Act as Secretary to the Commercial Credit Committee - regularly reviewing the policy and proposing changes and improvements -Develop Commercial Credit Policies for all new products -Work closely with Treasury and Sales departments -Produce regular KPI and regulatory reports in a timely manner -Proactively make continual improvements to the Collections and Write off policy to minimise arrears -Performance Management of the team -Hold a strong understanding of full credit lifecycle, credit scoring, and scorecard building
The successful candidate whilst having strong technical and interpersonal skills, will also be required to be able to adapt and change their approach to complement the positive evolving requirements of the business.
To register your interest please apply accordingly providing details covering your current level of remuneration and notice period.
An excellent opportunity to join an expanding and very successful Lloyd's underwriter, the duties will range from Credit Control, allocation of cash receipts, reconciling to the underwriting system, preparation and submission of LPANS, preparing additional management information and assisting with projects. Insurance experience is required from either an underwriter or broker.
The role will assume responsibility for the entire credit control function, cash matching and reporting for this well known Lloyd’s underwriter. The role will include liaising with brokers and underwriters to resolve difficult issues, reconciling from the underwriting system to the accounting system, dealing with premium adjustments, preparing LPAN’s, producing additional management information and further ad hoc duties. Insurance experience from either an underwriter or broker is essential.