The best connections in financial services
A sector where rewards are often directly related to individual achievement, the skills you acquire in the financial services industry have wide application elsewhere. Indeed, they are particularly sought after in the corporate finance departments of major companies, in consultancy and, increasingly, in government.
And the good news is, REED can put you in touch with employers across all of these sectors as well as in the more traditional areas of banking, investment management and insurance.
2 jobs in UK
Your duties will include;
- Primary contact for clients with daily contact and regular in-person client meetings
- Take ownership of portfolios of clients and customer relationships, implement policies, procedures and checklists
- Compile and analyse financial information underlying the financial statements, including the treatment of business transactions.
- Oversee preparation of management accounts both at asset and fund level
- Preparation of consolidations
- Bank debt covenant reporting
- Production of quarterly NAVS, Investor Tax, CIS and VAT reporting
- Responsible for planning, monitoring deadlines and coaching and developing junior staff
- Planning for year end audit
- Preparation of statutory financial statements in accordance with IFRS or UK GAAP
- Manage a team of 6-7
Based in Bristol – 6 Months - £350 - £400 per day – Financial Reporting Manager (Experience of Insurance Company Financial Reporting)
Working in the Technical and Reporting Advice (TRA) team within Insurance Finance. The TRA team provides leadership and advice to stakeholders in the Insurance business and wider Lloyds Banking Group in relation to accounting and regulatory reporting change. The team is leading on IFRS 9 and IFRS 17 implementation and provides support to the business on technical accounting and reporting matters for strategic initiatives as well as BAU reporting.
Key skills sets are:
• Previous and extensive experience in Insurance company financial reporting functions
• Technical accounting experience – ability to draft technical papers and work self-sufficiently
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to adapt style and approach to suit a variety of stakeholders
• Project work experience – ability to advise on financial and operational impacts arising from reporting change, including Solvency II reporting
• Understanding of IFRS 9 and IFRS 17 (IFRS 4 Phase II) requirements and complexities
If this position is of interest, please get in contact to discuss the opportunity further on, 0117 906 0004 or firstname.lastname@example.org