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  • Billing Co-ordinator

    Up to £34000 per annum + Bonus

    London

    Permanent

    KennedyPearce are hiring a Billing Co-ordinator for a consulting firm in London offering hybrid working, bonus and study support. The Billing co-ordinator responsibilities: Generate outstanding invoices to submit to our clients for payment. Support accounts receivable and collections when needed. Process and record high-volume client invoicing transactions. Respond to inquiries from clients and management to resolve discrepancies. Review the appropriateness of credit and debit memos related to client invoices. Experience working in and recording information in an ERP environment (Microsoft Dynamics D365 Finance and Operations) or other proprietary software. Follow up as necessary to ensure payment of invoices. Various administrative projects as assigned by management. Required Qualifications Client facing billing experience working for a high-volume professional services firm is required. Experience with WIP is required. ERP/proprietary software experience is essential. Experience with Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a plus. Experience with high volume invoicing.

  • Financial Analyst

    £45000 - £50000 per annum

    London

    Permanent

    KennedyPearce are hiring a Finance Analyst for a facilities Management company. This role is located in Kensington and will be 5 days a week in the office. This position is newly created and will play a key role in financial planning, budget management, and reporting to ensure the financial health of the location. This role reports into an Account Director and ideal candidate will be part qualified/ finalist level with a desired background from hotels, property or facilities management The role: Financial Planning and Analysis: Develop, review, and implement financial strategies, plans, and budgets aligned with the company's objectives. Conduct financial analysis, forecasts, and variances to provide insights for decision-making and operational improvements. Budget Management: Monitor, control, and report on the financial performance of the site by managing budgets, expenses, and revenue streams. Collaborate with department heads to ensure budget adherence and recommend adjustments as needed. Financial Reporting: Assemble, prepare and summarise data to structure and present sophisticated and accurate financial reports, statements, and analyses including financial status and risks in a timely manner to senior management and stakeholders. Develop financial models, conduct benchmarking and process analysis. Conduct studies on past, future and comparative performance and develop forecast models Identifying trends, advise and recommend actions to senior management based on sound analysis. Track and determine financial status by analysing actual results in comparison with forecasts. Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, accounting standards, and internal policies. Financial Operations Oversight: Supervise financial transactions, including payroll, invoicing, accounts payable/receivable and reconcile financial discrepancies. Implement financial controls, procedures, and best practices to safeguard company assets and maintain financial integrity. Provide creative alternatives and recommendations to reduce costs and improve financial performance. Drive process improvement and policy development initiatives to support an efficient and smooth-running operation. Risk Management: Identify, assess, and mitigate financial risks by monitoring market trends, financial indicators, and internal controls. Qualifications and Requirements: Bachelor's degree in finance, Accounting, Economics, or related field; MBA or professional certification (e.g. ACCA, CIMA, CPA) preferred. Proven experience in financial management, budgeting, analysis, and reporting, preferably in a similar role. Proficiency in financial software, ERP systems, and advanced MS Excel skills for data analysis and reporting.

  • Credit Controller

    £25000 - £30000 per annum + Hybrid working, pension

    Bracknell

    Permanent

    Our Client seeks a permanent Credit Controller to join their expanding team. The Credit Controller will own and perform collections activity for this organisation having your own book portfolio to minimise debtor balances & exposure. Duties of the Credit Controller include: Daily credit control via telephone, letter, and email in line with agreed collection cycle and whilst maintaining accurate activity records. Produce daily arrears report and report to senior stakeholders on a daily basis. Management of external debt collection agencies Management of litigation cases as required. Completion of Administration forms as required. Update customer records with direct debit mandates. Process daily direct debit collections and cash allocation. Manage customer queries and complaints in a timely and effective manner. Produce monthly arrears report for Board reporting purposes. Develop and maintain collection processes and procedures taking into account FCA compliance requirements. General lease administration of Own Book portfolio including activating and terminating proposals along with raising settlement quotes and invoices. Assisting in both internal and external audit as required Support the development of processes and procedures through pro-active, constructive challenge and feedback. Close collaboration with other members of the Finance team and other departments to ensure key deliverables are achieved. Requirements for the Credit Controller include: 2 Years+ previous credit control experience in a business-to-business environment. Minimum GCSE English and Maths both grade B or above. Strong systems skills including Microsoft Office Conscientious and accurate with attention to detail along with a 'can do' attitude. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Well organised and able to prioritise and manage a varied workload in a dynamic organisation. Strong time management skills. Good team player with ability to engage at all levels. Previous experience in a high-volume environment

  • Accounts Payable Assistant

    £30000.00 - £31000.00 per annum

    London

    Contract

    My client is a market leader in the Healthcare logistics sector. The team consists of highly experienced professionals who are industry experts. The role is a 12 months FTC role with a view to become permanent, the business offers hybrid working model. The main responsibilities will be, not limited to; Be able to manage the accounts payable inbox using subfolders and ensure invoices are uploaded on to the invoice platform on a daily basis. This includes opening of mail and sorting invoices into the pre-defined policies. Review the general ledger account and cost coding submitted by operations as part of the purchase order and determine if the invoice coding in accounting review is accurate. Apply the correct VAT treatment to the invoice for that specific company and demonstrate a basic understanding of VAT. Review reports generated from the purchase order platform on a daily basis and resolve items with an open status which includes un-submitted invoices, unmatched purchase orders (including purchase orders that have exceeded their limits) and unapproved purchase orders or invoices. Troubleshoot flagged items within the purchase order system and resolve queries raised by users by providing them support. Reconcile supplier accounts to supplier statements on a monthly basis. Process and pay staff expense claims and analyse credit card accounts and journal payments to the finance system. Manage and process invoices using the payment request function and apply the relevant general ledger and cost coding before sending the invoice for approval. Process invoices outside of the accounts payable policy directly into the finance system as required and where required use an upload tool. Any ad hoc duties as required by the Accounts Payable Supervisor / Manager. Additional Skills Previous experience in a similar role for 2+ years; Experience working in a high-volume environment; Excellent communication & time management skills Ability to manage a steady but high inflow of work and strict deadlines Willingness to work in a primarily team based environment Excellent attention to detail and ability to prioritise work; and Strong customer service and communication skills.

  • Strategic Implementation Manager

    Up to £38000 per annum

    City of London

    Permanent

    A financial institution is seeking a GCM Strategic Implementation Analyst I to provide routine analytical, operational, and technical support at the business/department level within Global Capital Markets. Primary Responsibilities: Develop and produce routine, non-complex standard and ad-hoc departmental reports and spreadsheets. Conduct project or product strategy analysis, profitability, historical reporting, workflow, statistical, and financial analysis. Research and gather business, process, and financial information to support these activities. Complete basic ad-hoc analyses to support business decisions and provide feedback to senior team members. Develop a basic understanding of the Global Capital Markets business, its functions, processes, and operations. Remain current on business and market trends affecting the business/department. Participate in planning and implementing new projects, products, programs, and plans to achieve short and long-term business objectives. Assist in the coordination, design, and execution of various projects for the promotion and maintenance of the business. Develop and oversee the implementation of compliance-related procedures or controls. Understand and adhere to the company's risk and regulatory standards, policies, and controls. Identify risk-related issues needing escalation to management. Promote an environment supporting diversity and reflecting the company brand. Maintain internal control standards, including timely implementation of internal and external audit points and issues raised by external regulators. Perform other related duties as assigned. Scope of Responsibilities: The role requires substantial interaction with internal and external contacts to obtain pertinent information in support of the Global Capital Markets business. The jobholder works independently under general supervision and as a member of a project team. The incumbent works within generally established parameters, seeking guidance from more experienced personnel as required. Education and Experience Required: Bachelor's degree, OR in lieu of a degree, a combined minimum of 4 years of higher education and/or work experience. Skilled proficiency in the use of pertinent spreadsheet, database, graphing, and presentation software. Working knowledge of financial models and pertinent operating systems. Education and Experience Preferred: Minimum of 1 year of relevant work experience. Banking industry experience. Working knowledge of department-specific software. Ability to work independently and as a member of a project team. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong analytical ability and creative problem-solving skills. Working level project management skills.

  • Credit Analyst (Commodities)

    Negotiable

    City of London

    Permanent

    Our client are an International Bank that are currently searching for a Credit Analyst with a passion for minimizing credit-related losses and evaluating financial risks. As a Credit Analyst, you will play a crucial role in assessing and mitigating credit risks while providing clear recommendations to the banks Credit Committee. Principal Purpose of the Job: Minimize the Bank's credit-related losses by accurately identifying and measuring credit risks and mitigants in various proposals and reviews. Provide clear and unambiguous recommendations to the Credit Committee regarding the acceptability of business deals, maintaining an independent and objective perspective. Monitor, identify, and measure credit risk within the Bank's asset portfolio effectively. Key Responsibilities: Conduct credit evaluations and prepare reports that include transaction overviews, risk analysis, and credit recommendations. Focus on commodity finance business while potentially covering other sectors based on front office proposals. Provide challenges and guidance to front office proposals, drafting and presenting credit opinions to the Credit Committee. Monitor credit ceilings, exposures, financial performance, and loan covenants, ensuring compliance and performance. Perform credit reviews and research industry/customer-related information for new and existing customers. Proactively monitor industry and sector trends, identifying early warning signals for counterparty risks. Support Head/Deputy Head of Credit Risk with professional risk analysis and mitigation measures. Skills Required: Minimum of 8-10 years of experience in credit review, particularly in Commodity Finance. In-depth knowledge of risks and mitigations across various industries, countries, and client types. Excellent financial analysis, projection, and stress test skills. Exceptional analytical and negotiation skills with a positive, can-do attitude. Collaborative personality with the ability to work independently.

  • Senior Credit/Loan Documentation Officer

    Negotiable

    City of London

    Permanent

    Our Client are a leading international bank based in the heart of London, they are currently searching for a Senior Credit Officer to join their team on a full time basis. As a Senior Credit Officer, you will be responsible for assessing the operational feasibility of corporate loan documents, overseeing facility onboarding, conducting pre-disbursement checks, managing credit file archiving, and handling loan administration in their systems. Key Responsibilities: Documentation Review: Assess operational feasibility of corporate loan documents, including facility agreements, silent participations, agency documents, secondary trades, and security agent roles. Ensure minimum requirements for drawdown are met before disbursement, including executed agreements, credit approvals, satisfied conditions precedents, and valid utilization requests. Conduct thorough reviews of credit documentation for regulatory compliance, internal policies, and industry standards. Identify and rectify discrepancies, errors, or omissions in credit documentation. Review credit proposals and supporting documentation before credit committee meetings, providing insights and recommendations. Attend credit committee meetings, document decisions, and maintain accurate records. Onboard facilities meticulously in the bank's systems and internal drives. Develop and implement standardized procedures for documentation review, verification, and archiving. Conduct regular audits and quality checks, implementing improvements as needed. Collaborate with internal departments to address documentation-related issues and ensure timely disbursements. Stay updated on regulatory developments and best practices, implementing necessary updates to procedures. Provide support and guidance to new team members on documentation review and operational risk control. Credit File Archiving: Lead the documentation review and archiving team, ensuring accurate and timely processes. Implement standardized procedures for documentation management, adhering to regulatory and internal policies. Conduct regular audits, quality checks, and prepare reports for senior management and internal regulatory authorities. Serve as a subject matter expert on documentation management practices. Skills and Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of experience in credit analysis, credit risk control, and documentation review. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and chart-making tools. Mandarin language skills are preferable but not mandatory. Strong communication skills to liaise within the bank and with appropriate business counterparties.

  • Trade Support Analyst

    Up to £45000 per annum

    London

    Permanent

    Job Title: Trade Support Analyst Our Client are a leading investment management firm providing services to individuals, advisors, pension plans, institutional investors. They are currently looking for a Trade Support Analyst to join their team on a full time basis. Job Description Trade processing, matching, and settlement notification Resolving settlement issues and problems Trade and portfolio reporting to managers and clients Trading reference data management Candidate Profile Two to three years of related working experience, preferably with an institutional money manager or in a similar environment Advanced computer skills with an emphasis on MS Excel, as well as a demonstrated ability to learn new systems quickly Undergraduate degree or other post-secondary education in a relevant field of study Experience with SWIFT messaging Quick learner, adaptable, and demonstrated ability to meet deadlines Superior analytic skills Outstanding attention to detail

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