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Finance Analyst jobs

A Finance Analyst is responsible for recommends actions by analysing and interpreting data and making comparative analyses; studying proposed changes in methods and materials.

Responsibilities can include:

  • Analysing current and past financial data
  • Evaluating current financial performance and identifying trends
  • Preparing reports, making conclusions that management can use and finding discrepancies and communicating insights with team
  • Consulting with the management team to develop long-term commercial plans
  • Creating financial models that can predict the outcome of certain business decisions.
  • Budgeting and forecasting
  • Developing initiatives and policies that may improve financial growth

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  • Accounts Payable Assistant

    £20.00 - £23.00 per hour

    City of London

    Temporary

    Our client is a rapidly expanding listed Real Estate company with a mandate for growth as they navigate through increased demand and international opportunities. This organisation holds their finance team in highest regard and have a clear focus on individual growth and development. The business offers hybrid working. Key Responsibilities: This is a key role within the Accounts Payable team which is responsible for all aspects of the Accounts Payable ledger. The Accounts Payable Assistant will support the Accounts Payable Manager in ensuring issues are resolved promptly and high debt collection rates are maintained. Role: Receive, log, post invoices and credit notes for payment in time for due dates. Purchase invoice and credit note processing, match to purchase orders, return invalid/incorrect documents to suppliers when necessary for re-issue. Maintain multiple inboxes, monitor, sort and respond to emails received in the AP inboxes. Liaise with internal stakeholders to obtain timely approvals and support with acquiring any additional information required. Approval follow up. Supplier statement reconciliation as directed by the AP Manager including full investigation of all discrepancies through to completion. Assist with opening of the post, distribute post received into the SharePoint on a timely manner. Other accounts payable tasks as directed by the AP Manager. Experience: Previous experience in Accounts Payable/Finance. Computer literate and confident in using Excel. Yardi system experience desirable. Studying for AAT/ACCA, alternatively at least 18 months' / 2 years experience working in Accounts Payable.

  • Management Accountant

    £73000.00 - £75000 per annum

    London

    Permanent

    Our client is an International Healthcare Logistics business based near Euston with an ever-expanding footprint and a fantastic culture. Due to the continues growth, they require an energetic Management Accountant to join the team asap. The business offer a hybrid working model. The Role: Reporting to the Financial Controller your role will consist of the following: Period end reporting: As part of the Financial Control team, the core objective is to support the delivery of all relevant outputs for the group's reporting calendar for local management and group. General Ledgers and financial statements: Work with the Management Accountants Team to deliver the accounting of the monthly profit and loss accounts and balance sheets for the group. Work closely with the FP&A team to ensure revenue recognition is appropriate, in line with contracts and IFRS15, and reconcile deferred and accrued revenue. Prepare and document monthly balance sheet reconciliations, including IFRS16 Lease accounting. Preparation of divisional profit and loss accounts including commentary for reporting to the Board. Preparation of monthly management accounts and board reporting, as well as Year-end Financial Statements. Budgets and forecasts: Contribute to the preparation of the annual budgets and forecasts. Processes and continuous improvement: The MA should have the overriding objective to constantly review and improve the work done within their portfolio and the team. The MA is expected to identify opportunities for improvement and to assist with streamlining relevant processes and controls. Audits: Manage deliverables for and liaise with external and internal auditors as required. The person: ACA or International equivalent (2 - 3 years post Qual) Good working knowledge of IFRS

  • Transactional Finance Manager

    £50000 - £550000 per annum

    Chiswick

    Permanent

    KennedyPearce are hiring a Transactional Finance Manager for a hospitality company based in West London. Hybrid working, 2 days in the office (after probation), a beautiful office with a great benefits package is on offer. This role is newly created and reports into the Financial Controller. To be successful in this role, you need to be effective in managing the team, being prepared to take a hands-on approach as required. You will enjoy working in a process focused environment and equally enjoy driving improvements to performance measures. Summary of the Transactional Finance Manger duties: Manage the Transactional Finance team, Team of 6 in total Enforce financial controls, with particular attention to vendor onboarding and ensure prompt resolution of all queries Take ownership of all vendor details and make certain regular vendor reconciliations take place Accuracy of data entry at all times ensuring all transaction details, item lines and tax are processed correctly, in adherence to company policies Administration of Weekly & Critical payment runs, including remittances Continually identify or assist with the implementation of process/system improvement initiatives. Support statutory reporting requirements, by ensuring documentation is maintained and retained in line with company guidelines Take the lead for external audit on Transactional finance items, system upgrades and integrations Own monthly metrics reporting for Aged Creditors, invoice turnarounds, vendor statement reconciliations and transactional balance sheet reconciliations Improve discrepancy reporting on actuals vs budget using the rates and terms sheets Transactional Finance Manager desired requirements: Minimum 3 years experience in leading a Transactional Finance Team Ability to multi-task and prioritise in a fast-paced high volume, with regular deadlines and regular new vendors Experience of operating across multiple legal entities with multi-currency accounts and ideally an understanding of managing an offshore team

  • Transactional Finance Manager

    £50000 - £550000 per annum

    Chiswick

    Permanent

    KennedyPearce are hiring a Transactional Finance Manager for a hospitality company based in West London. Hybrid working, 2 days in the office (after probation), a beautiful office with a great benefits package is on offer. This role is newly created and reports into the Financial Controller. To be successful in this role, you need to be effective in managing the team, being prepared to take a hands-on approach as required. You will enjoy working in a process focused environment and equally enjoy driving improvements to performance measures. Summary of the Transactional Finance Manger duties: Manage the Transactional Finance team, Team of 6 in total Enforce financial controls, with particular attention to vendor onboarding and ensure prompt resolution of all queries Take ownership of all vendor details and make certain regular vendor reconciliations take place Accuracy of data entry at all times ensuring all transaction details, item lines and tax are processed correctly, in adherence to company policies Administration of Weekly & Critical payment runs, including remittances Continually identify or assist with the implementation of process/system improvement initiatives. Support statutory reporting requirements, by ensuring documentation is maintained and retained in line with company guidelines Take the lead for external audit on Transactional finance items, system upgrades and integrations Own monthly metrics reporting for Aged Creditors, invoice turnarounds, vendor statement reconciliations and transactional balance sheet reconciliations Improve discrepancy reporting on actuals vs budget using the rates and terms sheets Transactional Finance Manager desired requirements: Minimum 3 years experience in leading a Transactional Finance Team Ability to multi-task and prioritise in a fast-paced high volume, with regular deadlines and regular new vendors Experience of operating across multiple legal entities with multi-currency accounts and ideally an understanding of managing an offshore team

  • Credit Documentation Officer

    Up to £1 per annum + On site - Benefits

    City of London

    Permanent

    A Global bank based in London, currently seek a Mandarin speaking Credit Documentation Officer with a proven background in Credit documentation review Job Purpose Loan Documentation review: Conducting thorough reviews of facility agreements to ensure compliance with credit approval requirements Customer archiving management: Ensuring all legal/credit documents are fully collected before agreement signing. Credit risk monitoring and portfolio management Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities Documentation Review Assessing the operational feasibility of corporate loan documents including but not limited to Facility agreement, Silent sub participations, Agency documents, Secondary Trades and Security Agent's role. Ensure that the minimum requirements for drawdown are achieved prior to disbursement (i.e. facility agreement and term sheets are executed, credit approval is in place, Conditions Precedents are satisfied and utilisation requests are valid). Conduct thorough reviews of credit documentation to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, internal policies, and industry standards. Identify discrepancies, errors, or omissions in credit documentation and liaise with relevant stakeholders to rectify issues in a timely manner. Review credit proposals and supporting documentation prior to credit committee meetings, identifying any deficiencies or discrepancies and providing recommendations for resolution. Review credit proposals and supporting documentation prior to credit committee meetings, identifying any deficiencies or discrepancies and providing recommendations for resolution. Attend credit committee meetings as a representative of the documentation review and archiving team, providing insights and recommendations o based on documentation review findings and regulatory requirements and supporting decision-making processes. Participate in credit committee, offering insights and recommendations based on documentation review findings and regulatory requirements. Develop and implement standardised procedures for the review, verification, and archiving of credit documentation, ensuring accuracy, completeness, and compliance with regulatory standards Assist in the development and implementation operational risk control measures, including the assessment of creditworthiness and risk mitigation strategies. Credit File Archiving Lead the documentation review and archiving team, overseeing the accurate and timely review, verification, and archiving of credit documentation. Develop and implement standardised procedures for the review, verification, and archiving of credit documentation, ensuring adherence to regulatory requirements and internal policies. Supervise of documentation specialists, providing guidance, training and support to ensure efficient and effective performance. Conduct regular audits and quality checks of documentation processes to identify areas for improvement and implement corrective actions as needed. Ensure timely and accurate archiving of credit documentation in accordance with established guidelines and retention policies. Serve as a subject matter expert on documentation management practices Essential Experience Required Previous experience in credit documentation review from a banking background is essential Mandarin speaking is preferred Credit risk monitoring and portfolio management - Essential UK Banking experience gained in the UK - Essential

  • Underwriting Manager Bridging

    £75000 - £80000 per annum + Hybrid + Excellent Benefits

    City of London

    Permanent

    Kennedy Pearce are partnering with a London based Private Bank who offer Hybrid working in recruiting a Bridging Underwriting Manager JOB FUNCTION To be responsible for supporting, managing and motivating a team of Bridging Underwriters to meet key objectives To be responsible for maintaining credit quality within the Bridging department. Managing the Underwriters in the maintenance of credit standards and liaising with Quality Assurance in respect of ongoing monitoring and reporting KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Make lending decisions in line with Credit Risk Policy, Bridging Lending Procedures and individual mandate level Work alongside the Heads of Unregulated/Regulated Underwriting and Quality Assurance to provide training to the Underwriting Team Work alongside the Sales Team to provide deal structure guidance and underwriting support Review and sign off of Credit Paper submissions, Offer Letters and files for completion Monitoring of Underwriter's WIPs to ensure the appropriate allocation of cases across the team * Ensure that applications are progressed within the designated SLAs as per the Business Standards document Complete people management activity within the team, including monthly 1 to 1's, performance monitoring and objective reviews Adhere to internal policy and regulatory requirements - FCA, PRA, AML, Prevention of Financial Crime, and Data Protection etc. ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Previous managerial experience of an underwriting, credit or lending team within a bridging/mortgage environment Held a lending mandate Ability to collaborate, build trust and influence at all levels Strong understanding of the regulatory environment Managing and prioritising work for a team of people

  • Business Analyst - Investment Operations

    £90000 - £100000 per annum

    London

    Contract

    Business Analyst - Investment Operations Our client, a UK based International Investment firm who offer excellent hybrid working and Benefits, currently seek a Business Analyst on a 12-month FTC to support the Head of Investment Operations in increasing effectiveness and efficiency by reviewing existing processes and introducing standardisation and automation As a Business Analyst you must have extensive experience specialising in Operational improvement and change projects, this role sits within the Investment Operations team so alongside being a proven Business Analyst, understanding high volume processing environments, operational process flows and lifecycles is essential Key Responsibilities Create a full inventory of processes the team is responsible for Review each process to identify areas for improvement Understand business needs and develop and refine solution ideas with stakeholders within the team and wider organisation Document process maps and procedures for each process Define internal reporting arising from each process Work with stakeholders to implement agreed solutions Lead detailed design exercises Identify data requirements and enhancements Line manage the Portfolio Data Coordinator Create business cases detailing cost, benefit, timeline and resource estimates Essential Candidate Background/Skills Successful candidates will have a background delivering formal business projects within private equity, investment management, investment banking or similar financial services organisation They will have a proven ability to see the bigger picture, able to demonstrate use of in-depth insight and foresight to challenge and promote collective thinking to support positive outcomes They will be comfortable working in ambiguous environments, with the ability to problem solve across multiple teams. Essential Experience Required Experience designing and producing compelling solutions Strong analytic skills, ability to analyse problems, identify cause and develop potential solution options Ability to approach problems from a range of different angles, making connections between disparate processes and pieces of information Understanding of approaches to defining target operating models and business re-engineering techniques Experience documenting detailed process maps and procedures Attention to detail ensuring a high degree of accuracy for all deliverables Proficient with Microsoft Office tools, particularly Excel and PowerPoint Ability to build rapport with key internal stakeholders Desirable skills: Understanding of private equity funds and the administration processes that are required to support them Understanding of data, data flows and data quality processes within asset management or a similar operating environment Experience using Portfolio Management Systems, ideally eFront Awareness of various data visualisation tools and techniques, ideally Power BI

  • Sales Associate

    £30000 - £35000 per annum

    London

    Permanent

    Sales Associate Our client is building the single point of entry to emerging markets, making hard-to-find information easy to access. The platform combines investment research, macroeconomic data, market data, and more, facilitating quick information retrieval for professional users across over 170 emerging and frontier economies. About the Role: Your focus will be on collaborating with the existing sales team to generate new revenue for our client through the sourcing and acquisition of new clients. Target clients include portfolio managers and analysts within emerging market debt and equity teams at global asset management firms, as well as banks, insurers, lawyers, advisors, and more. We are seeking individuals with an interest in financial markets and emerging economies, coupled with a hunter mentality and excitement for winning business. Given a sales cycle of 3-6 months, a consultative and patient mindset will contribute to your success in this role. What you'll need for the role: * Sales experience, preferably within research, data, and analytics, ideally through a subscription service platform * An interest in financial and/or emerging markets * Hunter-gatherer mentality, target-driven, and accustomed to working with KPIs * Good knowledge of institutional prospecting tools and their role in sales outreach * Excellent people skills, comfortable dealing with clients of all seniority and experience * Excellent written and verbal communication skills, particularly when dealing with external clients * Strong organizational skills and motivation to succeed * Ability to work independently and collaboratively Your responsibilities as Sales Associate: * Lead generation via Apollo, LinkedIn, Networking * New business sales, renewals, and existing client upticks * Subscription management (Extension, deactivations) * Attending industry events * International travel where required What you'll get from our client: Join their talented sales team and contribute to shaping how our client positions and presents itself to the market. They foster a culture of hard work and enjoyment, embodying a fast-moving team that learns from mistakes and celebrates successes. * Unlimited holidays * Staff equity allocation (LTIP) (after successful 3-month probation) * Access to courses & training * Private medical insurance & dental * Company pension contributions

  • Regulatory & Quality Director

    £110000 - £120000 per annum + Bonus, Car Allowance, Medical, Hybrid

    Leatherhead

    Permanent

    Global Healthcare Company currently seeks a Regulatory & Quality Director to join their team based in Surrey. The Regulatory & Quality Director leads a team of technical, regulatory, and quality specialists, to ensure compliance for all regulated activities. This is a broad remit which includes responsibility for government relations, issue management, corporate and social responsibility, strategic communications, and information distribution. The Regulatory & Quality Director is the named person on all external regulatory licenses and external pharmaceutical, regulatory and government bodies. Core responsibilities for the Regulatory & Quality Director include: Review and sign off the compliance of all advertising and promotional pieces and provide input on media coverage. Assure handling of external customer enquiries and complaints regarding compliance with national and adverse drug event recording and reporting guidelines for pharmacovigilance Manage the holding and distribution of our product's regulatory information. Maintain comprehensive knowledge of industry, regulatory, quality, pharmacovigilance and legislative changes and developments. Keep internal processes adherent to UK regulations and aligned with global standards. Own the regulatory strategy for all our products, identifying opportunities for changes to licence conditions. Manage the renewal and variation of licences for all in-line products in the UK. Draw on knowledge of legislation and licensing practice to achieve issue of an amended licence. Provide information on our products licences to internal and external groups. Manage overall strategies and representation on cross-industry and government liaison bodies; NOAH, Animal & Plant Health Agency (APHA) Be the named person, signatory, and holder responsible for compliance on Animal Health's Wholesale Dealer's Licence, drug licence, pharmacovigilance reporting in the UK. Develop the Op plans for the business unit annually. Manage the Regulatory and Technical team budget. Project funding for product licence applications, annual fees of regulatory bodies and trade association fees Provide to your direct reports, a specific and clear direction for the strategy, objectives, policies, practices, and expectations within the business unit. Ad-hoc projects. Requirements for the Regulatory & Quality Director include: MRCVS or other relevant post graduate qualification is required. Holds membership of The Organisation for Professional Regulatory Affairs (MTOPRA) or Registered (experienced) with the same body (MTOPRA - reg) Significant experience in Regulatory Affairs in Animal Health industry People management experience at a senior level Experience of the regulatory landscape of the market, and industry competitors Experience in working with UK & European legislation, licencing, and pharmacovigilance. Experience in a strategic role and in a senior leadership role. Budget management experience Benefits include bonus, car allowance, pension, medical/dental insurance, life assurance and hybrid working.