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Finance Manager jobs

A Finance Manager is an imperative role in a Finance Department.

Key Responsibilities for a Finance Manager can include:

  • Providing financial reports and interpreting financial information for management
  • Making recommendations to management around financial expectations  to aid in long-term and short-term decision making
  • Advising on investment activities and provide strategies that the company should take
  • Maintaining the financial health of the organisation
  • Analysing costs, pricing, variable contributions, sales results and the company’s actual performance compared to the business plans
  • Managing the preparation of the company’s budget.
  • Establishing and maintaining financial policies and procedures for the company
  • Liaising with auditors to ensure appropriate monitoring of company finances is maintained.

If you are interested in a job as a Finance Manager then do have a look at our jobs or feel free to submit your CV 

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  • Finance Assistant

    £27000.00 - £29000.00 per annum



    Our client is an iconic FMCG group with an ever-expanding footprint and a fantastic culture. Due to the continues growth, they require an energetic Finance Assistant to help the finance team on a permanent basis. This team member will be involved across all activities of the function, including: Duties: Processing purchase ledger & inventory invoices. Raising payments to suppliers. Credit Control. Processing Customer Receipts and Bank Payments Creating and posting general ledger journals. Raising Debit Notes to Intercompany accounts Bank Reconciliations Accruals & Prepayments Skills/background of the candidate: 2+ years' experience in a similar role Excellent attention to detail Strong understanding of the need for a controlled environment and adherence to procedures Experience dealing with high volumes of work and remaining organised Good verbal and written communication Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced, ever changing environment An ability to build strong working relationships with all levels of business Strong interpersonal skills

  • Group Reporting Manager

    £75000 - £85000 per annum + bonus, hybrid working



    A leading infrastructure business based in the West End of London are recruiting for a newly created Group Reporting Manager position to take a lead in the corporate accounting team and to head up the implementation of the group's ESG financial reporting. This role will offer hybrid working with 2/3 days in the office per week. Preparation of consolidated financial statements under IFRS Provide assistance to the wider finance team on any technical accounting matters Working closely with different business units on any technical issues they may encounter including valuations Partake in the group's audit process Responsibility for several SOX controls Leading on any accounting valuation work including but not limited to M&A Writing group policies on accounting policy and lead the implementation of any relevant changes including accounting standards, GAAP, mergers etc. Formalise the financial elements of the group's ESG reporting requirements and drafting disclosures to meet these Implement a ESG reporting tool Design and implement appropriate controls over ESG reporting Manage one individual supporting this team The ideal candidate: Qualified accountant - ideally at Manager level within a top-tier accounting firm Experienced with technical accounting matters and consolidated financial statements An interest in sustainability Strong project management skills In return you'll receive: Salary up to £85,000 (negotiable) 10% bonus Private medical insurance Hybrid working

  • Internal Auditor

    £35000.00 - £38000.00 per annum + + Bonus

    City of London


    An opportunity has arisen to work for a world leading corporation as an Internal Auditor. Owing to internal changes this organisation is seeking a commercially astute finance professional to work on a permanent basis. This role offers hybrid working. The responsibilities of the Internal Auditor include: Reporting to the Manager of the Internal Auditing Department; Scope of the role: To follow and engage in the Annual Internal Audit plan and participate in reporting the results of audits to both local and senior management of the group. To visit the various locations throughout Europe that form part of the Audit Plan. To assist in the preparation and review of J-SOX Company and Process Level Controls. The successful applicant must have: Essential experience: Experience in working in internal audit in other companies. Preferred: Experience in working for Big Four accountancy companies. Benefits: Competitive salary Pension Hybrid working model (2 days office based)

  • Revenue Accountant

    £58000 - £62000 per annum + Bonus, Pension, Hybrid working

    City of London


    KennedyPearce are hiring a Revenue and Finance Business Partner on a 12-18 month contract. This global consultancy firm has a hybrid working model of 2 days required in the office. This role reports into Revenue and Finance Business Partner role: Mentoring the Junior Revenue Accountant and working closely with Finance Managers in other regions or practice groups to ensure completeness and accuracy of UK revenue Maintain revenue fee sheets, project budgets and posting revenue journals at month end Helping to agree, review, co-ordinate and post regional revenue allocations Review accrued revenue monthly to ensure revenue is correct and timely billing Review client recharges to ensure they are treated (expensed or recharged) in line with the contract for each project Review of newly created mandates/job codes for accuracy in line with the contract First point of contact for the UK Partners and holding ad hoc meetings with UK Partners to discuss fee generation and their fee pipeline Assistance with revenue and project related audit queries annually The ideal candidate: Experience managing revenue including month end reporting Business Partner experience: personable, polite and robust Attention to detail Qualified or QBE Available within 2-3 weeks

  • Project Finance Analyst

    £50000 - £60000 per annum + Hybrid + Bonus + Benefits

    City of London


    London based Bank who offer Hybrid working and excellent benefits currently seek a Project Finance Analyst As the Project Finance Analyst you will be responsible for assisting in the successful origination, execution and ongoing management of project finance transactions across a portfolio of natural resources, power / utilities and infrastructure / transportation sub-sectors supporting the team as it develops and expands its business in the Europe / Middle-East / African (EMEA) market. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES To assist the team in identifying and evaluating potential deal opportunities and with the subsequent origination process (establishing dialogue with the client and / or arranger of the transaction, pitching and securing the mandate, as appropriate) To assist in reviewing and analysing the key terms and conditions of deals and the associated credit risks and mitigants. Based on such understanding, assist with the preparation of internal requests for credit approval. To assist with all aspects of the deal execution process, including reviewing and commenting on documentation, analysing financial aspects (including creation and/or manipulation of cashflow models, as appropriate), checking the correct incorporation of deal security and other credit mitigants, etc. To assist with the ongoing credit risk and compliance monitoring of the deal portfolio, including annual reviews and responsibility for material waivers, "close monitoring" of problem scenarios etc, as appropriate. To assist with periodic reviews of the team's strategy with respect to the project finance market's sub-sectors, specific clients, terms of financing products, etc To assist the team to broaden and strengthen its range of personal relationships with target clients across the industry. To carry out such other duties as may be requested from time to time by the General Manager / Assistant General Manager. Essential Experience Required Good educational background, preferably ACIB/Degree qualified. Minimum 2 years experience as part of a dynamic front-office project finance team with regular interaction with corporate clients. Proven credit analysis skills Strong numeracy and familiarity with cashflow-based financial analysis, including computer modelling.

  • Banking Operations Officer

    £27000 - £48000 per annum + Pension, Healthcare + Bonus

    City of London


    This International bank based in London are currently hiring 2 roles, a Senior and more Junior back-office operations specialist to join their Operations department The successful candidate will be responsible for Assisting the Head of Operations in monitoring daily BAU activities. This role requires 5 days in the office Experience in the following is highly desirable - Euroclear, Murex, Swift Alliance Product Knowledge; Loans, FX, MMK, NDF, CD, ECP, Repo, Securities, US Treasuries, IRS Key Duties & Responsibilities Processing securities settlements in Euroclear Verification of Bank's Nostro reconciliation including treasury products. Processing confirmations, payments and settlement of FX/MM, Securities, OTC derivatives trades Processing and creation of SWIFT payments Management of all tickets and entries within the Back Office and periodically checking statements received from settlement agents Essential Experience - Junior Role Some Trading, Back Office Operations experience or a financial services background Essential Experience - Senior Role Sound knowledge of Back-office operations, Loans Administration, confirmations, payments, SWIFT and Treasury Operations and Euroclear It is essential to be considered for this role you have UK based banking experience gained working in the UK - This is a non sponsored role

  • Digital Marketing Manager

    Up to £60000 per annum



    Job Title: Digital Marketing Manager (Maternity Cover) 12 Month FTC Department: Marketing, London Reporting to: Head of Digital Marketing Purpose of the Role: Reporting to the Head of Digital Marketing, the Digital Marketing Manager is responsible for the ongoing development and management of company websites, social media management, all digital marketing activities for specific investment trusts, managing digital partnerships, regular analysis and reporting of digital activities, and the line management of a Digital Marketing Executive. Key Responsibilities: Website Management: Support the day-to-day running of the company website. Upload new content and create new pages. Brief the digital agency on new features and bug fixes as required. Ensure marketing and press campaigns are promoted through the website. Conduct regular website reviews to ensure content is up-to-date and identify areas for improvement. Brief the creative agency when new creative or imagery is needed. Work with the digital agency to identify CRO (conversion rate optimization) testing opportunities and implement identified improvements. Adhere to SEO best practices when uploading and updating content. Social Media Management: Develop and manage the company's presence on social media. Create and post content, including a bi-weekly LinkedIn newsletter. Optimize campaigns and manage the Hootsuite and Brandwatch platforms. Report on social media performance. Digital Marketing for Specific Investment Trusts: Manage the website, email marketing, event promotion/support, reporting, and PPC for specific investment trusts. Work closely with the Chief Marketing Officer on these tasks. Digital Partnerships: Activate digital partnerships across appropriate channels. Collaborate with the Chief Marketing Officer and key partners. Support and Collaboration: Assist with other digital marketing activities as required. Send marketing emails and support broader marketing initiatives. Line Management: Manage and support the development of the Digital Marketing Executive. Regulatory Responsibilities: Comply with the FCA's Senior Managers and Certification Regime as applicable. Adhere to the Conduct Rules: act with integrity, due care, skill, and diligence; be open and cooperative with regulators; treat customers fairly; observe market conduct standards; deliver good outcomes for retail customers. Keep up to date with regulatory updates and ensure compliance in work. Risk Management: Be aware of and manage risks to the firm and its clients. Communicate changes or new risks throughout the firm as appropriate. Involve line management and the Chief Risk Officer as necessary. Experience: Ideally, two years of experience in a digital marketing role. Experience using Sitecore is advantageous but not required. Regulatory Knowledge: Knowledge of the products offered by the firm and the significance of being a regulated firm. A good understanding of the FCA's Senior Managers and Certification Regime and its relevance to the role. Familiarity with the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures as set out in key company policies.

  • Commodity Finance Credit Analyst




    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.