Accounts Assistant

Posted 30 April 2024
Salary £30000 - £35000 per annum + Study support, Pension
LocationCity of London
Job type Permanent
Discipline Accounting & Finance
Contact NameSherine Rose

Job description

KennedyPearce are partnering with an investment research firm hiring a Regulatory Reporting Accountant on a perm basis. This role is suited to part qualified accountants who are keen to continue their studies with the generous study package on offer. This company also offer an excellent pension, hybrid working and great overall benefits.

The Regulatory Reporting Accountant job description:

  • Play a key role in managing statutory reporting process, including audits and external tax filings.
  • Assist in preparing and maintaining cash flow reports to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and operational needs of the business.
  • Support operational teams with any finance related queries.
  • Help in executing financial reporting submissions to local regulatory bodies in relevant jurisdictions
  • Collaborate with the compliance team to meet regulatory reporting requirements and address compliance-related issues.
  • Participate in preparing materials for regulated entities' board meetings.
  • Support in modelling regulatory and liquid capital, wind-down scenarios, and stress tests for regulated entities.
  • Help maintain the financial risk register for presentation to the legal entity board of directors.
  • Assist the Controllership and Shared Services team in monitoring the accuracy of financial statements for the regulated entity structure.
  • Contribute to identifying and implementing improvements in regulatory reporting processes.
  • Stay informed about local and international regulations impacting financial reporting requirements.

Please apply if:

  • You have a degree in Accounting, Finance and Part Qualified ACA, ACCA, CIMA
  • Some experience or strong interest in financial reporting and managing statutory audits
  • Basic understanding of FCA reporting requirements and regulatory processes