Credit Controller

Posted 29 August 2023
Salary Up to £40000 per annum + City based, hybrid
LocationCity of London
Job type Permanent
Discipline Accounting & Finance
ReferenceCC- Insurance_1693302020
Contact NameJessica Bambridge

Job description

Kennedypearce is recruiting for a Credit Controller to work for an Insurance company based in the City. This role is paying £40K. The successful candidate must have experience working in Insurance.

The credit controller is responsible for analysis and reporting of various delegated binding authorities. This includes reviewing written bordereau processing, cash collection and aged debt across facilities for all books of business in the Arch Insurance International portfolio. This role will include preparing reconciliations, liaising with brokers and their finance departments, working collaboratively with underwriting teams, preparing and generating various reports with a strong focus on accuracy, timeliness, customer service and the ability to work in a fast paced environment.

Main duties

  • Analyse binder and lineslip data from various binder systems and perform reconciliations.

  • Open Market reconciliation.

  • Holding meetings and working with Brokers to collect unpaid premium, resolving variances.

  • Work collaboratively across credit control, cash allocation and underwriting teams to validate and collect debt or process necessary adjustments.

  • Contribute to aged debt data for binders.

  • Provide commentary and where necessary investigating to allow for issue escalation.

  • Work in conjunction with other departments on any processing errors.

  • Improve binder procedures and review processes.

Experience required

  • Lloyds Market experience preferable.

  • Knowledge of binders and lineslips is necessary.

  • Aged debt systems / reporting

  • Excellent attention to detail.

  • Proficient in large datasets.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Experienced with Excel and other Office applications.

  • Professional in manner and presentation.

  • Ability to work unsupervised, prioritise, time management skills and meeting deadlines, pro-active and team player.

  • Works effectively in a team and independently when necessary.

  • Knowledge of and experience with insurance policy admin systems is a positive but not essential.