Group Reporting Manager

Reference: 5560
£85000 - £95000 Per Annum
Job Type: Permanent

This international travel and hospitality business are now building their finance team up to keep up with company growth and as part of a wider transformation. With plans for further growth through acquisitions and expansion throughout EMEA and APAC, now is a great time to join their team in HQ and be part of their international expansion.

 

Taking ownership for all the financial reporting processes, you will be responsible for building out a function as they look to expand in to new territories globally, naturally building a team around you and leading a successful global reporting and compliance function.

 

Responsibilities will include:

  • Management of the global reporting function across numerous international entities
  • Responsibility for the annual audit process, statutory accounts, financial statements and regulatory reporting
  • Partnership and building relationships with external consultants and auditors
  • Being the main point of contact for all technical accounting matters
  • Business partnering with numerous corporate and divisional finance and non-finance staff at senior level
  • Constantly looking to improve processes and controls across the organisation
  • Work closely with the business on entering new territories and advising on potential new acquisitions from an accounting perspective

 

If you are interested in being part of a growing, international business and would like the challenge of taking on a newly implemented role with the opportunity to grow a team around you, this could appeal. International exposure and a technical accounting background will be helpful in ensuring this role becomes a success, as well as an ability to build relationships cross-departmentally.

 

Do get in contact if the above looks of interest and will be happy to discuss in further detail.

David Nolan

david@consultancygroup.com

07787 686552

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