Real Estate Analyst
My client is a global investment management group with an exciting opportunity for an ACA qualified Real Estate Analyst to join their London team.
You will be responsible for:
- Providing analysis of the financial risks associated with a specific tenant or party, sector or transaction including giving technical advice to the Real Estate teams
- Assist in effectively mitigating the potential negative impacts of a proposed transaction or decision
- Analysing and providing commentary on the risks associated with contracting with a tenant or other party regarding the credit risk and financial strength
- Providing management information on a quarterly basis, to include but not limited to financial requests received by fund, by country, by asset manager and value of transaction
- Working with the Director in giving technical advice to the Investment, Asset & Fund management teams regarding tenant insolvencies
To be considered for this role you must:
- Be an ACA/ACCA qualified accountant (ideally Big 4) with strong technical knowledge of financial reporting requirements, accounting standards, credit and ratio analysis
- Show working knowledge of all UK corporate insolvency processes (Administrations, Liquidations and Company Voluntary Arrangements)
- Demonstrate strong communication and relationship management skills
- Be flexible and take a proactive approach to problem solving and working well with the larger team
If you have similar experience to that outlined above and are looking for a permanent opportunity within a progressive and dynamic environment, please forward your CV today.
Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003