Group Reporting Manager

England, London
£65000.00 - £70000.00 per annum + bonus and benefits
22 Jul 2019
29 Jul 2019
David Mendonca
Experience Levels
Contract Type
Full Time

Group Reporting Manager

An incredibly successful PE backed business with rapid growth has created a new opportunity for a Group Reporting Manager.

This high-growth business is just over 5 years old and has already grown to annual revenues of c£400m. With plans to IPO in the next few years there is a real opportunity to get a variety of experience as the business continues to grow rapidly and then prepares itself for a sale.

This new role will support the business during this time of growth and development and help build a solid management reporting function fit for a leading multinational business.

This newly created varied position covers both financial and management reporting with P&L responsibilities and exposure to senior stakeholders across the business. This is a great role for someone with strong post qualified experience in practice, who is looking to move into industry into a senior high-profile role under the Group FC.

Key Responsibilities:

Management Reporting

  • Review of consolidated Group financial information, ensuring accuracy and consistency, throughout the monthly reporting cycle
  • Preparation of timely results analysis and covenant reporting to stakeholders, including Group board, investors and lenders
  • Review of monthly P&L, Balance Sheet, Cashflow Statement for Head Office entities for Group consolidation
  • Support further reporting enhancement projects as required
  • Open communication between Head Office and local finance teams to ensure smooth month end and annual reporting and timely resolution of issues

Financial Reporting

  • Preparation of annual Group consolidated accounts in accordance with IFRS, including notes to the accounts and supporting files
  • Key point of contact for liaison with external audit team to ensure issues are resolved on a timely basis and year end reporting deadlines are achieved
  • Support implementation of new financial reporting standards, including IFRS 15 and IFRS 16
  • Ownership of completion of UK subsidiary statutory accounts prepared in accordance with FRS 101

Internal Controls

  • Support initiatives to ensure adequate financial controls are in place across the Group to protect assets
  • Oversee implementation of consistent balance sheet review and reconciliation processes and procedures across the Group
  • Support roll out of new Group policies as required

Experience required to be successful in this role:

  • Qualified ACA with post qualified experience
  • Advanced Excel and strong stakeholder management
  • Strong knowledge of financial and management reporting including IFRS