Corporate Finance Manager

Recruiter
Morgan McKinley
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
£80k - £85k pa
Posted
04 Oct 2017
Closes
05 Nov 2017
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
My client a leading aviation company is looking to hire a Senior Finance Manager for a fixed term contract.

The role will report in to the Head of Finance and manage a small, experienced team. The role will deputise for the Head of Finance and lead their own portfolio of work as well as supporting the team.

The role is responsible for but not limited to:

* Responsible for managing the analysis and monitoring of the finances and relationships of a portfolio of clients.
* Responsible for managing a small team including appraisals.
* Responsible for financial assessment and review of multi-billion clients and dealing with any projects or complex clients.
* Provide decision support to business cases including risk and financial modelling.
* Responsible for client negotiation, including provision of financial information required to support the wider business in these negotiations.
* Responsible for any process improvements and ad hoc work

The desired candidate will be available on little or no notice and be available for a period up to 12 months. Other required skills and experience include:

* Hold an accountancy qualification - ACA, ACCA, MBA, CFA, or equivalent, or have equivalent and relevant experience.
* Excellent Excel/financial modelling skills, including being able to build models from inception.
* Ideally have knowledge and experience in accounting; corporate finance (including leveraged loans and equity financing); debt restructuring; credit analysis; and strategic analysis.
* Have team management experience.
* Have strong communication skills including proven background dealing with internal and external stakeholders.

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.