A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Financial Controller to join our Finance team at our Leeds Head Office. Redmayne Bentley LLP is one of the UK's largest independent stockbroking and investment management firms, and our mission is to provide excellent personal investment services that enhance clients' wealth.
Our values of Excellence, Integrity, Respect, Responsibility and Teamwork are at the heart of all we do. If these values and behaviours resonate with you and you would like the opportunity to work for an award-winning firm, then we would love to hear from you.
What you will be doing
Reporting to the Director of Finance you will oversee the Finance, Payroll and Reconciliation functions, providing support and guidance to ensure the effective and efficient running of the teams along with monitoring the completion of tasks, which range from producing monthly and annual accounts to regulatory stock and bank reconciliations. As part of the role, you will be required to own, monitor and report on department level risks.
You will be responsible for liaising with external stakeholders, including auditors and multiple banking relationships. In addition to this, your diverse role will see you taking responsibility for enhancing the Firm's financial management information and forecasting capabilities.
Your networking skills will help you understand and progress your teams place in the business, working with other departments to improve the quality and accuracy of financial information.
What you will bring to the Team
You will be educated to degree level and hold a relevant accounting qualification (e.g. CIMA, ACCA, ACA). You will have the ability to manage people, including whilst working remotely, and be an experienced leader with high attention to detail along with being able to problem solve, think critically and manage workloads under pressure.
Experience of working in financial services or in a regulated environment is desirable, as is a good understand of the accounting package Sage 200.
In return, we offer a competitive reward packaged including 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (increasing with service), a discretionary bonus scheme, contributory pension, private medical care, and travel loans.